‘Blue Bloods’ fans remember Nick Cordero after Show’s tribute in midseason finale

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Blue blood Cast and fans remembered Nick Cordero, the Broadway actor who died after a three-month battle with complications from the coronavirus in July. Cordero appeared in three episodes of the long-running crime drama and received a brief tribute at the end of Friday night’s episode, “Atonement.” The episode served as the show’s midseason finale, as the next episode won’t air until Friday, Jan.8 at 10 p.m. ET.
After the last scene of the show, a brief title card appeared on screen that read, “In Memory of Nick Cordero”. Donnie Wahlberg, who plays the role of Dt. Danny Reagan shared the card on Twitter. “We really miss you, my friend,” Wahlberg wrote. Vanessa Ray, who plays Officer Eddie Janko-Reagan, also shared the tribute on her Instagram page. “Thank you, Nick, for sharing your unparalleled talent on [Blue Bloods]She writes. Ray also sent his love to Cordero’s widow, Amanda Kloots, and their one-year-old son, Elvis. BB family forever, ”added Ray.

Cordero was best known for his stage roles in Balls on Broadway and Rock of ages. While working in New York, he also appeared in two episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and three episodes of Blue blood. Candidate Tony moved to Los Angeles just before the pandemic and was hospitalized at the end of March. He was in intensive care for over 90 days before his death. He was 41 years old.

Kloots, a fitness trainer, kept fans informed about every step of Cordero’s hospitalization and continued to share memories of the talented artist. On Saturday, she shared a photo of a smiling Cordero cradling Elvis during Cordero’s last Christmas. Kloots called it “one of my favorite photos” of father and son. “It was last Christmas,” Kloots explained. “My family flew to South Carolina and spent a Christmas at the [Montage Palmetto Bluff]. I will never forget him. Kiss your loved ones. “
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When Blue blood returns in the New Year, another Broadway actor will make an appearance. Ali Stroker, who won a Tony for the last cover of Oklahoma!, will make an appearance as a detective who hopes Commissioner Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) will keep him on active duty. Stroker made history as the first actress to use a wheelchair to get around on a Broadway stage. The episode, titled “Redemption,” also stars Danny and Baez (Marisa Ramirez) on the hunt for a rideshare rapist. Jamie (Will Estes) and Eddie help another officer who is shot and Erin (Bridget Moynahan) must sentence a man convicted of homicide to the car.
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