In 1994, while on vacation from film production (Wagons East) in Durango City, Mexico, Candy called his friends, including Canadian Football League commissioner Larry Smith, and told them that he had just let go of his team and was putting it up for sale. He then called his assistant, who invited Candy to play golf with him in the spring when he returned to Toronto. After a late night lasagna, Candy turned in for what would be his final rest. Some time after midnight, on March 4, 1994, Candy was found dead from a presumed myocardial infarction even though this was unproven, as no autopsy was performed. He was 43 years old. Candy had struggled for many years with weight-related health issues. He was also a heavy smoker and drinker, and he had used cocaine in his past. Candy also had a family history of heart attacks suffered by relatively young men, and the actor was under a significant degree of stress throughout the making of the Wagons East feature film. In 2019, documentary-style television series Autopsy: The Last Hours of . . . covered a storyline on Candy's death.
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