Kevin Turen, the Hollywood producer known for his work on HBO’s “Euphoria” and “The Idol,” tragically passed away on Sunday at the age of 44, as confirmed by a close friend.
CEO of Penske Media Corp., Jay Penske, described Turen as one of Hollywood’s “brightest rising stars.” He also emphasized Turen’s dedication to his family and friends, and his commitment to raising his two sons with strong values to make a positive impact in the world.
The cause of Turen’s death was unknown as of Monday afternoon. It is another tragic loss for the entertainment industry following the accidental overdose death of “Euphoria” star Angus Cloud in July.
Born in New York City and a graduate of Columbia University’s film program, Turen’s producing career began with the indie teen drama “Wassup Rockers” in 2005. He was set to be involved in producing the third installment of the American slasher film series “X,” titled “MaXXXine,” before his passing.
British independent film producer Cassian Elwes, who was involved in “Dallas Buyers Club,” expressed the deep sense of community in Hollywood, particularly within the indie film circuit that Turen was a part of. He described Turen’s passing as a substantial loss for their close-knit community.
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