Jamie Foxx had to be revived during health scare, doctors say he is lucky to be alive

Actor Jamie Foxx was actually unresponsive for a few moments before he had to be resucitated, we nearly lost the ‘Django Unchained‘ star. A new report from Radar Online confirms this information after they spoke to an insider who is close to the actor. In shocking details about what happened, Jamie Foxx was revealed to have high blood pressure. The stress he felt during the days prior to the incident were a direct influence in his problem. Given how complicated the production of his Netflix film became in the UK, Foxx eventually succumbed to this pressure and his brain simply couldn’t take it anymore. Doctors actually feel Foxx is lucky to be alive.

Here’s what the insider said to Radar Online: “Jamie suffered a serious medical episode and needed immediate attention. It was touch and go for days with him, and he had to be revived – he is very lucky to be alive! He’s very lucky he got the treatment he did. Jamie suffers from high blood pressure, which doctors say can cause clots in the brain leading to a stroke. Doctors believe this was a long time coming, and really, if they hadn’t acted fast, Jamie might well have been a goner. Jamie has absolutely been troubled throughout the shoot. He wasn’t fun to be around – especially for Cameron. But now there seems to have been a good reason for it.”

How is Jamie Foxx feeling now?

According to this insider, the actor is currently responsive to everything and he is wide awake. Over the weekend, he still spent time in the hospital but he is expected to go through a full recovery. No statements from the actor have been reported yet but he is currently recovering and his health is steadily improving as well. While he still recovers, the ‘Back in Action’ Netflix film remains in production as they used a Jamie Foxxbody double for the remaining scenes. This movie should be the least of the actor’s worries right now, all that matters is his full recovery and staying alive for as many more years asa possible.