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Broadway actor Nick Cordoro died on Sunday after months of battling complications from COVID-19 to star in “Rock of Edge”, “Waitress”, “Bullets over Broadway” and “The Bronx’s Tale of the Musical”. He was 41 years old.

On Sunday night his wife Amanda Clots made this sad announcement on her Instagram account.

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Heaven There is another angel in God’s heaven. My dearest husband died this morning. He was surrounded by love by his family, singing and praying when he left this world gently. I am in disbelief and suffering everywhere. My heart is broken because I can’t imagine our lives without him. Nick was so bright. He was everyone’s friend, loved to listen, help and especially talk. He was an incredible actor and musician. He loved his family and loved being a father and husband. Elvis and I will miss him in everything we do every day. Icks Knicks is a wonderful doctor, Dr. David NG, you were my positive doctor! There are not many doctors like you. Kind, smart, sympathetic, determined and always interested in hearing my insane ideas or call another doctor for me for a second opinion. You are a diamond in the rough. . These I can’t begin to thank everyone enough for the flow of love, support and support I’ve received over the last 95 days. You have no idea how much you lifted my spirits at three o’clock every day when I sang the world’s Knicks song Live Your Life. We sang it to him today, holding his hand. As I sang to him the last line, “They will give you hell but you will not enlighten them. Kill your light without fighting. Survive your life.” I smiled because he must have fought. I love you forever and always my favorite man.

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Cordoro was hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in March 2020 after testing positive for the cornovirus. During his hospital stay, he was completely amputated, given a temporary pacemaker, and placed in a medically induced coma.

He was in the intensive care unit for more than 90 days and suffered from additional complications such as lung infections and septic shock.

Clots was giving updates on Cordor’s status on his Instagram stories throughout his hospital stay. Most recently, he told Gayle King that he would probably need a double lung transplant if he survived. Many have shown their support with posts and videos using #WakeUpNick.

Cordordo first appeared on the Broadway stage in 2012 for “Rock of Edge” as the man in the Dennis and record company. In 2014, he received a Tony nomination and a Drama Desk nomination for his role as Chech in Woody Allen’s musical adaptation of “Bullets Over Broadway.” She appeared as Earl in “Waitress,” and as Sony in “A Bronx’s Tale of the Musical,” for which she was nominated for a Drama Desk Award.

On television, he played guest roles in “Choir as Folk” and “Lillihammer” and repeated as Victor Lugo in “Blue Bloods” and as Anthony Marino in “Law Enforcement: Special Hunting Unit”.

Growing up in Hamilton, Ontario, Cordoro Ryerson studied at the university but left a bit behind singing for the Lovemedoth band. After leaving New York for Canada, he landed the role of Toxy of Broadway in “The Toxic Avenger”.

Cordero is survived by his wife, who was a former Radio City rocket and dancer, and their son, Elvis.

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