Harvey Levin Skips Hosting Thursday’s ‘TMZ Live’ After ‘Pretty Bad’ Bike Accident

Harvey Levin

TMZ’s Harvey Levin was injured in a “fairly dangerous” bike accident that stored him from internet hosting Thursday’s version of “TMZ Live.”

Levin’s absence was mentioned initially of the nationally syndicated present, which pre-tapes and airs at four p.m. PT. Co-host Charles Latibeaudiere stated Levin was in “a fairly dangerous accident and he’ll want a little bit little bit of time to heal.” He didn’t provide particulars concerning the accident or Levin’s situation however stated he was glad that Levin was carrying a helmet. 

A consultant for the corporate didn’t instantly return a request for remark.

Levin, TMZ’s longtime managing editor, instructed TheWrap again in April that he believed “TMZ on TV” and “TMZ Live” — which characteristic Levin and the remainder of the newsroom employees — seemed even higher with the hosts broadcasting remotely than they did of their Playa Vista studio.

“I don’t have the phrases to let you know how superior our technical group is however I feel they’re about the perfect technical group in tv,” Levin gushed, noting the TMZ group made the choice to do business from home earlier than any official orders got here down to take action. “My technical group figured this out and didn’t miss a beat. The subsequent day, they have been taping your entire exhibits from house.”

“There is extra materials since we’ve all been at house than I’ve seen in years,” he defined. “There is a lot materials. On the web site, we’re posting extra tales than we’ve in years. I don’t assume we’ve ever posted as many tales per day as we’re posting now that there’s a lot happening.”

The world continues to be upended by the coronavirus pandemic, with extra folks contracting COVID-19 as the times cross. While many have recovered, some have died from problems of the sickness. These are the names of some notable figures from Hollywood and the media  that we’ve misplaced.

Terrence McNally, a four-time Tony Award-winning playwright, died on March 24 on the age of 81 of problems from the coronavirus. His works included “Master Class,” “Love! Valour! Compassion!” and “Frankie and Johnny within the Clair de Lune,” which later grew to become a movie with Michelle Pfeiffer and Al Pacino.

Italian actress Lucia Bosè, who starred in such movies as Michelangelo Antonioni’s “Story of a Love Affair” (1950) and Juan Antonio Bardem’s “Death of a Cyclist” (1955), died on March 23 of pneumonia after contracting COVID-19, in response to the Guardian. She was 89.

Chef Floyd Cardoz, winner of “Top Chef Masters” Season 3, died on the age of 59 of coronavirus problems on March 25.

Mark Blum, who starred in “Desperately Seeking Susan,” “Crocodile Dundee” and the Lifetime/Netflix collection “You,” died on March 26 of coronavirus problems. The veteran character actor and common on New York City phases was 69.

Maria Mercader, a CBS News veteran who labored for over 30 years as a reporter and expertise director, died March 29 after testing optimistic for coronavirus. She was 54.

Grammy-winning nation music singer Joe Diffie died March 29 because of problems from the coronavirus. He introduced his prognosis simply two days prior.

American rock musician Alan Merrill, finest identified for co-writing and recording the unique model of “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll,” died March 29 of problems from the coronavirus. He was 69.

Popular Japanese comic Ken Shimura, whose profession spanned many years, died March 29 because of problems from the coronavirus. He was 70.

Andrew Jack, a dialect coach who most not too long ago was employed to work with Robert Pattinson on the brand new Batman film, died March 31 of problems from coronavirus, TMZ experiences. He additionally appeared in “Star Wars: Episode VII” as a member of Leia’s resistance. Jack was 76.

Adam Schlesinger, Fountains of Wayne singer and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” contribute, died on the age of 52 from coronavirus problems on April 1.

Ellis Marsalis Jr., New Orleans jazz legend and father of Wynton and Branford Marsalis, died at 85 from COVID-19 problems, Branford stated. “Ellis Marsalis was a legend. He was the prototype of what we imply after we speak about New Orleans jazz… He was a instructor, a father, and an icon — and phrases aren’t adequate to explain the artwork, the enjoyment and the surprise he confirmed the world,” New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell stated additionally.

Eddie Large, one-half of the comedy duo Little and Large, died April 2 after contracting coronavirus whereas hospitalized for coronary heart failure. He was 78.

Sergio Rossi, the Italian shoe designer, died at age 84 after being hospitalized with the virus, the model confirmed in an Instagram publish Friday.

Patricia Bosworth, a stage and display actress turned journalist who penned celeb biographies, died April 2 from problems of the coronavirus. She was 86.

Tom Dempsey, New Orleans Saints legendary kicker who was born with out toes on his proper foot and wore a flat shoe that he kicked with, died on April four from problems of COVID-19.

John Prine, probably the most influential and revered people and nation songwriters of the final 50 years, died on April 6 on the age of 73 after being contaminated with the COVID-19 virus.

Allen Garfield,  who appeared in such movies as “The Conversation,” “Nashville” and “Irreconcilable Differences,” died April 7 because of coronavirus problems, in response to his sister. He was 80.

Charles Gregory, an Emmy-nominated hairstylist who continuously collaborated with Tyler Perry on his movies and TV exhibits, died of problems from COVID-19 on April 8.

Hilary Heath, an actress and producer who starred reverse Vincent Price in horror films within the late 1960s and early ’70s, died in April of COVID-19 problems. She was 74.

Rick May, a voice actor finest identified to players because the husky-throated Soldier in Team Fortress 2, died in Swedish nursing house on April 13 after contracting COVID-19. He was 79.

Allen Daviau, a 5-time Oscar-nominated cinematographer, died April 15 at age 77. He continuously collaborated with Steven Spielberg, and labored on such movies as “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” and “The Color Purple”

Henry Grimes, celebrated jazz bassist, died on April 15 at age 84, in response to WGBO. He labored with such legends as Thelonius Monk, Charles Mingus and Sonny Rollins.

‘Knight Rider’ and ‘Magnum P.I.’ producer Joel Rogosin died of coronavirus on the MPTF nursing house. He grew to become the fifth particular person to die from COVID-19 problems on the facility.

Rapper Fred the Godson died after contracting coronavirus, a consultant confirmed to Complex. He wrote on social media of his prognosis on April 6, however he didn’t get better.

Art director Matteo De Cosmo, who labored on movies together with “Emergence,” “The Punisher” and “Luke Cage,” died of coronavirus problems. He was 52.

Roy Horn, finest generally known as half of the legendary Siegfried & Roy magic and animal act in Las Vegas, died on May Eight from problems because of coronavirus.

Legendary Auburn soccer coach Pat Dye died on June 1 after combating COVID-19 and different medical situations. He was 80.

Chris Trousdale, a member of the boy band Dream Street, died of coronavirus problems on June 2. He was 34.

While many celebrities who contracted COVID-19 have recovered, some have died from problems of the sickness

The world continues to be upended by the coronavirus pandemic, with extra folks contracting COVID-19 as the times cross. While many have recovered, some have died from problems of the sickness. These are the names of some notable figures from Hollywood and the media  that we’ve misplaced.

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