JORDAN Davies has been branded a “hero” for reportedly saving his panto co-star.
The Ex On The Beach star apparently rushed to the aid of actor Lewis Pryor when he took a turn for the worse just before the curtain went up at one of the shows.
The pair are currently starring in a run of Aladdin in Liverpool.
“Jordan was a hero and handled the horrible situation so well”
A source said: “Jordan was a hero and handled the horrible situation so well. He put Lewis in the recovery position as soon as he saw him fall to the floor.
They continued telling The Sun: “He then called for help and then stayed with him until the ambulance came – he even helped carry him out of the theatre.
“Both Lewis and the rest of the cast would have been lost without his calmness and his first aid techniques. He was a life-saver.”
Jordan said that him and Lewis “bonded straight away” when they began working together and called him “my best boy in the panto”.
He said that he looked after the actor the night before as he had been coming down with tonsillitis.
The pair has enjoyed a DVD night with milkshakes and chicken wraps.
Lewis is now said to be making a full recovery, with Jordan saying he’s “back better than ever”.
Jordan, 24, is currently starring as the Genie of the Lamp at the Epstein Theatre in Liverpool until January 8.
Also appearing in the show are Atomic Kitten singer Natasha Hamilton and Big Brother star Mark Byron.
Jordan, who also stars in ITV2’s Ibiza Weekender, will be back in the show next year.