Broadway Star Quentin Mare Dies At 49

Quentin Mare, a famous Broadway actor from Chicago, has passed away at age 49. The actor’s death was confirmed on Tuesday, April 23. He had been living in New York City before passing away from what has been described as natural causes.
Time Out theater critic Adam Feldman confirmed the news of Mare’s passing on social media.
“Very sad to learn of the death earlier today of the much-loved Quentin Maré, one of those local actors we take for granted will be around and doing quietly great work forever,” Feldman wrote on Twitter.
Mare was found dead on April 21.
His passing is not only a personal tragedy for his friends and loved ones but also a reminder of the impossible conditions actors in New York have to endure, trying to sustain a career in the theater and keep body and soul together,” said Brian Cox of Broadway World.
All of the information we know about Mare’s passing can be seen below.

Quentin Mare Cause of Death: ‘Natural causes’

According to early reports, Mare passed away from “natural causes,” according to Broadway World.
Mare is survived by his daughter, Ella; his partner, costume designer Sarah Laux; his parents, Roberta Catherine Jackson and Petrus Maré; his sisters, Nicole Maré Kochackis and Traci Maré Pryhuber, and half-sister, Penny Bunton.
Our deepest condolences go out to Mare’s family and friends during this difficult and tragic time.

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