Bob Odenkirk rushed to hospital after 'collapsing on set' of Better Call Saul at Sony lot in LA

BOB Odenkirk was rushed to the hospital after “collapsing on set” of Better Call Saul.

The 58-year-old actor is reportedly still receiving medical care following the incident, which took place at the Sony lot in Los Angeles.

Production sources told TMZ that the cast and crew were shooting on the Sony Lot in Culver City on Tuesday when Bob collapsed.

Quickly after Bob went down, he was surrounded by crew members who called an ambulance to get the star help.

Additionally, law enforcement told the outlet they received a call to the studio lot at 11:34 AM for a medical emergency.

It's not clear if Bob was conscious when he was transported to the hospital, though a source close to the actor told TMZ he is still in the hospital under the care of doctors.

The actor is best known for playing attorney Saul Goodman on Breaking Bad, which aired on AMC from 2008-2013.

Bob went on to receive his own spinoff with Better Call Saul, which premiered on the network in 2015.

The popular series is currently shooting its sixth and final season.

According to TMZ, there have been no updates on if Bob’s medical situation will delay the show’s production schedule.

In addition to his role on the AMC shows, Bob starred in and co-created the HBO sketch comedy series Mr. Show with Bob and David.

He has also acted in the high profile films Nebraska, Fargo, The Post, Incredibles 2, Little Women and Nobody.


Shortly after news broke of Bob's hospitalization, fans rushed to Twitter to wish the actor well.

One fan wrote: "hope Bob Odenkirk will be ok."

Another added: "Lord send Your angels to Bob Odenkirk! Keep our Saul Goodman safe!!"

A third chimed in: "My thoughts and prayers with Bob Odenkirk after hearing he collapsed on set."

The positive thoughts continued as another fan wrote: “I'm gonna need Bob Odenkirk to be okay.”

Another commented: "Bob Odenkirk wishing you a speedy recovery and sending blessings to you."

A following fan tweeted: "Bob Odenkirk BETTER be ok. Jesus."

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