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Roast Battle Canada comedian dies at 32

Nick Nemeroff, who performed at Just for Laughs in Montreal, Canada, and appeared on CTV Comedy’s Battle Canada Roast, is dead. He was 32 years old.

“Nick’s dedication to stand-up comedy was admirable and produced amazing results. He starred on Conan before the age of 30 and has been featured in several television tapings, most recently CTV’s Battle Canada Roast“, wrote the late comedian’s family via Instagram on Monday, June 27. “He won acclaim in Canada and the United States, becoming both a “comic book comic” and a success with crowds who were enamored by its unique cadence, its labyrinthine impassiveness and its freshness. take comedy-focused in the wrong direction.

The statement continued: “Infinitely gentle, supportive of others, humble about his many skills and accomplishments, Nick Nemeroff lived his life doing what he loved, and that is how he will be remembered. RIP Nick. We love you.”

Nemeroff’s agency, Grand Wave Entertainment, also reacted to his death, tweeting, “We are deeply saddened by the sudden passing of Nick Nemeroff. We were so proud to see Nick become one of Canada’s most popular and respected comedians.

According Radio-Canada Newsthe manager of the native of Canada, Morgan floodnoted that his client “died in his sleep” but no cause of death was given.

Prior to his sudden passing, Nemeroff appeared on Conan, The new wave of stand-up and The Stand Up Show with Jon Dore. He also released a comedy album titled This comedy chase ruined my lifewhich was nominated for a Juno Award in 2021.

The System error star has already reflected on the hard work that went into creating the album. “I love stand-up and jokes more than anything, unfortunately, and this album is the culmination of doing that every night for the past seven years,” he told CBC in 2020. My biggest hope though is that they leave the album thinking I’m hot.

At the time, Nemeroff spoke of returning to Canada from Los Angeles to record the project. “I love and miss the Toronto comedy scene a lot and I knew that was the only place I would want to record my first album,” he continued. “Los Angeles and New York will always kind of reign supreme because they have more opportunities, as well as tireless buzz machines, but in terms of comedy quality, Toronto is my number one.”

No funeral service has been announced for Nemeroff. His obituary page, however, asked that those mourning Nemeroff donate to a chapter of Planned Parenthood since it was “one of the last things” the late actor did.

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