Ben Feigin, the executive producer of ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ has died at the age of 47
At the age of 47, Ben Feigin passed away.
According to Deadline, the executive producer who created the CBC show Schitt’s Creek died of pancreatic cancer.
People have been trying to get in touch with Feigin’s camp to learn the sad news that he has passed away.
In addition to curating the Schitt’s Creek international tour and the Netflix documentary Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: A Schitt’s Creek Farewell, the outlet claims that Feigin “sourced non-traditional financing and sold the series on a non-exclusive basis to multiple licensees worldwide”
To name just a few of the awards that Feigin took home for his work on Schitt’s Creek: an Emmy for outstanding comedy series, two GLAAD Media Awards for best comedy series, a Golden Globe for best musical or comedy television series, and a Producers Guild Award for outstanding producer of episodic television for a comedy series.
Feigin collaborated with AOL to produce the first first live-streamed event, which showcased artists and comedians. He also worked as the executive producer for the first concert film by the duo, Cheech & Chong: Hey Watch This (2008), and the reunion film, Cheech & Chong: Roasted (2008).
Celebrity representative Heidi Feigin and their daughter Ellie, 11, are left behind.