"The Greatest Showman" star Sam Humphrey - who played Tom Thumb in the film - is battling for his life and is set to experience a to a great degree unsafe medical procedure ... TMZ has learned. Sources reveal to us Humphrey has been hospitalized for half a month in Los Angeles because of entanglements with Crohn's sickness, an interminable provocative gut illness. We're disclosed to Humphrey's Crohn's is exacerbated by his skeletal dysplasia.
"The Greatest Showman" was the 24-year-old's huge break, but at the same time he's showed up in "Neighbors" and a few theater creations. 'Entertainer' - which additionally featured Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron and Zendaya - was designated for an Oscar for Best Song for "This Is Me" ... furthermore, got a Golden Globe win for a similar class.
An announcement from Sam's family says, "He is as of now under the care of a portion of the best specialists on the planet at Cedars Sinai and is experiencing high-chance restorative medical procedure."