Jonah Hill Celebrates Sister Beanie Feldstein’s First Broadway Role With an Awesome Tattoo
By Meredith B. Kile
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Jonah Hill is one supportive older brother!
The War Dogs star took to Instagram earlier this week to show off a new tattoo in celebration of sister Beanie Feldstein’s starring role opposite Bette Midler in the Broadway revival of Hello, Dolly!
The tattoo, on Hill’s right forearm, reads “Hello, Beanie!” in the production’s signature font. Hill, 34, captioned the pic with the same text, tagging his younger sister and adding a red heart emoji. Feldstein, 24, who also recently starred alongside Saoirse Ronan in the Oscar-nominated film Lady Bird, played Minnie Fay in the acclaimed musical from its opening in April 2017 until January of this year.
Hill’s sister reposted the pic on her own Instagram account, gushing about her big brother in the caption.
“Somebody wants to put on his Sunday clothes!!!” she said, referencing one of Hello, Dolly’s iconic numbers. “@jonahhill - this is NEXT LEVEL. Love you!”
Just a few days earlier, Feldstein shared a throwback pic of Hill holding her as a baby, calling her brother “my best friend.”
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In December, the siblings’ older brother, Jordan Feldstein -- a music manager who was associated with acts like Maroon 5, Miguel, Elle King and Robin Thicke -- died suddenly at the age of 40. Earlier this month, ET learned that Feldstein died of natural causes from a blockage of an artery in his lungs and a blood clot in his leg.
In addition to an outpouring of support immediately after his death, Feldstein was also mentioned in the 2018 GRAMMYs "In Memoriam" tribute, underscoring his reach and impact on the music industry.
See more about the famous family in the video below.