Ken Jeong Helps Woman Who Suffered Seizure ... During His Stand-Up Set

Ken Jeong Helps Woman Who Suffered Seizure ... During His Stand-Up Set

Ken Jeong Helps Woman Who Suffered Seizure ... During His Stand-Up Set

Jeong was on stage at the Stand Up Live Comediy Club in Phoenix on Saturday night when the trained physician and former star of ABC's "Dr. Ken" jumped from the stage to help a woman in the third row who needed medical aid. "It was such ideal timing: Ken just jumped from the stage to help", Heather Holmberg said. He was playing with them from the stage for a second and it was like, 'No, no, no.

An audience member told USA Today that initially, the comedian thought he was being heckled. An audience member who happened to be an EMT reportedly also stayed with the woman until things were under control. Someone was having a crisis.

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The actor's representative, Michelle Margolis, confirmed reports that the 48-year-old Jeong and an emergency medical technician in the audience helped the woman until paramedics arrived.

Heather Holmberg, who was in the audience at the time, took to Twitter to share her first-hand experience. "Holmberg added. "[Jeong] is gracious and grateful.AND flipping amusing!"

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Paging "Dr. Ken" never sounded more serious.

Following the incident, Jeong returned to the stage where he was greeted with a round of applause before he then finished his set.

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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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