On Tuesday, US actor Bob Odenkirk was transported to the hospital after collapsing on set in New Mexico.
According to various sources, the 58-year-old, Bob Odenkirk was on set shooting a scene when he became ill and was treated by crew members right away. He was transported by Emergency services to a Los Angeles-area hospital, where he is now undergoing treatment and the cause of the collapse has not been disclosed.
Bob Odenkirk is currently working on the sixth and last season of “Better Call Saul,” a spin-off of the phenomenally successful series “Breaking Bad,”.
The series follows the development of Odenkirk’s character from Jimmy McGill, a struggling lawyer, to Saul Goodman, the figure he played in Breaking Bad. Better Call Saul earned Odenkirk four Emmy nominations after it premiered in 2015, following the finale of Breaking Bad in 2013.He previously worked as a comedy writer for Saturday Night Live and The Ben Stiller Show, where he also played a number of roles.
“Better Call Saul’s” 13-episode final season is set to broadcast in early 2022.
Odenkirk recently starred in the action film ‘Nobody’ which received mostly positive critical reviews and debuted at the top of the box office charts. Bob Odenkirk discussed becoming a true action star for the role in an interview with Variety about the film.
“I was at the wonderful 87eleven gym, surrounded by the top stunt actors in the world training, including people like Keanu Reeves and Jason Statham and Halle Berry,” Odenkirk said. “I’m a comedy writer, who is gradually sufferingly making my way into this discipline. I was just feeling embarrassed at how bad I was when these pros are 25 feet away.”
Other films in which he has appeared include Little Women, Nebraska, and The Post.
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