Hart’s frequent co-star Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson was among the public figures who voiced support for the comic, whom the California Highway Patrol said suffered “major back injuries” in the crash Sunday morning.
“Stop messing with my emotions brother @kevinhart4real,” Johnson captioned an Instagram photo from “Jumanji,” which they starred in together. “We have a lot more laughing to do together. Love you man. Stay strong.”
Sherri Shepherd, who appeared alongside Hart in “Ride Along 2,” shared a similar message.
“Argued with you @kevinhart4real onscreen but offscreen, Love you so much,” the actress wrote on Instagram. “Praying for you Kevin and your friends who were in the car with you. We love you!”
Bryan Cranston, meanwhile, posted a picture with Hart on his Instagram page.
“Let’s all send him positive energy and healing thoughts. He’s a good human. Get well soon, brother,” wrote Cranston, who starred with Hart in “The Upside.”
Hart, 40, was riding as a passenger in his own car — a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda — when the driver lost control in the West Valley area of Los Angeles County and went down an embankment, according to the California Highway Patrol.