Reports reveal that producer Kevin Turen of the blockbuster show “Euphoria” died in a car while traveling with his young son.
Entertainment gossip outlets report that Edward Turen, Turen’s father, and close friend Michael Heller have shed further light on the tragic death of the 44-year-old producer, saying that Turen had a medical emergency while driving his ten-year-old back home after a tennis event on Sunday.
An online outlet reports that while Kevin was driving his Tesla, Turen had engaged the autopilot just before his health scare. His father and Michael Heller explained that Turen’s son maneuvered the car to the side of a California interstate and immediately called 911 for help.
Rescue workers arrived promptly and took Turen to a local hospital, where he was later confirmed dead, a hospital source said.
A report indicated that Kevin’s dad and friend believe investigations showed that alcohol and drugs weren’t involved and that officials are still attempting to find an official cause of death.
CEO of Penske Media Corporation, Jay Penske, a close, long time friend of Kevin’s, remembered him as a family guy. Penske’s statement said that Kevin’s most immense love was his family and friends.
Kevin’s father, Edward Turen, sent a statement to Hollywood media outlets. Edward said that without his son, the world would be a lot smaller without him.
Local Hollywood reporting shows Turen helped found Little Lamb Productions,” the company that produced the popular HBO drama “Euphoria.” The program was so successful that it was nominated for 25 Emmys and ended up winning nine.
“Pearl,” “The Idol,” “Pieces of a Woman,” “MaXXXine,” and “X” are just a few of the numerous films that Turen has produced.
According to the International Movie Database (IMDb), Kevin Turen was an American born in New York City, New York, on August 16, 1979.