'The Godfather' actor James Caan rushed to hospital after chest infection
Actor James Caan was rushed to a hospital here on Tuesday night, after complaining of chest pain
Toronto: Actor James Caan was rushed to a hospital here on Tuesday night, after complaining of chest pain.
According to tmz.com, the actor, who is best known for his role as Santino "Sonny" Corleone in 1972's "The Godfather", was suffering from chest infection.
The actor was discharged from the hospital after being diagnosed with a mild chest infection, reports aceshowbiz.com.
A representative for the 75-year-old actor says he is doing fine.
The "The Outsider" actor is planning to rest for the next few days before returning to work.
He is currently here for filming a new movie "Operation Insanity" with actor Paul Sorvino.
Caan has been filming several films back to back.
He has three movies coming out in 2015 - "The Throwaways", "Wuther High School" and "Mikow".
He has five other movies in production - "The Waiting", "Silican Vampire", "From Here to Infirmity", "Stark Raving Man" and "Sweetwater".