Update: After a day of fans all over the globe sending good wishes to Bob Odenkirk after his breakup on set of Better call Saul, we finally have an update. According to TMZ, the actor is now awake inside an Albuquerque hospital after a “heart-related event“that left him unconscious for much of the day. It seemed like things were pretty serious for a while when TMZ says that”it was touch-and-go the last day,“but luckily Odenkirk seems to be out of the woods. A representative of Bob Odenkirk told TMZ,”Bob and his family would like to express gratitude to the incredible doctors and nurses who care for him, as well as his cast, crew and producers who have stayed by his side. Odenkirks would also like to thank everyone for pouring out successful wishes and asking for their privacy at this time as Bob is working to recover.“We here at JoBlo are happy to hear that Odenkirk will be okay and wish him good luck during his recovery!
We send our thoughts and congratulations to Bob Odenkirk this morning after the news broke that the actor was rushed to hospital after collapsing on stage for his show Better call Saul.
According to TMZ, previous reports showed that Odenkirk collapsed during filming in LA, but their sources close to the show say it actually happened during filming in New Mexico. Odenkirk and the cast are shooting Tuesday when he suddenly collapsed. The actor was quickly surrounded by crew members who immediately called an ambulance.
More details about his condition are still unclear at the time of writing. It was not determined if the 58-year-old actor was conscious when he was transported to the hospital, but we know he is still there under medical treatment. Hopefully this is not something serious and he jumps back before we know it and we will definitely update you all on this story as more details about his condition emerge.
Odenkirk became known to most of us when he started playing lawyer Saul Goodman Breaking Bad. The character was popular enough to get his own spin-off, Better call Saul, who is currently shooting his 6th and final season. Better call Saul has so far received 40 Primetime Emmy nominations and won two awards for the staff training in short-form video. Other accolades include four PGA nominations, 1 DGA nomination, 15 WGA nominations (and 2 wins) and a Peabody Award. Bob Odenkirk also became a bit of an unconventional action star this year with the release of NONE, which received solid reviews and has a sequel in the works.
Get well soon Bob Odenkirk, and here it’s quick to recover. If you need to take it easy, do it too. First and foremost, your fans want the best for you.
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