Health Update: The 'NCIS' Star Brian Dietzen Shared How He's Doing After A Shoulder Surgery
May 17, 2019 14:33 By Fabiosa
To see our favorite celebrities having health issues is a nightmare. We are led to worry that they will soon depart the show or worse, they will have serious complications. Thanks to Brian Dietzen who had readily updated the fans. Relief!
Born on November 14, 1977, the American actor has been portraying Dr. Jimmy Palmer on NCIS since 2004. In 2012, his sturdy supporting role was promoted to become a series regular at the start of the show's 10th season.
The 41-year-old hunk is a native to Barrington, Illinois, but had moved to Colorado in his childhood. Brian first began his acting journey in elementary school plays. Later, he studied theatre at the University of Colorado.
Dietzen seemed to be enjoying his life to the fullest. He had previously shared the adventure of his ski trip in which he looked perfectly alright. Due to intense workouts, the handsome one might have got his shoulder dislocated or injured. Well, that's our best guess, nothing else.
No matter the cause, the actor was kind enough to aware his admirers of the situation. Brian subtly sneaked a photo and announced that he is doing okay after shoulder surgery. He was still bedridden, possibly in the hospital but looked his usual gorgeous self.
Laid up after a shoulder surgery this morning, and I’ve got to say, I’m loving the new #Pivot Magazine.— Brian Dietzen (@BrianDietzen) May 14, 2019
It’s beautifully laid out, and they had some terrific contributors to their inaugural issue. Congratulations to everyone who put it together! pic.twitter.com/iyiLLFgUsm
People wished him a speedy recovery
Hope you heal quickly. Keep Going!— Serena Nelson (@serenagarde) May 14, 2019
Sorry you had to have surgery. Means golfing is out for the moment; I hope the healing and therapy go well. Get well quickly! (But enjoy having family wait on you for a bit.)— Claudia Harrelson (@Sylviassister) May 14, 2019
Get better soon Brian. You will be swinging the club in no time. Putting sooner...let me know if you need something new to help the recovery! @odysseygolf— Austie Rollinson (@AustieOdyssey) May 15, 2019
Boom! Perfect shoulder surgery recovery reading, Brian. Appreciate the love!— Chad Coleman (@HashtagChad) May 14, 2019
We are positive that Brian will get well real soon. After all, he's a doctor himself. Winks! Share this and send your regards to him.