Maura Mandt Wiki
Maura Mandt was 53 years old and from Columbus, Ohio, U.S. She was an American television producer and long time producer with ESPN has died at the age of 53.
ESPN executive vice president of content Connor Schell described Mandt’s death as “unexpected.” Then, ESPN executive vice president of content Connor Schell said in a release “It’s difficult to understand how someone with such passion for life could be gone so suddenly.”
Then, added “We will certainly remember her relentless pursuit of creative excellence, her courage in pushing boundaries, and the lasting legacy Maura left on the sports world. Most of all, we will remember her as a true friend to so many of us, and we will miss her dearly.”
Maura Mandt Career
Since 1990, Mandt began working on the ESPYS as a production assistant and became a producer on the show later in the decade and was named executive producer in 2002.
Then, she eventually produced ESPN’s annual awards show through her company, MaggieVision Productions. During her time at ESPN, Mandt helped to develop the X Games. In ESPN, she t produced ESPN’s award show, The ESPYs, through her own production company, MaggieVision Productions.
Mandt was among the winners of a Primetime Emmy Award in 2014 for the ESPN 30 for 30 Short “Arthur & Johnnie.” She also won two Sports Emmys for documentary work.
During the time of her death, she was producing the “Marvel Hero Project.” According to Marvel, she project reveals the remarkable, positive change several young heroes are making in their communities. These inspiring kids have dedicated their lives to selfless acts of bravery and kindness, and now, Marvel celebrates them as the true Super Heroes they are.
Maura Mandt Age
How old was she? She was 51 years old and from Columbus, Ohio, U.S.