Paramedics were called to Perry's home in Sherman Oaks around 9:40 a.m. Wednesday, and he was taken to a hospital.
Perry first rose to fame on the show 90210, starring as Dylan McKay from 1990 to 1995.
He was rushed to hospital on February 27 after he suffered a stroke. Perry played Dylan McKay on the long-running teen drama and appeared in almost 200 episodes between 1990 and 2000.
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It was announced on the same day Perry was hospitalized that Fox would be reviving 90210 with most of the original cast.
Born in OH in 1966, Perry moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career in acting at a relatively young age. "Originally, nobody wanted me but him", Perry told EW in 1994. Perry was not among those announced as returning for the limited run of six new episodes this summer. He appeared in HBO's prison drama "Oz" and voiced cartoons like "The Incredible Hulk" and "Mortal Kombat".
They were together for a decade and welcomed two children, 21-year-old Jack and 18-year-old Sophie, before splitting in 2003. He was married to Rachel Sharp from 1993 to 2003, TMZ reported.