Ivan Reitman Children: Meet Jason Reitman, Catherine Reitman and Caroline Reitman
Canadian writer-director Ivan Reitman, the man behind the films Animal House and Ghostbusters, passed away at the age of 75.
As per The Associated Press, his family revealed that Reitman departed peacefully in his sleep on the night of February 12 at his Montecito home in California.
In a joint statement, his family said: “Our family is grieving the unexpected loss of a husband, father, and grandfather who taught us to always seek the magic in life. We take comfort that his work as a filmmaker brought laughter and happiness to countless others around the world. While we mourn privately, we hope those who knew him through his films will remember him always.”
Ivan Reitman is survived by a wife, Geneviève Robert, and three children; Jason Reitman, Catherine Reitman, and Caroline Reitman.
Meet Jason Reitman, Catherine Reitman and Caroline Reitman
Jason is Ivan Reitman and Genevieve Robert’s first kid. Born in 1977, Jason is an acclaimed movie producer, screenwriter, and maker. A portion of his eminent works incorporates Thank You for Smoking (2005), Juno (2007), Up in the Air (2009), and Young Adult (2011).
With respect to his honors, Jason has stowed one Grammy grant and four Academy Award designations, two of which are for Best Director. According to his IMDb profile, he will be officially delivering an Untitled Diablo Cody/HBO Project.
Catherine, who is an entertainer, is the second offspring of Reitman and Robert. Brought into the world in 1981, Catherine is a local of Los Angeles. Her credits remember repeating jobs for famous TV comedies like Black-ish and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, as well as giving the voice of Wheel-Cher in the Seth MacFarlane enlivened series Family Guy. Catherine as of now stars in CBC’s satire show series Workin’ Moms.
Born in 1988, Caroline is the third daughter of Ivan and Genevieve. Albeit not much is been aware of her, according to her IMDb profile, she featured in her dad’s executive film Fathers’ Day as the lost young lady. She additionally showed up in a narrative named Life and Times, in light of Ivan Reitman’s life.