Sidney Feinberg, an entertainment lawyer who worked in theater, TV and film, died April 20 of a stroke in New York. He was 67.
Feinberg, a graduate of Columbia College and Harvard Law School, was a founding partner of Leavy Rosensweig & Hyman, and was of counsel to Lazarus & Harris.
He repped the original productions of “Hair,” “Godspell” and “Crazy for You,” among many Broadway and Off Broadway shows.
In television he represented more than 100 telepics and miniseries, including George. C. Scott movies “A Christmas Carol” and “The Last Days of Patton,” as well as TV producers such as Saban Entertainment and Nederlander Television and Film Prods. He also repped movies including “The Heartbreak Kid” and “The Stepford Wives.”
Clients on his roster included thesps Stacy Keach, Diana Rigg and Dorothy Loudon, along with the estates of Ernest Hemingway and Paddy Chayefsky.
He is survived by a sister.