‘That ’70s Show’ Beauty Becomes Real-Life Hero

May 8, 2012  •  Post A Comment

An actress known for her role in the TV series “That ‘70s Show” and for her work in feature films became a real-life hero over the weekend, TMZ.com reports.

The website reports that Mila Kunis sprang into action after a 50-year-old man collapsed Saturday while doing some work in her house. “He suffered a violent seizure … choking, coughing up blood and vomiting. He had bitten through his tongue,” the story reports.

Kunis took charge, ordering someone to call 911 while Kunis attended to the man. “We’re told the 28-year-old actress grabbed the man’s head … turned it to the side so he wouldn’t choke … while another person stuffed a wallet in his mouth so he wouldn’t swallow his tongue,” the report says.

The man was rushed to the hospital by paramedics and has reportedly made a full recovery. The story notes that the incident happened just one day after a man was taken away for allegedly stalking Kunis at her gym.

Following Fox’s “That ‘70s Show,” Kunis had her breakout feature role in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” in 2008.

Kunis’ heroics — which the report describes as Kunis pulling “a Patrick Dempsey” — are being compared to a recent incident involving the “Grey’s Anatomy” star. As we reported last month, Dempsey also encountered a life-or-death situation, pulling a teenager from a wreck near his Malibu home.

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