People want to know, “What was the cause of Bernie Mac’s death?” His publicist has informed that the comedian and actor Bernie Mac passed away early on Saturday morning as a result of complications caused to pneumonia.
Mac had been taken to the Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago on August 1, but it was anticipated that he would recover fully. The actress, now 50 years old, formerly struggled with sarcoidosis, a chronic condition that can lead to lung inflammation.
In 2005, after the production of his sitcom, The Bernie Mac Show, was suspended due to illness, which caused the season debut to be pushed back by more than two months, he opened up about his struggle with the condition.
The most important thing people remember about Mac is the five seasons of that series, for which he was nominated for two Emmys and two Golden Globes. It made its debut in 2001, a year after the concert film
The Original Kings of Comedy, produced by Spike Lee, brought the stand-up routines of tour companions Mac, Steve Harvey, D.L. Hughley, and Cedric the Entertainer to the attention of a wider public. Mac’s career as a comedian spanned three decades and eleven months.
The big screen was no match for his acerbic wit and generous spirit, which made him a scene-stealer. Among his most memorable roles are those he played alongside George Clooney in the Ocean’s Eleven trilogy and in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, which also starred Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, and Lucy Liu.