Emmy Award-Winning Producer Denise Cramsey Died
Emmy Award-winning producer Denise Cramsey has died after suffering a brain aneurysm. Cramsey passed away at the age of 41 on Tuesday morning, November 23.
A spokesperson from her agency, WME, says in a statement, "It is with tremendous sadness that the immediate and extended family of Denise Cramsey is confirming her death yesterday due to a brain aneurysm suffered in the morning."
"At Denise's side were her fiance Scott, best friend Risa and brother Billy. Continuing the spirit of charity and kindness that embodied Denise, her organs will be donated. We thank everybody for their thoughts and prayers and words cannot express our sadness with the loss of Denise."
Cramsey produced several U.S. TV series including "True Beauty", "Trading Spaces" and "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition", which earned her Emmys in 2005 and 2006 for Outstanding Reality Program. She received a total of four Emmy nominations throughout her career.
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