Monday, January 19, 2009

Jew List:

Jew List:


Jew List
http://WWW.JEWLIST.COM

Guess Who's The Jew
http://www.guesswhosthejew.com/

James Blood
http://WWW.JEWLIST.BLOGSPOT.COM

Coffee Jim
http://notapawn4u.tripod.com/index.html

Index of Jewish Surnames/Last Names
http://www.geocities.com/gbltsatanists/JWN.html

Jew Info
http://www.neilkeller.com/index.html

Famous Jews
http://www.adherents.com/largecom/fam_jews.html

Famous Jews
http://www.heebz.com/categories/Actors-and-Actresses

Famous Jews
http://www.jews.net/famousjews.htm

Lists of Jews
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_Jews

THE JEW LIST
THIS LIST IS BY NO MEANS COMPREHENSIVE, IT IS BUT A GUIDE OR STARTING POINT IN FIGURING OUT WHO'S WHO AND WHO'S A JEW.
TAKE THE TIME TO GET TO KNOW THE ENEMY!!!

Jewish Celebrities/Figures

Bud Abbott (Abbot & Costello... Bud Abbot was a half or full Jew depending on source, Lou Costello was not Jewish)

Paula Abdul - (singer/American Idol judge...her father is a Sephardic Jew, born in Syria and raised in Brazil, and her mother is a Canadian-born Jew

Don Adams (star of Get Smart/cartoon voice, converted to Catholicism)

Joey Adams (member of Rat Pack)

Anouk Aimee

Marv Albert (sports commentator/involved in sex scandal)

Madeleine Albright (politician)

Marty Allen (Hollywood Squares panelist)

Woody Allen (comedian/actor/director)

Gloria Allred (attorney)

Jason Alexander (Seinfeld)

Lyle Alzado (Sephardic...pro-football star)

Morey Amsterdam (Dick Van Dyke Show)

Anastacia (model/yoga instructor)

Patricia and Rosanna Arquette

Bea Arthur (Maude & The Golden Girls)

Isaac Asimov (sci-fi writer)

Ed Asner (Mary Tyler Moore and Lou Grant star, communist party member)

Mili Avital

Hank Azaria (comedian, voice on Simpsons)

Lauren Bacall (legendary actress)

Tom Baker (British born actor played Dr. Who and starred in horror films, convert to Catholicism, at one time a monk)

John Banner (co-star of Hogan's Heroes)

Roseanne Barr (comedienne)

Richard Belzer (comedian/star of Law & Order)

Ike Barenholtz

Richard Benjamin (director/actor)

Jack Benny (legendary comedian)

Robby Benson (very popular actor in the 70s)

Dave Berg (cartoonist for Mad magazine)

Mary Kay Bergman (female voice on South Park, killed herself in 1999)

Elizabeth Berkley (Showgirls star)

David Berkowitz (serial killer...adopted at birth by Jewish family and Jews typically claim he's not Jewish although he's clearly a Semite, while on death row has claimed to be a born-again Christian)

Sandra Bernhard (comedienne/actress)

Bonnie Bernstein (ESPN sportscaster)

Leonard Bernstein (composer)

Joe Besser (3 Stooges)

Joey Bishop

Jack Black (comedian, star of Rock School, Shallow Hal, The Cable Guy and others)

Lewis Black

Selma Blair (actress)

Mel Blanc (famous cartoon voice)

Franz Boaz (anthropologist)

Helena Bonham-Carter (actress, Jewish mother...raised Catholic)

Tom Bosley (star of Happy Days)

Elaine Boosler (stand-up comic)

Victor Borge (comedian)

Jonathon Brandis (young actor, hung himself)

David Brenner (comedian)

Fanny Brice

Adrian Brody (star of The Pianist, King Kong, many more)

Albert Brooks (comedian/actor)

Mel Brooks (comedian/director)

Brother Theodore (very strange comedian, does cartoon voices)

Lenny Bruce (stand up comic)

Dr. Judy Brown (radio psychiatrist)

Brooke Burke (model)

Sarah Burke (reality TV star)

Milton Burle (legendary comedian)

George Burns (legendary comedian)

Red Buttons (comedian/actor)

James Caan (actor)

Sid Caesar (legendary comedian/tv personality)

Eddie Cantor

Al Capp

Jack Carter

Emanuelle Chriqui

Marcia Clark (attorney in OJ Simpson case)

Andrew Dice Clay (stand-up comic born Andrew Silverstein)

Lee J. Cobb (tv actor)

The Coen Brothers (directors of Fargo, Raising Arizona, Where Art Thou Brother?, and more)

Sacha Baron Cohen (Ali G and Borat of HBO)

Sasha Cohen (figure skater)

Didi Cohn (co-star of Grease)

