The cause of death of “Big Little Lies” director Jean-Marc Vallée is known

Jean-Marc Vallée’s cause of death was revealed in a statement from his family.

That Big little lies and Dallas Buyers Club Director died suddenly on Christmas Day (December 25) in Quebec.

On Wednesday (04/13) meeting reported that the death was attributed to “a fatal cardiac arrhythmia secondary to severe coronary artery atherosclerosis,” according to a final coroner’s report.

This follows an initial report dated December 31 that could not trace Vallée’s death to an exact cause.

However, it was said at the time that the director had died of natural causes, stating: “Mr Vallée’s death was not caused by the intervention of any other party, a voluntary act or a known illness.”

Vallée’s sons, Alex and Émile, expressed their gratitude for the messages of condolence they have received in the time since his death.

“Testimonies of friendship, appreciation and respect for our father and for his work continue to come from around the world,” they said.

The filmmaker died suddenly at his cabin outside Quebec City, his representative said (Ian West/PA).

(PA Archive)

The message continued, “We are sincerely grateful and hope that his creativity will continue to serve as inspiration and guidance to those in this industry he was so passionate about.”

At the time of the director’s death, many of his former collaborators posted tributes and memorial messages online.

Reese Witherspoon who worked with him Big little liesHer heart was “broken” by his loss, she said.

Matthew McConaughey, who won the Oscars for his role Dallas Buyers ClubHe remembered Vallée as someone of “a gentle hand and heart” who “didn’t romanticize life as much as he romanticized life.”

He wrote, “From the struggle, to the pain, to the winks and whispers, love stories were everywhere in his eyes.”

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/jeanmarc-vallee-cause-of-death-b2057929.html The cause of death of “Big Little Lies” director Jean-Marc Vallée is known


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