- Elizabeth Hurley stated she and Steve Bing ‘turned shut once more’
- They had been in a relationship briefly in 2001
- “I am saddened past perception,” she wrote
Hollywood mogul Steve Bing, who produced movies corresponding to The Polar Specific and Get Carter, died on June 23, actress Elizabeth Hurley, who was in a relationship with Mr Bing briefly in 2001, confirmed on Twitter. He was 55. Ms Hurley posted a condolence tweet and stated, “I am saddened past perception that Steve is not with us. Our time collectively was very joyful and though there have been some robust occasions, the recollections of a candy, type man are what matter. We turned shut once more within the final yr and final spoke on our son’s 18th. That is devastating information.” Elizabeth Hurley and Steve Bing had been dad and mom to Damian Charles Hurley.
Here is Elizabeth Hurley’s tweet:
I am saddened past perception that Steve is not with us. Our time collectively was very joyful & though there have been some robust occasions, the recollections of a candy, type man are what matter. We turned shut once more within the final yr & final spoke on our son’s 18th. That is devastating information. pic.twitter.com/aivYc5lL3x
— Elizabeth Hurley (@ElizabethHurley) June 23, 2020
In 2002, after Damian was born, Mr Bing denied paternity however a DNA check established that he was the daddy of Elizabeth Hurley’s son. Steve Bing was additionally the daddy of Kira, born to tennis participant Lisa Bonder.
The Polar Specific, which featured Tom Hanks within the voice forged, is amongst his most notable tasks as he invested over $80 million within the 2004 film, which went on to make over $300 million worldwide. He additionally bankrolled tasks like Beowulf and Shine A Gentle, a Rolling Stones live performance movie directed by Martin Scorsese.
Other than producing Hollywood movies, Steve Bing was a outstanding real-estate developer and philanthropist. He was the grandson of real-estate tycoon Leo S Bing, from whom he inherited round $600 million when he was all of 18, reported information company AFP.
(With inputs from AFP)