Candy Palmater Death: Canadian comedian, Candy Palmater dies unexpectedly, Cause of Death

Candy Palmater Death – Cause of Death: Canadian comedian, Candy Palmater has passed away unexpectedly.

Candy Palmater was the creator and writer of her own national TV show for APTN, ‘The Candy Show’, and hosted the daily interview series The Candy Palmater Show on CBC Radio One in summer 2016.

Palmater died at her home in Toronto on December 25, 2021, at the age of 53. She had been struggling with an illness for several weeks and was recently discharged from hospital.

Palmater was born December 4, 1968 in Point La Nim, New Brunswick. She was the youngest of seven children. She attended Dalhousie Regional High School, where she was active in sports.

She was nominated for an East Coast Music Award for Media Person of the Year in 2013. The Candy Show was also nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Direction in a Variety or Comedy TV Series, for director Trevor Grant. For her work on the television series Forgive Me, she was nominated for an ACTRA Award for Best Supporting Actress.

In 2017, Palmater was presented with the Bonham Centre Award from The Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, University of Toronto, for her contributions to the advancement and education of issues around sexual identification.

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