By Adam S. Levy for Dailymail.com
02:11 11 Apr 2023, update 05:53 11 Apr 2023
Jeremy Renner’s recovery and re-emergence into the limelight continues.
The Marvel star, 52, was seen heading to the studio in Hollywood, Calif., for Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday as he sought to appear on the late-night show for the first time since he nearly died in a snowplow accident on New Years Day that left him with 30 broken bones.
The Hawkeye star dressed in a sleek dark brown suede ensemble over a patterned button-up top with black trousers and black dress shoes.
The Modesto, Calif.-born actor wore his neatly parted brown locks and aviator sunglasses as he used a black cane to help him walk on the cool spring day in southern California. California.
The Oscar-nominated star was cheered on by fans as he entered the studio and signed autographs for a number of them before getting ready for the network television appearance.
Over the weekend, he visited Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, Calif., with his family, posing for photos with loved ones at the popular amusement park.
He captioned a photo on Instagram: “Good Friday do some magic on the mountain with some of my amazing family!” @sixflagsmagicmountain #thanks.’
He was seen on the outing at Six Flags with his daughter Ava Berlin, 10. The actor kept a mobility scooter nearby to help him on his ride through the sprawling theme park.
Renner has been open about his recovery — which could potentially take years — following the horrific Jan. 1 crash.
More than 30 bones in Renner’s body were shattered in the Jan. 1 crash that left him in “critical condition” at first, before multiple surgeries.
He was valiantly trying to protect his nephew from harm at the time of the incident.
In March, Renner took to social media to share that he had made progress in his physical recovery from the accident, as he was seen walking on a treadmill on social media.
In addition to her appearance on Kimmel on Monday, Renner is expected to walk the red carpet at the launch of her Disney+ show Rennervations on Tuesday.
Renner’s friend Rory Millikin, who serves as an executive producer on the streaming service, said the actor was surrounded by a supportive family during his recovery from the snowplow accident.
“Her mom is constantly there,” Millikin told People Friday. “I mean, his mother moved in to look after, just like mothers. Mothers play an incredible supporting role.
He continued: “You should see this house – it’s overflowing with nieces, nephews, cousins and siblings all the time. It’s like a wonderful big family resort and everyone played a huge role.
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