American actor Jamie Foxx appears to be doing well after his mysterious medical complication in April.
In a video obtained by TMZ, the Day Shift actor can be seen smiling and making the peace sign as he cruises down the Chicago River on a boat on Sunday, July 9. For the weekend outing, the Ray star, 55, wore an all-black ensemble with aviator sunglasses. At least two other passengers were with him.
It was Foxx's first public appearance since he was released from the hospital.
He has yet to address the health scare publicly.
Foxx was hospitalized in Georgia on April 12, according to his oldest daughter Corinne, who posted about it on social media.
"We wanted to share that, my father, Jamie Foxx, experienced a medical complication yesterday. Luckily, due to quick action and great care, he is already on his way to recovery," she wrote at that time.
Corinne is Foxx's daughter with his ex-wife Connie Kline. He also has a 14-year-old daughter with his ex-wife, Annalise Bishop.
The actor's unspecified condition was serious enough that his family traveled to be by his side at the time.
He had been filming the Netflix film Back in Action with Cameron Diaz prior to the medical emergency.
Diaz continued to film other scenes with Foxx's body double while he was in the hospital. It's unclear when the Just Mercy star will return to the set.
Last month, a family member told entertainment portal Page Six that the secrecy surrounding his condition has raised concerns about how his career might be affected in the future.
The fate of Back in Action is also uncertain. (ANI)