Mindy Cohn (star of The Facts of Life)

Jennifer Connelly

David Copperfield (magician)

Howard Cossell (sports commentator)

Billy Cristal (comedian/actor)

Norm Crosby

David Cross (stand-up comic, appears 1/2 black but not sure)

Rodney Dangerfield (comic/actor)

Larry David (comedian/sitcom creator)

Cecil B. DeMille (director, Episcopalian convert)

Dustin Diamond

Selma Diamond (actress from Night Court)

Benjamin Disraeli (prime-minister of Great Britain, Anglican convert)

Shannon Doherty (actress Beverly Hills 90210)

Kirk Douglas (actor)

Rachel Dratch (Saturday Night Live comedienne)

Fran Drescher (star of The Nanny)

Richard Driefuss (actor)

David Duchovny (actor x-files)

Herb Edelman

Albert Einstein (physicist)

Bob Einstein (aka Super Dave)

Fredrich Engels (associate of Karl Marx)

Max Factor

Corey Feldman (80s actor)

Marty Feldman (actor/comedian, star of Young Frankenstein, born in England)

Michael Feldman

Arthur Fiedler (conductor)

Jay Fiedler (Miami Dolphins/NY Jets quarterback, grandson of Arthur)

Eddie Fisher (actor)

Joely Fisher

Tricia Leigh Fisher

Norman Fell (Mr. Roper from 3's Company)

Totie Fields

Larry Fine (3 Stooges)

Joe Francis (creator/distributor of Girls Gone Wild series, indicted on indecency charges)

Don Francisco (host of Univision's Sabado Gigante, born in Chile as Mario Kruetzberger)

Barney Frank (openly gay politician)

Al Franken (comedian/leftist political commentator/founder of Air America)

Bonnie Franklin (star of One Day at a Time)

Betty Frieden (feminist, founder of NOW)

Sigmund Freud (psychiatrist)

Bill Gates

John Garfield (actor, real name: Jacob Garfinkle)

Brad Garrett (star of Everybody Loves Raymond)

Ina Garten (TV cook)

George Gershwin (composer)

Sarah Michelle Geller (actress)

Uri Geller (con-artist/"magician")

Gina Gershon

Paul Michael Glasser (star of Starsky & Hutch)

Jamie Gleicher

Elon Gold

Judy Gold (stand up comic)

Tracey Gold (star of "Benson")

Goldberg (pro wrestler)

Adam Goldberg (actor, star of Saving Private Ryan)

Barry Goldwater (politician/presidential candidate)

Benny Goodman (band leader)

Edie Gorme (singer, wife of Steve Lawrence)

Gilbert Gottfried (comedian/actor)

Elliott Gould (actor/ex-husband of Barbra Streisand)

Ellen Greene

Mrs. Greenthumbs

Caryn Groedel (reality TV star)

Michael Gross (star of Family Ties-Christian convert)

Steve Guttenberg (star of Police Academy films, Cocoon, others)

Jake Gyllenhaal (actor)

Buddy Hackett (legendary comedian)

Tom Hanks (actor)

Dan Hedaya (played Rhea Pearlman's husband on Cheers, starred in some movies, Israeili Sephardim background, always plays being either Spanish or Italian)

Joseph Heller

Hershey's (America's chocolate empire)

Barbara Hershey (actress)

Theodor Herzl (writer)

Paul Heyman (aka Paul E. Dangerously, pro wrestling manager, ECW promoter)Judd Hirsch (star of Taxi and Independence Day)

Lou Hirsch

Dustin Hoffman (actor)

Harry Houdini (magician)

Leslie Howard (actor, starred in Gone With The Wind)

Moe, Curly, & Shemp Howard (3 Stooges)

Marty Ingels (comedian)

Amy Irving (star of "Carrie", ex-wife of Steven Speilberg)

Jason Isaacs (actor from The Patriot, Black Hawk Down, others)

Sada Jacobson (fencer)

Derek Jacobi (actor)

David Jannsen (tv star of Mannix)

Al Jolson (entertainer/singer)

Judge Judy (Judith Schendlin, TV judge, her husband at one time did the People's Court also)

Frida Kahlo (Jewish father/Mexican mother, communist and friend/lover of Leon Trotsky)

Madeline Kahn (actress/comedienne associated with Mel Brooks)

Gabe Kaplan (tv star from Welcome Back Kotter)

Andy Kaufman (comedian/actor, starred in Taxi and few films)

Lloyd Kaufman (creator/director of Troma films, The Toxic Avenger, etc.)

