The Hollywood producer Steve Bing, who funded the film, Tom Hanks ' The Polar Express, died after falling from the 27th floor, reported Monday to the american website TMZ, specializing in celebrity. At the age of 55, the producer, is the father of a child with actress Elizabeth Hurley, has died after falling from the 27th floor of a luxury building in the neighborhood of Century City in Los Angeles, according to TMZ, who cited judicial sources as anonymous.
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Producer of films such as Get Carter Sylvester Stallone or Shine a Light, a music documentary from Martin Scorsese, Steve Bing has also co-authored a comedy, Kangaroo Jack in 2003. He became famous after having invested $ 80 million in the animated film The Polar Express, released in 2004 and which ultimately brought in more than $ 300 million in the world.
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real estate Developer, he was also a philanthropist and friend of former president Bill Clinton, to whom he had lent her personal plane for a mission in 2009 in North Korea, for the release of two american journalists. Steve Bing leaves two children, Damian, son of the american actress, Elizabeth Hurley, and Kira, daughter of the former tennis champion Lisa Bonder.Updated Date: 23 June 2020, 11:33