Emmy Award-winning producer Denise Cramsey has died of a brain aneurysm, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment agency, Los Angeles, said. She was 41.

Cramsey died Tuesday from a brain aneurysm suffered that morning, The Hollywood Reporter said.

"NBC is deeply saddened to hear of the loss of 'School Pride' Executive Producer Denise Cramsey," the broadcaster said in a statement. "Denise was not only a friend and colleague, she was a respected producer and passionate about her craft. Our condolences go out to her family during this time."

Her fiance, a brother and her best friend were with her when she died, her agency said. The name and location of the hospital were not revealed.

"Continuing the spirit of charity and kindness that embodied Denise, her organs will be donated," William Morris said.

Cramsey won Emmy awards for producing ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," "True Beauty," and TLC's "Trading Spaces."