Danny Kaye (singer/actor)

Stubby Kaye

Lanie Kazan (actress)

Harvey Keitel (star of Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, The Piano, and many more)

Richard Kind

Alan King (comedian)

Larry King (tv/radio talk host)

Henry Kissinger (politician)

Dylan Klebold (one of the Columbine shooters, grandson of rabbi)

Calvin Klein (fashion designer)

Robert Klein (stand up comic)

Jack Klugman (tv actor from The Odd Couple and Quincy)

Ed Koch (former New York City mayor, judge on The People's Court)

Ted Kopel (journalist)

Bernie Koppel (played doctor on The Love Boat)

Harvey Korman (comedian from The Carol Burnett Show)

Tony Kornheiser

Lisa Kudrow (Friends star)

Mila Kunis 70'show, voice of Meg on Family Guy

Lisa Kushell

Bert Lahr (the Lion in the Wizard of Oz)

Rikki Lake (talk show host/actress)

Louise Lasser

Anton LaVey Church of Satan founder and believe it or not...his daughter and son in law (Nicolas Shreck and Zeena LaVey are involved with an extreme right/pagan white nationalist group in Germany)

Daliah Lavi

Linda Lavin (star of Alice)

Nigel Lawson (Britain's treasury secretary under Margaret Thatcher, father of Nigella Lawson)

Nigella Lawson (TV cook)

Norman Lear (tv producer)

Tom Lehrer

Jack Leonard

Sam Levenson

Marv Levi (coach of the Buffalo Bills)

Levi-Strauss (creator of blue jeans)

Reverend Bob Levy (stand up comic)

Jerry Lewis (comedian)

Richard Lewis (stand up comic)

Shari Lewis (children's personality, creator of Lamb Chop series)

Joe Lieberman (congressman/former vice-presidential candidate)

Hal Linden (star of Barney Miller)

Peggy Lipton (star of the Mod Squad, ex-wife of Quincy Jones, mother of his children)

Peter Lorre (actor in old horror films)

Jon Lovitz (comedian from Saturday Night Live)

George Lucas

Bill Macy ("Walter" from Maude, star of The Jerk)

Gustav Mahler (composer)

Karl Malden (actor/strongly anti-communist)

Dean Malenko (pro wrestler, son of Jewish wrestling legend The Great Malenko who was also a rabbi)

Howie Mandel (comedian/actor, host of Deal or No Deal)

Marx Brothers (comedians)

Karl Marx (founder of communism)

Marcel Marceau (mime)

Cindy Margolis (internet model)

Miriam Margolyes (British born actress/comedienne)

Walter Matthau (comedian/actor)

Mathilda May

Louis B. Mayor (motion picture pioneer)

Anne Meara

Michael Medved (conservative radio host/film critic)

Felix Mendelssohn (composer)

Idina Menzel

Debra Messing

Lorne Michaels (creator/producer of Saturday Night Live)

Barry Miller (only known for Saturday Night Fever)

Larry Miller (stand up comic that's been around forever and never went anywhere)

Demi Moore (actress)

Rick Moranis (star of SCTV, Ghostbusters, and the Honey I Shrunk the Kids films)

Vic Morrow (actor died on the set of Twilight Zone movie - father of Jennifer
Jason-Leigh)

Jan Murray

Isaac Mizrahi (designer)

Lorraine Newman (Saturday Night Live comedienne)

Bebe Neuwirth (played "Lillith" on Cheers)

Mike Nichols

Nostrodamus (psychic/mystic, devout Catholic)

Robert Novak (conservative commentator, convert to Catholicism)

Eliza Orlins (reality TV star)

Sarah Jessica Parker (star of Sex & The City)

"Penn & Teller" (magicians/illusionists/hosts of Showtime's Bullsh*t...note Raymond Teller is Jewish, Penn Jillette is NOT)

Ron Pearlman (deformed looking actor, star of Beauty & The Beast/Quest For Fire/Hellboy and others)

Amanda Peet (star of "Identity" and "Coyote Ugly")

Rhea Perlman (comedienne, star of Taxi and Cheers)

Natalie Portman (horrible actress, star of Star Wars I-III, The Professional and others)

Maury Povich (talk show host, son of rabbi)

Dennis Prager (conservative radio host)

Gilda Radner (Saturday Night Live comedienne, wife of Gene Wilder, starred in some movies)

Harold Ramis (actor/director, starred in Ghostbusters, directed Groundhog Day and others...note other sources say he's Lebanese and not Jewish)

Tony Randall (starred in TV's The Odd Couple)

Sally Jessy Raphael (talk show host)

Raven (pro-wrestler born Scott Levy, used name Johnny Polo while being a manager)

Nikki Reed/Evan Rachel Wood (sluts who starred in Thirteen, the former wrote the script based on her true life)

Carl Reiner (comedian/director)

Rob Reiner (comedian/director/"meathead")

Paul Reiser (comedian)

Ed Rendell (governor of Pennsylvania)

