Ken Jeong stops Phoenix show to rescue fan

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It was such flawless timing: "Ken just jumped from the stage to help", says Holmberg, noting that the woman appeared to be having a seizure.

Jeong, who before making it big in comedy was a real-life medical doctor, probably didn't expect to have to use those skills at a show he was performing in Phoenix, Arizona.

An audience member told USA Today that initially, the comedian thought he was being heckled.

According to Holmberg, the audience member was having some kind of seizure.

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"He couldn't see what was going on with the lights". "He jumps off stage to assist.Dr. Ken to the rescue!" tweeted Holmberg, referencing the series "Dr. Ken" Jeong starred in from 2015-17. "We need you!' He realised there was an issue, and he came over". He was playing with them from the stage for a second and it was like, 'No, no, no. No word on the woman who suffered the medical emergency, but witnesses say she had been helped to her feet by the time paramedics arrived.

The show went on after the woman was taken to the hospital, and Jeong finished his comedy routine.

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. "He's a very amusing man but you were able to see a side of him that's very compassionate".

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