Dolph Lundgren and his fiancé Emma Crokdal looked relaxed as they stepped out for a dinner date at Catch Steak on Friday.
The Swedish born actor, 64, who was spotted enjoying a quiet stroll in Los Angeles recently, took his gorgeous fiancé on a romantic dinner date.
This outing comes after Dolph revealed he has been battling lung cancer for eight years and speculated whether his past use of steroids for bodybuilding is to blame.
While the actor cut a dapper figure in a velvet maroon blazer and a white shirt, he styled his look with black jeans and sneakers.
The Rocky IV star appeared in good spirits as he flashed a smile and looked loved-up with his partner Emma.
Relaxed: Dolph Lundgren and his fiancé Emma Crokdal looked relaxed after they stepped out on a dinner date at Catch Steak on Friday
Dinner date for two? The 65-year old Swedish born actor, who was spotted enjoying a quiet stroll in Los Angeles recently, took his gorgeous fiancé on a romantic dinner date.
Emma, 25, looked effortlessly stylish in a checked wrap-around shirt and black jeans.
The personal trainer stepped out in black hiker boots and threw on a black handbag on her shoulder to complete the look.
The Norwegian beauty’s shoulder length blonde hair was brushed away from her face.
She showed off her stunning features with lashings of mascara and a touch of orange lipstick.
Dolph recently opened up about his health on In Depth with Graham Besinger and revealed he was first diagnosed with lung cancer in 2015.
The actor said he went into remission but then the cancer returned in 2020, and was told he had two or three years left to live by one doctor.
He then went for a second opinion and the treatment he is now being administered has resulted in the tumours shrinking.
He said: ‘In 2020, I was back in Sweden and I had some kind of acid reflux, I didn’t know what it was so I did an MRI.
Opening up: Dolph recently opened up about his battle on ‘In Depth with Graham Besinger’ and revealed he was first diagnosed with lung cancer in 2015
Classic: Emma stepped out in some black hiker boots and threw on a black handbag on her shoulder
‘They found that there were a few more tumors around that area.’
He continued: ‘They found one more tumor in the liver, so I was like aw s**** okay.
‘At that point it started to hit me that this was something serious. The surgeon called me and said it had grown, it was too big, it had grown to the size of a small lemon.
‘I asked them how long do I have left, I think he said 2-3 years but I could tell in his voice he thought it was less. I thought that was it for sure.’
He also revealed how the use of steroids had an impact on his body.
He went on: ‘I tried steroids back in the 80s, 90s. I don’t know if that is something to do with the cancer, of course it struck me as it could have something to do with it.
‘I thought about it, you always think you’ve made a mistake. I think maybe there is some connection between testosterone therapy and cancer.
‘I was on steroids when I was younger, on and off for maybe ten years. Depending on the kind of movie I made.’
Confession: Dolph revealed how the use of steroids had an impact on his body
Dolph said: ‘I tried steroids back in the 80s, 90s. I don’t know if that is something to do with the cancer, of course it struck me as it could have something to do with it’
Coupling: Emma and Dolph attended the Cana Dorada Film & Music Festival (Pictured January 2020)
His fiancé Emma Krokdal told Bensinger: ‘His mouth got really sore, his hands got sore and he couldn’t eat anything.
‘That was a struggle, he was losing weight. We realized it was a lot worse than we thought, they started talking about tumors in the lung, stomach, spine, outside the kidneys.’
Following a change in treatment, Dolph said within three months his tumors had been shrinking between twenty and thirty per cent.
He continued: ‘You just appreciate being lucky enough to be alive, and you appreciate every moment there is.’