NEWS Kristin Chenoweth regrets not taking legal action against CBS after ‘The Good Wife’ accident for ‘long-term harm’ – Deadline

Kristin Chenoweth regrets not taking legal action against CBS after 'The Good Wife' accident for 'long-term harm' - Deadline

Kristin Chenoweth Reveals She Regrets Not Suing CBS After Injury While Filming good wife and mother After the accident in 2012.

The Emmy and Tony Award-winning star details the events she suffered on set in her new novel I’m not a philosopher, but I have ideas. During the appearance watch livehost Andy Cohen asked her after her book was released if she heard anyone from the Eye Network.

Chenoweth said no, and agreed she regretted not taking legal action against the broadcast network, adding: “I didn’t do this out of fear and anxiety, so never let fear rule your life. I’ve been hurt for a long time by this. I Wish I had listened to my dad when he said, “You’re going to want to do this. ’ And we’re not the family to sue, but when you’re almost killed…”

This push daisy alum joins good wife and mother In 2012, she had a recurring appearance in Season 4. While filming an episode for the series, she was hit by a piece of lighting equipment and hospitalized.

“I heard the flagpole. I literally heard, ‘We’re losing the light.’ ’ I hear ‘action.’ I wake up in Bellevue [Hospital],” she recalled on Bravo’s late-night show. “It hit me in the face and threw me to the curb.Seven-inch skull fracture, hairline [fracture], and teeth and ribs. “

Chenoweth was unable to complete her storyline on the prime-time drama and did not return following her injury. The actor credits her hair extensions with saving her life.

“My hair extensions, you know, break the hairline together. My doctor said, ‘What are these metal things? I said, ‘They’re hair extensions.’ He said, ‘They saved your life,'” ‘” she added. “So, for your health, anyone who wants to have hair extensions should do so.”

Watch the interview in the video below.

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