Los Angeles (Associated Press)-“Better Call Saul” star Bob Odencock He fainted during a New Mexico show on Tuesday and had to be hospitalized.
The crew called an ambulance and took the 58-year-old actor to the hospital, where he Stay on Tuesday night, a close Odenkirk People who are not authorized to speak publicly on the matter told the Associated Press.
It is unclear what caused the crash or how long it lasted Odenkirk May be hospitalized.
“Better Call Saul” is a derivative prequel of “Breaking Bad”. The sixth and final season has been filmed. The season will be broadcast on AMC next year.
Like “Breaking Bad”, the background setting and most of the shooting of “Better Call Saul” were in Albuquerque.
Emails sent to AMC representatives seeking more information or comments did not return immediately.
“Extend deep love to our @mrbobodenkirk,” McKean wrote on Twitter. “You got this, brother.”
OdenkirkTMZ first reported his hospitalization.
Before starring in the role of “Saul” in “Breaking Bad”, Odenkirk The most famous is “Mr. Shows and Bob With David,” the comedy sketch series he co-created with David Cross originally aired on HBO from 1995 to 1998.
He won two Emmy Awards for writing in “Ben Stiller Show” and “Saturday Night Live.”
He also appeared in HBO’s “Larry Sanders Show” and the movies “The Post”, “Little Women” and “Nobody”.
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