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Bob Odenkirk celebrates 1-year anniversary of his heart attack with moving message

better call Saul Star Bob Odenkirk is taking some time to reflect on his fans, his health, and the goodwill he received in the year following his fatal heart attack.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, the former breaking bad The star wrote, “A thank you to you whoever you are. A year ago today I flirted with ‘Quitus’ for a while and it created a wave of goodwill and warmth towards me.” Odenkirk continued, “I will always feel unworthy of this. I will also always appreciate and pursue it. Thank you. No answer required.”

In July 2021, the Emmy-nominated actor was in New Mexico shooting the sixth and final season better call Saul When he suffered a heart attack on the set.

The show’s health safety supervisor Rosa Estrada and assistant director Angie Meyer gave Odenkirk CPR and attached her to an automated defibrillator. The actor was then taken to Presbyterian Hospital in Albuquerque, where he recovered, surrounded by family. Odenkirk later revealed that he had a history of plaque buildup in his heart, which caused a heart attack.

In the classic Odenkirk comic, the actor took to social media to address his medical emergency with fans, joking that a heart attack would force him to change for the better. He wrote at the time, “I’m doing great. I have my own it’s a wonderful life People’s Week insists that I make the world a little better. very nice! Thanks, I love everyone right now but keep the expectations reasonable!”

In September 2021, Odenkirk shared that he is back on set, working to complete the rest of the better call SaulThe final season of “So glad to be here,” the actor wrote as of the time, “and living this unique life surrounded by such good people.”

This past March, better call Saul The co-stars walked the red carpet at the 2022 Film Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, California, and they talked with ET about Odenkirk’s shocking near-death experience.

“You can’t help but think about it a fair amount,” Odenkirk said of the health scare. “And even though I can’t remember the experience of it, the reaction I got from the public and my friends impressed me. And it still will and it will continue.”

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