In a touching tribute on her beauty website, Violet Grey, the widow of Brad Grey, posted a cute photo of the couple. Its founder, Cassandra Grey, paid tribute to her late husband, who had recently succumbed to Cancer at 59. The photo title reads, "Violet and her man. In Memoriam: Brad Grey 1957-2017."

Grey's widow shares memorable moments with fans

A black and white picture also on the site showed the couple sharing a romantic dance together. The beauty website comment section is now filled with tributes from its staff as well as well-wishers, who had left their condolences.

The Paramount ex-CEO died on Sunday in his Holmby Hills home in California following a long battle with Cancer.

He is survived by several family members, including his wife Cassandra and their son. The Hollywood Director also has three adult children from his previous marriage. He was diagnosed with the deadly disease a few years ago, but continued to work until a few months before he died. However, his death came as a surprise to many, who did not know about his struggles with cancer.

Grey had been a CEO and a chairman at Paramount pictures for well over 12 years. He died just a few months after stepping down from the board of directors. However, reports have also circulated that he was fired from the post because of dismal results the company had over the past five years.

Grey worked with high profile Hollywood celebrities

The beloved father and husband was influential in many Hollywood undertakings. Earlier, he founded Brilistein-Grey Entertainment with Bernie Brillstein. He was executive producer of several shows including "Real Time With Bill Maher" and "The Sopranos."

The late director also co-founded Plan B Entertainment partnering with Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston.

The company produced Tim Burton's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" for Warner Brothers. However, he had resigned from the company before production on "The Departed" started. Following the split from her husband, Aniston also canceled her partnership in the production company.

Later on, Plan B Entertainment teamed up with Paramount Pictures, which was canceled later.

The entity later joined with New Regency, however, that partnership did not work out either. Plan B Entertainment is now a part of Annapurna Entertainment.

Meanwhile, Paramount, where he had worked until recently, expressed their condolences to his family. In a tribute, they said he was the helm of the studio. Reportedly, when he left Paramount a few months ago, the ex-CEO said he was privileged to be a part of a great staff that he will forever be indebted to.