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Nick Raynes (c. 1985 – July 27, 2018) was an American film producer, director and businessman. He was a grandson of billionaire Marvin Davis who owned 20th Century Fox, The Beverly Hills Hotel, Aspen Skiing Company, The Little Nell Hotel, Pebble Beach Golf Links and Fox Plaza.[1] His grandmother Barbara Davis started the Carousel Ball of Hope for Diabetes. Raynes was producing a feature film about jazz legend Miles Davis up until his death, which is being directed by George Tillman, Jr..[2] At one point, Mr. Raynes was listed as a producer with Sandro Salsano and Julie Pacino (eldest daughter of actor Al Pacino) of The First, now known as Why Not Choose Love.

Raynes died at the age of 33 on July 27, 2018, in New York City.[3]

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