The entertainment world is shocked by the death of one of the greats, Nick Cordero , and that is that the COVID-19 does not respect and has robbed us of a talented and great human being. Many of the famous have not yet been able to process such a loss and have expressed their immense sadness through social networks.

The artist was hospitalized for 95 days fighting against the aftermath of the coronavirus but died on July 5, leaving his wife Amanda Kloots and their little boy of just 1 year, Elvis, so the messages were immediate.

The actor had been in the hospital for 95 days fighting against the sequelae that the Covid-19 left him, waiting for a double lung transplant that never happened.

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The great actor, producer and playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda, expressed through his Twitter profile the immense pain for the death of his friend and sent all his love to his family.

“I am devastated. What a great loss, what light. My whole heart goes out to Amanda and her family tonight, ”wrote the also composer.

One of the first to express his deep feelings on his Instagram account was the actor Zach Braff, who was Cordero’s partner in the movie “Bullets Over Broadway” and also his friend, who highlighted how cordial and affectionate Nick was.

“Honestly, I have never met a kinder person. But Covid doesn’t care about the purity of your soul or the goodness of your heart. In the last text message I received from him, he asked me to take care of his wife and one-year-old son, Elvis. I promise the world that nothing will ever happen to them. I am so incredibly grateful to have Nick Cordero in my life. Rest in peace ”, reads the script writer’s message.

Sara Bareilles, the singer who created the lyrics and music for the musical Waitress, work in which Cordero was part wrote: “It was light. Kind and gentle. Talented and humble. Fun and friendly. He had the best smile. I send my love to love warrior Amanda Kloots and little Elvis, and a big hug to anyone who is feeling the loss of this great heart. Rest in peace, dear Nick. We love you”.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson, protagonist of “Modern Family”, not only expressed his sorrow for the death of the great actor, but also insisted the followers to take good care of themselves and strengthen the rules of prevention because it is the only way that exists to prevent the pandemic the coronavirus continues to spread and destroy thousands of lives.

Sara Bareilles, the singer who created the lyrics and music for the musical Waitress, work in which Cordero was part wrote: “It was light. Kind and gentle. Talented and humble. Fun and friendly. He had the best smile. I send my love to love warrior Amanda Kloots and little Elvis, and a big hug to anyone who is feeling the loss of this great heart. Rest in peace, dear Nick. We love you”.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson, protagonist of “Modern Family”, not only expressed his sorrow for the death of the great actor, but also insisted the followers to take good care of themselves and strengthen the rules of prevention because it is the only way that exists to prevent the pandemic the coronavirus continues to spread and destroy thousands of lives.

 

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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