Al Cooper – musician Roxanne Hart – actress Chicago Hope Rod Serling – Twilight Zone creator Ethel Merman – Ethel Zimmerman performer Herb Alpert – musician (Russian Jewish) Abe Vigoda – Fish on Barney Miller Sue Mengers – agent David Brenner – comedian Edward G.
Robinson – actor Paul Muni – actor (‘Louis Pasteur’, ‘Fugitive from a Chain Gang’) Boris Thomashevsky – actor (Yiddish theater) Bessy Thomashevsky – actress Walter Mosley – writer (mother is Jewish) Dictators – NYC punk rockers – Dick Manintoba (Richard Blum) Andy Shernoff Ross (The Boss) Friedman Scott (Top Ten) Kempner Richie Teeter Goldy Hawn – actress, First Wives Club Zachary Hines – son of Gregory and Jewish wife Adam Sandler – comedian, songwriter Erynn Hubbard – actress, comedian Dr.
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Tom Arnold – actor Maury Chaykin – actor Molly Ringwald – Brat Pack actress Jenna Von Oy – actress who played Six on Blossom Paula Abdul – singer (Mother is French canadian Jew) Phoebe Snow – singer Lorne Michaels – T. Producer David Copperfield – magician Lacey Chabert – actress on Party of Five Barry Sisters – Jewish duet Werner Klemperer – (Klink on Hogan’s Heroes, son of Otto K.) Mel Blanc – cartoon Voices Monty Hall – game show host Soupy Sales – comedian Leslie Howard – British actor, in Gone With The Wind, Killed as Pilot in WWII for Britain Tony Curtis – (Bernard Schwartz – real name) Pinky Lee (Pincas Levy) – children entertainer Marc Bolan (Marc Feld) – UK singer: T. Nelson – actor-coach Yaasha Heifitz – violinist Robby Benson Robert Segal-actor/director Giora Fiedman – musician Richard Kaufman (Ricky The K) – disc jockey Brody Stevens – comedian and cable access TV host in Seattle Judd Nelson – actor, Suddenly Susan, The Breakfast Club Tina Louise – actress (Gilligan’s ‘Ginger’ – origin of the Hebrew word ‘Jinji’) Larry David – writer, producer Keith Moon – The Who James Spader – actor Elsa Morante – Italian author Barbara Walters – US television broadcaster Irwin Chusid- writer, record producer, radio personality and Bon Vivant Donna Karan – designer Lawrence Harvey – born Skikne – actor Judy Kuhn – Broadway actress (Voice of Pocahontes) Danielle Harris – actress Sara Gilbert – actress – Roseanne Patricia Wettig – actress – Thirty Something Leah Remini – actress , sitcom Fired Up Ricki Lake – talk show hostess Steven Spielberg – producer, director John Garfield – actor Melanie Mayron – actress Thirty Something Pinchas Zuckerman – violinist Garson Gershon Kanin – actor Cloris Leachman – actress Franz Kafka – author Francesca Neville – Shakespearean actress Arnold Schoenberg – composer Daniel Jonah Goldhagen – author Gary Schandling – comedian Mark Reizen – singer Mike Ogulnick – one on one sports radio network anchor Burt Ward – actor, Robin from Batman Audrey Landers – actress Estelle Getty – Actress (Sophia, Golden Girls) Matthew Kuchta – pathetic porn monster Harlan Ellison – science fiction writer Morley Safer – television journalist ( Minutes) Jack Carter – comedy Bill Graham – late rock promoter Howie Morris – comedian (Your Show of Shows) Audrey Hepburn – actress Sophie Tucker Abuza – performer Pee Wee Herman (Paul Rubens) – pervert that made kid’s shows Paul Auster – author and poet Steven P.
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Alan Jay Lerner – lyricist (My Fair Lady) Leslie Ann Warren – actress Jonathan Silverman – actor Marc Chagall – Painter, visual artist Boris Karloff – actor Gene Simmons – singer/bass player for Kiss Israeli/Turkish, real name Haim Witz (or Gene Klein) Jeremy Priven – actor on Ellen Joan Collins – actress Jerry Lewis – comedian, actor, director Gilbert Gottfried – comedian Jonny Clegg – South african musician Hank Azaria – cartoon voices in Simpsons and starred in Birdcage Gilad Gelfond and David Cygielman – rappers Michael Jackson – ABC talk radio host Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.