Jordan Feldstein, Jonah Hill's brother and Maroon 5 manager, dies at 40


During this challenging time, Jordan's family asked for privacy.

According to Variety, the Los Angeles coroner has confirmed Feldstein's death, and although the cause of his death has not yet been confirmed by the coroner, it is thought he likely died of a heart attack. As for the remainder of his relatives, Jordan left behind two children, his two parents, Sharon Lyn, Richard Feldstein, his sister, Beanie Feldstein, and of course, brother Jonah Hill.

Feldstein was the CEO of and founder of CAM (Career Artist Management), a prominent management company based in Beverly Hills, CA.

Feldstein negotiated Maroon 5's Adam Levine's coach role on NBC's "The Voice".

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Variety reported that Feldstein had been with Maroon 5 since the group first formed, and helped manage the band throughout their career, which included three GRAMMY wins, selling 20-million-plus records, worldwide tours, and frontman Levine's role on NBC hit The Voice.

Feldstein had managed Maroon 5 since the band's launch.

Feldstein served as Maroon 5's music manager for more than 15 years. He and Adam were friends since childhood, and it seemed there was no one else Maroon 5 would trust than Jordan when it came to helping manage their careers.

He was married twice, once to Francesca Eastwood, the daughter of Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood. The marriage was annulled. Friends of his clients commented on what a thoughtful, hardworking manager he was.