'Fargo' Actor Steve Buscemi Was Left Bleeding In The Left Eye After Getting Punched In The Face In Random NYC Attack

The incident, initially reported by the New York Post, adds to a string of random acts of violence in the city. The 66-year-old actor’s publicist issued a statement on May 12, reiterating Buscemi’s condition and acknowledging the concern from well-wishers. Read on to know the details

Steve Buscemi, known for his roles in ‘Fargo’ and ‘Boardwalk Empire’, was assaulted in New York City on May 8, resulting in swelling and bleeding to his left eye.

The renowned actor was promptly taken to a nearby hospital where he received medical attention. Despite the ordeal, Buscemi is reported to be doing well, as confirmed by his publicist who expressed gratitude for the outpouring of support.

“Steve Buscemi was assaulted in Mid-Town Manhattan, another victim of random act of violence in the city. He is ok and appreciates everyone’s well wishes,” revealed Buscemi’s publicist.

 

The incident, initially reported by the New York Post, adds to a string of random acts of violence in the city. The 66-year-old actor’s publicist issued a statement on May 12, reiterating Buscemi’s condition and acknowledging the concern from well-wishers.

The New York Police Department’s investigation is ongoing, with no arrests made thus far. This incident follows another assault on March 31 involving Buscemi’s ‘Boardwalk Empire’ co-star Michael Stuhlbarg, who was attacked while strolling in Central Park.