Luke Perry Has Been Hospitalized After a Massive Stroke

'Riverdale' Stars Send Their Love And Support To Luke Perry

'Riverdale' Stars Send Their Love And Support To Luke Perry

LUKE Perry's co-stars have sent their well wishes to the star after he was hospitalised following a stroke. He added, "Yeah, I've been doing something else and that's been fun, but I'd love to do scenes with Shannen (Doherty) again".

"My friend. Holding you tight and giving you my strength".

TMZ reported Thursday afternoon that Perry was put in a "medically induced coma", but a rep later said Perry was sedated and not in a coma.

"Thinking of you, Luke".

It's still unclear what Perry's condition is, but he is still under observation at the hospital.

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Perry now stars as Fred Andrews on The CW's Riverdale and is best known for portraying Dylan McKay on Fox's Beverly Hills, 90210. "And praying for your safe recovery", Lili Reinhart, who portrays Betty Cooper on Riverdale, said alongside a selfie with Perry.

Perry's co-stars expressed their request for prayers on their official Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Luke Perry's Riverdale costars are sending him love amid his scary medical crisis. Luke Perry was also hospitalized the same day that Fox television announced it was reviving Beverly Hills, 90210 with numerous original cast, including Jason Priestley, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green, Jennie Garth, and Tori Spelling.

The broadcaster has ordered six episodes of the series, which are set to air this summer.

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