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How Did Chris Huvane Die? Management 360 Partner Cause of Death Dies At 47



Top Hollywood talent agent Chris Huvane has reportedly committed suicide. According to the reports, the talent manager took his life on Sunday night, February 6, 2022. He was battling depression for a long time and eventually decided to end his life. Chris’ dead body was found at his home in Los Angeles. The news is surfacing on the internet bringing the late actor to the headlines. People have gotten devastated after learning about the heartbreaking news and are paying the late magazine editor tributes. Here is everything we know about Chris Huvane death.

Chris Huvane

Multiple news media reports claim that Chris Huvane was suffering from depression which resulted in him taking his life. Huvane was one of the nicest guys in Hollywood and was loved by all his clients, colleagues and friends. It is quite saddening that the talent manager died at the age of only 47. He was too young to have left the world and could have achieved so many things if he was alive but depression became his cause of death. Chris Huvane was working at Management 360 along with partners.

Who Was Chris Huvane?

Huvane’s management partners expressed their sadness on the news. They stated that they are devastated beyond words this morning and called Chris “the best of the best”. Management 360 partners added that Chris was a brilliant manager, consummate colleague, and friend, a rock of the company and culture, and a nice person to have around. The partners said that they commit to honouring his legacy every day forward. They condoled the manager’s death and offered condolences to his family and friends.

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At Management 360, Chris had worked with clients including late Chadwick Boseman, Margaret Qualley, Zoey Deutch, Brad Goreski, Malcolm Barrett, Chris Rogers, Margot Robbie, and Ben McKenzie. Born on June 29, 1974, in New York, Chris Huvane switched his careers several times until he was alive. In 2010, Chris became a manager after joining Management 360 and was later promoted to partner in 2015.

Before becoming the manager, Chris was GQ Senior West Coast Editor. He had begun his career with HBH Public Relations. Talking about his family, Chris is survived by Cole Huvane, his wife, and his siblings, Stephen Huvane, Kevin Huvane, Michael Huvane, Robert Huvane, and Denise Huvane along with his father Martin Huvane, nephew and his former sister-in-law. Chris Huvane suicide has shaken all his loved ones who are now mourning his untimely death. We pay homage to his soul.

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