British reality personality Mick Norcross is well-known for his appearances on The Only Way is Essex on ITV2. The businessman who rose to popularity on ITV as the proprietor of the Sugar Hut nightclub committed suicide at the age of 57. A post-mortem investigation at Basildon Hospital on January 26 determined that suspension by ligature was the cause of death.
A True Essex Star Departs!
Fans of The Only Way Is Essex from all across the world were devastated to hear of Norcross’s passing.
The reality star was discovered hanging in the cellar of his home in the Essex village of Bulphan, according to the authorities. The police correspondents followed all procedures to determine that his death was not suspicious after paramedics swiftly declared him dead.
On the morning of his passing, he posted his last tweet. Social media was swamped with tributes and condolences from celebrities including Gemma Collins, James Argent, Mario Falcone, Lauren Goodger, and other well-wishers. Norcross exuded a frightening air that extended beyond the screen to crew personnel and those working behind the scenes. The terrible news of the loss of an actual Essex legend left everyone “Devasated.”
Father of Kirk Norcross: Personal Life
Kirk Norcross, a well-known English television personality, is the son of 57-year-old property magnate Mick Norcross. Together with his partner Julie Lloyd, he gave birth to Krik.
But when Kirk was five years old, Mick left his two sons, Kirk and Daniel, with their mother to pursue his dream of being a millionaire. During that time, his sons and Julie, their single mother, lived in poverty while finding shelter at a hostel.
Later, when Krik was 16 years old, Mick made a second financial contribution to his son’s situation.
As of late, reality television programs like The Only Way Is Essex, Celebrity Big Brother UK, and MTV UK’s Ex On The Beach have made Kirk Norcross, the son of Mick Norcross, famous. It’s noteworthy to note that Kirk revealed his sexual relationships with 800–1,000 women up until the publication of his autobiography, “Essex Boy,” in 2013.
Mick Norcross’ Hotel
The owner of The Grand Hotel in Leigh, United Kingdom, is Mick Norcross. People of various ages and all classes are known to congregate at the Grand Hotel for a few drinks at the bar.
There was usually piano music playing in the bar at the back of the establishment before Mick became the owner. But as time went on, things started to change; fewer people went to the pub, and the structure also started to deteriorate.
Mick used to own the hotel and had visions of bringing it back to its former splendor. He paid £4.3 million for the hotel in 2011 and planned to renovate it into a boutique hotel with a restaurant and spa. He mentioned this just before moving out of his old house:
“I’ve been here six years and I’ve completely refurbished this place.” “Now I’m ready to move on to another project,” he added.
Mick first paid £1.2 million in 2005 for the home in Bulphan, Essex, which is close to Brentwood. Mick then spent a year and between £300,000 and £400,000 repairing the home before moving in.
Mick Norcross’s net worth increased and reached $12 million. However, rumors contend that while renovating The Grand Hotel, Norcross was carrying an 8 million euro debt.
On May 11th, 1963, Mick Norcross was born in Brentwood, England.