Canadian broadway star Nick Cordero dies following complications from COVID-19
41 year old Broadway star Nick Cordero has passed away.
Codero was raised in Hamilton, and found his way to broadway after attending Ryerson University for acting.
Codero had been suffering with COVID-19 for more than 90 days,
During his fight, doctors described his lungs as being riddled with holes and looking as if he'd been smoking for 50 years, even though he wasn't a smoker.
COVID-19 also caused major blood pressure problems for the Tony-nominated performer, and his right leg had to be amputated.
His wife Amanda Kloots made the announcement that Codero had passed on Instagram, saying she can't imagine her life without him.
He leaves behind his wife, and a one year old son named Elvis.
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