Ken Jeong stops Phoenix show to rescue fan

Ken Jeong stops Phoenix show to rescue fan

Ken Jeong stops Phoenix show to rescue fan

It was such ideal timing: "Ken just jumped from the stage to help", audience member Heather Holmberg said in an interview with USA Today.

After that, Jeong reportedly stepped right back up on stage and continued his set and got the room laughing again.

His representative, Michelle Margolis, declined to make additional comments beyond saying the TMZ story was "accurate". Someone was having a crisis. He was assisted by a member of the audience who is an emergency medical technical, Holmberg tweeted. Jeong stayed with the woman until she recovered and was taken away by ambulance.

Heather Holmberg, who was in the audience at the time, took to Twitter to share her first-hand experience.

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Ken Jeong stars in "Dr. Ken", a comedy on ABC for fall. "Great night! He is gracious and grateful". Jeong appeared to think he was being heckled initially when the commotion started, then quickly responded when audience members let him know what was going on. He leveraged his medical experience in a short performance in the film "Knocked Up" and in his own sitcom "Dr. Ken", which was canceled after two seasons a year ago.

Jeong is best known for his comedy roles in shows like "Community" and "The Hangover" film series, but his education includes pre-med at Duke University and medical school at UNC Chapel Hill.

Jeong does not practice medicine anymore but is still licensed in California, though his certification expires in July, according to state records.

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