He was sidelined with back pain just days after revealing he had fought Kovid-19 in October.
Now, the shirtless Stephen Amel is getting a little help from his seven-year-old daughter Mavi to set up a small tree with lights on.
The arrow star, 39, sweetly captioned an Instagram post saying ‘She catches me’, which shows his little girl hanging on to him from behind as he pulls the lights off the tree from a small ladder.
Sweet snap: Stephen Amel shows off his toned physique while hanging lights on a tree, while his daughter Mavi tries to grab him up a flight of stairs
Despite taking time off from his upcoming wrestling drama series for the past two months, Amel is wearing only a pair of blue shirts in tip-top shape.
The placenta looked adorable in a red and white-shaped skirt and matching top.
This beautiful photo was taken by Mavi’s mother Cassandra Jean at their home in Georgia, where Amel was filming her new Starz series before her two health fears.
Mistake on the side: Stephen Amel, 39, suffered a back injury in late October while stunting on his new Starz Wrestling Series heels set.
In late October the actor rolled over on his back as he tried to execute a fully rehearsed stunt. TV line.
Amel, best known for playing Oliver Queen / Green Arrow in The CW Series Arrow (2012-2020), was immediately predicted by on-set medicine and wrestling / stunt coordinators after injury.
The investigation revealed that all the stunt safety protocols required at the time of his injury were being observed.
As part of the production, the stunt coordinator and stunt and wrestling trainers on the Starz series will be on set, while the actors will do the physical work.
Double Wammy! Amel’s spinal cord injury comes just days after it was revealed in the Inside of Podcast that he was infected with COVID-19.
Amel turned out to be a lifelong professional wrestling fan, appearing in high profile professional wrestling promotions such as working for a match for WWE in 2015 and for the Ring of Honor in 2017, as well as joining the Bullet Club. And Elite.
News of his back pain came just days after it was revealed that the Canadian native was infected with coronavirus, which resulted in the actor having to take medical leave from an upcoming show.
When Michael Rosenbaum appeared on the podcast ‘Inside of You’, he admitted that he was never worried about the ‘deadly aspect’ of the virus, but about working hard to ‘frustrate hundreds of people’.
Production continued while Amel was in custody, a Starz spokesman said Expiration.
Kovid-19 diagnosis: Canadian suffers from hot and cold lights, plugged right ear, dizziness and loss of appetite, resulting in 15 pounds weight loss in three weeks blockade
‘I have been actively, actively, actively trying to avoid getting infected with this virus. And guess what? I got it anyway, so be smart. If you are smart, be smart. And if you’re not, you’m not pulling at everyone anymore, ” he explained on the podcast.
Amel said he suffered from hot and cold lights, plugging his right ear. Dizziness and lack of appetite led to a 15-pound weight loss during the three-week blockade.
His coronavirus diagnosis resulted in the series having to shut down production for only one day.
In addition to Amel, Heels also starred Alexander Ludwig, Allison Luff, Chris Bauer, Kelly Bergland, Mary McCormack, Allen Maldonado and James Harrison.
Superhero: Amel is best known for playing Oliver Queen / Green Arrow in the CW Series Arrow (2012-2020), which was rolled out eight seasons earlier this year.