Canadian Actor Nick Cordero Died After A Battle With Corona-virus


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"I’m in disbelief and hurting everywhere,"  his wife said.


Canadian actor Nick Cordero contracted the coronavirus on Sunday and died after spending several weeks in intensive care, his wife said.


"I'm in disbelief and suffering everywhere," his wife, Amanda Clots, posted on Instagram. 'My heart is broken because I can't imagine his life without me.'


 Nick Cordero, 41, went to an emergency room on March 30 with symptoms of the virus and was placed on a ventilator two days later.


Cluts said he had no pre-existing condition, but he did have an infection that caused two mini-strokes and a septic shock.


Doctors at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles also put Tony-nominated actor Nick Cordero in a medically induced coma and amputated his right leg.


Clots told CBS News last week that "Condor will probably need a double lung transplant to live the way my husband wants to live."


In a note on Instagram on Sunday, Clots said he sang his favourite song "Live Your Life" holding Cordero's hand.


The Tony Award-nominated actor excelled in playing tough boys on shows like "Waitress," "Bronx's Tale" and "Bullets Over Broadway" on Broadway.


He spent more than 90 days in the hospital, Clot said. On March 30, he entered the emergency room and suffered multiple health problems, including a mini-stroke, blood clots, septicemia, a tracheostomy, and a temporary pacemaker implant.


During Nick Cordero's hospitalization, Clots sent him and his 1-year-old son, Elvis, daily videos, so he could watch them when he woke up and asked friends and fans to join in the daily song. A GoFundMe page exceeds 600,000 to pay for medical expenses


Lankey Cordero played the role of Husband Earl opposite his wife, played Jesse Mueller, in "Waiters" as well as Sony in Chase Palminty's "A Bronx Tale".


It was "Bullets over Broadway" where Cordaro met his wife. The two were married in 2017.


He starred as Woody Allen in Broadway in the 1994 adaptation of the film "Bullets Over Broadway," for which he received a Tony nomination for Best Actor in a Musical. He and his family have moved to Los Angeles to star in "Rock of the Ages."


On the small screen, Cordero appeared in several episodes of "Blue Bloods" and "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" and had a role in the film "Singing in Style".


His former campaigner Lisa Goldberg said in a statement that he spent time with  Cordero "never had a smile." “He wasn’t about winning the race, he was about enjoying the ride fairly,” he said.


"He was the client who always thanked you and he was the friend who always talked until 2am. He was a warrior and loved his family very much. He will be deeply missed.



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