Jean Reno (French Jew actor from Rodin, Godzilla, and The Professional)

Paul Reubens (PeeWee Herman)

Randi Rhodes (liberal radio host not be confused with non-Jewish musician Randy Rhoads whom she took her stage name)

Don Rickles (comedian/actor)

Joan & Melissa Rivers (comedian/mother & daughter TV personalities)

Tanya Roberts (model, starred in James Bond film "A View to a Kill")

Sage Rosenfels (Miami Dolphins quarterback)

Jeffrey Ross

Philip Roth

Debbie Rowe ("wife" of Michael Jackson, mother of "his" children)

Zelda Rubinstein (starred in Poltergeist as the psychic)

Rita Rudner (stand up comic)

Winona Ryder (actress/nutcase from Edward Scissorhands and tons more)

Andrew Sachs (co-star of Fawlty Towers)

Bob Saget (comedian/TV personality)

Mort Sahl

Soupy Sales (60s/70s has been comic)

Jonas Salk (physician)

Emma Samms (soap opera star)

Adam Sandler (comic)

Vidal Sassoon (hair stylist)

Michael Savage (conservative radio host)

Adolphe Sax (inventor of saxophone)

Alexi Sayle (comedian from England, Russian Jewish background)

Dr. Laura Schlessinger (radio psychiatrist)

Jessica Schimmel (Robert's daughter)

Robert Schimmel (comic)

Sears-Robuck (Sears department stores)

Rick Salomon (gambler/porn peddler)

George Segal (actor)

Steven Seagal (either full or half Jew depending on source, relative of Twisted Sister guitarist Jay Jay (Segal) French who claims family were Jews from Romania)

Jerry Seinfeld (comedian, creator/star of Seinfeld)

Jay Sekulow (attorney/political/religious commentator, convert to Christianity)

Peter Sellers (comedian/actor from the Pink Panther series)

Rod Serling (creator of The Twilight Zone, converted to Catholicism)

Simon Schama (historian/host of television documentaries)

Barry Scheck (OJ Simpson attorney)

Debbie Schlussel (conservative columnist)

David Schwimmer (star of Friends)

Garry Shandling (comic, HBO star)

Harvey Shapiro (famed celeb attorney, People's Court)

Robert Shapiro (OJ Simpson attorney)

Dick Shawn

Harry Shearer (comedian/actor, starred in This Is Spinal Tap, voice on The Simpsons)

Adrienne Shelly (murdered actress)

Alan Sherman

Dinah Shore (talk show host, personality...contrary to rumor she's not a mulata but Jewish from the South)

Pauly Shore (annoying not-funny comic)

Denny Siegel

Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster (creators of Superman)

Sarah Silverman (comedienne)

Phil Silvers (old comedian)

Alicia Silverstone (actress)

Neil Simon (playwright)

Randy & Jason Sklar (twin brothers, hosts of Cheap Seats on ESPN)

Yakov Smirnoff (stupid comedian from Russia in the 80s)

Rena Sofer

Shannyn Sossamon

Bahar Soomekh (Iranian born Jewish actress)

Phil Spector (record producer/murderer)

Steven Speilberg (director)

Aaron Spelling (TV producer)

Tori Spelling (Beverly Hills 90210 star/daughter of Aaron)

Baruch de Spinoza (philosopher)

Jerry Springer (talk show host/radio host/extreme liberal)

George "The Animal" Steele (pro-wrestler)

Gertrude Stein (author)

Daniel Stern (star of Home Alone series/narrator on The Wonder Years tv program)

Howard Stern (radio host)

Jon Stewart (comedian/political commentator)

Jerry Stiller (comedian)

Oliver Stone (controversial leftist director)

Sharon Stone

Marcia Strassman (Welcome Back Kotter actress)

Tara Strong

Clive Swift (actor/star of Britcom 'Keeping Up Appearances')

Brandon Tartikoff (head of NBC, now deceased)

Lily Tomlin (comedienne/actress, starred in 9 To 5, All Of Me, and others)

Leon Trotsky (Russian revolutionary figure)

Bruce Vilanch (Hollywood Squares panelist)

Rich Voss

Mike Wallace (journalist from 60 Minutes)

Barbara Walters (journalist)

Joseph Wapner (judge on People's Court)

David Warner (British born supporting actor)

Dr. Brian Weiss (famed psychologist/reincarnation supporter)

Rachel Weisz (actress from the Mummy films)

Dr. Ruth Westheimer (sexual therapist)

Billy Wilder

Gene Wilder (comedian/actor...Young Frankenstein, Willy Wonka, many more)

Henry Winkler (TV actor from Happy Days "Fonz")

Debra Winger (star of Urban Cowboy and An Officer & A Gentleman)

