Writer and Film maker Steve Bing passed on by suicide at 55 years old in L.A. on Monday, June 22.
The Kangaroo Jack writer, who was broadly connected to Elizabeth Hurley and was the dad of her child, Damian Hurley, 18, jumped to his death from the 27th floor of a luxury apartment building in Century City, TMZ reported.
L.A. City Fire spokesman Nicholas Prange confirmed to Us Weekly that a call came in at 12:59 p.m. on Monday with a report of someone jumping from a hotel at the 1000 block of Santa Monica Blvd. in Century City. Prange told Us that “it is unknown from which floor the person fell or jumped, but it’s being described as an ‘incident long fall,’ meaning the distance was more than 15 feet.”
LAPD officials confirmed to Us that a 55-year old male “was pronounced dead at the scene” but his name is not being confirmed by authorities at this time.
Bing, who established Shangri-La Entertainment, was most popular as a film maker on Rock the Kasbah, Hotel Noir and Rules Don’t Apply. He had six composing credits to his name before his passing, including a scene of Married… With Children and Every Breath, which is additionally acted in.
The film producer supported many hit films all through his profession including The Polar Express, Beowulf and Rolling Stones’ Shine a Light show film.
Bing was additionally a donor and land head honcho, who gave a $30 million heritage blessing to the Motion Picture and Television Fund, Deadline revealed.
The multimillionaire representative is made due by two youngsters, girl Kira Bonder, who he imparted to previous tennis player Lisa Bonder, and child Damian.
The Royals alum, 55, was connected to Bing in 2000 in the wake of parting from Hugh Grant. The two were together for under two years before she uncovered she was pregnant with his youngster. After at first denying that he was capable, a test after Damian was brought into the world affirmed that Bing was the natural dad and he added to his childhood monetarily.