Word out of Los Angeles is that Nancy Dolman, the wife of actor-comedian Martin Short has passed away, Short’s representative reported.
“Sadly, we can confirm that Martin Short’s wife did pass away,” Camille Kuznetz said Monday. “We do not have any other comment to make.”
No information regarding the moment, place or even a reason for Dolman’s demise had been published. The Los Angeles Fire Department answered the call for emergency medical aid at the couple’s Pacific Palisades residence Saturday early morning, LAFD spokesman Brian Humphrey said. Paramedics didn’t carry anybody out of the residence, Humphrey stated. The Los Angeles County Coroner’s office have no file of her passing away, however the office may only become informed in the event that a death had been unexpected, or perhaps from abnormal reasons, a spokesman said.
Dolman met and wed fellow Canadian Martin Short in Canada where she was born in 1980. While working together on the production of “Godspell” the pair met. Together they’re mother and father to Katherine, 27, Oliver, 24, and Henry, 20. Dolman, 58, became a comedic celebrity as well as, just like Short, indigenous to Canada. Her acting profession involved a continual part on TV’s “Soap” in the latter part of 1981, however Dolman quickly quit her acting profession to raise her kids, based on the Internet Movie Database. Dolman quit performing in 1985 to raise their family.