Maura Mandt Biography – Maura Mandt Wiki
Maura Mandt was a longtime producer with ESPN. She worked on the ESPY Awards for more than two decades and eventually became the show’s executive producer.
Mandt began working on the ESPYS as a production assistant in the 1990s, became a producer on the show later in the decade and was named executive producer in 2002. 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. Among the other numerous projects her company worked on were the NFL Honors show and projects for The Walt Disney Company, which owns ESPN.
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.
According to her IMDB profile, she is credited as the producer of Marvel’s Hero Project, The 2019 ESPY Awards, Refuge, The 2018 ESPY Awards, New Year’s Eve with Steve Harvey, The Story of Diana, The 2017 ESPY Awards, Sing the Auditions, One & Done, We Are, The Timeline, BringBackSungWooo, ESPY Awards (2015), The 2015 ESPY Awards, 30 for 30, Rick Was Here, 2014 ESPY Awards: Drake vs Blake, Made in America, 30 for 30 Shorts, 2012 ESPY Awards, 26 Years: The Dewey Bozella Story, National Football League Honors, 2011 ESPY Awards, The Confession, 2009 ESPY Awards, Return to Mexico City, ESPYS Backstage, ESPY Awards, ESPYS Backstage, The ESPY Awards: Red Carpet Special, Ricky Bobby: Sports Century, 14th Annual ESPY Awards, Lance Is a Jerk, Last Stop for Paul, Kurtlar Vadisi, ESPY Awards, Friday Night Lights Lost Scene, ESPY Awards, Coaching the Minors, Rome Is Burning, ESPY Awards, The Comeback, ESPY Awards, Any Given Wednesday, ESPY Awards, and Hijacking Hollywood.
Maura Mandt Age
Maura Mandt died on February 28, 2020. She was 53 years old.
Maura Mandt Husband
Little is known about Maura Mandt’s husband.
Maura Mandt Death
Maura Mandt died unexpectedly on Friday, February 28, 2020, at the age of 53 in New York City. ESPN executive vice president of content Connor Schell confirmed her death in a statement. The statement read: “It’s difficult to understand how someone with such passion for life could be gone so suddenly. 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 ESPN Cause of Death – How Did Maura Mandt Die
Maura Mandt’s cause of death was not disclosed.