Kevin Turen, the accomplished Hollywood producer known for his work on projects like ‘Euphoria’ and ‘Malcolm and Marie,’ has passed away at the age of 44. His unexpected death occurred over the weekend, leaving the industry and his colleagues in shock. Turen played a pivotal role in producing several critically acclaimed films, including ‘Waves,’ ‘Arbitrage,’ ‘The Birth of a Nation,’ and ‘Pieces of a Woman,’ showcasing his versatility and dedication to storytelling. In the television realm, he co-produced ‘Euphoria’ and ‘The Idol,’ contributing to the success of these impactful series.
Born on August 16, 1979, in New York City, Turen was a co-founder of Little Lamb Productions alongside Sam and Ashley Levinson, a company that produced the highly praised HBO drama series ‘Euphoria.’ The show received numerous accolades, including 25 Emmy Award nominations.
Turen’s sudden demise has left the industry mourning, emphasizing his passion for storytelling and his significant contributions. He is survived by his wife, Evelina, and their two children, Jack and James. The Hollywood community is expressing deep condolences for the loss of a bright talent in the entertainment world.