- Arose on Conan at Just for Laughs and Winnipeg Comedy Festival.
- Nemeroff passed Monday, according to an obituary published on a Montreal funeral home site.
Nick Nemeroff, the Montreal-raised standup humorist whose debut album was set for a Juno prize last year, has passed at age 32.
Nemeroff perished Monday, according to an obituary posted on a Montreal funeral home site.
In a text note to CBC News, his manager, Morgan Flood of Grand Wave Entertainment, stated he didn’t know the reason for his demise but that he “died in his sleep.”
A post on Nemeroff’s Instagram handles remembered him as a “comic’s comic” with a “unique rhythm, labyrinthine deadpan, and a new take on misdirection-driven humor.” “If Nick was on a comedy performance, he was assured to leave with new fans. And he deserved to, because the humor was, in many ways, his life,” the post said.
Nemeroff lately lived in Toronto and was selected for comedy album of the year at the 2021 Junos for his debut, This Pursuit of Comedy Has Ruined My Life.
“I love standup and jokes more than anything, unfortunately, and this album is the realization of doing it every evening for the past seven years,” he told CBC in 2020, announcing its release.
Source – cbc.ca