The DJ and dancer Stephen “tWitch” Boss’ was found dead from a gunshot wound to the head, according to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner.
When his wife, the dancer and TV broadcaster Allison Holker Boss, announced his death on December 13, the reason for death was extensively conjectured upon. The 40-year-old tWitch reportedly left the family home and went to a hotel in Los Angeles, where he committed suicide.
Boss, who was well-known by the name tWitch, was found dead in the bathroom of his hotel room on Tuesday. After he didn’t check out at 11 a.m., a maid went to his room.
Allison, his wife, told PEOPLE the sad news and sent an emotional message to her husband.
She said, “It would be an understatement to say he left a legacy, but he did, and his good work will live on.” “I’m sure there won’t be a single day when we don’t remember him. During this hard time for me and especially for our three children, we ask for privacy.”
As a well-known dancer and DJ, tWitch gave his fans something that would last. They also began to look into how much money he had left when he died.
Stephen “tWitch” Boss’ Net Worth: At The Time Of His Death
When Stephen “tWitch” Boss died, he was worth about $5 million. Several news sources said his worth went up while he was on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
It turned out that tWitch earned $500,000 per season during his first two years on Ellen DeGeneres’ show. When he became a co-host, his salary went up over $1 million, which increased his net worth.
In 2003, the Alabama native became famous when he came in second place on “Star Search.” On “The Wade Robson Project,” he also came in third.
He was in the hit comedies “Blades of Glory” and “Hairspray” because of his skills and talent.
tWitch tried to win the competition show “So You Think You Can Dance” in its third season. But he didn’t even get into the top 20.
When he tried again in 2008, he came in second. tWitch came back to the show in seasons seven through nine as an All-Star. In season 12 of “So You Think You Can Dance,” he was the captain of Team Street.
He also worked as an actor, appearing in more TV shows and movies like “Stomp the Yard: Homecoming,” “Step Up 3D,” “Drop Dead Diva,” “Modern Family,” “Adventures in Love and Babysitting,” and “So Close.” In April 2019, the DJ also made $1.3 million from selling his Sherman Oaks home.
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