Eva Maria Daniels, a prominent producer known for her work on independent films such as “Reality,” “What Maisie Knew,” and “Joe Bell,” died on June 30 in London.
Director Börkur Sigthorsson in a Facebook post condoled the demise of Daniels. The post read, “Eva died on the same terms as she lived. She played her cards close to her chest. She didn’t seek recognition when she had success. She didn’t seek pity when she suffered. I will miss her friendship greatly, but mostly I will miss seeing what she would have done next.”
Cause of death-
As per media reports, she was suffering from cancer, and eventually fell victim to it.
She was widely known for her independent work. There is not much information regarding the net worth of the producer.
Eva Maria Daniels was born on July 5, 1979. She died at the young age of 43.
Eva Maria Daniels embarked on her producing career in 2009, beginning with her involvement in the TV series “P.O.V.” Her abilities and commitment allowed her to executive produce well-known movies like “The Romantics” and, in 2012, both “What Maisie Knew” and “Goats.” The contemporary version of Henry James’ book “What Maisie Knew,” which starred Julianne Moore, Steve Coogan, and Alexander Skarsgard, drew attraction and had its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.
Daniels continued her fruitful partnerships by acting as executive producer for two Oren Moverman-directed movies starring Richard Gere: “Time Out of Mind” in 2014 and “The Dinner” in 2017. Her career path brought her together with Mark Wahlberg for the 2020 motion picture “Joe Bell.”
Throughout her profession, Daniels displayed her passion for storytelling and her ability to bring captivating projects to life.
Husband Moritz Diller-
Eva Maria Daniels was married to Moritz Diller.
She had a 5-year-old son named Henry.