Who is Jay Leno?
Born in New Rochelle, New York, on April 28, 1950, Jay Leno, is a comedian and television talk show presenter from the United States.
He made a name for himself as a stand-up comedian in nightclubs and on television in the beginning of his career thanks to his amicable take on current events and political humour.
He began appearing regularly as a guest host on NBC’s The Tonight Show in 1987, and he replaced Johnny Carson as host of the programme in 1992.
Leno immediately gained a reputation for his friendly demeanour, and the programme took home four Emmys.
Leno, a well-known auto enthusiast, later portrayed a mechanic on the sitcom Last Man Standing.
Jay Leno owns well over 180 cars, which is a sizable collection. The collection includes a variety of vehicles, including the newest supercars, priceless oldies, and even a few unusual steam-powered vehicles.
What happened to him?
Unexpectedly, one of the cars in Jay Leno’s garage caught fire, and the flames burned his left side of the face. The comedian was sent to a burn centre in Los Angeles, California, right away.
The comedian’s mishap happened on Saturday while he was working underneath a car and a fire started. Leno suffered quite substantial burns to his face, hands, and chest when he was extricated from under the car.
A “severe medical emergency,” according to reports Leno had to postpone his appearance at The Financial Brand’s Forum 2022 in Las Vegas.
As Jay Leno heals from second and third degree burns sustained in a gasoline fire, his wife Mavis is concerned for him. An insider said “They are quite close, and she is doing about as well as a wife who is worried about her husband should.”
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Leno is being treated for “burns that he got to his face and hands from a gasoline accident in his garage over the weekend,” according to Aimee Bennett, a spokeswoman for the Grossman Burn Center in Los Angeles, who reported that Leno was in a stable condition.
She went on to say, “He is in good humor and is touched by all the inquiries into his condition and well wishes.”
Leno said in a statement afterwards, “I am ok. Just need a week or two to get back on my feet.”
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