Anita Sarko
 


 

Age: 68



Summary:
rock disc jockey considered as a bridge between New York's punk and disco scenes in 1980's club culture who took over the deejay booth at the Mudd Club's VIP room in 1979 and went to work for Studio 54 founder Steve Rubell in 1985 when he opened the Mike Todd Tood at a club within a club known as the Palladium, but who became a deejay for several major designers playing shows for Vivienne Westwood and Marc Jacobs in New York and Europe during the 1990's until work was increasingly difficult to find by 2011, and who along with visual artist Scott Taylor hosted a Sirius XM program that was dropped after a season.




Cause of Death: Suicide by hanging



Born: circa 1946


 
Died: October 18, 2015



Location:
New York City, New York