Get well soon, Alan Arkin!
The 81-year-old actor was hospitalized on Monday, Nov. 9 after suffering a mini-stroke, but has since been released from the hospital and is now recovering at home, his rep confirmed.
Alan and his wife, Suzette, at the 2015 Big Screen Achievement Awards.
“He’s actually laughing today,” Alan’s rep told People. “He’s at home, he’s fine. It was a mini-stroke, there’s nothing wrong.”
The Oscar winner is best known for his recent roles in Argo and Little Miss Sunshine, as well as for staring in a plethora of classic, 1960s films including The Russians are Coming, The Russians Are Coming and Wait Until Dark.