Luke Perry Of ‘Riverdale’ and ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ Hospitalized After Major Stroke

Luke Perry Of ‘Riverdale’ and ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ Hospitalized After Major Stroke

90210 actor Luke Perry, 52, is rushed to hospital after suffering massive stroke.

Luke Ferry, 52,  who is currently playing the role of Archie Andrews’ dad Fred Andrews on Netflix’s Riverdale  is hospitalized after suffering stroke at his residence in Sherman Oaks.

According to multiple reports, paramedics were called to Perry’s home in Sherman Oaks, California, at about 9.39am yesterday, local time.

A representative for Perry told that, “he is currently under observation at the hospital”. No further details of his condition has been revealed yet. 

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Earlier there were some fake reports that the actor is slipped into coma, however his representative have confirmed that he is “sedated”.

Perry rose to fame for his role in Beverly Hills, 90210, where he played bad boy Dylan McKay in ’90s teen drama.

The news of Luke Perry suffering a stroke comes a day after “Beverly Hills 90210” reboot with original stars was announced. It’s not sure if Luke Perry will return to the show or not as he is into contractual obligations with Netflix’ Riverdale.

Perry’s former co-stars and other Hollywood stars are sending him “recovery” and “prayers” through social media posts

Eventznu sends Luke Perry “Prayers” and “God Speed Recovery”.


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