"The timing was very flawless, Ken just jumped from the stage to help", says Holmberg, noting that the woman appeared to be having a seizure.
The comedian's publicist Michelle Margolis confirmed Jeong's aid at the club, as first reported by TMZ. "He thought he was being heckled.He realized there was an issue, and he came over". He was assisted by a member of the audience who is an emergency medical technical, Holmberg tweeted. "It was a moment where time stands still.There was a hush over the room", she told USAToday.
Jeong often plays a doctor on TV and was able to use his real-life medical training to help the woman. Someone was having a crisis. Jeong stayed with the woman until she recovered and was taken away by ambulance. "Holmberg added. "[Jeong] is gracious and grateful.AND flipping amusing!"More news: If Nuclear Deal is Nixed Iran Could Resume Its Nuclear Program - Envoy
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Jeong was the lead in the ABC sitcom "Dr. Ken", in which he was also the creator, writer and executive producer.
Jeong received his medical degree in 1995 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, though he soon began moonlighting as a comic. Jeong appeared to think he was being heckled initially when the commotion started, then quickly responded when audience members let him know what was going on.
Although he no longer practices, he's a licensed physician in the state of California.