Tim Curry made a rare appearance Sunday at a Los Angeles-based Tony Awards Viewing party, where the Rocky Horror Picture Show said he was "doing well," and received an award.
A wheelchair-bound Tim Curry, who suffered a stroke three years ago, was awarded the Actors Fund Lifetime Achievement Award at the glamorous event.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show star, whose speech has been impacted by his health woes, told Los Angeles magazine he's "doing well."
The actor, who played the role of Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the cult classic, said he'd been "looking forward" to collecting the honors at the Skirball Cultural Center.
The 69-year-old was honored by the organization, which helps families of late actors with funeral costs.
Curry, with agent Marcia Hurwitz, said of his involvement: "I've done a few benefits for the Actors Fund and I think it's a marvelous organization -- I hope not to have to use it!"
The resilient Home Alone 2: Lost in New York star said that despite his health woes, it's "part of his DNA" to persevere.
The English actor suffered a stroke in July 2012 at his Los Angeles home in the Hollywood Hills.
Curry has also carved out a legacy for his voice-over work, having lent his talents to productions such as Star Wars: The Clone Wars, The Wild Thornberrys, and Transformers: Rescue Bots.