Eva Evans “Club Rat” creator, dies at 29

Eva Evans “Club Rat” creator, dies at 29


Eva Evans “Club Rat” creator, dies at 29.


Eva Evans, New York TikTok star Eva Evans and ‘Club Rat’ creator, dies at 29.


Evans had more than 300,000 followers on TikTok, where she was known for sharing details about her life in New York City.


The content creator’s sister, Lila Joy, announced the news in an Instagram post-Sunday, saying the family had been told the day before that Evans had died.


“After 24 hours, I still find myself in a constant cycle of denial and acceptance, so I know how unbelievable and hard to process this news will be,” the post read.


“I wish I had Eva here now to refer to because she would have better words and know how to say what I don’t.”



whose cause of death was not made public, had built an audience of 300,000 followers on TikTok, where she shared thoughts and stories about her life in New York City.


Eva Evans “Club Rat” creator, dies at 29
Eva Evans “Club Rat” creator, dies at 29

In her final video, posted last week, she said that she was “rooting” for fellow internet creator JoJo Siwa after the singer and dancer announced that she was pivoting away from her child-friendly “Dance Moms” persona.


New York TikTok star Eva Evans also directed and starred in the Amazon Prime Video web series “Club Rat,” which rolled out last year with five episodes and saw Evans play an influencer navigating dating in New York City after a chaotic breakup.


A public celebration of life for Evans is scheduled for Tuesday in downtown Manhattan, Baumgardner said online.


As the news of her death circulated, those who knew Evans shared emotional tributes.


In an Instagram story

In an Instagram story, actress Julia Fox shared Evans’ last TikTok about Siwa and expressed her grief in a tear-filled video.


“I always saw her like a little sister and I know she looked up to me.


And that’s the kind of person she was, sticking up for Jojo, always sticking up for me,” Fox said. “She was so young, still had so much to do in life.”


Photographer and director Ashley Armitage also shared in an Instagram post Sunday that she “loved Eva the minute I met her.”


“Eva was smart, hilarious, creative, caring, magnetic, and confident. She moved through the world loving and laughing at everything,” Armitage wrote.


“She had such an orbit, people flocked to her and wanted to be in her world. Eva was open and vulnerable and made people who just met her feel like they’d been friends for years.”


Musician and content creator Nigel Roxbury, also known as Chris Murch, said in a TikTok video Sunday, that he “woke up in complete shock” after hearing the news.


“New York City won’t be the same, ever,” he said. “So creative, so nice, very genuine person.”


And cinematographer Sonja Tsypin, who had worked with Evans,


shared a series of stills of Evans from a film the pair never finished making.


“There are no words for what I’m feeling. I laughed the hardest with you.


We would get so caught up talking that other people at the dinner table would get annoyed,” Tsypin wrote in the post.


“I made all my first films with you and we were fearless. I would do anything to have you back.”



Ashley Armitage also shared in an Instagram post Sunday
Ashley Armitage also shared in an Instagram post Sunday


Eva Evans was born and raised in New York City


Evans grew up in New York City in the East Village, according to her sister Lila’s interview with Medium.


Evans and her three sisters were home-schooled and raised in a more “bohemian” and “eccentric” home.


“Our home-schooling group was comprised of fundamentalist Christians, actors and parents who rejected the status quo, several of whom adopted experiential learning techniques for their children after receiving an Ivy League education of their own,” Lila told the outlet.


Evans received her bachelor’s degree in screenwriting from Brooklyn College, according to her LinkedIn.


She interned at multiple film studios throughout her time in college and, after graduating,


became an assistant director and producer at Anchor Light.


Comedic content about her personal life on TikTok:


Evans became a public figure when she started posting stories from her personal life and other comedy on TikTok,

Talking about her breakups and lived experiences. She also regularly posted reviews of TikTok shop items.


In one March 2024 video, Evans gave a run-through of what she was wearing to go see her boyfriend

And find out whether he was cheating on her.


“I’m wearing my hoops obviously, you’ve gotta have great hoops,” she said through tears.


“I’m wearing my big fur coat because it’s armour.”


Evans wasn’t shy about portraying the struggles she experienced in her life.


In one of her TikTok videos, she wrote about how she started therapy when she was 16 years old.


I was forcibly taken to a wilderness therapy program when I was 16 and spent almost a year in treatment centers.


she wrote in the caption.


“Today, I’m a filmmaker and I developed a TV show based on my experience :).”


In another video, she joked that her childhood trauma is what led to her sense of humour now.



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