Gold Logie nominee Grant Denyer is recovering in hospital following a rally car crash during the Lake Mountain Sprint for the Australian Rally Championships in Marysville, Victoria on Sunday, March 26.
The father-of-two and his fellow co-driver Dale Moscatt were airlifted to hospital.
It's believed the 39-year-old has suffered from a broken coccyx and finger while Dale has broken his leg and fractured his lower back.
A statement from Channel 10 explained: "Grant walked away from the crash and was then airlifted to a Melbourne hospital as a precaution for assessment."
"Grant has sustained bruising to his lower back, while Dale has a suspected broken leg. Grant is walking around and is in good spirits."
As the the star recuperates, filming for Family Feud has been put on hold.
“TEN and FremantleMedia Australia are working together to reschedule episodes of Family Feud that were due to be recorded this week," a Ten rep told The Herald Sun.
According to witnesses, Grant's car crashed into a tree on the race course but it was a close call.
“Grant was bloody lucky to miss that huge tree. It would have been the end of him and (Dale) Moscatt," an onlooker told The Herald Sun.
Meanwhile Grant's wife Cheryl has spoken out and said she stands by her husband's passion.
“Strangely enough, I sat down last Thursday to start writing an article for my blog about what it’s like to be married to a daredevil, but I couldn’t find the right words. It just wasn’t working... so I stopped writing it," Cheryl, who shares daughter Scout and Sailor with Grant, revealed to The Herald Sun.
"It’s been a hard day, but I have never tried to talk him out of it and I wouldn’t because I know how much he just loves it.”
“He doesn’t really have accidents and I don’t really worry. He’s told he’s fine, it was just a freak accident.”
Wishing Grant a speedy recovery!