UPDATED: Tributes to Tony Scott from the Hollywood community have been pouring in following the director-producer’s tragic death. They include remembrances by the stars of the TV series he produced: The Good Wife‘s Julianna Margulies and Numbers‘ David Krumholtz. Numbers marked the first TV series for Ridley and Tony Scott’s Scott Free Prods. It was followed by CBS’ acclaimed legal drama The Good Wife, with the duo also behind The Pillars Of The Earth limited series and its sequel, World Without End, History’s Gettysburg special and the upcoming A&E miniseries Coma, which debuts in two weeks, on Labor Day. (There are no plans to shift the premiere date in light of Tony Scott’s passing.) CBS and CBS Studios, the network and studio behind both Numbers and The Good Wife, also issued a statement (below):
ER alumna Julianna Margulies scored a rare second successful TV series with The Good Wife, which has earned her an Emmy, a Golden Globe and a SAG Award. Here is her statement released to Deadline:
I was so deeply saddened to hear the news today of Tony Scott’s death.
I have had the pleasure of working with him for the past 4 years on The Good Wife and I couldn’t have asked for a more wonderful producer. His kindness, intelligence and talent inspired all of us. We will miss him every