Steve Fickinger Wikipedia, Biography
Steve Fickinger was born in 1960 in Chicago, Illinois, the youngest of five children. He was an award-winning director who is noted for Dear Evan Hansen.
It was announced by his niece Jessica Roy that he died suddenly at his Laguna Beach home.
He attended New Trier High School West, where he acted on stage with future Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, and then went to college at UCLA.
Fickinger worked at Disney in various capacities such as director of creative development for Walt Disney Feature Animation and VP for creative development for the Disney Theatrical Group.
During his time at Disney, he worked on the production of Mulan, Tarzan, and Lilo & Stitch and also supervised the launch of Broadway shows like The Lion King and Aida.
Upon leaving Disney, he set up his own production company called FickStern Productions which churned out the six Tony Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen.
Fickinger was involved in the work of charities such as AIDS Walk and the Los Angeles Food Mission.
Steve Fickinger Age
He was 62 years old at the time of death.
Steve Fickinger Net Worth
At the time of his death, Steve was estimated to be worth $5 million.
Steve Fickinger Family
Fickinger was born into a family of seven including his parents and four siblings; Joan, Jan, Michael, and Emily.
Steve Fickinger Wife
It is not clear if Steve was ever married or was married at the time of his death.
Steve Fickinger Children
There is no record of Steve having any children, whether biological or adopted.
Steve Fickinger Parents
There is no information on who his parents are.
Steve Fickinger Siblings
Steve is survived by his four siblings; Joan, Jan, Michael, and Emily, and Jessica Roy his niece.