Chris Huvane: ‘Most loved man in Hollywood’ dies aged 47 4 months ago

Chris Huvane: ‘Most loved man in Hollywood’ dies aged 47

He had worked with the likes of Chadwick Boseman and Margot Robbie

Hollywood talent manager Chris Huvane, who was "beloved by every single person who ever met him" has died at the age of 47 after taking his own life.


Huvane was a talent manager at Management 360, and a former magazine editor, and had worked with stars such as Chadwick Boseman, Margot Robbie, Julianne Moore, Zoey Deutch,  Zach Braff, and Henry Winkler, Deadline reports.

His death was confirmed by his business partners on Monday. They said in a statement: "We are devastated beyond words this morning, Chris was simply 'the best of the best.' A brilliant manager, consummate colleague, and friend, a rock of our company and our culture, beloved by every single person who ever met him.

"It's an incalculable loss and our hearts go out to his family and friends. We are all better for having known Chris, and we commit to honoring his legacy everyday forward."


Huvane first moved to LA in 2000 and worked in a number of roles before joining GQ Magazine where he worked as senior West Coast Editor.

He became a talent manager in 2010 when he joined Management 360. By 2015, he had been promoted to partner.

A number of celebrities have paid tribute to the talent manager on Twitter.

Scrubs star Zach Braff said there "wasn't a more beloved person in Hollywood" and that he will love him "forever".


Actress Zoe Deutch wrote in her Instagram story that Huvane was the "most kind, honest generous, fiercely loyal and special person."

Zoey Deutch said Huvane's death was a "tragic loss" (Instagram)

Meanwhile, Julia Fox called him her "brother," saying: "You took care of everybody. You helped so many people. You changed so many people's lives."

Actress Julia Fox paid tribute on social media (Instagram)

Actor Glen Powell also noted that Huvane guided her "through some trying moments."


She added: "He put empathy, authenticity, and humanity into every waking moment."

And Henry Winkler said he was "so thoughtful and knowledgeable and such a compassionate caretaker."

Huvane is survived by his wife, Cole Huvane, and his five siblings, Stephen Huvane, Kevin Huvane, Robert Huvane, Michael Huvane, and Denise Whalen.

If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health or exhibiting warning signs of suicide, you can seek help by calling the Samaritans on 116 123, the National Suicide Prevention Helpline on 0800 689 5652, or can get more information on help available by visiting the NHS website and Mind.

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