Rick Moranis suffered multiple injuries after attack in NY

Actor Rick Moranis, best known for his roles in the films Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, and Ghostbusters suffered a random attack on the streets of New York. The assailant wore an ‘I love New York’ sweatshirt when he punched the actor. The attack occurred early in the morning at around 7:30 am, NYPD Crime Stoppers released a video of surveillance camera to the public where the suspect can be seen walking towards the actor and punching him in the head. The NYPD Crime Stopper has announced a reward of up to $ 2500 for anyone who identifies the perpetrator of the attack.

Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers official Twitter @NYPDTips

The 67-year-old actor had returned from his morning walk and was outside the Upper West Side of his building. The suspect did not say a single word to him before throwing him to the ground and simply walking on. The NYPD revealed the exact location and time of Central Park West near W 70th Street at 7:29 AM. Rick suffered back, hip, and head injuries.

A representative of the actor sent a statement to major media networks in the U.S., stating that Rick is fine.

Watch the video of the attack:

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Biography: Rick began his career as a radio DJ while he was still at high school which led to him writing, producing and being on air in his own show. He joined the Canadian TV series, SCTV (1976), winning an Emmy for writing and portraying the character, Bob McKenzie, which became the basis for the film, Strange Brew (1983), which he co-wrote, co-directed ... See full bio >>
Born: April 18, 1953 | Toronto, Ontario, Canada


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