Heartfelt condolences to his family and friends who are saddened by his loss.
Chris Huvane, a Hollywood manager, former magazine editor and public relations specialist, died by apparent suicide Sunday night. Deadline was the first to break the story.
“We are devastated beyond words this morning, Chris was simply ‘the best of the best,” Management 360 partners wrote in a statement to the publication on Monday. “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 every day forward.”
Huvane joined Management 360 in 2010 as manager and in 2015, he was promoted to partner. He was also the former Senior West Coast Editor of GQ and HBH Public Relations was where he began his career.
In addition, he worked as a co-producer on Mark Steven Johnson’s 2019 film “Finding Steve McQueen” and had an executive producing credit on Brad Goreski’s reality show “It’s a Brad Brad World.” He was featured as a waiter in “Sex and the City” as well and had a brief part in Joel Schumacher’s 2000 film “Tigerland.”
Reactions to Hollywood Manager Chris Huvane Passed Away At 47
This is so shocking and incredibly sad. I remember when Chris was at GQ… good dude. Rest peacefully. https://t.co/c2g0t6xfeK— Kadee (@KimberDJ) February 8, 2022
There are very few in Hollywood who gave others the entire world for the moments they were with them. Chris Huvane listened and believed, which made artists' dreams come true. Hollywood will never be the same without him. https://t.co/tbUJvq75Yz— Glorious Alliance (@GloriousAllianc) February 8, 2022
Condolences to his family, friends and clients. https://t.co/4U41PelmFP— [ corey.allen ] (@coreyallenx) February 8, 2022
RIP #ChrisHuvane #life gets tough at times and we may feel trapped yet there is #hope We must take great care of our #MentalHealthMatters #youarenotalone please #askforhelp National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the US Call 1-800-273-8255. https://t.co/UNP8zQfIU2— RayRay (@rayharatian) February 7, 2022
Fuck. No no no no no no no no. Another good person battling demons. Damnit. https://t.co/j0pHUO0wQ4— Jordan Miller (@TheJordanMiller) February 7, 2022