Actor Laurence Fox rushed to hospital after suffering mystery pain
ACTOR Laurence Fox rushed to hospital for an MRI today after suffering from a mystery pain.
On Tuesday morning, the controversial star, 44, asked fans for medical advice after waking up with a sore neck.Laurence Fox revealed a bandage on his neck[/caption] The actor is now working as a political activist[/caption]
Laurence explained: “I woke up this morning with a sore neck and a completely numb left thumb.
“Am I dying, or am I just a pain in the neck? Help! Medical Twitter!”
Today he posted a picture of him with a bandage on the right hand side of his neck.
He commented: “Someone needs an MRI…”
Laurence, 42, is best known for his leading role as DS James Hathaway in ITV’s Lewis from 2006 to 2015.
He was married to pop star turned actress Billie Piper, but divorced in 2016 when she cited “unreasonable behaviour”.
The former couple have two children – Winston, nine, and Eugene, six.
Laurence has been outspoken as a coronavirus vaccine sceptic and anti-lockdown campaigner.
He founded a new right-wing political party called Reclaim, which this week welcomed its first ex-Tory MP, Andrew Bridgen.
The North West Leicestershire MP was booted out of the Tory party in April after he compared Covid vaccines to the Holocaust.