The father of movie ratings, lobbyist Jack Valenti, has died. He was 85-years-old at the time of his death on Wednesday.
The former advisor to the President passed away at his D.C. home after suffering complications due to a stroke back in March.
With his own Hollywood Walk of Fame star, Valenti is credited with producing the modern film ratings system.
Close friend & director Steven Spielberg praises Valenti as a “giant voice of reason” & “the greatest ambassador Hollywood has ever known.”
Jack Valenti is survived by his wife Mary, and their three children, Courtenay, John & Alexandra.