Date of birth : July 12, 1924, New York City.
Date of death : September 17, 2000, Boca Raton, Florida.
Address 711 North Rexford Drive.
He was the producer of the last unfinished movie of Marilyn, "Something's Got to Give".
On June 1, 1962, he attended the Marilyn's birthday party on the set of the movie
New York producer of the TV programs of "Play of the Week".
He met Robert Goldstein in London.
He had been in London with his cousin Hannah Weinstein, a leader of the Komintern, president of the Arts, Sciences and Professions Council in New York City; she was the organizer of the Waldorf Peace Conference.
Following the witch hunt, she left the USA to London. Her production company became a haven for many refugees noted on the black list.
Even if some biographers ventured to notice that Weinstein, rather inexperienced (he had only produced one movie in 1961 "Tender is the Night", where Greenson was apparently technical consultant), he didn't cut to bring Marilyn to heel, every producers could hardly obtain from Marilyn what they wanted.
In May 1962, Marilyn consciously disobeyed Weinstein, by going to New York City to sing for John Kennedy,
and the last day of the shooting, she went, against her producer's will, to a charity.