Tenpercenter had worked at agency only 10 months
Monika Wittmann, an employee of the Endeavor talent agency, died of undetermined causes Saturday at her Los Angeles home. She was 33.
Wittmann was hired by Endeavor only 10 months ago, working in the percentery’s Marketing Solutions division. She assisted marketing executive Mark Stroman. Wittmann attended Endeavor’s annual Christmas party at the Wilshire Ebell theater Friday.
In a joint statement, Endeavor’s partners said they were all “deeply saddened by the loss” and expressed “sincerest condolences to her family and friends.”
Before joining Endeavor, Wittmann worked in the A&R department at Warner Bros. Records. She also had been a marketing manager at ArtistDirect.com.
Born in Mountain View, Wittmann received her B.A. from the University of San Francisco. She also was a graduate of the Gotham-based American Musical & Dramatic Academy, a rigorous two-year conservatory that trains students for careers in the performing arts in both musical theater and dramatic acting.
Wittmann was well known at the agency for her passionate love of music, particularly rock ‘n’ roll bands: She was the go-to girl at Endeavor for concert tickets and pop music intelligence.
She is survived by her father, Bertrand Reeves Wittmann Sr.; brother, Bertrand “Bret” Reeves Wittmann Jr.; mother, Maureen McCormack-Wild; stepfather, Robert Wild; and grandmother, Marie Herbrich.
Endeavor is assisting the family in the establishment of a memorial fund in Wittmann’s name.