Timothy Omundson Celebrates 3rd Anniversary of Surviving Massive Stroke with an Emotional Post

"This Is Us" star, Timothy Omundson, is celebrating the third anniversary of surviving his massive stroke, and his co-stars and fans couldn't be happier for him.

It has been three years since Timothy Omundson experienced a stroke, and to celebrate the occasion, "This Is Us" star shared a post via social media.

Timothy Omundson attends an event at Fairmont Hotel on May 1, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images

Timothy Omundson attends an event at Fairmont Hotel on May 1, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images

According to Today, the 50-year-old shared an Instagram photo of himself wearing a T-shirt embellished with the words "NOT DEAD YET" with the caption:

"I am the luckiest man on earth! So many of you have helped me get through this in ways you don't realize and l want to say THANK YOU."

Once the post went live, it didn't take long before Timothy's fans liked it and dropped hundreds of comments to congratulate the actor. Today noted that the actor's "This Is Us" co-stars, Chrissy Metz, and Mandy Moore, also praised him in the comments.

The "Judging Amy" star walked the red carpet for the first time, in November 2019,  since he suffered a stroke three years ago.

While Mandy excitedly stated that Timothy was an "inspiration in every way," Chrissy wrote, "you're a light and an inspiration." The actor showed his co-stars his appreciation of their kind words saying that was "happy that this all directed our paths to cross."

The celebration of the actor's milestone comes just months after TV Guide disclosed that Timothy was making his return to television with an appearance on "Psych 2: Lassie Come Home."

The beloved "Psych" star was set to reprise his role as Carlton Lassiter, the chief of the Santa Barbara Police Department, in the forthcoming sequel to "Psych: The Movie." During an interview with TV Line, Timothy opened up about the severity of his stroke, saying:

"Early on I joked that it was 'Just a wee touch of a stroke. But it was a massive stroke; I came really close to [dying]."

A month after the interview, Today divulged that the "Judging Amy" star walked the red carpet for the first time, in November 2019,  since he suffered a stroke three years ago.

According to the site, the ecstatic actor took to his Twitter feed to share a picture of himself rocking a blue suit at the NBC x Vanity Fair Celebration of the Season event.

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