Shelly Winters (actress, real name Shelly Schrift)

Max Wright (played father on ALF, recently caught smoking crack and having sex with two homeless black men)

Ed Wynn

Elliot Yamin (American Idol season 5 finalist)

Henny Youngman (stand-up comic, king of the one-liners)

Ian Ziering (star of Beverly Hills 90210)

Half or Part Jewish


Barbara Bach - actress/model (Jewish father/Irish mother, star of James Bond film Spy Who Loved Me, wife of Ringo Starr who's not Jewish)

Jennifer Beals (actress from Flashdance/The "L" Word, 1/2 black/Jewish)

David Blaine - (1/2 Puerto Rican magician/illusionist)

Yasmine Bleeth - Baywatch star (supposedly 1/2 Arab, other sources list her as full Jewish)

Lorainne Bracco - star of The Sopranos (1/2 Jewish/Italian)

Lisa Bonet - star of The Cosby Show (1/2 black/Jewish)

Matthew Broderick (star of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, War Games, Godzilla, and many more)

Neve Campbell (actress...Jewish mother)

Phoebe Cates (1/2 Japanese/Jew, wife of Kevin Kline, star of Fast Times at Ridgemont High)

Jackie Collins (author/sister of Joan)

Joan Collins (actress)

Jennifer Connelly (star of The Hulk and many more, claims Jewish ancestry)

Jamie Lee Curtis (Jew Tony Curtis father, non-Jewish mother)

Daniel Day-Lewis (actor...father English politician, mother Jewish)

Jamie-Lynn DiScala (aka Jamie Lynn Siegler- star of The Sopranos, Jewish father and Cuban (Spanish) mother)

Michael Douglas (son of Jewish actor Kirk Douglas and Bermuda born British mother, not raised in any religion)

Robert Downey Jr. (father Jewish, mother from Scotland, adopted non-Jewish step-father's surname)

Julia-Louise Dreifuss (Seinfeld star, father French-born Jew, related to famous Jewish military figure Driefuss)

David Duchovny (star of X-Files)

Nicole Eggert (Baywatch star...Jewish father/English mother...raised Jewish)

Aneesa Ferriera (1/2 black/Jewish reality TV star)

Carrie Fisher (daughter of Jew Eddie Fisher and non-Jew Debbie Reynolds)

Harrison Ford (Irish father, 1/2 Jewish mother)

James Franco (star of Spider-man films, Jewish mother)

Mikalah Gordon - American Idol contestant (Jewish father, Italian mother)

Jennifer Grey (Jewish father's a famous dancer/entertainer)

Goldie Hawn (1/2 Jewish comidienne/movie star)

Kate Hudson (daughter of Goldie Hawn, 1/4th Jewish, note her father is not Kurt Russell)

Helen Hunt (been in many movies including As Good as It Gets)

Scarlett Johansson (Danish father, Jewish-American mother...wears Star of David medallion)
James Maynard Keenan (Keenan is half-Jewish on his mother's side as she was born into a famous crypto-Jewish family that originated from Turkey and several other European countries.)

John Kerry (Democratic Presidential candidate, 1/4th Jewish, raised Catholic...Jewish immigrant grandfather got name Kerry from County Kerry in Ireland)

Kevin Kline (actor, star of Dave, A Fish called Wanda and many more)

Michael Landon (tv star, Jewish father/Irish-American mother, raised Catholic)

Matt Lauer (host of Today Show)

Cyndi Lauper (singer...Jewish father/Sicilian mother)

Jennifer Jason Leigh (daughter of Jewish actor Vic Morrow, starred in Easy Money, Single White Female, and many more)

Bill Maher (extreme liberal talk show host/comedian, Jewish father/Irish mother, raised Catholic)

Olivia Newton-John (Jewish grandfather Max Born who won Nobel prize in science)

Katey Sagal (Jewish father-starred in Married With Children, 2 twin sisters had a short lived series in the 80s)

Jack Osbourne (1/4 Jewish)

Kelly Osbourne (1/4 Jewish)

Sharon Osbourne (manager/wife of Ozzy Osbourne, Jewish father Don Arden music manager, Irish/English mother)

Gwyneth Paltrow (Jewish father, non-Jewish mother, raised Jewish)

Sean, Chris, & Michael Penn (Jewish director father Leo Penn, younger brother Michael is a little known folk singer)

Leah Remini (star of King of Queens, refers to herself as "Jewish & Sicilian" but judging her looks she's probably concealing some "colored" ancestry and masking it as "Sicilian")

Pink (R&B/Pop whigger slut born Alicia Moore, daughter of non-Jewish father James Moore and Lithuanian Jewish mother Judy Kugel...identifies with being Jewish)

