Slate Scrubs, Chris Huvane, A Hollywood Manager, Died At The Age Of 47: Actors like Margot Robbie, Margaret Qualley, and Zach Braff worked with Chris Huvane at Management 360. Hence He die over the weekend at age of 47.
Slate Scrubs, Chris Huvane, A Hollywood Manager, Died At The Age Of 47
Celebrities Are Mourning The Death Of A Top Hollywood Manager
Chris Huvane, a partner at Management 360, died of an apparent suicide on February 6, according to multiple reports. He was 47 years old. E! News requested comment from the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s office. But the office did not respond immediately.
“This morning, we awoke to news that has left us speechless. Chris was ‘the best of the best,’ as the saying goes “on Feb. 7. The remaining Management 360 partners issued a joint statement to Deadline. He was hailed as a rock in our company’s culture. And by everyone who met him as “a brilliant manager, consummate colleague, and friend.”
The statement continued, “It’s an incalculable loss and our hearts go out to his family and friends.” As a result of Chris’s presence in our lives, “we are all better people, and we will continue to honour his legacy every day.”
Following the news, Braff wrote a heartfelt tribute. One of best-known actors in Hollywood, the Scrubs actor tweeted. “He was torment by his depression every day. Attempt after successful attempt at boosting his spirits were made by me. My own experience with depression led me to devise a daily regimen for him. Chris, I will always love you.”
Former GQ Senior West Coast Editor Huvane joined Management 360 in 2010. Working at HBH Public Relations gave him more hands-on experience in the business.
It’s a Brad World about stylist Brad Goreski, and despite his hectic schedule, Huvane was able for serving as a co-producer on the Mark Steven Johnson film Finding Steve McQueen in 2019.
Following Huvane’s death, many of his former coworkers, including Halt and Catch Fire showrunner Christopher Cantwell, posting their former memories of him on social media.