Nick Cordero was a “huge part of the “Blue Bloods” family,” according to Donnie Wahlberg.


Nick Cordero was a “huge part of the “Blue Bloods” family,” according to Donnie Wahlberg.

Nick Cordero made multiple appearances on Blue Bloods. The cast members openly expressed their grief over his untimely death. Donnie Wahlberg, who plays Danny Reagan in the film, recently spoke about working with Cordero.

Nick Cordero, the actor from ‘Blue Bloods,’ died.

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Cordero, who was 41 years old at the time of his death, died on July 7, 2020. After being admitted to the intensive care unit at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, he died. After contracting the coronavirus (COVID-19), the actor had his leg amputated due to complications.

“Bullets Over Broadway,” “Waitress,” and “A Bronx Tale” were among the plays in which he appeared. He also appeared on television, portraying Victor Lugo in three episodes of Blue Bloods in season 8.

Danny Reagan and Maria Baez (Marisa Ramirez) question Lugo about his ties to the mob as part of a murder investigation. This time, a cop was assassinated. After some convincing, Lugo agreed to assist Danny and Baez.

After that, Cordero took on a few more roles. He was in two episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He was also in the movies Mob Town and Inside Game.

Donnie Wahlberg says Nick Cordero ‘was a huge part of the ‘Blue Bloods’ family

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Wahlberg appeared on The Talk on March 25, 2021, with his wife, Jenny McCarthy. Cordero’s widow, Amanda Kloots, was a co-host for the episode, and they talked about her husband.

“My husband, Nick got to do a few episodes with Donnie on Blue Bloods,” Kloots said. “And gosh, he enjoyed working with you so much I have to tell you. He would always come home and would have just the kindest things to say about you.”

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