Broadway star Nick Cordero, who had fans across the globe rallying on roads for his quick recovery, has passed away at the age of 41 after a fight with coronavirus.
The sad news was informed by Cordero’s wife Amanda Kloots.
On her Instagram handle, Kloots said that her husband died on Sunday morning and was surrounded by his loved ones at the time.
Kloots has continually been updating her social networking accounts regularly with news of Cordero’s ups & downs while he fought the COVID-19 and complications, which includes one amputated leg as well. Kloots said that Cordero fought the virus for ninety-five days.
Cordero was born in Canada and was raised in Hamilton. He worked hard and arrived in New York City eventually.
In the year 2014, Cordero had been nominated for one Drama Desk Award and one Tony Award for his performance in the movie ‘Bullets Over Broadway.’ He became famous because of his role of Earl, the husband in the hit Broadway Musical ‘Waitress’ and the character Sonny in ‘A Bronx Tale.’
He also discovered success in small screen by making appearances in the drama television series ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,’ ‘Lilyhammer’ as well as ‘Blue Bloods.’