On Monday, Nick Nemeroff, a Canadian comedian, suddenly died at 32. His family posted the sad news about his death on social media.

His  family confirmed that the sudden death of the stand-up star, who was  nominated to receive a Juno Award as Comedy Album of Year for 2020's  'The Pursuit of Comedy has Ruined My Life'

Nick  posted a statement on his Instagram page: "It is in profound sadness  that I announce the sudden death of my beloved brother Nick Nemeroff.

Nick's commitment to standup comedy was remarkable and led to amazing results He was a popular comic in Canada and the USA,

winning acclaim for his unique cadence, labyrinthine deadpan and new take on misdirection-driven comedy.

Nick would always find new fans if he appeared on a comedy program. He deserved it, as comedy was his life.

Nick  was a sweet and generous person who supported others and was humble  about his accomplishments. He lived his life doing what he enjoyed, and  that is how he'll be remembered

We love you, Nick. We love you.  Nick, a native of Montreal, Quebec, had previously appeared on Conan O'Brien's talk program 'Conan'.

He also made appearances at the Montreal Comedy Festival Just for Laughs and the Winnipeg Comedy Festival.

He  also appears in two episodes on the second series comedy TV show,  'Roast Canada'. In this episode, comedians roast one another

In  this episode, comedians roast one another and a panel of judges -  Sabrina Jalees and K. Trevor Wilson- determines the winner of each  battle.

Many stars paid tribute to the comedian, including Alan Shane Lewis (co-host of "The Great Canadian Baking Show").

He wrote, "I'm at loss for words." Your presence will be deeply missed. To any family members who are reading this, my condolences. Nick was a wonderful person

Robby Hoffman, TV writer, wrote this Instagram post: "Such an amazing beautiful boy!"  Melanie Bracewell, a New Zealand comedian posted the following: "So sad Nick, Rest in Peace Nick"