Nick Cordero Net Worth, Bio, Parents, Wife, Son, Death, Movies, TV Shows

By | April 14, 2024

Nick Cordero Biography

Nick was a TV and film actor who hailed from Canada. He became famous for his job in the 2014 Broadway Musical Bullets Over Broadway, a part appointed for the Tony Prize in a Musical and two times for the Drama Desk Awards for Best cast Actors.

How old was Nick before His Death?

Nick who was born on September 17th 1978, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada passed away at the age of 41 on July 5th 2020. His real name was Nicholas Eduardo Alberto Cordero.

Does Nick Cordero – Family – Parents

He was the son to a Costa Rica father and a Canadian mother Lesley. He had two siblings; sister Amanda and brother Matt Cordero at the time of his demise.

Who was Nick Cordero’s wife?

He was husband to dancer Amanda Kloots, who he knew while working on Bullets Over Broadway, and got married in 2017 they stayed together till his death. They had a son together Elvis Eduardo, who was given birth to in 2019.

Nick Cordero Net Worth

Cordero had gathered a great fortune from his acting profession. He left a net worth estimated at $1 million.

Nick Cordero Sickness and Death

Come March of 2020, COVID-19 was diagnosed and hospitalized on 30th March under severe conditions with a fan, dialysis and extra corporeal membrane oxygenation were used (ECMO). He suffered severe lung damage mentioning holes in his lungs, by May 1st 2020, and had a tracheotomy tube put in his right leg on the occasion of cutting of blood clots due to complications of his illness on April 18th 2020.

Cordero passed away in Los Angeles on 5th July 2020, at the age of 41, after 95 days of hospitalization. He cremated his body. A new name for Longacre Theater in Manhattan after Cordero was unveiled on 7th July 2020.

Nick Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Nick guest-anchoured on the American crime drama TV series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in the show Melancholy Pursuit as Robby Marino and in the show The Darkest Journey Home as Anthony Marino.

Nick Cordero Blue Bloods

He featured as Victor Lugo in the Season 8 episodes, ‘Out of the Blue’, ‘Heavy is the Head’, and ‘Your Six’ of the CBS crime drama TV series Blue Bloods.

Nick Cordero Movies

  •  2019; Inside Game
  • 2019; Mob Town
  •  2017; Going in Style
  •  2016; A Stand Up Guy
  •  2011; Don Juan; Don Juan
  •  2007; Apartments at 254

Nick Cordero TV Shows

  •  2015, 2019; Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  • 2017; Side by Side by Susan Blackwell
  •  2017–2018; Blue Bloods
  •  2015; The Talk
  •  2015; 68th Tony Awards
  •  2014; Lilyhammer
  •  2014; The Show
  •  2005; Queer as Folk

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