Quentin Oliver Lee, a Broadway Star, Has Died at the Age of 34
Quentin Oliver Lee, a Broadway star, died at the age of 34 from colon cancer. His wife, Angie Lee Graham, confirmed his death by saying that the actor and singer died on Thursday.
“He was happy and with the people, he cares about.” She wrote, “It was quiet and perfect,” and included pictures of Lee and his daughter.
During the US tour of The Phantom of the Opera, Lee played the lead role. He has also worked on the Broadway revivals of Prince of Broadway in 2017 and Caroline, or Change in 2021.
Graham said that meeting Lee was “the most beautiful time of my life.” “He was an amazing husband, father, son, brother, friend, singer, actor, Christian follower, and all-around great person,” she wrote.
“He will be missed” doesn’t say enough about how many people and communities he made and changed. Lee said in June that he was told at the end of May that he had colon cancer. Since then, he had kept writing about his health.
When he died, he was in stage four of his cancer.
The Phantom of the Opera wrote a tribute to Lee after he died. It said, “The Phantom family is saddened to hear of the death of Quentin Oliver Lee.”
“Quentin did a great job as our tour leader in North America in 2018.” Quentin’s family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers.”
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