Luke Perry was hospitalized on February 27 after having a "massive stroke" at his home in Sherman Oaks, according to TMZ.
According to the report, the 52-year-old's condition is not clear. He was reportedly in town to shoot scenes on the Warner Bros. lot.
Most recently, Perry has starred as Archie's dad, Fred Andrews, on "Riverdale".
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Actor Tori Spelling said Perry will likely appear on the show when he is available. He is now hospitalized, PEOPLE confirms. On Wednesday, Fox announced that it will reboot the show for a summer event series with much of the original cast, though Perry has not signed on to the project.
He was a central component of the show, playing bad boy Dylan McKay for ten seasons of teen angst in the 1990s and early 2000s.
However, while stars including Jason Priestly, Jennie Garth, Brian Austin Green and Tori Spelling will all be returning for the new series, Luke and Shannen Doherty are not now signed up.