Peter Helliar name is circulating all round now, who is known as an Australian comedian.
Report show that he was dead, but it turns out to be fake, and he is still alive and well, which is confirmed by his tweet that it’s an hoax news
Peter Helliar is a talented man in comedy and acting, he is a television and radio host, writer, producer, and director from Australia.
Peter is one of four regular hosts of The Project on Network Ten, with Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, and Lisa Wilkinson, replacing former host Dave Hughes since January 2014.
Previously, he was most known for his stint as Rove McManus’ sidekick on The Loft Live from 1997 to 1998 and Rove from 1999 to 2009.
Peter Helliar death started circulating all over and it was rumored to have died in a car accident. Twitter is flooded with his obituary announcement and the question regarding his death.
People are skeptical of the rumor since it came from an unknown and untrustworthy source. We are still waiting for a reliable source to confirm or contradict the speculation.
Peter was previously diagnosed with Covid-19 in 2021. Fortunately, he had received covid vaccination, which prevented the illness from progressing to serious.
Helliar commended the “amazing” Covid-19 vaccination for rescuing him from terrible sickness, sharing a snapshot of himself giving the thumbs up.
“I was tired of friends telling me they didn’t know anyone with Covid.” “So I went and got Covid (not on purpose, of course),” he wrote.
He mentioned that the worst that happened was a minor cold.”Not because the virus didn’t have bad intentions,” he chuckles.” But because science is fantastic, and being totally vaccinated meant I had a bunch of vaxxy goodness protecting me.”
The Australian comedian has not spoken about his other illnesses and disorders. We hope the rumor is fake and he is in good health condition.
He wrote, “The Afterlife is going well, Not Dead, Continue, with a smiling picture of him holding a glass of drinks.
The internet is delighted to hear the good news, but they are teasing him for his comedic tweet.
“I’m sorry, but I need evidence that this isn’t some waiting bar in purgatory or anything,” one person said. “Is there a difference between Seattle and awaiting bar in Purgatory?” asks another.
While another mentioned, “I went from reading you were dead to this in less than a minute. Strange, given that you were discussing death on ABC last night. If this was a promotion, it’s a couple of days late.”
“Phew! Now I can start my weekend knowing Pete H is still alive and healthy,” this was the reaction of most of his supporters.
Some people can’t believe he’s still alive and are pleading with him to tweet the image of him holding a newspaper from today’s date.
No, Peter Helliar, a property manager and a comedian is not dead. And we assume that he was not involved in an accident also.
His tweet about being healthy has assured his followers that he is alive and well.