Nick Cordero (Dead) Covid19 Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, Movies and TV Shows

Broadway actor Nick Cordero comes out of coma, says wife
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Nick Cordero Biography

This is what you need to know about the late Nick Cordero, a Canadian actor who was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical and the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical for his role as Cheech in the 2014 Broadway musical Bullets Over Broadway.

Nick Cordero Death – COVID 19

Nick Cordero died on 5 July 2020 at the age of 41 from COVID 19. The Broadway actor had impressed the world with his recovery, after battling Covid-19 for a couple of weeks.

His wife Kloots had this to say through her Instagram account “God has another angel in heaven now,” “My darling husband passed away this morning. He was surrounded in love by his family, singing and praying as he gently left this earth.”

Kloots has been regularly updating her social media accounts with news of her husband’s ups and downs as he battled the virus and complications, including an amputated leg. She said Cordero battled the disease for 95 days.

Nick Cordero Age

Nick Cordero was born on September 17, 1978, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He died on July 5, 2020, at the age of 41.

Nick Cordero Height

  • 6-foot-5

Nick Cordero Wife

Cordero was married to his wife Amanda Kloots on September 3, 2017. The couple tied the knot in a formal ceremony. They have one child a son, Elvis, born in June of 2019.

Nick Cordero Parents

Cordero was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario to a Canadian mother and a father from Costa Rica. Information about his parents and siblings will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Nick Cordero Net Worth

Cordero had an estimated net worth of $7 million U.S dollars. His acting career is the primary source of his income.

Nick Cordero Health

Cordero contracted COVID-19 in April 2020. According to his wife Amanda Kloots, he was in critical condition, on a ventilator, and being treated with dialysis and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.

On April 18, 2020, his right leg was amputated as a result of complications from his illness. Many of his fans on Instagram started using the hashtag #WakeUpNick to show their support for Cordero and his wife. On April 24, Kloots announced via Instagram that Cordero had received a temporary pacemaker for his heart.

On May 1, 2020, his wife reported that Cordero had major lung damage, including “holes in his lungs,” and he had a successful tracheostomy tube placed. CNN reported that he had still not regained consciousness after being taken off of sedation.

Amanda Kloots clarified on May 3, 2020, that he was receiving breathing assistance with a ventilator through his tracheostomy tube but with lower vent settings after misunderstanding the purpose of the tracheostomy.

On May 5, 2020, Cordero’s wife reported he had a “rocky night” and doctors had to take him into surgery, after his oxygen levels fell too low, to perform “a lung scraping to get rid of some more infection.” On May 13, 2020, it was reported that Nick had regained consciousness. He succumbed to the deadly virus on July 5, 2020

Nick Cordero Education

Cordero graduated from Westdale Secondary School in Hamilton, and later went to Ryerson University in Toronto for two years, and left to perform in the band Love method.

Nick Cordero Career

Cordero made his first screen appearance in the title role in the Off-Broadway production of The Toxic Avenger. In 2012, he portrayed the character of Dennis in Rock of Ages on Broadway and on tour.

In 2014, he made an appearance on Broadway in the musical Bullets Over Broadway in the role of Cheech, for which he was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical and the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical. Cordero won the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical and a Theater World Award for the role.

Cordero joined the Broadway production of Waitress in March 2016, portraying the character of Earl. He left Waitress to join the Broadway premiere of the musical A Bronx Tale, playing Sonny at the Longacre Theatre starting on November 3, 2016. For this role, he was nominated for the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor In A Musical in 2017.

Cordero portrayed the role of Victor Lugo in “Heavy is the Head”, the tenth episode of the eighth season of the CBS police procedural drama Blue Bloods, and reprised the role in 2018 in “Your Six”, the twentieth episode of the eighth season of the show.

Nick Cordero Movies and TV Shows

TV Shows

  • 2005 Queer as Folk Tuna Wrap
  • 2014 Lilyhammer Pasquale ‘Patsy’ Lento
  • 2014 The Broadway.com Show Himself
  • 2015 The Talk Himself
  • 2015 68th Tony Awards
  • 2017 Side by Side by Susan Blackwell
  • 2017–2018 Blue Bloods Victor Lugo
  • 2015, 2019 Law & Order: SVU Anthony Marino / Robby Marino 2

Movies

  • 2007 Apartments at 254 John Short
  • 2011 Don Juan Don Juan
  • 2016 A Stand Up Guy Sal
  • 2017 Going in Style Butcher
  • 2019 Inside Game Pete Ruggieri
  • 2019 Mob Town Vincent Gigante
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