January 14, 2024

Jason Patric's Brother Jordan Miller Dies After Being Hit By Bus

Actor Jason Patric just learned what happened to his brother Jordan Miller, and it was the worst news any family member could ever receive.

Jordan Miller was killed.

"On Wednesday, January 10, 2024, at approximately 5:05 am, a N.J. Transit bus was traveling northbound on Lemoine Avenue attempting to turn left onto Bridge Plaza South westbound," said the Fort Lee Police New Jersey Department. The statement added:

At the same time, a 56-year-old, adult male Fort Lee resident, was crossing Bridge Plaza South at the intersection of Lemoine Avenue.

The NJ Transit bus was empty at the time of the crash, the police noted.

An obituary was posted for the actor's brother:

Jordan Andrew Miller, 56, of Fort Lee, New Jersey passed away on Wednesday, January 10, 2024. He was born in Flushing, New York to Jack Miller & Linda (nee Gleason). Beloved son to stepfather Robert King. Devoted father to Jack Brodie Miller. Loving partner to Julie Shrey. Dear brother of Jennifer Miller and Jason Patric.

Jason Patric and Jordan Miller were the sons of Linda Mae Miller, an American actress. Linda Miller probably had the bug for the showbusiness industry due to her status as the daughter of Jackie Gleason.

Her most recent film role was in 2009's 17 Again, in which she played a female janitor.

Coincidentally, that film starred Matthew Perry, another case of a life cut too short.

Once one of the biggest stars in the entire world for his role as Chandler Bing (aka Ms. Chanandler Bong) on the smash hit sitcom Friends.

That show starred six main characters, and Perry was the first of those who portrayed them to pass.

Fans of the show Friends surely know what the family and friends of Jordan Miller are going through right now, because many of them feel like they lost a family member as well.

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