Mila Kunis saves workman's life
Mila Kunis has been hailed a real-life heroine after apparently saving a man's life.
The Friends With Benefits actress rushed to the rescue when a 50-year-old man, who was working in Mila's LA home, collapsed and started coughing up blood during a violent seizure, reported TMZ.com.
Mila came running to the man's side and got her friend to call emergency services, sources told the website.
The 28-year-old actress turned the man's head to the side to stop him choking, while a wallet was put in his mouth to prevent him swallowing his tongue.
Law enforcement sources said that paramedics later arrived on scene and took the man to hospital, where he has made a full recovery.
Mila even volunteered to ride in the ambulance - but it wasn't necessary.
It comes after Dustin Hoffman helped a jogger who suffered a cardiac arrest in London's Hyde Park, and Ryan Gosling reportedly saved a woman from getting hit by a cab.
Other celebrities who have come to the rescue include Zoe Saldana, who came to the aid of an injured woman after a car accident in January, and rapper TI, who persuaded a suicidal man not to jump from a 22-story building in 2010.