He was playing with them from the stage for a second and it was like, 'No, no, no. "He thought he was being heckled.He realized there was an issue, and he came over". Someone was having a crisis.
He then stayed with the woman until the ambulance arrived, at which point paramedics were able to take her to the hospital, and the doctor-turned-comedian was able to resume his show.
Ken Jeong stars in "Dr. Ken", a comedy on ABC for fall. "Holmberg added. "[Jeong] is gracious and grateful.AND flipping amusing!" 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 past year.
TMZ reported that Jeong, who obtained his medical degree in the 1990s, cleared the area and provided medical assistance with the help of an emergency medical technician in the crowd until paramedics arrived.
Jeong is about 48 years old and his action was admirable, says Heather Holmberg, a Phoenix resident who was in the audience.