Stephen Laurel Has Suddenly Passed Away


Twitch Boss at the Dizzy Feet Gala in 2014

Stephen Laurel also known as ‘tWitch’ Boss has passed away. Everyone was devastated and many were heartbroken by this information. Stephen Laurel the actor, dancer, and worker for “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” – what has he done for himself and his career? How have the people around him been affected?

Stephen Laurel passed from suicide. “Stephen lit up every room he stepped into. He valued family, friends, and community above all else, and leading with love and the light was everything to him. He was the backbone of our family, the best husband and father, and an inspiration to his fans.” This is what Stephen’s wife stated in the article “Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss, DJ for ‘Ellen DeGeneres Show,’ dead at 40.” (

Boss met his wife Holker Boss in 2010 when they were paired in the dance “So You Think You Can Dance?” and they never looked back since the first date. What did he do before though?

Stephen Laurel was born on September 29, 1982, an American freestyle hip-hop dancer, television producer, choreographer, and actor. Stephen Laurel was in many widely viewed movies like “Magic Mike.” In 2007 he got an award for “flamboyant dancer.” This is stated in the article “Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss Net Worth, Death Reason, Biography, Career.” ( reason/)

“In 2007, he was an unspecified ‘flamboyant dancer’ in Blades of Glory and a dancer at Maybelle’s Store in Hairspray.” This was just one of Stephen’s many achievements. Most people know Stephen for being a part of the “Ellen DeGeneres Show.” On this show, he was a producer as well as a co-host. “From 2014 to May 2022, he was featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show as a co-host and he was also a co-executive producer of the program. He was featured in Ellen’s Game of Games as a sidekick to DeGeneres.” This is reported in the article “Stephen “tWitch” Boss.” (

Stephen Laurel will forever have an impact on the community and the world. His legacy will forever be known, and he will be in everyone’s hearts endlessly.

[If you or anyone you know of, is struggling with mental health, please reach out and contact someone. (Text or call: 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline)]