Movie Producer Chase Mishkin has passed away. Get to know more about the cause of her death, Wiki, Age, Family, Husband, Children, Net Worth, and more.
Chase Mishkin Wikipedia
Chase Mishkin was a producer whose roster of productions scored two Tony Awards (for Dame Edna: The Royal Tour and Memphis).
Mishkin theater producing career began just shy of her 60th birthday following the death of Ralph Mishkin, her husband who was a carpet manufacturer.
A Los Angeles staging of Trish Vradenburg’s The Apple Doesn’t Fall…, was her first production, a drama about Alzheimer’s that opened on Broadway in 1996 with Leonard Nimoy directing.
Moisés Kaufman’s acclaimed 1997 hit Gross Indecency: The Trials of Oscar Wilde includes Mishkin’s Off Broadway. Not only that, but she also was a producer of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street In Concert, which aired on PBS in 2001.
Chase Mishkin Cause Of Death
Chase Mishkin died on July 24 at her home in Manhattan.
Her death was made public in a New York Times obituary on August 10, 2022. Mishkin’s daughter Julie Kahle told the newspaper that her mother had dementia and had suffered two strokes.
Chase Mishkin Age
She was 85 years at the time of death.
Chase Mishkin Husband
Chase Mishkin was married to her husband Ralph Mishkin, who was a carpet manufacturer until his death.
Chase Mishkin Children
Chase Mishkin is survived by daughters; Julie Kahle, Dixie May, Stepson Steve Mishkin, and other extended family.
Chase Mishkin Parents
No records about her parents.
Chase Mishkin Siblings
Her siblings were not documented.
Chase Mishkin Net Worth
Chase Mishkin has an estimated net worth of $5 million at the time of death in 2022.