As we previously reported, ‘Riverdale’ star Luke Perry suffered a massive stroke, then was placed into a “medically induced coma.” According to TMZ, the ‘Riverdale’ star has now died on Monday (March 4) at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Burbank, California. He was 52.
According to TMZ, ‘Riverdale‘ star Luke Perry suffered a massive stroke on Wednesday (Feb. 27th). Paramedic’s responded to the Riverdale star’s Sherman Oaks home around 9:40AM after receiving a emergency phone call about “someone suffering a stroke.” Perry was then transported to a nearby hospital.
Luke Perry is 52-years-old and remains hospitalized, and his current condition is unknown at this time. But according to TMZ, his spokesperson said, “he is currently under observation at the hospital.” Perry is best known for his acting work as Archie’s dad, Fred Andrews, on the hit show Riverdale and Dylan McKay on Beverly Hills, 90210, which just announced its 2019 reboot, although Perry was excluded from the reboot.
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