Hollywood Mogul Jerry Weintraub Dead

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Hollywood mogul Jerry Weintraub dead The producer and manager oversaw filming of Frank Sinatra’s classic Las Vegas movie Ocean’s 11 and George Clooney’s remake franchise, while he also staged some of Elvis Presley’s biggest shows.

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He also worked with Led Zeppelin, produced the Karate Kid movies and picked up three Emmy Awards – his most recent for Liberace TV biopic, Behind the Candelabra. His film producing credits also include Diner, Nashville, Oh, God! and National Lampoon’s Vegas Vacation. As a manager, he represented the likes of Karen Carpenter, Sinatra, Neil Diamond, The Moody Blues, Bob Dylan and John Denver. Weintraub released his memoirs, When I Stop Talking, You’ll Know I’m Dead: Useful Stories From a Persuasive Man, in April, 2010. Born in New York, he married singer and actress Jane Morgan in 1965. The couple separated in the 1980s, but never divorced. For the past 20 years, Weintraub had been living with his girlfriend, Susie Ekins. He passed away at his home in Palm Springs, California on Monday July 6th, according to TMZ.com.  We are sad to see such an influential man in movies, music & television pass at the age of 77.

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