Ben Feigin, the award-winning exec producer of “Schitt’s Creek” alongside Chief and founder of Equation unlimited LLC., had died of pancreatic cancer on Monday. Ben Feigin had been 47 years old. United Talent Agency, the current employer of Feigin’s widow, has confirmed the death of the 47-year-old exec.
Borne in the Silver Spring, Midland, Feigin had graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Shortly after completing his graduation, Feigin began to work at Warner Bros and since then he never needed to look back.
After that, Feigin joined William Morris and he met his wife in the production house. Later, Feigin moved to the Collective and Amblin Entertainment. After departing UTA, Feigin started off working on a number of Warner Bros popular series like of “The West Wing,” “ER” alongside “Friends,” among others.
Renowned exec director Feigin dies at 47
Apart from that, Feigin also had played a pivotal role to artistic commissions for Barack Obama alongside an exhibition for Grammy Museum regarding Chicano Art Movement. He lectured at a number of classes in the University of California, University of Los Angeles, New York University alongside the UCSB.
On top of that, Feigin was renowned for his long lineup of non-profit works, as his contribution to StandUp2Cancer, Gilda’s Club World-Wide, The Creative Coalition, Laurene Powell Jobbs’ Emerson Collection alongside the Tony Hawk Foundation after well-known.
Nevertheless, Feigin’s services would be held on Thursday at Mount Sinai Cemetery Hollywood Hills, while donations could be made on behalf of Feigin to “Stand Up to Cancer”. Feigin left an 11-year-old daughter, Ellie, and his widow, Heidi Feigin.