Geraldo & Craig Rivera (1/2 Puerto Rican/Jewish journalists, the former has star of David tattoo on his hand)

Drew Rosenhaus (sports agent/personality)

Gavin Rossdale (singer of Bush, claims to have "Jewish ancestry")

Maya Rudolph (star of Saturday Night Live, Jewish father, black mother Minnie Ripperton famous for song "Loving You" from 70s)

Rob Schneider (comedian/actor, 1/2 Philipino)Jayne Seymour (actress of film and TV, claims Jewish ancestry)

Ione Skye (actress...Jewish mother)

Ben Stiller (Jewish comedian Jerry Stiller is his father, non-Jewish mother)

Matt Stone (co-creator of South Park)

Tiny Tim (60s singer, not gay either...half Jewish/Lebanese)

Abe Vigoda (son of Jewish Mexican (Sephardim) father and Italian American mother)
Married to Jews and/or Co

Jewish Musicians/Singers/Producers

3rd Bass ("white" Jewish rap group, both members Jewish)

Kenny Aaronson (bassist for Bob Dylan, Hall & Oates, Billy Idol, Sammy Hagar, Joan Jett, others)

Lou Adler (rock manager for Mamas & Papas, Rocky Horror Picture Show producer)

Steven Adler (ex-Guns N' Roses drummer)

Herb Albert (Jewish, not Mexican or Spanish as a lot think, founder of A&M Records, was popular artist in the 70s)

Alisha (80s Madonna wanna-be, couple of hits)

All Saints (3 of the 4 girls in All Saints are Jewish (the other is black), English born Melanie Blatt and Canadian sisters Natalie & Nicole Appleton)

Army Of Lovers (short-lived alternative duo from Sweden, one is Jewish from Algeria and other is Russian/Polish Jew)

Kenny Aronoff (balding session drummer for John Mellencamp, Ted Nugent, and country acts)

Asleep At The Wheel (both members Jewish)

Jeff & Mark Bass (brothers who grew up with Eminem, produced his records)

Beastie Boys ("white" Jewish rap group, all members Jewish)

Beck (singer)

Roy Bittan (keyboardist with Bruce Springsteen)

Blood, Sweat & Tears (most of this popular 60/early 70s band were Jewish...Al Kooper, Steve Katz, Bobby Colomby, Randy Brecker, & Jerry Weiss)

Eric Bloom, Dave Roeser (Blue Oyster Cult members...Bloom is cousin of Howard Stern)

Marc Bolan (T. Rex leader/singer)

Michael Bolton (singer)

Gary Brooker (Procul Harum)

David Bryan (David Bryan Rashbaum, keyboardist of Bon Jovi)

Mike Burkett & Eric Melvin (members of punk band NOFX)

Vanessa Carlton (singer who's 15 minutes are about up)

Eric Carmen (ex-singer for The Raspberries, solo artist..."All by Myself", "Hungry Eyes", etc.)

Leonard & Phil Chess (Polish-Jewish immigrants who started blues label Chess Records)

Leonard Cohen (singer/songwriter, performed at Woodstock, not as popular in America as he is overseas but has a strong cult following)

Marc Cohn (singer)

Harry Connick Jr. (Jewish mother, raised Catholic)

Country Joe & Fish (most members of this protest 60s band were Jewish)

Jim Croce (Half Jewish/Sicilian, raised and married Jewish)

Craig David (1/2 black/Jewish, from England, more popular there than in the States)

Clive Davis (founder of Arista Records, too many performers discovered by him to list but among them Whitney Houston, Grateful Dead, and Springsteen)

Taylor Dayne (singer)

Neil Diamond (very famous singer, commonly called the "Jewish Elvis")

The Dictators (early punk band, all members Jewish)

Dave Draiman (Disturbed singer, son of Orthodox rabbi)

Adam Duritz (singer for Counting Crows)

Bob Dylan (folk legend, converted to Christianity, refers to himself as a "born-again Jew", real name Robert Zimmerman)

Jakob Dylan (son of Bob, not as famous as him, vocalist for The Wallflowers)

Danny Elfman (ex-singer for Ooingo Boingo, movie composer, works with director Tim Burton)

Mama Cass Elliott (Mamas & Papas)

Brian Epstein (manager of the Beatles)

Howie Epstein & Stan Lynch (bassist and drummer for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Epstein died of heroin overdose in 2003)

Donald Fagan/Walter Becker (prog/jazz rock duo known as Steely Dan)

Marianne Faithfull (1/2 Jewish singer)

Perry Farrel (Jane's Addiction/Porno For Pyros singer/leader) -and ex male prostitute!

