The BBC confirms. He was 56.Abraham was known for his roles as Bob Carter in the 2001 comedy “Mean Machine” and Konokko in “Formula 51,” a thriller released that same year.
The Post reached out to his rep for comment.In July, Abraham shared that he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer, for which he was receiving radiotherapy and palliative care.
The cancer spread to the rest of his body. “It’s scary, to be confronted with your own mortality is the most scary thing you’ll ever go through,” Abraham told The Liverpool Echo over the summer.“To prepare for that and be cognitive mentally, but knowing that’s what’s coming, it’s tough.”Abraham revealed in the interview that he started to feel unwell while working as a pantomime in “The Scouse Jack and the Beanstalk,” a production that ran into January.
He visited his doctor in February after discovering blood in his urine.The doctor diagnosed him with prostate cancer, suspecting he had had it “for years.”Born on Aug.Read more on nypost.com