Bob Odenkirk collapsed on the New Mexico set of “Better Call Saul” and was rushed to a hospital Tuesday, ETOnline has learned. The 58-year-old actor is still under medical care but there is no further update on his condition.
The collapse was first reported by TMZ, then by numerous other outlets.
It wasn’t immediately clear what caused the collapse, or how long Odenkirk might be hospitalized.
“Better Call Saul,” the spin-off prequel to “Breaking Bad,” has been shooting its sixth and final season, which is set to air on AMC next year.
Like “Breaking Bad,” “Better Call Saul” is set and mostly shot in Albuquerque.
Odenkirk has been nominated for four Emmys for playing the title character, a down-on-his-luck lawyer named Jimmy McGill who becomes increasingly corrupt and adopts the pseudonym Saul Goodman.
Michael McKean, Odenkirk’s co-star who played his brother on the show, was among many wishing Odenkirk well on social media.
“Sending huge love to our mrbobodenkirk,” McKean tweeted. “You got this, brother.”
Before the “Saul” role, which he also played on “Breaking Bad,” Odenkirk was best known for “Mr. Show With Bob and David,” the sketch comedy series he co-created with David Cross that originally aired on HBO from 1995 to 1998.
He has won two Emmys, for his writing on “The Ben Stiller Show” and on “Saturday Night Live.”
He has also appeared on HBO’s “The Larry Sanders Show” and in the films “The Post,” “Little Women” and “Nobody.”