Albert Ezerzer had a significant role in the entertainment industry as a driver and member of the transport team for numerous American TV shows and movies. One of his most notable contributions was to the popular TV show Suits. Tragically, his life was cut short in 2014 when he passed away at the age of 55 due to complications from an Aortic Aneurysm Rupture.
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How Did Albert Ezerzer Passed Away?
Albert Ezerzer took his last breathe on May 9, 2014, when he was only 55 years old. His cause of death is aortic aneurysm rupture which is a rupture that can cause life-threatening internal bleeding. Some symptoms of the illness includes Sudden, intense and persistent belly or back pain, which may feel like ripping or tearing.
Albert Ezerzer Last Words
Even facing countless challenges and setbacks throughout his life, Albert Ezerzer never allowed himself to be defeated. As he uttered his final words,
“I may have lost the battle, but I’ll never lose my spirit”
It became obvious that his unstoppable personality would live on as an inspiration to all who had the benefit of knowing him. Albert Ezerzer’s legacy would forever be marked by his constant strength.
Albert Ezerzer Movies
Albert Ezerzer is best known for working in famous movies such as, The Desperate Choice (1996), Every 9 Seconds (1997), No One Can Protect Her (1996), The Big Heist (2001), Riding the Bus with My Sister (2005), Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming (2007), Gilda Radner: Its Always Something (2002), and The Latest Buzz (2007 to 2008).
Lesser Known Facts About Albert Ezerzer
- Although Ezerzer worked as a driver on more than thirty films during his twenty-plus years in acting career.
- He was never cast in a leading or even supporting role.