‘Better Call Saul’ Actor Bob Odenkirk Recalls Frightening Near-Death Experience

‘Better Call Saul’ actor Bob Odenkirk offered insight into his fears as he spoke about the heart attack last year that left him “minutes away” from death.

Odekirk, the star of the hit legal drama and ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff, collapsed and suffered what he called a “minor heart attack” while filming his show’s final season in New York. Mexico in July 2021.

“I guess I said, ‘I’m not feeling very well,'” Odenkirk said.

The actor described fellow ‘Better Call Saul’ actors Patrick Fabian and Rhea Seehorn grabbing him and “screaming” for him to stay alive.

“I wasn’t breathing. I mean, if nobody had been there, if they hadn’t done that CPR, I would have been dead within minutes,” Odenkirk told the magazine.

“Better Call Saul,” which is nominated for Outstanding Drama Series at next month’s Emmy Awards, will come to an end on Monday when it concludes its sixth and final season.

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