Zach Braff’s new tattoo is an enduring tribute for his late companion Nick Cordero.
The 45-year-old “Scrubs” star enrolled renowned tattoo artist Dr. Charm to make an ink delineation of Cordero, who passed on at age 41 in July following his months-long fight with the coronavirus.
The detailed tattoo depicts Cordero moving in a three-piece suit and cap, suggestive of his outfit for the 2014 Broadway musical “Bullets over Broadway.”
“In loving memory to the greatest,” Dr. Woo inscribed a photograph of the touching tattoo, which Braff additionally shared on his Instagram Story.
Cordero’s wife, Amanda Kloots, could be getting her own ink soon, as she remarked on the picture, “Need to come see you for one.”
Kloots denoted the one-month anniversary of her husband’s passing on Wednesday with an adoring Instagram post about his “huge presence” in her and their young child Elvis’ lives.
Following Cordero’s passing, Braff joined numerous in giving proper respect to the late Broadway star and posted an enthusiastic accolade on Instagram considering their last content trade.
“The last thing he ever texted me was to look out for his wife and one year old son, Elvis,” Braff composed. “I promise the world they will never want for anything. I feel so incredibly grateful I got to have Nick Cordero enter my life.”
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