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Breaking: “American Horror Story” Actor Ben Woolf in Critical Condition After Being Struck by Car.

ben-woolf-premiere-american-horror-story-freak-show-01This is always the type of news we don’t want to report.

Actor Ben Woolf, most known for his roles on “American Horror Story,” is in critical condition after he was struck by a car on Thursday night. It is being reported that as he tried to cross the street on Hollywood Blvd., a Ford Escape crossed paths with him and its side-view mirror struck Woolf in the head. The driver stopped, but authorities will not be charging them with any vehicular misdemeanor as it appears that Woolf was jaywalking.

Woolf is currently in the critical care unit at a nearby hospital. He was found on the ground, breathing, but unresponsive and unconscious.

The actor, who stands at 4’4″, is most known for his roles in the first and fourth season of the hit FX series, “American Horror Story.” He also had parts in Unlucky Charms, Dead Kansas, and Hunting Charles Manson.

All of us here at HorrorSociety.com are wishing Ben the speediest of recoveries! Our thoughts are with his family, friends, and fans during this difficult time.

[SOURCE: NY Daily News]

Written by Michael Therkelsen

(Senior Editor)