Amanda Kloots ‘Heartbroken’ Over Nick Cordero’s Death: ‘Words Can’t Describe How Much I Will Miss Him’

Amanda Kloots opened up about the tragic passing of her husband

Nick Cordero
in a new interview on Wednesday (July 8).

“My husband was a very special man,” she
told People
. “He was everyone’s friend. We taught each
other things, challenging each other to grow. We loved to sing and
dance wherever we were. Just looking at him doing the simplest
things would bring a smile to my face.”

Cordero passed away July 5 following a lengthy, arduous battle
with COVID-19. Over more than three months in the hospital, the
Broadway actor suffered numerous complications due to the virus,
including multiple lung infections, septic shock and the amputation
of his right leg.

“As a husband I don’t think a day went by that he didn’t
say to me, ‘I’m the luckiest,’” Kloots continued. “Words
can’t describe how much I will miss him, his presence, his voice.
I’m heartbroken.”

The Tony-nominated actor, who appeared in Broadway’s Waitress,
A Bronx Tale, Bullets Over Broadway and more, is survived by Kloots
as well as the couple’s 1-year-old son Elvis.

Amanda Kloots opened up about the tragic passing of her husband

Nick Cordero in a new interview on Wednesday (July 8).
“My husband was a very special man,” she
told People. “He was everyone’s friend. We taught each
other things, challenging each other to grow. We loved to sing and
dance wherever we were. Just looking at him doing the simplest
things would bring a smile to my face.”
Cordero passed away July 5 following a lengthy, arduous battle
with COVID-19. Over more than three months in the hospital, the
Broadway actor suffered numerous complications due to the virus,
including multiple lung infections, septic shock and the amputation
of his right leg.
“As a husband I don’t think a day went by that he didn’t
say to me, ‘I’m the luckiest,’” Kloots continued. “Words
can’t describe how much I will miss him, his presence, his voice.
I’m heartbroken.”

The Tony-nominated actor, who appeared in Broadway’s Waitress,
A Bronx Tale, Bullets Over Broadway and more, is survived by Kloots
as well as the couple’s 1-year-old son Elvis.

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