On 10th July 2020, reports broke “This Is Us” writer Jas Waters had died. She was 39 years old.
Read in detail about Jas’ wiki including her family, height, and net worth. Also, tag along to know about the celebrated writer’s husband and her cause of death.
Jas Waters Cause Of Death
Via Twitter, Jas’ representative at Rain Management Group confirmed the news of her passing away.
An excerpt of the statement read,
“It is with extremely heavy hearts that all of us at RMG mourn the life of our client & friend, Jas Waters.”
The statement continued,
“Jas was a talented & gifted writer, an amazing person, & a sweet soul who will be forever missed. Though she is no longer with us, her impact will be felt for years to come.”
At the time, Rain Management Group failed to provide Jas Waters’ cause of death.
Talking to LA Times immediately, Jas’ cousin Ty Levey revealed a cause of death had yet to be determined.
Days before her death, Jas had sent out some cryptic tweets. In one, she tweeted about her anxiety going through the roof. Her last tweet, meanwhile, read: “Some shit just changes you.”
Moreover, Jas reportedly died in her Hollywood home.
On 12th July 2020, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office revealed Jas died from suicide by hanging.
Sadden by her death, a host of celebrities took to social media and remembered Jas. Writer David Dennis Jr. branded Jas inspirational. Likewise, TV personality Brittany Luse said she looked up to Jas.
Jas Waters Wiki — Family, Height, Net Worth
On 21st October 1980, Jas Waters was born to her African-American parents.
Fans and family lovingly called the Evanston, Illinois-native by her nickname “Jas Fly”.
Following graduation from Evanston Township High School, Jas attended Columbia College Chicago.
Per her IMDB page, Jas spent almost a decade honing her directorial skills. Working in TV development and film production, Jas earned credits on “Spider-Man,” “Hardball,” “Save the Last Dance,” “MTV’s “Real World,” “ER,” and “Barbershop” franchises.
Talking about her latter gigs, Jas worked as a story editor with “Kidding”. Likewise, she also helped pen Comedy Central’s “Hood Adjacent With James Davis” and the 2019 flick “What Men Want.”
Beyond Hollywood, Jas wrote pop-culture columns for “Vibe Magazine”. She also ran an entertainment blog called FlyLifeStyle.com. Elsewhere, Jas earned notable success working on music videos for numerous Hip-Hop acts.
As a journalist, Jas conducted interviews with Jay-Z, Warren Buffett, Joan Rivers, Ava DuVernay, Spike Lee, and Drake. Moreover, Jas appeared on platforms like “Debate Lounge” and “Gossip Girl”.
Before her death, Jas Waters had accumulated a reported net worth of around $0.75 million. Furthermore, she stood around 5 feet 9 inches in height.
Interestingly, Jas seemed unavailable on Instagram.
Husband, Boyfriend, Relationship
From what the fans could gather, Jas Waters never got married. However, she must’ve enjoyed the company of many men who she deemed as her boyfriends.
At the reporting of his passing, Jas’ relationship status remained unclear. What’s more, her dating history was as elusive as they make.
Nonetheless, keen folks could gather Jas’ ideal husband type by looking into her tweets. In one, Jas wrote:
“Submit doesn’t mean control. It means humble obedience which means giving authority, which is having the power to lead. That’s a husband.”
In another, Jas declared:
“I hope my future husband knows he has to share me with SZA.”
Referencing “Breaking Bad,” Jas once tweeted:
“If my dying husband starts cooking meth to secure a future for our children and I, I def won’t try to cheat on him with my embezzling boss.”
Last modified: June 12, 2020