How did Chris Huvane die? Hollywood manager of Margot Robbie, Chadwick Boseman dead at 47

Hollywood manager Chris Huvane, who worked with Management 360 Partners and managed multiple celebrities, has tragically died at the age of 47


                            How did Chris Huvane die? Hollywood manager of Margot Robbie, Chadwick Boseman dead at 47
Celebrity manager Chris Huvane has tragically passed away (Chad Buchanan/Getty Images)
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Renowned Hollywood manager Chris Huvane, who worked with Management 360 Partners and managed multiple celebrities, has tragically died at the age of 47. He was found dead on Sunday night, February 6, according to reports. He is well-recognized for working with clients like Margot Robbie, Julianne Moore, Margaret Qualley, and the late Chadwick Boseman.

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Chris Huvane started his career as an editor for GQ before switching jobs to become a manager. He joined the Management 360 firm in 2010, where he became a partner in 2015. His death was mourned by Management 360 Partners who released a statement as a tribute to Huvane. "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," the statement read. It also added, "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.”

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As per the latest reports, Huvane reportedly died in an apparent suicide after battling depression. He is survived by his wife Cole Huvane, who works with Travis Scott's management team. She also happens to be close friends with actress and Kanye West's girlfriend Julia Fox. Huvane is also survived by his brothers Stephen, a partner at Slate PR, and Kevin, a partner at CAA. 

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Huvane had opened up about his depression in the past, as he once shared about his mental breakdowns and daily struggles. "I remember this day vividly. It was week four of a crippling depression that lasted for a long time and still leaves me with shrapnel to this day. I was finding it hard to find motivation to live despite having an abundance of reasons to live. Brain was wired incorrectly causing me to have panic attacks for the first time in my forty-four years," Huvane wrote in a Facebook post. 

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He also added, "I remember this day vividly. It was week four of a crippling depression that lasted for a long time and still leaves me with shrapnel to this day. I was finding it hard to find motivation to live despite having an abundance of reasons to live. Brain was wired incorrectly causing me to have panic attacks for the first time in my forty-four years.”

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