November 17, 2010 by Post Team
Natalie Wood, Ronni Chasen, a longtime publicist who worked with well known Hollywood stars, died Tuesday morning after being shot while driving home through the streets of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, after a release, police said.
A spokesman for the Department Beverly Hills Police said they found the sports car Mercedes Benz E-350 from the publisher Chasen, 64, crashed into a utility pole shortly after 12:30 am Tuesday at the intersection of Beverly Hills Sunset Boulevard, in the Californian town in the western United States.
According to the police count, the victim, who represented stars like Natalie Wood and the composer Hans Zimmer, had attended the Monday night premiere in Hollywood musical “Burlesque,” starring Christina Aguilera and Cher, and then attended a party for the film.
Presumably on his way home driving his car alone received multiple gunshots to the chest. Neighbors of a house in Beverly Hills who heard the shots called the police, who found the crashed vehicle.
Ronni Chasen, former vice president of worldwide publicity department of MGM, was one of the leading figures in the organization after racks of the trappings of the International Film Festival Palm Springs (California desert), where evoked stars like Randy Newman, John Williams and Andy Garcia, said the website Desert.com.
His credits as film publicist said with films like “Driving Miss Daisy,” “On Golden Pond” and “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.”
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