Riverdale actor Luke Perry has been brought to the hospital in Los Angeles after he suffered from a massive stroke. The news was broken by his representative on Thursday. The 52-year-old actor was admitted to LA hospital after suffering the stroke at his Sherman Oaks home on Wednesday morning. His current condition is unknown, but according to his representative, he has been sedated as part of his treatment.
Riverdale" actor Luke Perry has been hospitalised after suffering a massive stroke, the actor's representative said.
Variety.com was told that Perry, who plays Fred Andrews in "Riverdale" was currently "under observation at the hospital". A call was received by the paramedics for an "unspecified medical request" at about 9.39 a.m. on Wednesday from Perry's residence, a Los Angeles Fire Department spokesperson said.
The news of Perry's hospitalisation comes a day after Fox announced it was rebooting "Beverly Hills, 90210" that will star all the original stars of the show, except for Perry.
The cast of Riverdale including Cole Sprouse, Lili Reinhart, Madchen Amick and others wished him a speedy recovery on social media.