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Question Did Jon Cypher break his leg between seasons 3 and 4?

Major Dad is all that I've been watching lately since it's about to leave Hulu. In the beginning of season 4 General Craig is in a wheelchair with a broken leg. He remains in a wheelchair for several episodes and then he's on crutches for a couple of episodes after that. Did Jon Cypher really break his leg?
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In 1993, he sued a theater and a performance company in Pittsburgh for $20,000 over a fall he suffered during a dress rehearsal on July 20, 1992. Cypher broke his leg in two places and damaged cartilage and ligaments when he fell down a darkened stairway at the Benedum Center, where he played Fagin in the Civic Light Opera production of Oliver! The incident left Cypher playing the character while seated in a wheelchair.
I saw the show. He got around pretty well. The audience admired his moxie in going on.
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In 1993, he sued a theater and a performance company in Pittsburgh for $20,000 over a fall he suffered during a dress rehearsal on July 20, 1992. Cypher broke his leg in two places and damaged cartilage and ligaments when he fell down a darkened stairway at the Benedum Center, where he played Fagin in the Civic Light Opera production of Oliver! The incident left Cypher playing the character while seated in a wheelchair.

I saw the show. He got around pretty well. The audience admired his moxie in going on.
That's interesting. Thanks.

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