She told USA Today, "It was such ideal timing: Ken just jumped from the stage to help".
The former star of "Dr. Ken", Ken Jeong, proved that he's the real deal when a woman needed medical attention during one of his live comedy shows over the weekend and the star had to leap off the stage to lend his expert hand, Fox News reports.
An audience member told USA Today that initially, the comedian thought he was being heckled.
Physician, Standup Comedian Ken Jeong did appreciable job in the show. He was assisted by a member of the audience who is an emergency medical technical, Holmberg tweeted.
After the paramedics took the woman to the hospital, Jeong finished up his set.
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"He couldn't see what was going on with the lights". 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. "He realized there was an issue, and he came over".
Jeong was the lead in the ABC sitcom "Dr. Ken", in which he was also the creator, writer and executive producer.
After that, Jeong reportedly stepped right back up on stage and continued his set and got the room laughing again.
Jeong earned his undergraduate degree at Duke University before receiving a medical degree at the University of North Carolina. "He's a very amusing man but you were able to see a side of him that's very compassionate".