Hello all! 

Vashti is currently here in sunny Los Angeles, California, to view the rough final edit of the documentary we are all waiting for - Our Champion’s story through his diagnosis of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma entitled “Be Here Now”.

Here is a short video of Vashti, sharing how she is feeling about this particular moment in time and of Andy’s legacy, as she is going to view the film for the first time since actually living it with him back in 2010 - 2011.

Enjoy, and if you’d like to express your sentiments remember you can post on maybemcqueen.com and to Vashti via Twitter.

Gratitude.

BHN

Exclusive: Andy Whitfield Remembered by Co-Star in Moving PSA


via Entertainment Tonight Online:


Lucy Lawless is remembering her Spartacus: Blood and Sand co-star Andy Whitfield in this moving tribute created for the Stand Up 2 Cancer telethon.

Whitfield lost his battle with Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma on September 11th, 2011, but is clearly fondly remembered by both the cast and crew of the hit STARZ series.

You can watch Stand Up 2 Cancer Friday, September 7th at 8 p.m. ET/PT on both STARZ and ENCORE.

"No one is immune to cancer. It strikes unexpectedly, changing lives. We must stand united against this often devastating disease - a lesson the cast and crew of Spartacus learned, when we lost a dearly-loved friend far too early in his life. 

Andy Whitfield was a true champion, an amazing man and he gave his all to every aspect of his life, and it was an honor to know him.

Stand with me, and take a moment to remember Andy Whitfield, loving husband and father, terrific actor, and an inspiration to us all.”

- Lucy Lawless


Be Here Now

The Message
“I mean I was exhausted by the end of the first season, but I’m pretty sure anyone would have been. It’s one of the most extreme things I’ve ever gone through. And uh, there was a lot of pain at the end of that - wasn’t sure what it was, and it wasn’t going away, and ended up being diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.”
- Andy Whitfield

I mean I was exhausted by the end of the first season, but I’m pretty sure anyone would have been. It’s one of the most extreme things I’ve ever gone through. And uh, there was a lot of pain at the end of that - wasn’t sure what it was, and it wasn’t going away, and ended up being diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

- Andy Whitfield

A true warrior.
photo courtesy of Vashti Whitfield

A true warrior.

photo courtesy of Vashti Whitfield

Hello guys,
Just wanted to let you know that Andy’s wonderful wife, Vashti, is online.
Here is the link to her lovely and insightful blog, Maybe McQueen:
http://www.maybemcqueen.com/
Here is the link to her on Twitter:
http://www.twitter.com/maybemcqueen
her FB page you can subscribe to:
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003238669243
you can also “like” this page:
https://www.facebook.com/Maybemcqueen
and lastly, the link to her Pinterest:
http://pinterest.com/maybemcqueen
Please follow her and give her all the love and support you can, if you will.
She is truly a strong and inspirational woman, and also a huge part of our Andy, so I should also say please be respectful and tactful in what you say to her, or else I’ll come for your heads ;p

Hello guys,

Just wanted to let you know that Andy’s wonderful wife, Vashti, is online.

Here is the link to her lovely and insightful blog, Maybe McQueen:

http://www.maybemcqueen.com/

Here is the link to her on Twitter:

http://www.twitter.com/maybemcqueen

her FB page you can subscribe to:

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003238669243

you can also “like” this page:

https://www.facebook.com/Maybemcqueen

and lastly, the link to her Pinterest:

http://pinterest.com/maybemcqueen

Please follow her and give her all the love and support you can, if you will.

She is truly a strong and inspirational woman, and also a huge part of our Andy, so I should also say please be respectful and tactful in what you say to her, or else I’ll come for your heads ;p