Emmy Award-Winning Canadian Director Shocks Hollywood After He Suddenly Dies of a Heart Attack at Age 58
Another death from the Covid vax?
Canadian filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallée suddenly died of a heart attack on Christmas at his cabin outside of Quebec City.
He was only 58.
Vallée was reportedly very health conscious, exercised regularly and abstained from alcohol.
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According to Deadline, Jean-Marc Vallée “won Emmy Awards and a DGA Award for Big Little Lies and was Oscar nominated for editing Dallas Buyers Club, the film that won Oscars for both Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto and was up for Best Picture.”
Deadline is hearing from multiple sources that the shocking death of filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallée resulted from a heart attack, while at his cabin on the river outside of Quebec City, where he was preparing to receive guests the following day. So it is considered likely he passed December 25 and was found the following morning. Vallée was known as a fitness fanatic and a teetotaler, a practitioner of the Wim Hoff fitness method, which is not for the faint of heart. We will update the official cause of death when it is released. Following Deadline’s reveal of the filmmaker’s sudden passing last night, there has been an outpouring of sorrow for Vallée, everyone from Big Little Lies and Wild star Reese Witherspoon to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Sad day.
Hollywood stars who worked with Jean-Marc Vallée are in shock over his sudden death.
Nicole Kidman said in a statement to the Hollywood Reporter: “It’s hard to imagine someone as vital, energetic and present as Jean-Marc being gone. I’m shattered.”
My heart is broken. My friend. I love you. https://t.co/dvh63E8K7I
— Reese Witherspoon (@ReeseW) December 27, 2021
— Matthew McConaughey (@McConaughey) December 27, 2021
My god, this is so unbelievably sad. What a huge loss. He was an incredibly talented filmmaker. Sending much love and condolences to his family. #RIPJeanMarc https://t.co/a511cPKLz6
— Paul Feig (@paulfeig) December 27, 2021