Grand Prix actor Antonio Sabato Sr. died at age 77 of COVID-19 related complications


Grand Prix actor Antonio Sabeto Sr. died at age 77 from COVID-19 … Antonio Sabato Jr. as son confirmed the news of his demise on Twitter

Antonio Sabeto Sr. has died at the age of 77 due to COTV-19 complications, after testing positive for the virus earlier this month.

Antonio Sabato Jr., the 48-year-old Italian-American actor’s son, confirmed the news of his father’s death in a message shared on Twitter on 6 January.

Antonio is known for his roles in Escape from the Bronx and Grand Prix, which earned him a nomination for The New Star of the Year at the 1967 Golden Globes.

Ciao: Italian-American actor Antonio Sabato Sr., best known for the Grand Prix, died on January 6 at the age of 77 due to COVID-19 related complications

Ciao: Italian-American actor Antonio Sabato Sr. known for the Grand Prix died on January 6 at the age of 77 due to COVID-19 related complications.

Prayer: Antonio Sabato Jr. confirmed the news on Twitter as he shared an old photo and wrote, 'Siao Papa'

Prayer: Antonio Sabato Jr. confirmed the news on Twitter as he shared an old photo and wrote, ‘Siao Papa’

Antonio Sabato Jr., who constantly took to Twitter to update fans when his father fell ill, paid tribute to his father by uploading an old family photo on Twitter on Wednesday.

‘Siao Papa,’ wrote Sabato Jr., best known for his roles in the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.

In a follow-up tweet, the star said he would love his father forever and remember ‘forever and forever’ as he mourned the late actor.

A few days before his passing, Sabato Jr. told his Twitter followers’ Please say a prayer [his] Father, ‘as he battled COVID-19 in an intensive care facility in California.

The father-son duo: Bold and the Beautiful actor took to Twitter to give two days of updates to his followers about his father's status until he passed away;  Picture 2003

The father-son duo: Bold and the Beautiful actor took to Twitter to give two days of updates to his followers about his father’s status until he passed away; Picture 2003

Intensive care: The Grand Prix actor had been on the decline for over two days as Antonio tweeted that he was in 'intensive care with Kovid'

Intensive care: The Grand Prix actor had been on the decline for over two days as Antonio tweeted that he was in ‘intensive care with Kovid’

‘My father / father is in intensive care in California with Kovid. God surrounded him with the love and power of angels and pure God, ‘he wrote.

On 5 January, the actor returned to Twitter to give his following updates, which highlighted the seriousness of his father’s situation.

‘My father / father is fighting for his life and is not doing well and we cannot even see him nor be beside him.’

‘Dear Lord, you are the God of the impossible! There is nothing you cannot do. I come to you now, desperate for a miracle for my dad. Thank you Jesus, ‘prayer hand with emoji.

Fighting for his life: Sabato Jr. regretted the fact that he and his family 'could not see him or live next to him', as he fought his life with COVID-19

Fighting for his life: Sabato Jr. regretted the fact that he and his family ‘could not see him or live next to him’, as he fought his life with COVID-19

His situation was gravely critical as the immense prayer of battling for his life did not work.

Sabato Jr. continued to miss his father as he wrote, ‘Number one, our great dad Antonio Sabato “The Best”,’ sharing a picture of the actor in his hayed.

Chhota Sabato – who is an avid Trump supporter – is publicly vocal about his views against the face mask when it comes to the loom virus.

The same day he asked for ‘Prayer’ for his father, he shared a screenshot said, ‘Science says that healthy people should not wear masks,’ because it lists the reasons against covering a face.

Remove the Mask: Chhota Sabato - who is an avid Trump supporter - has traditionally been vocal about his beliefs against wearing face masks to prevent the spread of coronovirus;  Picture july 2018

Remove the Mask: Chhota Sabato – who is an avid Trump supporter – has traditionally been vocal about his beliefs against wearing face masks to prevent the spread of coronovirus; Picture july 2018

He continued to share a picture of him and Trump and wrote, ‘He is truly my President and he will technically lead our country and the world for the next 4 years!’ Despite the fact that Trump actually lost the election.

The actor, who considers himself a member of the Patriot Party, continued the Twitter issue of Trump’s account being suspended, as he said:

‘You evil Ganga ** on Twitter. Please suspend all of us who support and chase the greatest president in history, @realdonaldtrump. have a good time.’

He went ahead Rant About the presidential election Joe Biden calls him, ‘a hoax and a liar and an insult like his friends Twitter Facebook IG,’ adding ‘Trump Vaughn’ to a Lundil video.

.

3 comments

  1. Best view i have ever seen !

  2. Best view i have ever seen !

  3. Best view i have ever seen!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.