SNL's Chris Redd Hospitalized After Being Attacked
|SNL's Chris Redd Hospitalized After Being Attacked|
The comedian and former SNL star, Chris Redd, was recently attacked outside of a comedy club in New York City. The 37-year-old was taken to a local New York hospital and treated for injuries to the face. The Screen Actors Guild Award Winner, who pivots between film, television, and a comedy special, will have to undergo surgery for a full recovery.
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