Michael J. Cutt, who was well-known for his role in the movie Volcano, passed away on Christmas Eve. Let’s see, how did Volcano actor die and Michael Cutt cause of death in detail.
How did Michael Cutt, die?
Michael Cutt, a Hollywood actor who acted in the movies like Volcano (1997), Kiss the Girls (1997), and Chicago Hope (1994) sadly passed away on December 24, 2022.
Jay Anthony Franke confirmed this news on his social media post the message reads,
“A great TV dad and friend passed away on Christmas Eve. RIP Michael J. Cutt. You will be missed. “Yup yup yupperoo!”
Michael Cutt cause of death:
Michael J. Cutt cause of death was not disclosed yet. In 2017, Cutt was diagnosed with Acute Traumatic Central Cord Syndrome after hitting with the ice sheet.
On his way to the gym at 5:30 in the morning during the severe winter storm in early January, Michael tripped and fell on a sheet of ice and hit his tail bone and broke his neck.
Michael fell and instantly became paralyzed, lying in the street until the EMTs arrived and took him to the hospital.
Recently in August his daughter, Caitlin Lemaire disclosed that Michael has been diagnosed with a very aggressive brain tumor, a glioblastoma. He also underwent palliative chemo and radiation.
However, it is not known, whether these illnesses have the connection to his death.
Who was Michael J. Cutt?
Michael Cutt was an actor who spent the majority of his Hollywood career in television. Cutt debuted in television comedies including “Designing Women” (CBS, 1986–1993) and “Herman’s Head” during the beginning of his acting career (Fox, 1991-94).
He was also a part of the “Something Is Out There” miniseries (1987-88). Additionally, he was in the television film “Guess Who’s Coming for Christmas?” (NBC, 1990-91).
Michael J. Cutt began his acting career by appearing in thrillers starring Mimi Rogers, such as “Hider in the House” (1989).
Throughout the 1990s, he continued to consistently work in television, making an appearance on “Likely Suspects.”Fox, 1992-93) and “Dave’s World” (CBS, 1993-97). He also appeared in the TV programme “Montana Crossroads” (ABC, 1993-94).
He was cast in “Menendez: A Killing in Beverly Hills,” a miniseries (1993-94). Additionally, he appeared in the television movies “Past Tense” and “Dying to Love You” (CBS, 1992–93). (Showtime, 1993-94).
During this time, he also appeared in television shows like “Likely Suspects” (Fox, 1992–1993) and “Dave’s World” (CBS, 1993-97).
He took on parts in “Chicago Hope” (1994–2000), “7th Heaven” (1995–2007), and “The Monroes” in his more recent acting career (ABC, 1995-96). Additionally, he was seen in “Malcolm in the Middle” (Fox, 1999-2006).
Additionally, he appeared in movies like “Volcano” and the Morgan Freeman action flick “Kiss the Girls” (1997).
Cutt appeared in the drama “In the Living” (2009) with Corin Nemec.
Tributes to Michael J. Cutt:
Adam Wesley Hauck posted,
That’s so sad. I liked him in the first season. He was only in a couple of episodes of the second season, but was a memorable character on the show.
Virginia Cano commented,
Prayers go out to you and his family and friends and hugs and sorry for your loss.
Jenny Chow commented,
I’m so sorry for your loss Jay Prayers go out to his family and friends. I remember him.
Sean Johnson posted,
I’m so very sorry for all who knew Michael in any capacity. I was friends with him on here for quite and while and enjoyed his posts here. My condolences to all of you, including his family, friends, and fans. May he forever Rest in Peace; I hope his passing was quick and painless.
Karen Stacey posted,
What. No, I’m sorry for Urs the cast and his family’s loss. I chatted with Michael once or twice a while back on messenger. R.I.P. Michael! Thinking of U, the cast, and his family during this tough time.
Allen Christopher Sokolik Jr. commented,
I’m sorry for ur loss & he was a great actor but now he’s a great angel looking down on u and also his other friends & family as well.
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