Mark Sheppard of Supernatural fame is now out of the hospital in Los Angeles after he suffered six heart attacks. Sheppard, 59, happened to be seen leaving the hospital with a smile on his face, TMZ reports.
When leaving the hospital, photos seemed to indicate that Sheppard still might have post-op drains connected to his body. Sheppard did claim that he suffered a number of “massive heart attacks” after collapsing in his kitchen at home on Friday. Reportedly, it took EMTs four times before they brought him back to life.
Having those drains still connected simply shows that more healing is needed for Sheppard. Yet he is good enough to head back home. Also, Sheppard reportedly had a total blockage located in his left anterior descending artery.
Sheppard did credit his wife and those workers at St. Joseph’s Hospital to help him survive his ordeal. While in the hospital, Sheppard posted the following to his Instagram account.
Mark Sheppard Receives Messages Of Support
After posting this, Sheppard received some good wishes from his fellow actors and fans. Misha Collins wrote, “Mark! You don’t need to do the most and biggest every time! 6 heart attacks? 2 or 3 would have been impressive enough. You’ve impressed us, okay? Now stop with this heal-up and get back on the road with us. Love you, pal.”
Actress Kim Rhodes wrote, “Mark. Just…. Mark. For you, I would have gone full Orpheus because no. You may NOT, sir. Thank you for staying”. John Barrowman wrote, “Mark, WTF…if there is anything you need or I can do just let me know. I am just a small journey away. Please do all they tell you to make yourself heal and get well. You are a lovely soul and a lovely man. I am sending you lots of love… Jb”. Sebastian Roche said, “Mate!!!! Get well soon, love you, my friend”.
Sheppard played the demon/King of Hell on Supernatural. He also has a recurring role as Romo Lumpkin on Battlestar Galactica. Previous TV work includes appearances on 24 and Medium. Sheppard’s film work includes In The Name of the Father, Lover’s Knot, Unstoppable, and Megalodon.
Besides acting, Sheppard also is a musician and has played with some bands in his lifetime.
He has been married to his wife Sarah since 2015. Sheppard will now take some much-needed time to heal at home. Obviously, he has a lot of friends and fans pulling for him to continue to heal and get better. Fans of his work will continue to stay abreast of his health, too.
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