Who Is Nick Cordero Bio, Age, Wife, Son, Shows, Coronavirus

Nick Cordero

Nick Cordero Biography

Nick Cordero is a Canadian Broadway actor known for his role as Cheech in the musical ‘Bullets Over Broadway’ which earned him the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical and a Theater World Award for the role.

Nick Cordero Age

Nicki was born on September 17, 1978 in Hamilton, Canada.

Nick Cordero Hamilton

Nick grew up in Hamilton, Ontario. He attended Ryerson University for two years and left to perform in the band Lovemethod.

Nick Cordero Wife

Nick is married to Amanda Kloots, a celebrity trainer from Ohio. She posts video content and live workouts on her page. She recently launched a subscription service for her videos. They have one son known as Elvis Eduardo.

Nick Cordero Broadway Shows

  1. Rock of Ages
  2. Bullets Over Broadway
  3. Waitress
  4. A Bronx Tale The Musical

Nick Cordero Net worth

Nick’s net worth is under review.

Nick Cordero Coronavirus

On April 1, 2020 Amanda posted on her Instagram page that Nick was in the ICU and unconscious with what seemed like COVID-19 after he misdiagnosed with pneumonia. She revealed that Nick got two false negative tests for COVID-19 before being diagnosed. The third was positive after they got a sample from his chest cavity.


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My sweet husband needs your prayers please. Nick has been sick for awhile with what we were told last week was pneumonia. Unfortunately we think he was misdiagnosed and we are waiting to hear if this is in fact COVID. He is scared, in the ICU and now unconscious so his body can get enough oxygen. We are all trying to stay positive and strong knowing that he is in the best care. I miss him terribly. I’m not allowed there to visit of course and can do nothing to help him. Nick is scared too, this has gone from bad to worse. He isn’t allowed to eat or drink, he is very weak and having a hard time breathing. Elvis and I are feeling completely fine. My hubby is fighting like a champ but this is serious. Please stay home everybody. Thank you to everyone who has been helping us so far you know who are and you are all angels. 🙏🏻

A post shared by AK! ⭐️ (@amandakloots) on Apr 1, 2020 at 5:18am PDT

During an interview with Buzzfeed News Amanda said that when Nick got sickhis symptoms were completely different than what they were expecting from COVID-19. She said that one night in early March he woke up sweaty, chilled and feeling bad. She said that a few days after that he was totally fine.

On March 19, he again started feeling sick and spent the next six days in bed, completely exhausted. She added that Nick didn’t have a fever or a cough, so they assumed it couldn’t be COVID-19.

On March 26 he passed out while trying to change their son’s diaper which led to them seeking medical attention. The doctor didn’t think he had the disease, though, so they sent him home with medication.

Nick got worse over the weekend with heavy breathing and a heavy cough. He was finally taken to the emergency room for new medication. Amanda said they both figured he would be home in a few hours, but he later called her and said his oxygen levels were low and he would be moved to the ICU. After a day in the ICU, Nick called again.

“He said, ‘I love you, they have decided to put me on a ventilator with a breathing tube and I’m gonna go unconscious and I don’t know when I’ll wake up, and I don’t know when I’ll be able to talk to you again.’”

Nick Cordero Amputation

On April 16, 2020 Amanda said that Nick’s right leg will be amputated to fix a blood flow issue. He has been sedated for 18 days and is currently in the ICU at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in California on a ventilator.

“We got some difficult news yesterday. Basically we’ve had issues in his right leg with clotting and getting blood down to his toes and it just isn’t happening with surgery and everything. So they had him on blood thinners for the clotting. Unfortunately, the blood thinners were causing some other issues — blood pressure and some internal bleeding in his intestines. So we took him off the blood thinners. But that again was going to cause some clotting in the right leg, so the right leg will be amputated today.”

Nick Cordero GoFundMe

On April 18, 2020 a GoFundMe page was set to help support Nick and his family as he fights Coronavirus. According to the page he is hooked up to a ventilator, dialysis machine and ecmo while doctors are having trouble getting blood flow to his leg, and even waking him up.