Sad news comes in as Candy Palmater apparently passed away. The Canadian actress and comedian, who led The Candy Show and appears on Sleepwa Park Boys, died peacefully at her home in Toronto on Christmas Day. A cause of death has not been revealed, but her death has been confirmed by her partner and manager, Denise Tompkins. Palmater was 53 years old.
“Posted by Denise. I have few words. Candy died suddenly at home today. I will post information soon,” Tompkins posted on The Candy Show‘s Instagram account Saturday.
The Candy Show was created and presented by Palmater on APTN. She also served as a regular co-presenter on CTV’s afternoon talk show. The Social. On Twitter, the program’s official account also posted a message in honor of Palmater.
“Today our whole team is saddened by the sudden passing of our good friend Candy Palmater, who has always made us smile a little bigger, laugh a little louder and think a little more critically about the world around us. We think “to her beloved. Today. She will be deeply missed,” the message read.
“Candy was an incredible talent but also a really special person,” he added. CBC News general manager Susan Marjetti. “It’s such a loss. Another light went out into the world today.”
Palmater also offered The Candy Palmater Show on CBC Radio One and the CBC TV series True North calling. She also served as a panelist on CBC Canada Reads in 2017. Although she was an entertainment star, Palmater previously studied law and worked as a lawyer and also worked for the Nova Scotia government. She recently completed an autobiography that is expected to be released in 2022.
Sleepwa Park Boys fans will also remember that Palmater appeared as the character Candy in several episodes of the popular comedy show‘s 10th season in 2016. A message of tribute posted on the program’s official Twitter account reads: “Heartbreaking news: Actor, comedian, broadcaster (and bad nipple spinner) Candy Palmater sadly passed away on Christmas Day. Send all our love of Sunnyvale. ”
Before her death, Palmater was featured in the upcoming CBC Television sitcom Start the Burbs. The series, which also stars Andrew Phung, Rakhee Morzaria, Zoriah Wong and Roman Pesino, will premiere on January 5, 2022. She is listed in the credits for the pilot episode on IMDb, though it is unclear how many episodes in total she will appear in. It will also mark her final acting credit. Along with her role in Sleepwa Park Boys, Palmater also has recurring roles as Louella on Sex & Violence and Agness in Forgive me.
“When asked to describe myself, I always say I’m a gay indigenous recovery lawyer who became a feminist cartoon, raised by motorcyclists in the wilderness of northern New Brunswick,” Palmater said in a 2016 interview with the Toronto Star. “I’m very interested in loving kindness, and the idea of self-acceptance. I feel that every time you open a magazine, watch a movie, turn on the television, you’re constantly told you’re not enough: not rich. enough, not pretty enough, not skinny enough … I think we are all more than enough, but we are not told often enough. ”
At this point, our thoughts are with those close to Palmater who feel the pain of her passing. We thank her for her contributions and the laughter. Rest in peace, Candy Palmater.
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