Comedian who played Tom the Innkeeper in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban tolerates divulge neck and punctured lung in collision
The actor Jim Tavar, who appeared in the film Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, is in intensive care after a head-on vehicle accident left him with a separated neck and punctured lung.
He too tolerated 15 busted rib, transgress in his right leg and a fractured breastbone, his wife said in a berth on his Facebook account. Her theme did not give details about where the gate-crash had has just taken place, although the actor invests most of his time in Los Angeles.
This is Laura here. Now that his family have been informed, Jim has asked me to let you all are well aware that he was involved in a serious gondola coincidence yesterday, a head-on conflict, she wrote.
Hes currently in ICU intensive maintenance. He has 15 break-dance rib, fractures in both breastbones, a punctured lung, multiple bursts in his right leg, and a separated neck.
Hes had two blood transfusions so far and is about to go in for his first surgery. This is for real , not a movie role. Please brace some good designs for him as he pushes his way out of this.
A host of fellow entertainers communicated their best wishes to Tavar after listening the news.