Catherine Cyran dead: Daytime Emmy-nominated filmmaker Dies of Cancer at 59!
- The Emmy-nominated filmmaker Catherine Cyran passed away at the age of 59 following her cancer battle.
- Several tributes are pouring in for the film producer who died on Christmas Eve in Vancouver.
- Catherine was said to be battling cancer but her death reason is not yet revealed.
RIP Catherine Cyran!
The ‘White Wolves: A Cry in the Wild II’ filmmaker Catherine Cyran has died at the age of 59. Tributes are pouring in after the sad death news of the Emmy-nominated writer as announced by her family and friends.
Friends of Catherine, Gary B Bigger Jr. on December 24, was quick to post a tribute on Facebook sharing the news, which read,
“Today we lost a beautiful soul, Catherine Cyran…This Christmas Eve You slipped through my fingers peacefully. My mentor & director who truly loved me…I never thought angels existed till now.”
Tributes are pouring in for the late Day-time Emmy nominated director
The Harvard and Stanford Business School graduate producer’s death comes as a mourning moment for Hollywood. In honoring Catherine a member of the Writers Guild of America, one of her fans on Twitter, wrote,
“I’ve watched Christmas Do-Over 75 times in the last three years, and genuinely love it. The phrase “Catherine Cyran’s festive time loop dramedy” is one I’ve used MANY times.
“She also earned her spurs working with the legendary Roger Corman! Genuinely a bit crushed by this news… Not sure many people know, but we lost the great soul @CatherineCyran on Christmas Eve. I not only considered her a mentor but a friend. She truly was one of a kind. Rest in peace CC.”
Media and News outlets also offer condolences to the bereaved family of the deceased, with Variety Tweeting,
Catherine Cyran, an Emmy-nominated filmmaker who worked under Roger Corman and wrote “Slumber Party Massacre III” and “A Cry in the Wild,” the adaptation of Gary Paulsen’s novel “Hatchet,” died Dec. 24 after a battle with cancer.
Another user also commented on the death of the beloved friend and mentor, Tweeting,
“Not sure many people know, but we lost the great soul @CatherineCyran on Christmas Eve. I not only considered her a mentor, but a friend. She truly was one of a kind. Rest in peace CC.”
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Who was Catherine Cyran?
Catherine Cyran was a Daytime Emmy nominated filmmaker, who was credited with more than 20 feature films. Cyran as a writer also penned a YA novel called Island of the Last Great Auk based on her award-winning screenplay titled The Last Story.
Her career spanned over three decades after her breakthrough family adventure production White Wolves: A Cry in the Wild II came in 1993.
Briefing her career, she has directed more than 20 feature films over three decades. Her other critically acclaimed films are Dangerous Waters, Sawbones, Prince & Me series, and True Heart.
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