Geno Havens Dies at 75: Check Death Reason and Cause

Geno Havens Dies: Geno who had been a casting director and worked in films like The Jerk of Carl Reiner and Phantom of the Paradise of Brian de Palma. He died at an age of 75 years. (check: NHL Draft 2016 results.)



The cause of Havens death was the complications which he suffered. The reason for this complications was a stroke when he got at USC Medical Center in Los Angeles. (watch: Game of Thrones season 6 episode 2.)

Geno Havens

Kevin Bernhardt, the screenwriter, producer, and actor confirmed the heartbreaking news. They had been friends for over 30 years and worked together for numerous movies. (also: Once Upon a Time s5e20.)



Havens was the reason for the launch of acting careers of Dennis Quaid, and the ex-wife of Bernhardt, the Purple Rain co-star and Prince protege Apollonia. (check: Quantico S1E20.)

Geno also worked as a casting director in movies like More American Graffiti (1979). He also served as a dialogue coach on the George Lucas original and Alligator (1980) which John Sayles had written. Moreover, he also helped secure actors for Terrence Malick’s Days of Heaven which released in 1978. (watch: The Flash S2E20.)

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Geno studied acting at the University of Utah. Later on, he did a job as at a casting company led by Fred Roos and Mike Fenton. (see: Arrow s4e20.)

Then, Havens worked in a team with blaxploitation directors Arthur Marks and Jack Hill for films like Detroit 9000 (1973), Bucktown (1975), Switchblade Sisters (1975) and Friday Foster (1975) which starred Pam Grier.

Geno’s curriculum vitae (resume) included the movie Baretta of ABC series by Robert Blake which released in 1970s and the films Hardbodies (1984), Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985), Maniac Cop (1988), Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice (1992), and The Last Days of Frankie the Fly (1996).

Recently, Havens worked in casting and development industry along with producer Elie Samaha and served as a director of creative development for Timepiece Entertainment.

Geno Havens Dies

Havens was under 5-feet and made his career strong in Hollywood film industry even when he was diagnosed with osteogenesis imperfecta when he was only 22-months old.

“Geno Havens never talked about his physical problems. He was an inspiration to everybody,” Bernhardt said. He is survived by a nephew and others (the full list is not available).

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