Video: 'Hangover' actor stars in CPR clip
Actor and physician Ken Jeong put on his dancing shoes and a polyester suit for the AHA video
By EMS1 Staff
SAN FRANCISCO – Actor and physician Ken Jeong, star of the films 'The Hangover' and 'The Hangover 2,' put on his dancing shoes and his best polyester suit for a new video by the American Heart Association to promote hands-only CPR.
The video, which is part of AHA's 'Hands-Only CPR' campaign, depicts a group of adults playing charades at home when one of the group collapses. Two actresses, one wearing a T-shirt saying 'Push Hard', and another wearing a shirt that says 'Call 911' begin performing chest-compressions on the patient to the beat of 'Stayin' Alive' by the Bee Gees.
Dr. Ken Jeong, who plays the gangster Leslie Chow in both 'Hangover' films, says in the video, "Yes, 'Stayin' Alive' really works. Disco can save lives."
Visit AHA's website for more information about the campaign, and watch the video below.
- Cardiac Care