Kevin Turen, the renowned American film producer, passed away on November 12, 2023, in the USA. The producer was known for his work on shows like Euphoria, The Idol, and many more.
Kevin died at the age of 44 over the weekend. Kevin’s father, Edward Turen, disclosed the news of Kevin’s death and expressed his grief to the news website, Deadline. Kevin’s death has shocked everyone and is a huge loss to the entertainment industry. His family, friends, and fans are mourning the death of the producer and paying tribute to him.
Kevin Turen Cause of Death?
According to some reports from Variety, the reason behind Kevin’s death is not known till now, as his family has yet to make any official statement. However, one of his close friends, Jay Penske, who is the CEO of PMC, paid tribute to him.
He said that despite Kevin’s many achievements in Hollywood, his greatest passion was his family and friends. He was proud of his children; he and his wife, Evelina, were resolved that their children grew up with values and ensured they made a difference in the broader world.
He added that their hearts broke for them, and they all felt an extreme sense of loss. They will miss Kevin so much, as the town has lost one of its brightest rising stars.
Kevin’s father, Edward Turen, not only disclosed the news of his sudden death but also stated that he was incredibly special and that the world was going to be less without him.
Who was Kevin Turen?
Kevin Turen was born on August 16, 1979, in New York City and died at the age of 44. He studied cinema and English at Columbia University.
Kevin started off his producer career as an executive at First Look Pictures and became president in 2010. In 2014, he became the head of the production company, Phantom Four, and also collaborated with Sam Levinson and worked on the film Assasination Nation in 2018.
Later, he co-founded Little Lamb Productions and produced the film Malcolm and Marie. He also worked as an executive producer on TV shows like The Idol and Euphoria. In 2012, Kevin got married to Evelina, and the couple had two sons, Jack and James.