Bert Belasco was a well-known actor, model, television personality, and entrepreneur in the United States. Bert Belasco is most known for his role as Bert Belasco in the BET sitcom “Let’s Stay Together.”
Bert Belasco is a 39-year-old South Carolina native who was born in 1982. His zodiac sign is uncertain due to the lack of a specific birth date. Bert Sr. is his father’s name, but his mother’s name is unknown. His father, on the other hand, is a businessman, and his mother is a stay-at-home mom. He attended Sothern Illinois University when it came to her studies. In addition, he graduated from SIUC with a theater degree in 2005.
Bert died on November 9, 2020, at the early age of 38. His death was unexpected. His body was discovered in a Virginia hotel room on Sunday. Bert was confined, according to his father, in preparation for a new project. Furthermore, Bert’s fiancée couldn’t reach him and asked the staff to check up on him, according to his father, who informed TMZ that Bret was found dead.
Despite this, no official cause of death has been established. According to TMZ, blood was spotted on the sheets at the moment, and Bert’s father believes he had an aneurysm. However, the cause of his death has yet to be revealed. In addition, a number of well-known celebrities paid respect to him by writing heartfelt messages on their social media pages.
Professional life and career
He starred in “Home,” a play directed by Segun Ojewuyi, assistant professor of theater, when he was a senior in high school. As a result, the play revolved around “a man’s search for himself.” He also starred in SIUC productions such as “The Greenbird” and “Parade.”
Aside from SIUC, he worked at Chicago’s renowned Second City and attended the TVI Actors Studio Summer Institute in Los Angeles, as well as a master class with acting coach David Aulicino.
Bert began his acting career as Charles in the BET sitcom “Let’s Stay Together” from 2011 to 2014. Then he appeared in “I’m Dying Up Here” on Showtime and “Pitch” on Fo. He was cast as Sonny Evers in Pitch in 2016 and Rene Marson in “I’m Dying Up Here” in 2018.
Bert also had a role in the Fox TV show Pitch, as well as guest appearances on shows like The Mick, NCIS: New Orleans, American Princess, and Key and Peele. In addition, he appeared in a Snickers commercial alongside Betty White in 2005, which aired during the Superbowl.
Bert had never been married. More information about his personal life, including his dating status, is unavailable. In both his personal life and the media, he has always maintained a distance. Even though he was not married, he was involved in a relationship, the circumstances of which remain unknown. He was straight when it came to sexual orientation.
Bert was an attractive and intelligent gentleman. He stood 5’11” tall and weighed roughly 80 kg. His eyes were dark brown, and he sported black hair. Bert also had a fantastic and endearing personality. Regrettably, his other bodily measurements aren’t available to the public. He was, nonetheless, the fittest actor and kept his physical numbers in good shape.
Net Worth and Social Media
Bert was a frequent user of social media. His most recent post came in June of this year. As a result, he has six photos on his private Instagram page. His other Instagram posts were mostly of his family and friends. As a result, he had over 1,000 Instagram followers on his ‘@bertbelasco8′ account. On Twitter, he has over 10.4K followers under the handle @Belasco8.
Bert’s acting profession undoubtedly paid off well. His net worth, however, is reported to be approximately $2 million.
|Full Name:||Bert Belasco|
|Born Date:||01 Jan, 1970|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Scorpio, Virgo, Taurus|
|Death Date:||November 9, 2020|
|Profession:||actor, television personality, entrepreneur|
|Height:||5 feet 11 inches (1.80m)|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Birth Place||South Carolina|
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