After falling in the middle of a Better Call Saul recording, Bob Odenkirk's first words


After falling in the middle of a Better Call Saul recording, Bob Odenkirk's first words: I had a slight heart attack, but I'll be fine.

The 58-year-old actor is recovering from a heart attack during the shooting of the series, so he will take a break before resuming filming.

Actor Bob Odenkirk, who broke down during the recording of Better Call Saul, wrote on Friday his first words explaining what happened and reassuring his fans that he is OK.

I had a mild heart attack. But I would like to thank Rosa Estrada and the doctors who knew how to fix the obstruction without surgery, the Breaking Bad actor wrote on his Twitter account.

The 58-year-old Better Call Saul Star fainted during the shooting of the series in New Mexico on Tuesday and was immediately assisted by the television production crew. So far, neither his health nor the cause of his fainting was known.

Hello. I'm Bob. Thanks to my family and friends who stayed with me this week. And for the flow of love from everyone who cared for me. That's great. But I feel love, and that means a lot, he wrote in the first message.

And in another, he added: I had a minor heart attack. But I'll be fine, thanks to Rosa Estrada and the doctors who knew how to fix a blockage without surgery. In addition, the support and assistance of AMC and SONY have been at an advanced level throughout this process. It will take me a while to recover, but I'll be back soon. "

Odenkirk became famous for his role as lawyer Saul Goodman in the popular series "Breaking Bad" (2008-2013).

The success of his role led to his spinoff series, entitled "Better Call Saul," which further boosted Odenkirk's career. "Better Call Saul" premiered in 2015, and he will say goodbye to his sixth season, which he is now shooting.

Odin Kirk released the violent and crude action thriller "None" (2021) in cinemas this year.

In recent weeks, social media has been full of good wishes for Odenkirk. For example, actor Brian Cranston on Wednesday expressed concern about the health of his "friend."

Today, I woke up with news that had been bothering me all morning. Cranston wrote on his Instagram account that my friend Bob Odenkirk died yesterday on 'Better Call Saul.'

Please take some time out of your day to think about it and send her positive thoughts and prayers, the "Breaking Bad" star asked. Aaron Paul, who was also Odenkirk's partner in "Breaking Bed," sent a message of love to the actor. I love you, my friend, "Paul wrote in a post on Instagram with a photo of Odenkirk.