Dozens of fans also wished Grant a quick recovery, one commenting: “Wowsers! That sounds painful.”Hope you feel better very soon and a big thumbs up to nurses Holly and Theresa and all our wonderful NHS workers.” THANK YOU for all the kind messages of support.Wearing a cover-up cap till I’m Peaky Blinder better! pic.twitter.com/YVsG5c7zM6— Richard E. Grant (@RichardEGrant) February 24, 2018 Actor and tv presenter Richard E. Grant was rushed to hospital after being struck by a metal bar in his home in the Cotswolds.The incident happened while the Withnail & I star was at his home on Friday night in Avening, near Stroud, Gloucestershire.The star took to twitter to thank nursing staff for tending to his head wound. Mr Grant is also known for his roles in Logan, Spice World, Gosford Park, The Iron Lady and a Christmas Carol.In December the star was mugged while on holiday in South Africa and tweeted: “Feel like a right mug having been mugged at an ATM in Cape Town. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr.”Grant will next be seen starring opposite Melissa McCarthy in new film ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ about the celebrity biographer Lee Israel. Nurse Susan Logan replied to his Tweet: “As an NHS nurse working in Scotland we don’t often get nice feedback.”It’s lovely to hear someone with such a high profile thanking staff. Speedy recovery to you.” Am truly indebted to Nurses Holly & Theresa at Stroud NHS hospital for sorting out my head wound this evening.Heavy metal bar clonked my cranium and they kindly cleaned me up & glued me together again like Humpty Dumpty! 👍— Richard E. Grant (@RichardEGrant) February 23, 2018 As an NHS nurse working in Scotland we don’t often get nice feedback. It’s lovely to hear someone with such a high profile thanking staff. Speedy recovery to you 😚— 🌻Susan Logan🌻 (@susanlogan63) February 23, 2018 He said he was “truly indebted” to nurses Holly and Theresa at Stroud General Hospital, in Trinity Road, for “sorting out” his injury.He later posted a picture of himself smiling in a Peaky Blinders style flat cap and wrote: “Thank you for all the kind messages of support.Wearing a cover-up cap till I’m Peaky Blinder better!”Grant, well known for his turn in Bram Stoker’s Dracula, tweeted: “Heavy metal bar clonked my cranium and they kindly cleaned me up & glued me together again like Humpty Dumpty!” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.