The Flamingos (doo-wop act of the 50s formed by Jewish brothers Jake & Zeke Carey, both later converted to Christianity)

Jon Fishman (drummer for Phish)

Alan Freed (DJ who in 1951 coined the term rock and roll)

Kinky Friedman (country singer/author/humorist)

Marty Freidman (ex-Megadeth guitarist, now pop star in Japan)

Justine Frischmann (singer for Elastica)

Art Garfunkel (Simon & Garfunkel)

The J. Geils Band (note: leader J. Geils is NOT Jewish, however the rest of the band are...at one time called "the Jewish Rolling Stones")

Philip Glass (new age composer, convert to Buddhism)

Mike Gordon (pedophile bassist for Phish)

Lesley Gore (singer of "It's My Party")

Peter Green (Fleetwood Mac guitarist, born Peter Greenbaum)

Norman Greenbaum (one hit wonder from the 60s, now dentist in Miami Beach)

Josh Groban (Jewish father, raised Episcopalian)

Brad Gurewitz (Bad Religion guitarist/Epitaph Records founder)

Arlo Guthrie (1/2 Jewish folk singer, son of communist/non-Jewish folk singer Woody Guthrie)

Mickey Hart (drummer for The Grateful Dead, only member of the Dead who was Jewish)

Richard Hell (punk rocker born Richard Myers)

Susanna Hoffs (leader of The Bangles)

Rob Hyman (member of The Hooters)

Janis Ian (folk singer briefly popular)

Scott Ian (Rosenfeld), Dan & Dave Spitz (Anthrax members...Dan Spitz converted to Christianity)

Jamiroquai (British born soul singer born Jason Kay, went to Hebrew school)

Jefferson Airplane/Starship (Jewish members include Marty Balin, Jorma Kaukonen, & Paul Spencer Dryden...rest of band not Jewish)

Billy Joel (singer/song-writer)

Mick Jones (guitarist/singer of The Clash and Big Audio Dynamite, very left-wing)

Jay & The Americans (all Jewish band, huge hits "This Magic Moment", "Cara Mia", "Come a Little Bit Closer", etc.)

Carole King (singer/song-writer)

Don Kirschner (rock producer)

Kittie (female nu-metal band led by Canadian born Jewish sisters Morgan & Mercedes Lander, at one time they had a guitarist named Marx who was probably Jewish)

The Knack (new wave band, all members Jews)

Paul Kossoff (member of Free who hit with single "All Right Now", son of movie director David Kossoff)

Al Kooper (ex-Blood Seat & Tears leader, discovered & produced Lynyrd Skynyrd)

Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits leader, Jewish father/Scottish mother)

Joey Kramer (drummer for Aerosmith)

Lenny Kravitz (1/2 Jewish & black singer/guitarist)

Robbie Krieger (The Doors guitarist)

Bob Kulick (session guitarist, brother of more famous Bruce)

Bruce Kulick (Kiss guitarist)

Steve Lawrence (singer)

Geddy Lee (Rush singer/bassist/keyboardist, born Gary Lee Weintraub, Yiddish grandmother called him "Geddy")

Danny Lilker (Nuclear Assault, Anthrax, S.O.D., & Brutal Truth bass player)

Lisa Loeb (one-hit wonder singer)

Melissa Manchester (singer)

Barry Manilow (real name: Barry Pinkus...singer/song-writer)

Mannfred Mann (famous for Bruce Springsteen cover "Blinded by The Light")

Arick Marshall (Red Hot Chili Peppers-1/2 Jewish/black guitarist)

Malcolm McLaren (discovered the Sex Pistols, surname is either not his actual name or he was half Jewish, identifies with being Jewish)

Meatloaf

Bette Midler (singer)

Rod Morgenstern (Winger/Dixie Dregs drummer)

Jon Moss (drummer for Culture Club, Adam Ant, and The Damned)
James Maynard Keenan (Tool)Keenan is half-Jewish on his mother's side as she was born into a famous crypto-Jewish family that originated from Turkey and several other European countries.Dave Mustaine (Megadeth) Jewish mother

Juice Newton (country singer born Judith Kaye Cohen)

New Found Glory (pop-punk band, 3 of the 5 members are Jews)

Randy Newman (singer/movie composer)

Phil Ochs (60s singer)

Orphaned Land (Israeli metal band)

Lee Oskar (horn player with War)

Steven Page (frontman for Barenaked Ladies)

Sandy Pearlman (producer of Blue Oyster Cult, founder of Pascha Records)

Iggy Pop

Trevor Rabin (YES singer/musician, born in South Africa)

Joey Ramone (The Ramones singer, real name Joey Hyman)

Lou Reed (singer/song-writer)

Robbie Robertson (guitarist for The Band/Bob Dylan, father Jewish, mother Mohawk Indian)

Rick Rubin (producer for Johnny Cash, Slayer, System of a Down among others)

David Rose (singer)

