Amy Schumer at the bedside of her father Gordon as he's hospitalized


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Amy Schumer sat at the bedside of her father in an image shared to Instagram as he was hospitalised on Monday evening.

The actress, 39, revealed Gordon was in an 'unfortunate magician sawing accident', but insisted he's been a 'good spirit through it all'.

Putting on a brave face, the comedian wore a protective face mask as she accompanied her parent, who has been battling multiple sclerosis since Amy was 12.

'He has a good spirit through it all': Amy Schumer sat at the bedside of her father in an image shared to Instagram as he was hospitalised on Monday evening

The screen star wrote in an accompanying caption: 'I have terrible news. My father was in an unfortunate magician sawing accident. 

'He has a good spirit through it all and we’re still hoping the magician will turn back up.' 

It is currently unclear whether Gordon is undergoing surgery for his injury following his admission.  

Support: The actress, 39, revealed Gordon, who battles multiple sclerosis, was in a 'magician sawing accident', but insisted he's been a 'good spirit through it all' (pictured in 2017)

On his health condition, Amy previously told Barbara Walters: 'Some days he’s really good and he’s with it and we’re joking around. And some days I go to visit my dad and it’s so painful. I can’t believe it.'

The Trainwreck actress visited the medical facility a day after she was vaccinated for COVID-19. 

The Emmy-winning star documented her trip with multiple clips and images, including one in which she was seen riding in a vehicle with her spouse, Chris Fischer, 41.

'This is my going to get the vaccine energy,' said Amy, who donned a sparkly gold dress to the vaccination site.

Vaccinated: The Trainwreck star visited the medical facility a day after she had a COVID-19 jab (pictured with husband Chris Fischer, 41)

The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo author joked at the facility: 'I just wanted to maybe entertain some of the workers here and during your 15 minutes, but I'm sorry if you were going to use this time to meditate.'

On Instagram, the New York City native added: 'I want to thank all the brave people in the medical field. But more than them I want to give a shout out to me. I’m awesome I love the people of New York. 

'Even the annoying ones. It’s nice to see all of them. I feel excited and hopeful. I hope you do too.'

Peace: The comedian winced as she received a shot earlier this month