Maura Mandt cause of death: Maura Mandt death, obituary happened February 2020.
The ESPY Awards executive producer died unexpectedly at the age of 53. ESPN executive vice president of content Connor Schell described Mandt’s death as “unexpected.”
Beloved Maura Mandt death was announced in a statement by ESPN executive vice president of content Connor Schell that said:
“It’s difficult to understand how someone with such passion for life could be gone so suddenly.
We will certainly remember her relentless pursuit of creative excellence, her courage in pushing boundaries, and the lasting legacy Maura left on the sports world.
Most of all, we will remember her as a true friend to so many of us, and we will miss her dearly.”
Mandt produced ESPN’s award show, The ESPYs, through her own production company, MaggieVision Productions. She was also one of the creators of the X Games.
In 2014, Mandt was one of the recipients of an Emmy Award for the ESPN 30 for 30 short, “Arthur & Johnnie.” During her career, Mandt won two Sports Emmy for her documentary work.
At the time of her death, Mandt was involved in producing ‘Marvel’s Hero Project, a show that deals with “young heroes are making in their own communities.
At this time, Maura Mandt cause of death is not public.
Please say a prayer for her grieving family and loved ones. May her soul rest in perfect peace.
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