Robert Cormier’s cause of death: a ‘tragic accident’ killed
Canadian actor Robert Cormier died at age 33 , who appeared in the drama “Heartland” has
Cormier actor died Friday in Etobicoke, Ontario, according to his obituary. He died in the hospital of injuries he sustained in a fall, his sister told his talent agent’s office.
Cormier played Finn Cotter on “Heartland” and appeared in the TV show “Designated Survivor” in 2016, the series “Slasher” in 2019 and “American Gods” in 2021, according to IMDb.
Cormier’s sister Stephanie shared a family statement saying: “Robbie passed away as the result of a tragic accident.
“The family of Robbie Cormier would like to thank everyone that has reached out for all their love and support,” it said. “Our family would like to thank everyone at the Critical Care team in Toronto for their compassionate care they provided Robbie and the kindness they showed our family. We will be forever grateful.
“Robbie was loved by many and his unexpected death has left us devastated,” the statement continued. “While we are broken-hearted, we take comfort in the overwhelming love and support shown to our family by Robbie’s friends, colleagues and fans. Thank you.”
“Heartland” shared a tribute to Cormier on social media, calling him “a beloved member of the Heartland cast the last two seasons.”