Canadian musicians who died due to Cerebral hemorrhage

Here are 1 famous musicians from Canada died in Cerebral hemorrhage:

Denis Simpson

Denis Simpson (November 4, 1950 Saint Ann's Bay, Jamaica-October 22, 2010 Toronto) also known as Dennis Anthony Leopold Simpson or Dennis Simpson was a Canadian actor, singer, presenter and composer.

He started his career in theatre, with roles in productions such as "Godspell" and "The Pied Piper". He later became a television host for the children's show "Polka Dot Door" and also lent his voice to numerous cartoons such as "The Care Bears" and "Babar". As a composer, he wrote for television shows and documentaries, including the music for the 1991 CBC special "The Kids of Degrassi Street". Outside of his performing career, Simpson was an advocate for HIV/AIDS education and prevention, having been diagnosed himself in 1990. He was a recipient of the Order of Ontario, which he received in recognition of his contributions to entertainment and his activism in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Simpson also made numerous appearances in Canadian film and television, including roles in "The Littlest Hobo", "Street Legal", and "The Muppet Christmas Carol". He was known for his distinctive voice and his ability to bring warmth and humor to his performances. In addition to his work in the arts, Simpson was also committed to social justice and was involved in a number of initiatives aimed at promoting diversity and equality. He was a founding member of Black Theatre Canada and was active in organizations such as the Black Arts Professional Alliance and the Coalition for the Establishment of a Black Canadian Archives. Simpson passed away in 2010 due to complications related to HIV/AIDS, leaving behind a legacy of compassion, creativity, and activism.

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