Better call Saul: Bob Odenkirk says Rhea Seehorn “yelled at me to stay down” during a heart attack.

Bob Odenkirk remembered how his Better call Saul Co-stars rushed to his side after he suffered a heart attack on set.

In July 2021, the actor collapsed while filming a scene from the film’s final season breaking Bad spin off.

In a new interview, Odenkirk opened up about the incident, which he previously described as his “flirt” with death.

“I got on one knee and then all the way down. I think I said, ‘I don’t feel very good,'” he said radio times.

Odenkirk said he later learned his co-stars Rhea Seehorn (who plays Kim Wexler) and Patrick Fabian (who plays Howard Hamlin) immediately grabbed his head and hand.

“[They] started yelling at me to stay on earth,” he said.

“I wasn’t breathing. I mean, if nobody was there, if they didn’t do that CPR, I would have been dead in a few minutes.”

Odenkirk is currently appearing in the final season of Better call Saulwith the final episode airing next week (16 August).

Last week’s episode focused on the fate of a minor character breaking Badwho had become a fan favorite.

Better call Saul arrives on Netflix in the UK on Tuesdays at 8am.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/bob-odenkirk-heart-attack-better-call-saul-rhea-seehorn-b2141209.html Better call Saul: Bob Odenkirk says Rhea Seehorn “yelled at me to stay down” during a heart attack.

JOE HERNANDEZ

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