LONDON, July 1 (UPI) -- Former "Baywatch" star David Hasselhoff has resumed filming after undergoing surgery in London for an injury he suffered during a shaving accident.
People magazine said Hasselhoff severed a tendon in his right arm on Thursday while shaving in the bathroom of a gym in the Sanderson Hotel. The actor hit his head on a chandelier, which showered his arm with broken glass, said his publicist, Judy Katz.
Doctors operated on the injured tendon and Hasselhoff, 53, spent a night at St. Thomas' Hospital in central London, Katz said.
Hasselhoff is filming an advertising campaign for Pipex, a British internet company, she said.