Three-time Emmy winner as producer of television movies such as HBO’s Behind the Candelabra and Years of Living Dangerously who also worked as a talent agent and actor. Notable film producing credits of his include 1975’s Nashville, 1984’s The Karate Kid, and the rebooted Ocean’s Eleven trilogy.
He was a mailroom clerk at MCA before leaving to form his own personal management company. He was the co-founder of The Doodletown Pipers.
He was executive producing HBO’s new comedy series The Brink when he passed away.
He was married to Jane Morgan from 1965 until they separated in the 1980s, however they never divorced. He has three adopted daughters and a son from a previous marriage.
He was a talent manager for John Denver before Denver became successful.
Jerry Weintraub Age
How old is Jerry Weintraub? He was born in 1937, he was 85 years old at the time of his death.
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Jerry Weintraub Wiki
|Famous as||Film Producer|
|Age||85 years old|
|Birthday||September 26, 1937|
|Date of Death||July 6, 2015|
Quotes by Jerry Weintraub
I think if something’s good and you believe in it, and you care about it, and you give it love and nurture it, it’s going to happen.— Jerry Weintraub
The budgets are much higher now, it costs more to make a movie and the kids that go to see them are into instant gratification. They want things bigger and bigger. I don’t make those kind of movies. I make movies about relationships.— Jerry Weintraub
I called my book ‘When I Stop Talking, You’ll Know I’m Dead’ because that’s the truth. I will keep talking until the big hand comes down from Heaven. But I am a spiritual man and I believe that even that does not have to be the end.— Jerry Weintraub
When I found something I believed in and I cared about and thought I could market and sell and could be thought of creatively – the most important thing to me – I did it.— Jerry Weintraub
It’s been the structure of my life: you scheme and plan and try and fail and try again and accumulate and lose and win back, and then you tell.— Jerry Weintraub