Her beauty causes heart palpitations, but her quick thinking reportedly saved a life.
Actress Mila Kunis jumped into action Saturday when a man working in her house suffered a seizure so violent, he bit through his tongue, TMZ.com reported.
The 50-year-old man collapsed and was fighting for breath as he coughed up blood and vomit, the website said.
Kunis, 28, reportedly came running, had a friend call 911 and rushed to the man’s aid.
She turned his head to the side so he wouldn't choke as another bystander wedged a wallet between his teeth, TMZ said.
Paramedics raced to Kunis' Laurel Canyon address in an ambulance at 1:55 p.m. Saturday and transported one patient to a local hospital, a Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman told the Daily News.
The unidentified staffer has since recovered, TMZ reported.
Kunis' heroic response followed one day after the actress had a scary encounter with an alleged stalker who broke into her house last January.
The stunning starlet came face to face with Stuart Dunn, 27, outside her West Hollywood gym Friday after he allegedly tracked her to the location three days in a row, police told The News.
Kunis called for help, and Dunn was questioned and transported to a hospital for observation, police said.
He pleaded no contest to unauthorized entry of her residence in February and was sentenced to 60 days in jail and three years probation, prosecutors said.
A judge also ordered him to stay away from Kunis for three years.
The brunette bombshell’s high-drama week followed a similar celebrity rescue last month.
Two weeks ago, “Grey’s Anatomy” star Patrick Dempsey rushed to aid a teen driver who flipped his car near the actor’s Malibu residence, TMZ reported.
Dempsey dashed to the wreck with a crowbar in hand and helped the teen until paramedics airlifted him to a hospital.