Top Hollywood talent agent Chris Huvane dies by suicide. Hollywood movie agent and former magazine editor Chris Huvane was found dead at his home in Los Angeles on Sunday (6 February). He was 47. Huvane, who was suffering from depression, died from an apparent suicide, according to multiple news media reports.
Who is Chris Huvane’s wife Cole?
Not much is known about Cole Huvane although she has been active on social media.
She has built up a sizeable following of more than 30,000 on Instagram and has kept them updated about her life.
In one Instagram message to Chris on his birthday, she wrote: “Happy birthday to the most giving and caring person we all know.
“Thank you for sharing this life with me. I am so lucky to have you by my side.
“Anyone who knows you is lucky. You are one of a kind and you take care of everyone, but today is your day.
“You deserve the world. Love you mucho.”
According to Deadline, Chris had been battling depression for quite some time before his death.
Chris worked with plenty of big-time names including Margot Robbie, Julianne Moore, Ben McKenzie, Margaret Qualley, and Jensen Ackles.
According to the outlet, the New York native became a manager in 2010 when he joined Management 360 and was promoted to partner five years later.
Before that, Chris was the GQ Senior West Coast Editor.
When did Chris and Cole Huvane get married?
It is not clear exactly when Chris and Cole (maiden name Shneider) got married.
One report, by Gossip Next Door, suggests they “likely” got married in March 2020.
It appears they tied the knot at Beverly Hills Courthouse.
Her age is not clear but reports suggest she could be around 32 years old.
It is thought she has a brother called Kyle Shneider.
Chris’ death was confirmed in a statement by Management 360 which said: “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.
“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.”