Mick Norcross WIki – Mick Norcross Biography
Mick Norcross, the former owner of the Sugar Hut nightclub in Brentwood that featured heavily in reality show “The Only Way Is Essex,” died Thursday. Mick – who lived in Bulphan – was developing a historic Manor House less than a mile from his home, as well as a luxury new-build housing estate just yards from where he lived.
Mick Norcross Age
Mick Norcross was 57 years old.
Mick Norcross Son
Paula Hearn, 55, who also lived nearby, said: “Everyone knew Mick, he was very approachable and always up for a chat.
“Even when he was on the telly he was still the same bloke. I have no idea what his poor family must be going through. They were very close.”
Cause of Death
British reality TV star Mick Norcross has been found dead at his home at the age of 57. “So sad to hear the news today of the passing of Mr Sugarhut @micky_norcross,” tweeted the club.” A very talented, friendly and fun guy, who made a huge mark on Brentwood.”
Sugar Hut called Norcross “a true Essex legend who will be sorely missed.”
Essex Police said officers were called to an address in Bulphan, Essex shortly before 3.15 p.m. local time.
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Mick Norcross friend and co-star Mario Falcone turned to Instagram and paid rich tribute to him.
Sharing his throwback photos with Mick, Mario wrote, “This one is very hard to accept. I had so much respect and admiration for this man. I had the honour of filming with him a lot on Towie and also to be good friends away from the show.”
He further said, “When I went through my battle with depression and suicide you were the only one from the whole show that reached out and cared about me. You were someone I looked upto and held in the highest regard. The thought of you going through the same pain and emotional darkness I did breaks my heart.”
“You will be sorely missed by so many! Thank you for the many memories in the sugar hut, the wild parties, the advice and dropping me off to get my R8. The world has lost a very good man. RIP Mick Norcross.”