Hugh Jackman had cut themselves in public
Famous Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman had a bloodletting during a performance on Broadway. Playing fisherman in the production of "the River", the actor accidentally stabbed himself in the eyes of the astonished audience.
As informed by the foreign media, Hugh was so into the role that the fish were cleaned with a sharp knife really. In some episode of the blade slipped and hurt the Jackman finger. The cut was quite deep, because to finish the presentation of the brave actor had with a bloody hand, which he was bandaged during the break.
Obtained in the production of the injury doesn't spoil the mood of "the Wolverine," reports the New York Times. Not to mention the fact that, after the concert, Hugh has found within himself the strength to autographs, selfi with countless fans. To doctors Jackman contact was not treated the cut as a trifle.
Interestingly, a couple of weeks ago during a rehearsal of "the River" artist already cut her hand while cleaning the suffering fish. But then without the "emergency" was not limited Hugh put 5 stitches and advised more careful to deal with melee weapons. Apparently, the advice of doctors Jackman did not listen.
By the way, in the recent past, an artist struggling with skin cancer, underwent another surgery to remove basal cell carcinoma, but in the vacation leave was not and continues in full force and effect to work. As already mentioned Days.Roux, for the first time the terrible diagnosis 45-year-old artist medical workers put in early November 2013, finding him basal cell carcinoma (basal cell carcinoma) at an early stage. The tumor on his nose stars doctor immediately deleted, but a few months later the disease returned.
Later Jackman has published in his blog a photo posing with a plaster on his nose, and signed it: "Another basal cell carcinoma. But all thanks to the medic Album and doctor Erian. PLEASE! PLEASE! USE SUNSCREEN!" Please contact Dr. Hugh persuaded wife. "Deborah said that I checked the spot on his nose. Guys, she was right!" - said the artist.