The Canadian comedian Nick Nemeroff, who appeared at Just for Laughs and took part in CTV Comedy’s Roast Battle Canada, has passed away. He was 32. “Nick’s commitment to stand-up comedy was commendable and yielded incredible results. He appeared in several TV tapings, most recently CTV’s Roast Battle Canada, and performed on Conan before the age of 30, according to the late comedian’s family, who posted a message on Instagram on Monday, June 27.
He received praise in both Canada and the US, emerging as a “comic’s comedian” and becoming popular with audiences who were mesmerized by his distinctive cadence, convoluted deadpan, and novel approach to misdirection-driven humor. The statement said, “Nick Nemeroff lived his life doing what he loved, and that is how he will be remembered. Endlessly lovely, supportive of others, and humble about his numerous abilities and successes. Nick, RIP. We cherish you.
Grand Wave Entertainment, Nemeroff’s company, also responded to his demise by tweeting, “We are very grieved by the tragic passing of Nick Nemeroff. Nick’s development into one of Canada’s most well-known and respected comedians has made us really proud. The manager of the Canadian native, Morgan Flood, told CBC News that his client “died in his sleep,” but that no cause of death had been disclosed.
Comedian Nick Nemeroff has died at age 32, his family said in a statement mourning his “sudden passing.” https://t.co/3q6PuDNAPB
— NBC News (@NBCNews) June 28, 2022
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Nemeroff featured on Conan, The New Wave of Stand-Up, and The Stand-Up Show with Jon Dore before his unexpected death. Additionally, he issued the comedic album This Pursuit of Comedy Has Ruined My Life, which received a 2021 Juno Award nomination.
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The System Error singer has discussed the labor-intensive process that went into making the record. He admitted to CBC in 2020, “I love stand-up and jokes more than anything, regrettably, and this record is the result of doing it every night for the past seven years.” My greatest wish, though, is that they think I’m attractive after listening to the music.
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Nemeroff disclosed at the time that he had returned to Canada from Los Angeles to record the album. I knew that was the only place I’d ever want to make my debut album because I love and miss the Toronto comedy community, he continued. Los Angeles and New York will always sort of rule since they have more possibilities and buzz mills that never stop churning, but Toronto is my top pick for comic quality.
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There are no plans to have funeral ceremonies for Nemeroff. However, Nemeroff’s obituary website asks that individuals in mourning make a donation to a Planned Parenthood affiliate because that was “one of the last things” the late actor did.