DJ Stephen Twitch, a well-known television personality, committed himself on December 13th, at the age of 40. Allison Holker, Stephen’s wife, paid homage to him, saying he was the finest husband and father because he never turned his back on his family, friends, or community. Holker went on:
“To say he left a legacy would be an understatement, and his good effect will continue to be felt. I am certain that there will never be a day when we do not remember him.”
Holker said that her spouse left their home without driving. Someone contacted the police from a motel in Los Angeles, where they discovered Stephen with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The motive for his suicide remains unclear, and further information is anticipated.
On Twitter, users pay homage to DJ Stephen Twitch.
DJ Stephen Twitch has built a huge reputation over the years due to his many appearances on television and in films. When word of his death spread, Twitter was inundated with tributes:
RIP😪🕊️🙏🏽 DJ Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss… pic.twitter.com/YyYzL69gyW
— Barbara De’Roy-Badejo (@Babsy_db) December 14, 2022
Dancer and ‘Ellen’ DJ Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss has passed away at 40 by suicide. We send our deepest condolences to his family during this time. 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/HAzyd1bnQ5
— MEFeater Magazine (@mefeater) December 14, 2022
DJ Stephen Twitch appeared in several TV shows
Stephen, who was born on September 29, 1982, began his career by starring on programs such as The Wade Robson Project and So You Think You Can Dance. He was also in Step Up Revolution, Blades of Glory, and Hairspray. He was a long-time cast member of the Fox reality program So You Think You Can Dance. After failing to make the Top 20 in season 3, he returned the following season, this time teamed with Katee Shean. Stephen finally finished second.
Stephen and Katee returned for the fifth season of the program. Following his performances in numerous seasons in previous years, he was selected to be a member of the judges’ panel beginning this year. DJ Stephen Twitch later co-hosted the famous documentary series Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings with his wife Allison Holker. The series’ primary emphasis was on weddings held at Disney-owned properties.
He rose to prominence after appearing as a DJ on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2014. After six years, he became the show’s co-executive producer. DJ Stephen appeared in an episode of the ABC comedy Modern Family and in the Freeform romance sitcom Young & Hungry as himself. He also presented The Real Dirty Dancing, which debuted on Fox earlier this year. He has participated in many online series and has a career that includes titles such as Step Up 3D, Step Up Revolution, Step Up: All Time, Magic Mike XXL, and others. Stephen’s wife Allison Holker, son Maddox Laurel Boss, daughter Zaia Boss, and stepdaughter Weslie Renae Boss survive him.