Kristin Chenoweth Is ‘Doing Great’ After Head Injury, Says Former Co-Star Marisol Nichols
“She’s doing great,” Nichols, 38, revealed at the Pre-ALMA Awards Charity Dinner in Hollywood on Saturday. “She falls all the time and bounces right back up. She’s amazing.”
“We’re supposed to have dinner,” she added. “I just literally flew back a couple of hours ago but I’m dying to see her.”
Nichols worked with Chenoweth earlier this year on the short-lived ABC dramedy GCB, which was canceled after one season.
While she’s bummed the show didn’t last long than it did — “It’s the nature of the business,” she said — Nichols already has her sights set on the future.
“I’m currently looking at a program that is in Spain and all Latin American countries and I’m adapting it for American television, so I’m excited about that,” she revealed. “Other than that, [I'm] just looking to find the next show.”
Chenoweth, 44, was hospitalized after a piece of lighting equipment struck her on the head while filming a scene for The Good Wife. Though she was ultimately forced to pull out of the show, she did return to film a brief cameo with co-star Alan Cumming in August.
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