In this blog, we are going to talk about The ESPY Awards executive producer Maura Mandt who died at the age of 53. She was a woman with a charismatic personality. The information about her death was made public by Connor Schell who is ESPN’s executive vice president. We will try to know about the cause of her unfortunate demise. And many more things further in this blog. So keep reading to not miss a single part. 

Who is Maura Mandt?

Maura Mandt was an American award-winning film director.  Her name was well known for being associated with ESPN. Her work like Last Stop for Paul, There’s No Place Like Home, etc did really well in the past. In her long successful career, Maura was nominated for multiple awards. She was nominated for Sports Emmys for documentary work. For your kind information, Maura did not have any Wikipedia page on the internet. Also, there are lots of personal details which remain undisclosed to the public. 

Maura Mandt Passed Away

Maura Mandt was born in 1967 and was around 53 years old at the time of her unexpected passing. Her sudden demise broke the hearts of thousands of her fans following. She has a massive fan following on the internet. People like watching her work and always praise her. As per the reports, she died on  February 28, 2020. It was also revealed that at the time of her demise she was working on the ‘Marvel Hero Project’.  

Brian McCarthy wrote “Great tribute to ESPYs & NFL Honors producer and friend to all Maura Mandt w/ the establishment of The Maura Mandt Storytelling Scholarship”

Maura Mandt Cause of Death

The actual cause of death of  Maura Mandt remains away from the reach of the public even after a long time.

There is no trusted source who has revealed anything in this matter. Our team is trying its best to gain further knowledge about the matter. We will reveal more details soon once collected enough data to share.

Recently NYU Tisch School of the Arts wrote “We’re pleased to announce the establishment of a new scholarship honoring the creative vision and memory of long-time ESPYS Executive Producer and documentarian Maura Mandt. The Maura Mandt Storytelling Scholarship will support four years of study for an undergraduate student in NYU Tisch’s Kanbar Institute of Film and Television program, with a new recipient to be selected once the previous scholarship recipient graduates.”

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