Actor Nick Cordero dies of coronavirus

Actor Nick Cordero has died after months of contracting the COVID-19 virus, his wife Amanda Kelos has announced. Nick died at the age of 41. “Now God has another angel in heaven. My dear husband passed away this morning. His family’s love and support for him to leave this world peacefully. Songs “I will be surrounded by prayers,” Amanda said on her Instagram account last night.

Nick’s wife, Amanda, was suffering from the virus. He regularly posts news about amputations on his social media account. Amanda says Nick has been battling the disease for 95 days. Nick, born in Canada, grew up in Ontario and made his acting debut in 2012. Two years later, in 2014, she was nominated for a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for her role in “Bullets Over Broadway.” He won the Theater World Award and the Outer Critics Circle Award for his play.

Nick has been successful not only in dramas but also in series. Nick and Amanda met together on “Bullets over Broadway” and got married in 2017. Amanda was a former drama actress and now a Gym Trainer.

Nick was hospitalized in March at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. I became very ill with the coronavirus and spent a lot of time with a respirator. In April, Nick had his leg amputated. For several days a week, Nick was unconscious. That’s why the hashtag #WakeupNick has appeared on social media to encourage Nick’s recovery.

In May, Amanda posted on Instagram that Nick remembered. Nick was so weak that he had to improve. But earlier this month, Nick’s lost a lot of blood and stopped bleeding, Amanda said. “We learned that COVID-19 had severely damaged Nick’s lungs. They say he looks like he’s been smoking for 50 years. That much damage to the lungs, ”Amanda said.

Nick was in critical condition and had to undergo two lung transplants. Lung transplantation was less likely. On Sunday, Nick died of COVID-19.