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Taron Egerton starring in Apple TV+ crime series 'Black Bird'

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. — Apple TV+ has announced "Black Bird," a new drama based on a true crime drama, which stars Taron Egerton, and streams from July 8.
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Kingsman and Sing 2 Star Taron Egerton Contracts COVID-19

Actor Taron Egerton has made headlines once again due to his ongoing work with a London play, having collapsed on stage on the opening night earlier this month, as the actor has now tested positive for COVID-19. Deadline brings word of the development which comes via the producers of his new play. In a statement they wrote: "Taron Egerton has unfortunately tested positive for Covid. In accordance with the production's health & safety protocols, he will now isolate and we expect Taron to return to the show next week." The play is scheduled for a 12 week run, meaning Egerton will be out for almost 10% of the production's total shows.
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Taron Egerton says he’s “fine” after collapsing on stage

Kingsman star Taron Egerton has shared an update with fans after collapsing on stage in London. “As some of you may have heard, I passed out during the first performance of ‘Cock’ last night,” Egerton shared on Instagram. “I am completely fine. Slightly sore neck and a bruised ego, but I’m fine.”
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Taron Egerton 'completely fine' after collapsing on stage during first night of West End play, Cock

Taron Egerton fainted on stage during the first night of his West End debut in Mike Bartlett's 2009 play, Cock. Egerton had completed much of the production before he collapsed on stage at the Ambassadors Theatre in London on Saturday, prompting a doctor from the audience to rush to the stage and help, according to the Independent. Egerton's understudy, Joel Harper-Jackson, stepped in and finished the remaining 15 minutes of the play.
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