Gunter Nezhoda Wikipedia – Gunter Nezhoda Biography
Gunter Nezhoda, famous for appearing on A&E’s hit show “Storage Wars,” is dead after losing his battle with cancer.
“Storage Wars” star Rene Nezhoda tells TMZ that his father died Tuesday night in his sleep in Salt Lake City due to complications from lung cancer.
He was 67 years old.
Storage Wars Star Died
‘Storage Wars’ star Gunter Nezhoda has died aged 67 from complications from lung cancer just six months after his diagnosis.
Nezhoda died in his sleep in Salt Lake City on Tuesday night with his youngest son Ricky by his side, his elder son and fellow ‘Storage Wars star Rene Nezhoda told TMZ.
Rene said Nezhoda had been diagnosed with lung cancer in September after smoking for 30 years – but the chemotherapy treatment left holes in his lungs.
Nezhoda flew to Utah for emergency surgery to treat his lungs, but medics said there was nothing more they could do for him, Rene said.
In a video posted on Instagram, Rene said: ‘I’m telling you guys this because I know that you connected with my dad.
‘My dad was one of the guys on Storage Wars that never really got any hate; people just loved him and being around him, including the crew.
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‘Everybody loved working with my dad, so I appreciate the support.
‘A lot of people have been asking how my dad is doing, and I just haven’t talked about anything because we kept it private, and we thought he would recover fully, but unfortunately, he didn’t.
‘He was 67 years old, and he appreciated all the love you guys have shown him and support.
‘And so hopefully he’s up in heaven with my mom, dancing again with no more pain.’
Rene said Nezhoda’s son, Ricky, was with him when he passed away on Tuesday.
Gunter, born in Vienna and then lived in Frankfurt, Germany, for ten years before moving to Las Vegas in 1990, starred in seven episodes of ‘Storage Wars from 2015-2019.
He was also a movie star and worked on Bass with the musicians Pat Travers, Leslie West, Michael Schenker, George Lynch, and Kevin Dubrow.