A Néma Bobot alakító színész életveszélyes állapotban került kórházba

Kevin Smith, akit a legtöbben csak Néma Bobként ismernek,
szívrohammal került kórházba. A Shop-Stop, a Show-Show, a
Képtelen képregény, a Dogma, a Jay és Néma Bob visszavág
rendezője életveszélyes állapotban volt, elmondása
szerint csodával határos módon maradt életben. A filmes
szakember így fogalmazott: “Az orvos, aki megmentette az életem
azt mondta, hogy teljesen el volt záródva az artériám. Ha nem
mondtam volna le a következő két stand-up előadásomat, már nem

I was trying to do a killer standup special this
evening but I might’ve gone too far. After the first show,
I felt kinda nauseous. I threw up a little but it didn’t
seem to help. Then I started sweating buckets and my chest
felt heavy. Turns out I had a massive heart attack. The
Doctor who saved my life at the #glendale hospital told me
I had 100% blockage of my LAD artery (also known as “the
Widow-Maker” because when it goes, you’re a goner). If I
hadn’t canceled the second show to go to the hospital, the
Doc said I would’ve died tonight. For now, I’m still above
ground! But this is what I learned about myself during this
crisis: death was always the thing I was most terrified of
in life. When the time came, I never imagined I’d ever be
able to die with dignity – I assumed I’d die screaming,
like my Dad (who lost his life to a massive heart attack).
But even as they cut into my groin to slip a stent into the
lethal Widow-Maker, I was filled with a sense of calm. I’ve
had a great life: loved by parents who raised me to become
the individual I am. I’ve had a weird, wonderful career in
all sorts of media, amazing friends, the best wife in the
world and an incredible daughter who made me a Dad. But as
I stared into the infinite, I realized I was relatively
content. Yes, I’d miss life as it moved on without me – and
I was bummed we weren’t gonna get to make
#jayandsilentbobreboot before I shuffled loose the mortal
coil. But generally speaking, I was okay with the end, if
this was gonna be it. I’ve gotten to do so many cool things
and I’ve had so many adventures – how could I be shitty
about finally paying the tab. But the good folks at the
Glendale hospital had other plans and the expertise to mend
me. Total strangers saved my life tonight (as well as my
friends @jordanmonsanto & @iamemilydawn, who called the
ambulance). This is all a part of my mythology now and I’m
sure I’ll be facing some lifestyle changes (maybe it’s time
to go Vegan). But the point of this post is to tell you
that I faced my greatest fear tonight… and it wasn’t as bad
as I’ve always imagined it’d be. I don’t want my life to
end but if it ends, I can’t complain. It was such a gift.

A post shared by Kevin Smith (@thatkevinsmith) on Feb 26, 2018
at 1:41am PST

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