He graduated from Staples High School in Westport in 2004 and went on to create his own pornography empire in Los Angeles.

According to the business section of AVN.com, Mike Kulich, was found dead in his Los Angeles home this past Saturday. He was only 29-years-old. A NewsTimes from April of 2012 says that Kulich began his selling his father's Playboy magazines out of the trunk of his car in the Staples High parking lot. After a teacher laughingly suggested that he had the perfect business mind for the porn industry, he let it go for a couple of months.

After setting his sights on becoming a police officer, he quickly discovered that was not his real passion, so he packed up his stuff and moved out to L.A. Kulich moved up the ladder quickly after stumbling a few times, but eventually was highly successful, creating three adult entertainment companies by the age of 25. He was also widely known for being a public relations consultant, mainly for the likes of the notorious pharma executive, Martin Shkreli and xhamster.com

According to a blog written by Dan Woog, Kulich told him that many people have misperceptions about the adult entertainment industry. He told Woog:

They think porn stars are hookers, but people here are really monogamous. Being on set is like another day at the office. People work, and then go home to their significant other.

Mike Kulich's cause of death has not been disclosed. Sadly, he was engaged to be married this October.