Comedian Ken Jeong Stops Stand-Up Show To Help Audience Member Having Seizure

Comedian Ken Jeong Stops Stand-Up Show To Help Audience Member Having Seizure

Comedian Ken Jeong Stops Stand-Up Show To Help Audience Member Having Seizure

During a performance at Stand Up Live, Jeong thought he was being heckled by a woman in the crowd who was actually having a seizure. "It was such ideal timing: Ken just jumped from the stage to help", Heather Holmberg said.

TMZ was the first to report the incident Sunday, saying Jeong cleared the area and attended to the fan until paramedics arrived.

As he helped the woman, he received assistance from a member of the audience who happens to be an EMT. Ken thinks its heckling, when people are asking for his help. "He jumps off stage to assist.Dr. Ken to the rescue!" tweeted Holmberg, referencing the series "Dr. Ken" Jeong starred in from 2015-17. Someone was having a crisis. They waited with the woman until ambulances arrived and she gained consciousness, where she was rushed to the hospital. "Great night! He is gracious and grateful.AND flipping amusing!"

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Jeong was the lead in the ABC sitcom "Dr. Ken", in which he was also the creator, writer and executive producer.

Jeong earned his undergraduate degree at Duke University before receiving a medical degree at the University of North Carolina. We're told he quickly addressed the situation, saying he was happy to be able to help. and got a round of applause.

Jeong began his career as a medical doctor, and is now licensed as a physician and surgeon in California.

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