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Emmy winner found mummified under trash pile

2021-04-01T18:40:26.902Z

Evelyn Sakash had been missing since October. They describe her as a 'very hoarding' person.



04/01/2021 2:46 PM

  • Clarín.com

  • International

Updated 04/01/2021 2:46 PM

Evelyn Sakash

, the

Emmy Award-winning

set designer and production designer

who has been missing since September, was found

dead

at age 66.


The production designer and set designer, also known for her tendency to accumulate things, was deceased

under a pile of garbage

in her own home in New York.

Sakash's body was found Tuesday afternoon, March 30, under a pile of debris

inside the kitchen of his home

in Queens, a city police spokesman confirmed to People magazine.

The local authorities also assured that the forensic doctors were working to determine the cause of death, although the authorities do not suspect

any type of criminal motive

.

Many describe Evelyn Sakash as a "compulsive hoarder."

Photo illustration: Shutterstock

Evelyn's tragic story

The producer's sister, Ellen Brown, admitted that she had not been able to contact her since last October, while describing her as a

"very accumulative person

"

That was why he finally decided to travel to New York and hire a company to clean the house.

It was

employees

of this company who

found the mummified body

, explained Madeline O'Connell Hartling, who created a GoFundMe campaign in December to raise funds to find Sakash.

"This is just

devastating

," Brown told the New York Daily News about his sister's death.

"She had a full life. She had an extraordinary talent. She had a brilliant mind ... I don't want my sister to be remembered like that, as they found her."

"This is clearly the effect of a long time," he added. "Sometimes she kept people at bay. The headlines call her the 'Queens Hoard,' but she really wasn't like that."


In fact, her sister highlighted how

generous

she was always with her family and friends.

"Every one of his friends would say he was the first person to step up if someone needed help," he recalled.

"I want all of that to be her final memory, and not that she was found in poor condition."

Talented, Evelyn Sakash won an Emmy and is described by her people as "very generous."

Photo: GoFundMe

The mark of success

In her more than 30-year career as a set decorator and production designer in the world of film and television, Evelyn Sakash has worked on shows like

"Sesame Street

,

" "Orange Is the New Black,"

and

"Law and Order. : Criminal Attempt "

.

Among his top accomplishments, he won an Emmy for Outstanding Achievements in Art Direction, Set Decoration, and Stage Design in 2003 for his work on

"Between the Lions

.

"

In addition, he had another nomination the following year and was featured in a

dozen films

, including

Taxi;

Mermaids, 

the great success of Cher and Winona Ryder; 

Always Alice

, with Julianne Moore;

and the romantic comedy

Made in America

Currently, on GoFundMe, those close to him are raising funds to pay for the funeral expenses.

The goal is to reach $ 10,000. 


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