The venerable actor underwent a tracheotomy which has completely altered his voice and can sometimes make communicating difficult.
But Kilmer’s not letting it stop him.
“I’m doing great, I feel a lot better than I sound,” he said during the interview.
She told “GMA” her role “was so trippy and perfect.”
“I’m so proud to have been in this film and to have worked on this film like not just because my dad is my actual dad, but because I know you don’t really lead with this but you do have now a disability with your voice, and it really meant a lot to me to be able to be involved in this film that centers a disabled actor, or an actor with a disability,” she said.
In April he released a memoir, titled “I’m Your Huckleberry” — a famous line of his from the 1993 film “Tombstone” — which traces his career, including memorable roles playing legendary singer Jim Morrison in the big screen biopic about The Doors frontman.