Thomas Augsberger Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Instagram, Biography

Thomas Augsberger, a notable maker, died at his Hollywood Slopes home on Tuesday
Augsberger died at 60 years old
He was hitched to Jana and had three kids – Tessa Lili, Helena Lucia, and Nicholas Alfred

Thomas Augsberger, a notable maker and expert for overall media, suddenly died at his Hollywood Slopes home on Tuesday, his marketing specialist shared with Assortment. He was 60 years of age.

Reason for death-

At this point, the exact reason for his demise has not been unveiled by his delegates.

Total assets

According to media reports, he has an expected total assets of around $93 Million, starting around 2023.


He died at 60 years old.


German-prepared legal counselor Thomas Augsberger sent off Eden Rock Media, a media consultancy firm as well as a creation organization for movies and TV. Remarkably, high-profile media organizations like Germany’s Leonine Studios were among his customer base. Augsberger functioned as a specialist for the Tele Muenchen Gathering (TMG) for over 20 years, going about as their main delegate in North America. He was instrumental in dealing with TMG’s U.S. interests as of now, which remembered the acquisition of the Shared Film Library for 2006 and a favored stock stake in Lionsgate Diversion in 1999.

In his long 26-year vocation as an expert, Augsberger pre-purchased various ventures, including Wonder’s Iron Man series, Voltage’s Oscar-winning “The Hurt Storage,” Foremost’s “Screen Island,” Culmination’s Dusk series, Lionsgate’s John Wick series, “Blades Out,” “The Craving Games: The Melody of Warblers and Snakes,” and impending motion pictures like “Borderlands” and “Ballet dancer.”

With respect to, Augsberger got licenses for shows including “Flashpoint,” “Outrage The executives,” and “The Night Supervisor” in German.

In his ability as a maker, Augsberger was instrumental in the creation and execution of freely supported highlight films, especially while working with debut essayist chiefs. These ventures incorporate “Episode at Loch Ness,” coordinated by Zak Penn and featuring Werner Herzog; “Pausing,” coordinated by Ransack McKittrick and featuring Ryan Reynolds and Anna Farris; “Mr. Streams,” featuring Kevin Costner in Bruce Evans’ film; “Exhaust and Dale versus Evil,” coordinated by Eli Craig and featuring Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk; and “Comfort,” featuring Anthony Hopkins, Colin Farrell, Jeffrey Dignitary Morgan, and Abbie Cornish.

Spouse and kids

He was hitched to Jana. They had three youngsters – Tessa Lili, Helena Lucia, and Nicholas Alfred.