Montreal’s very own Nick passed away on Monday. He left a shock wave for many comedy fans across the country.
“Truly a devastating loss to the Toronto and Montreal comedy communities, where he developed and perfected his unique performance and delivery style,” Grand Wave Entertainment made a statement after his death Monday evening.
“Nick will be sorely missed, and fondly remembered.”
Nemeroff had made quite a name for himself since sat foot in the comedy world. He has appeared on many famous shows such as Conan, and Just for laughs on CBC. He made an album the pursuit of comedy has ruined my life which was close to winning Juno award.
“We have been so proud to watch Nick grow into one of Canada’s most popular and respected comedians,” wrote Grand Wave.
Nick Nemeroff started his career with Radio:
he was raised in Montreal west and joined the Royal west academy. He later climbed to Ryerson’s Radio and Television shows.
“He leaves behind a large group of dedicated friends spread across the many places he has lived: Montreal, Toronto, Los Angeles, and Australia,” they said.
He made it to Conan very young and he was popular in a niche market as well as a mass audience.
“unique cadence, labyrinthine deadpan, and [a] fresh take on misdirection-driven comedy,” his family added.
Nick Nemeroff was a business school student:
the local newspaper wrote an article when he turned 32. They also informed that he went to Dawson College and learned at a business school before finally taking on Comedy as a career.
“family, friends, and the Montreal Canadiens were all of great importance to him,” his family further added
“Endlessly Sweet, supportive of others, humble about his many skills and achievements, Nick Nemeroff lived his life doing what he loved, and that is how he will be remembered.”
No funeral arrangement information has been given yet.
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