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Ian McKellen Taken To Hospital After Fall At The London Performance


Ian McKellen was taken to the hospital after he fell during a performance on Monday evening in London’s West End.

McKellen who is aged 85 fell from the stage during a production of “Player Kings” at the Noël Coward Theatre, according to announcements from spokespeople for McKellen and the play.

McKellen is portraying Sir John Falstaff in the new version of Shakespeare’s “Henry IV,” which started its 12-week run at the theater last two months.

The Doctors and other medical professionals expect McKellen to “make a speedy and full recovery,” after a scan, according to the announcement. It added that McKellen is in “good spirits.”

“Player Kings” will be canceled today to provide McKellen an opportunity to rest, the announcement read.

McKellen was performing a fight scene involving the Prince of Wales and Henry Percy when he miscalculated his steps and fell off the front of the stage. He cried out in pain, and staff members rushed to assist him as the house lights came up. The audience was informed that the rest of the show was canceled and was taken away from the theater.

McKellen has appeared in a lot of Shakespeare adaptations both on screen and onstage throughout his long acting career. He is well best known for his role as Gandalf in the “Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” movies.

His acting credits also include roles in the “X-Men” movies, “Beauty and the Beast,” and “The Da Vinci Code.”

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