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‘Supernatural’ star Mark Sheppard was ‘brought back from dead’ after suffering 6 ‘massive’ heart attacks

“Supernatural” star Mark Sheppard revealed that he suffered six heart attacks and had to be resuscitated multiple times.

“You’re not going to believe this! Was on my way to an appointment yesterday when I collapsed in my kitchen,” the actor, who played Crowley in the hit CW series, wrote via Instagram Saturday.

“Six massive heart attacks later, and being brought back from dead 4 times I apparently had a 100% blockage in my [left anterior descending artery].”

Sheppard, 59, shared a selfie of himself lying in a hospital bed as he rested his head on a pillow.

The “Doom Patrol” star noted that he suffered from what is called a “widowmaker” heart attack.

According to the Cleveland Clinic, this heart attack occurs from “full blockage in [the] heart’s biggest artery.”

The “Supernatural” star revealed that he suffered “six massive heart attacks” and had to be “brought back from dead” four times. ©CW Network/Courtesy Everett Collection / Everett Collection

“My chances of survival were virtually nil. I feel great. Humbled once more. Home tomorrow!” Sheppard wrote.


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The actor also gave a shoutout to his wife, Sarah Louise Fudge, the Los Angeles Fire Department and the hospital staff that cared for him.

Reps for Sheppard did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

The “Doom Patrol” actor experienced what is called a “widowmaker” heart attack. Mark Sheppard/Instagram

Fans as well as his “Supernatural” co-stars rushed to the comments to send their well-wishes.

“You’ve impressed us, okay. Now stop with this heal up and get back on the road with us. Love you, pal,” Misha Collins, who played Castiel in the TV series, wrote.

“Omg mark I am so glad you’re recovering this is awful! Sending all my love to you and the family,” Felicia Day, who portrayed character Charlie Bradbury, wrote.

Sheppard added that he would be returning home on Sunday. Mark Sheppard/Instagram

John Barrowman, who starred alongside Sheppard in “Doctor Who,” also expressed his concern.

“Mark, WTF…if there is anything you need or I can do just let me know,” Barrowman wrote.

“I am just a small journey away. Please do all they tell you to make yourself heal and get well. You are a lovely soul and a lovely man. I am sending you lots of love…”

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