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Sci-fi Novelist Greg Bear’s Cause of Death Related to Stroke


American writer and illustrator best known for science fiction Greg Bear’s cause of death was released after the San Diego born artist passed away on November 19, 2022, at the age of 71.

May beloved Greg sleep well. We send our deepest sympathies to his loved ones, family, friends, and fans during this hard period.

Best known for writing books in the Star Wars, Star Trek, and Halo Franchises, and working as one of the five co-founders of San Diego Comic-Con, Greg Bear was born in San Diego, California in 1951, and his first novel Hegira was first published in 1979. 

During his career Bear had been an active science-fiction writer covering different expansive topics, and especially making a name for himself as an author without penning licensed books (though he did do a few of these in his career).

Famous titles from Bear’s 30+ novels are such as 1985’s Blood Music, 1987’s The Forge of God, and 1993’s Moving Mars. In his career, he would write the Star Wars novel Rogue Planet, set between the events of Episodes 1 and 2; a Star Trek tie-in with Corona, and The Forerunner Saga trilogy of novels that tie into Halo. Bear’s final book was 2021’s The Unfinished Land.

According to Bear’s official biography on his website, the man’s work in literary fiction wasn’t his only line of work as his interest and insight into science fiction resulted in him serving in positions that utilized those talents.

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Multiple Health Problems Led to Greg Bear’s Cause of Death

While fans are asking about Greg Bear’s cause of death, official sources announced he lost his life due to multiple strokes, caused by clots that had been hiding in the wrong lumen of the anterior artery to the brain since surgery in 2014. After being on life support for two days and not predicted to recover, per his progressive directive life support was withdrawn.

Our team does not confirm any rumors about the news, though you can be sure that we are attempting our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible; but do not forget that family privacy should be respected.

In 1975, Bear wedded Christina M. Nielson; they departed in 1981. In 1983, he tied the knot to Astrid Anderson, the daughter of the science fiction and fantasy authors Poul and Karen Anderson. They shared two children, Chloe and Alexandra, and lived near Seattle, Washington.

Bear’s wife had recently confirmed that he’d been having a number of health problems, showing he had suffered a stroke in recent days and lost consciousness while in the hospital.

Astrid bear confirmed that her husband’s care team believed he was unlikely to regain consciousness and if he did it would require immense medical care. Greg is survived by his wife, his son, Erik, and his daughter, Alexandra, who was 71 years old.

From 1983 to 1999 Bear served on the Citizens Advisory Council on National Space Policy, a group that advised NASA on commercial space travel.

Bear additionally mentioned that he “lectured at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, on the nature and future of crime and criminal justice,” and “even consulted with the U.S. Army and the State Department on bio-security matters” after 9/11.

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