Sat. Nov 26th, 2022

Invoice Treusch, an esteemed New York-based expertise supervisor, died on the age of 80 following an extended sickness on Tuesday in New York Metropolis.

Via Treusch’s profession, he was instrumental to find and guiding the careers of Sissy Spacek, Richard Jenkins, Melissa Leo, Christopher Walken, Tom Hulce, Diane Keaton, Eric Roberts, Tom Berenger, Peter Weller, Viggo Mortensen, Carol Kane and Sandy Dennis amongst many different notable actors.

Treusch started his skilled profession as an autograph collector, then turned the private assistant to Montgomery Clift, who was a theatrical expertise agent with Dudley Area Malone. Most notably, Treusch joined the casting workplace of Marion Dougherty the place he labored with Juliet Taylor, Wallis Nicita and Gretchen Rennell as an assistant.

Dougherty famous Treusch’s nice eye for expertise and reassigned him to a place the place his administration profession then flourished. This story was chronicled within the 2012 documentary “Casting By” from director Tom Donahue. Later in his profession, Treusch began his firm Invoice Treusch & Associates as a one-man operation, and it advanced right into a powerhouse administration firm that offered actors a path into movies, tv and theatrical productions. The corporate was later renamed to Invoice Treusch Administration. Treusch’s skilled profession in expertise administration spanned throughout 5 many years, giving beneficiant time to younger writers and administrators comparable to Joe Mantello and Peter Hedges, whereas mentoring a era of producers, casting administrators, brokers and managers.

Born March 16, 1942, Treusch lived his life in New York Metropolis. Treusch is survived by his sister and brother-in-law Maureen and John Cunningham in addition to nieces and nephews: Tara, Colin and Meghan Cunningham, Ken Treusch, who’s expertise supervisor and companion of Bleecker Avenue Leisure and Shannon Treusch, a companion at Falco Ink, together with a number of nice nephews and nieces.

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