Jamie Foxx's Co-Star Gives an Update for the 'Superhuman' Actor

Dominique Fishback, who co-starred with Jamie Foxx in Netflix's Project Power, has some mighty high praise for the actor as he recovers from his "medical complication."

The actress recently spoke with People about how she's been keeping up with the regular updates about the Ray star's condition over the last few weeks, sharing, "I always just think that Jamie Foxx is superhuman. So it's almost like, if I didn't hear it from somebody close, I didn't really pay any attention to it."

"I'm just so happy he's doing well," she added.

In addition to the 2020 film they starred in together, Foxx is helping Fishback executive produce her one-woman play, called Subverted, into a special. The script was written and performed as her honors thesis at Pace University, and has since been performed at several theaters, including Off-Broadway. The play's official site describes it as a "show that portrays the destruction of Black identity as seen through the eyes of Eden, an 18-year-old girl living in an inner city in the USA."

Fishback told the publication it's a "beautiful time" to adapt the script, especially with Foxx's assistance.

"I wrote it about 10, 11 years ago. And throughout New York, I had been writing letters to theaters saying, 'Hey, would you do Subverted?' and just waiting and wanting the very best," she says. "Now I get to have Jamie Foxx, who is the very best. So the timing is perfect."

Foxx is reportedly continuing to receive care at a Chicago-based medical rehab facility that specializes in traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, cancer, and stroke recovery.

While Foxx and his family have remained mum on his diagnosis, Mike Tyson recently fueled rumors when he let slip during an interview, “They said [it was] a stroke." However, he quickly backtracked, noting, "I have no idea what happened to him.”