The hit Showtime TV show “Homeland” was dealt a big blow on March 18 when Henry Bromell died. The writer and executive producer was 66 and is believed to have suffered a heart attack at his home. Huffington Post shared the details.
Bromell partnered with Showtime for over a decade, having worked on “Brotherhood” as well as “Homeland.” He also worked on shows such as “Northern Exposure,” “Chicago Hope,” “Homicide: Life on the Streets” and “Rubicon.” Bromell also lent his talent to several books and two feature films. “Homeland” has become a huge hit for Showtime, and won both an Emmy and a Golden Globe for best drama last year.
The writer and producer is known in the industry for his talent and passion, as well as his humor and generosity. Showtime executives were quick to share a statement mourning his loss as the news spread. Henry Bromell died at a hospital Monday in Los Angeles, according to his friend and agent Peter Benedek. He is survived by Sarah, his wife, and two sons, William and Jake.