Verne Troyer was having the time of his life at LIV nightclub in Miami on July 11 as he danced along to the music. Unfortunately, the actor partied a little too hard, fell down and hurt himself in the process! Ouch!
Falling down inside a wild nightclub can be a frightening experience, but when your only 2’8″ and you hit your head, it is even scarier. Verne Troyer, 46, famous for his character Mini-Me in the Austin Powers movies, was dancing on top of a platform at LIV in Miami on July 11 until he misstepped, tumbled down, and hit his head in the process!
Yikes, someone had a little too much fun on top of the DJ booth. The 46-year-old had a fun night out at LIV in Miami, dancing on top of the DJ table during Cedric Gervais‘, 36, set. Unfortunately, the actor lost his balance while dancing on top of the tall platform and fell backwards down the table. But, that wasn’t the end of the accident. On the way down, Verne hit his head on a speaker! CLICK HERE TO WATCH IT HAPPEN.
Thankfully the actor and stunt performer was helped back up by the owner of the club, Dave Grutman, and wasn’t injured in the slightest. In fact, Verne went straight back to dancing after he was back on his feet! The 46-year-old is a real trooper. He even tweeted a picture of himself dancing on top of the platform. “Saturday nights in Miami be like @LIVmiami @DaveGrutman,” he shared on Twitter. Looks like the star is A-Okay!
Verne Troyer Rushed To The Hospital After Seizure
That wasn’t the only time Verne gave fans and his team a scare. Early March 2015, Verne had a much scarier accident where he was taken to the hospital after suffering a sudden seizure in public. Verne was in the middle of a meet and greet at the Heart of Texas Comic Con in Waco, Texas until he had a sudden seizure. The actor was immediately rushed to the hospital to seek medical attention after he had a difficult time breathing during the convention. Thankfully after the scary incident the actor was okay and let all of his concerned fans know via Twitter.
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Should Verne have been a little more careful dancing on top of a high platform?
— Michelle Phi