Who is Nick McGlashan? Nick McGlashan Bio/Wiki
Nick McGlashan is a fisherman of the 7th generation who was raised on the nearby island of Akutan, Alaska, not far from Dutch Harbor. He was named after his great uncle Nick McGlashan, who served on the F/V Deep Sea, built-in 1947, the first boat alleged to have pioneered the US crab industry.
TMZ reports that the reality TV star died in Nashville, Tennessee, on Sunday, December 27. According to the medical examiner, the cause of death has not yet been determined. Here’s what McGlashan wants to hear about you.
He was 33 years old.
McGlashan was a 7th generation fisherman who grew up in Akutan, Alaska, according to the Discovery website. At the age of 13, he began crabbing on his father’s ship, Bruce. His father was a long-time associate of “Wild” Deadliest Capture star Bill Wichrowski, and McGlashan was recruited to work on the Kodiak by Wichrowski in 2011. He went on to lead the crew at Cape Caution’s Wichrowski and then later at Summer Bay.
According to a new tweet he posted of himself wrapping the season, he was finally retired on the show and recently filmed the 17th season that will air in the spring of 2021.
— Nick McGlashan (@NickMcglashan) November 9, 2020
At the age of 33, Nick McGlashan died, his heartbroken family has reported.
The reality star, who found success in the U.S. documentary series Deadliest Grab, died on Sunday in Nashville. There has been no cause of death made public yet. A follower who had read the news paid Nick a tribute, writing: “RIP Nick McGlashan. This guy was immense on #DeadliestCatch and I send my condolences to Bill, all the crew of the Summer Bay, and all the family and friends of Nick. Rip Nick.”
— Nick McGlashan (@NickMcglashan) October 1, 2020
F/V Summer Bay crew with the Medical guy, James 😁 pic.twitter.com/tPCqeWm5Bb
— Nick McGlashan (@NickMcglashan) October 10, 2020
— Nick McGlashan (@NickMcglashan) October 11, 2020