Angela Tram Anh, a 36-year-old singer, died from liver cancer
On June 2, 2021, Colleagues and the audience were shocked to learn that singer Angela Tram Anh had died unexpectedly in the United States at the age of 36. “Angela Tram Anh took her last breath at 7:07 am,” a message was posted on the fan page in the United States (US time). Angela Tram Anh is a single, self-sufficient mother of a 5-year-old son. She is also a physician. During her master’s degree, she was a captain on domestic flights.
The cause of death was liver cancer. Angela Tram Anh was diagnosed with liver cancer by a doctor in early 2021, and she battled the disease for six months before her death.
Angela Tram Anh (born 1985) is a singer with a strong personality and a powerful voice. When she performed a number of songs, including Lonely Day Without You, Love Paradise, and No Need to Say…, she left an indelible mark on the hearts of the audience. In addition to her singing career, the female singer holds a nursing degree. She is a chief nurse who has worked on domestic flights in California.
Tram Anh is remembered by coworkers as having a gentle, cheerful, and easygoing personality. It was heartbreaking to learn that Angela Tram Anh, a singer, had died of liver cancer at the age of 36.
Angela Tram Anh was born in Vietnam on January 1, 1985. She has at least three brothers and sisters, one of whom is disabled. At some point, her family began to settle in America, and the rest of the family, including Angela, reunited in America.
Angela Tram Anh’s life before her debut in the show that she appeared on “Paris By Night 81 – Am Nhac Khong Bien Gioi 2 with the song My Way with Hollie Thanh Ngoc in 2006, when she was only 21 years old, is little known. She then made a few more foreign music videos. Angela had the opportunity to rehearse the song “Love Song Afternoon Rain” with musician Nguyen Anh as well as singers Bang Kieu, Luong Tung Quang, Tran Thai Hoa, and Ngoc. Lien during the recording session for Paris By Night 83 – Songs of An Tinh.
The last time she appeared on PBN programs was in PBN 84 when she performed the song I Will Survive with Van Quynh, after which she disappeared from the Paris By Night stage for unknown reasons – it is possible that she continued to study Medicine to become a nurse. She later had a son named Mateo at the age of 31 and became a single mother. While pursuing her master’s degree, she was also the chief nurse on domestic flights. She is also a dedicated athlete (especially in athletics/marathons), with rigorous workouts similar to bodybuilders in the United States.
Angela Tram Anh was diagnosed with liver cancer at the end of 2020, early 2021, and the disease had progressed to stage 4 when the tumor metastasized to the lungs – by February, she could no longer work. because of ill health It is known that she was treated with immunotherapy (immunotherapy) and that she remained positive until the very end of her life. Angela’s name appeared in a fundraising campaign to help pay for her medical treatment.
Angela was discharged from the hospital and returned home to be with family members in the last week of May, after more than five months of treatment. According to musician Le Xuan Truong, she breathed her last breath on June 1 at 7:07 a.m. (local time). Immediately following the news, Thuy Nga Center posted the song No Need to Say, which she performed in Paris By Night 82, in her honor. Angela Tram Anh was also mentioned by singer Loan Chau in a video on her own YouTube channel; while she did not know Angela as a close friend, Angela’s death reminded her of the death of a friend many years ago.
Angela Tram Anh’s memorial and burial were held on June 4 and 5, local time, at Athey Creek Catholic Church and Gethsemani Funeral Home in Oregon.