On March 21, Gunter Nezhoda, who was most known for his role as a cast member on the successful reality TV show “Storage Wars” on A&E, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 67. TMZ was informed by Gunter’s son and fellow “Storage Wars” cast member, Rene Nezhoda, that the cause of death for Gunter was lung cancer. Following the diagnosis that was made in September, Gunter began chemotherapy treatment. Yet, as a result of the procedure, holes developed in his lungs. It would appear that Gunter was recently scheduled to undergo an emergency operation, but the physicians came to the conclusion that there was no cure for his condition.
Throughout the years 2015 and 2019, Gunter appeared in a total of seven episodes of “Storage Wars.” He also appeared in a number of movies as an actor, some of which include “The Haunting at Death Valley Junction.”
He performed bass with well-known guitarists such as George Lynch, Leslie West, Pat Travers, and many others, demonstrating his wide range of creative abilities. In addition to this, he was a professional photographer who has worked with prominent firms such as Ford, Microsoft, and Big-O Tires.
In the wake of Gunter Nezhoda’s passing, his friends and family are taking time to reflect on the beloved reality TV star’s life. Rene Nezhoda, Gunter’s son, recently gave an interview to TMZ in which he discussed his father.
He communicated his appreciation to the audience by saying, “My dad was one of the contestants on ‘Storage Wars’ who was never really the target of any animosity from the other contestants. Everyone who was around him, including the crew, absolutely adored being in his presence… Everyone enjoyed their time spent working with my dad, and I am grateful for all of the assistance.” He went on to say that he had kept the specifics of his father’s health a secret and that he was keeping his fingers crossed that his father would get better.
Gunter was a talented actor both on stage and behind the camera, but he also enjoyed creating videos for his YouTube account and sharing them with his audience. The native Austrian generated a range of content that accompanied him as he went shopping for secondhand automobiles, purchased abandoned storage lockers, and provided advice on areas that were considered to be specialized, such as audiophile CD collecting. It is easy to feel Gunter’s buoyant personality and boundless energy when watching his films. The star of “Storage Wars” will without a doubt be missed.