Antonio Banderas reflected on how he changed his life after he had a heart attack in 2017.
The 63-year-old “Journey to Bethlehem” actor revealed in March 2017 he had experienced the health scare two months earlier.
During an interview with Fox News Digital, Banderas explained how having a heart attack gave him a new perspective and impacted his future choices.
“It was a knock at the door for me,” the Academy Award nominee said. “It could have been very bad.
“I mean, if people ask me, ‘So, how is it to have a heart attack?” I don’t know. I can tell you about my own.”
Banderas first announced he had a heart attack, which wasn’t “serious and hasn’t caused any damage,” while speaking at a film festival in his hometown of Málaga, Spain.
However, the “Puss in Boots” star shared that he subsequently underwent heart surgery to have three stents placed in his arteries.
Banderas told Fox News Digital he realized his heart attack could have been much more serious and that,