Find Mick Norcross from Toei Mitt
TOWIE star and Essex businessman, Mick Norcross, has been found dead.
The emergency services announced the death of the 57-year-old businessman who was also behind the redevelopment of Lee’s Grand Bar, Thursday evening.
Earlier this morning, Mick tweeted: In the end, remind yourself that you did the best you could. And that’s good enough. ”
Kirk Norcross’s father, Mick, is best known for being the owner of the Sugar Hut in Brentwood.
In a tweet tonight, Mario Falcon of TUI said he was “shocked and loved”.
Chef and businessman Mark Bowman said, “Our hearts and prayers are with the family and friends of Mick Norcross.”
Mick joined Towie in the early series, appearing with his son and Mario as well as other Essex stars Mark Wright and Lucy Mecklenburg.
Brentwood’s Sugar Hut nightclub – who owns it – appeared in ITV3 and quickly became synonymous with Towie stars.
He was found dead in his home today. Essex police say they did not treat his death as suspicious.
Essex Police said in a statement: “We were summoned to an address on Brentwood Road, Plvan shortly before 3:15 PM on Thursday January 21st.
“Unfortunately, the death of a man inside has been announced. His death will not be treated as suspicious and a file for the forensic doctor will be prepared.”
Shocked and broken heart 💔
– Mario Falcon (@Mario_Falcone) January 21, 2021
Sad to hear about Mick from TOWIE! Think about Kirk and family! 😥
– Jamal Graves (Official_Jamal) January 21, 2021
Sad to hear of death Embed a Tweet. I met him a few years ago at an event.
I vividly remember a young TOWIE fan who arrived desperately over a barrier to shake his hand – he jumped on her and hugged the person (and her entire family).
Sleep well, Mick Norcross
– Ollie Winiberg (olliewb) January 21, 2021
Mick Norcross was the man behind Brentwood’s legendary Sugar Hut nightclub.
The club was sold in 2019 to Studio 338.
At the time, Meek told Echo, “I wish the company every success in the future and in their work to continue the brand.”
He was a prominent businessman in Essex who bought the Grand Pub in Lee, and announced a series of development plans for this landmark.