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Colin Quinn suffers heart attack, postpones Saturday’s show at the Capitol Theatre in Clearwater

The former 'Saturday Night Live' star is on the mend.
Colin Quinn. Photo via Pam Loshak/Loshak PR.
Colin Quinn. Photo via Pam Loshak/Loshak PR.
Published Feb. 15, 2018

Comic Colin Quinn has postponed his concert on Saturday at the Capitol Theatre in Clearwater, but at least he has a valid reason: He suffered a heart attack on Valentine's Day.

"My heart goes out to all the people who bought tickets to my show. Literally. My heart went out," the former Saturday Night Live Weekend Update host said in a statement. "I know you people are still mad that I postponed the show even though I had a heart attack. I felt the same way when I bought Lou Reed tickets last year. I will reschedule once you tell me which weekends are best for you."

Quinn, 58, appears to be on the mend, tweeting regularly, so it seems a good bet he'll be back. No date has been announced for the new show, but previously purchased tickets will be honored at that time. Click here for details.

— Jay Cridlin

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