Jeong played a doctor on ABC's "Dr. Ken".
Ken was doing a comedy set at Stand Up Live Saturday night in Phoenix, where a lady began seizing in the third row toward the beginning of the show.
Jeong's representative, Michelle Margolis, declined to make additional comments beyond saying the TMZ story was "accurate".
Jeong had already brought up his past as a medical professional in his act, Holmberg said, and audience members urged him to help. It was such flawless timing: "Ken just jumped from the stage to help", another audience member, Heather Holmberg, told USA Today of the incident. At first the "Hangover" star, who was performing live at the time, thought he was being heckled but quickly realized the situation was far more serious than that.
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He couldn't see until the audience made clear that someone needed help. He thought he was being heckled. Jeong returned to the stage after the incident to say he checked her vitals and reassured the crowd. Someone was having a crisis. Both Jeong and the emergency medical technician stayed with the woman until paramedics arrived at the scene and took her away in an ambulance. He graduated from Duke University in 1990 and obtained his M.D.at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine in 1995.
The woman was taken to the hospital and Jeong finished his set.