Ben Feigin dies at 47

Ben Feigin, CEO of  Schitt's Creek and an award-winning producer and LLC founder and, died Monday of pancreatic cancer.

His wife's employer and his former employer confirmed his death.

Feigin received an Emmy for Comedy Series and a Golden Globe for Best Musical.

He also received an award for Best Comedy Series in 2020 and 2021.

Feigin graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara before starting work at Warner Bros.

To oversee the "Friends, "The West Wing" and "ER" series Figgins worked under Warner Bros.

Feigin plays key role in first ever live-streamed event, facilitating partnership with AOL.

Feigin joined Anonymous Content in 2006, in addition to continuing as a producer also joined.