Ross The Boss (guitarist for Manowar and The Dictators - real name: Ross Friedman)

David Lee Roth (Van Halen singer)

Chuck Schuldiner (deceased singer/guitarist of (oddly enough) Death)

Neil Sedaka (singer)

Evan Seinfeld (Bio-hazard singer/bassist, husband of porno star and recently himself a porn star)

Danny Shuler (Bio-hazard drummer)

Josh Silvers (keyboardist for Type O Negative, note very critical of Jews and is very "politically incorrect")

Gene Simmons (Kiss singer/bassist, born in Hungary as Chaim Witz, raised in Israel, immigrated to U.S. and changed name to Gene Klein and later Simmons)

Carly Simon (singer)

Paul Simon (singer/composer)

Eric Singer (Kiss drummer)

Leland Sklar (session musician for Phil Collins, James Taylor...known for his trademark huge beard)

Alex Skolnick (former Testament guitarist, now jazz musician)

Slash (Guns N' Roses-1/2 Jewish/black guitarist)

Hillel Slovak (Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist, Israeli & died of heroin overdose)

Phil Spector (produced everyone from Elvis to the Ramones)

Dee Snider & Jay Jay French (Twisted Sister members, Snider is 1/4th Jewish and was raised Christian...French's real surname is Segal)

Paul Stanley (Kiss singer/guitarist, born Stanley Harvey Eisen...contrary to stupid internet rumor espoused by idiotic Jewwatch site, he's not the son of the man who invented 2000 Flushes)

Brenda K. Starr (salsa/freestyle singer famous for about 2 minutes...Jewish father/Dominican mulata mother)

Chris Stein (guitarist for Blondie)

Steve Stevens (Billy Idol, Michael Jackson guitarist)

Barbra Streisand (singer/liberal political activist/actress)

Sylvain Sylvain (born Sylvain Mizrahi in Egypt (designer Isaac Mizrahi is a cousin) guitarist of the NY Dolls)

10 cc (polular for song "I'm Not In Love", Lol Creme, Kevin Godley, and Gouldman are all Jews)

Mel Torme (singer)

Nick Valensi (guitarist for The Strokes, son of Jews from Algeria)

Veruca Salt (short-lived alternative band, Nina Gordon, Louise Post, and James Shapiro are Jews)

Max Weinberg (Bruce Springsteen drummer, Late Night with Conan O'Brien band leader)

Janet Weiss (singer)

Leslie West (born Leslie Weinstein, leader of Mountain)

Brad Wilk (drummer for Rage Against The Machine/Audioslave, communist party member)

Brian, Carl, & Dennis Wilson (members of The Beach Boys)

Carnie & Wendy Wilson (daughters of Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, 2/3rds of Wilson Phillips)

Kirk Windstein (Crowbar/Down singer/bassist)

Kip Winger (Winger singer/bassist, relative of Debra Winger)

Peter Wolf (singer, formerly of the J. Geils Band)

Randy Wolf (aka Randy California, guitarist for Spirit, died saving drowning son in Hawaii)

Zal Yanovsky (The Lovin' Spoonful)

Peter Yarrow (member of folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary...note he's the only Jew in that group...political leftist, godfather of John Kerry's daughter...Yarrow's niece is the daughter of a democratic senator and Yarrow did time in the 70s for sexually violating a 14 year old girl while his wife was pregnant, he was pardoned by then President Jimmy Carter because of Yarrow's political connections)

Warren Zevon (one-hit wonder)

Mark Zonder, Steve Zimmerman (members of Fates Warning)

John Zorn (jazz musician)

Porno Stars/Porno Directors/Producers/Sex Celebs

*note nearly all porn stars use fake names purposely to hide behind anonymity so in most cases it's next to impossible to find their real names or anything relating to their actual ethnicities and race. It's well-known that the overwhelming majority of creators, producers, and distributors of pornography are Jewish, something porn peddler Luke Ford (himself Jewish) brags about on his website http://www.lukeford.com. It also seems that most male performers appear Jewish but being there's not very many men in the industry it's not hard to figure out who's who. Females on the other hand are so numerous that it's next to impossible to figure out how many are Jewish or not though of the few I've seen many, possibly most have Semitic features. Keep in mind many, possibly most female performers purposely hide behind wigs, heavy make-up, and for the most successful starlets, plastic and cosmetic surgery. The following listed below are just those that have been open about being Jewish.

Buck Adams (brother of Amber Lynn)

Bunny Bleu

Barbara Dare

Amber Lynn (sister of Buck Adams, a very sick family indeed, the two announced they were siblings when both were scheduled to do a sex scene together by producers who didn't know their relations)

Nina Hartley (also communist party member)

Bobby Hollender

Xaveria Hollender

Frank James

Ron Jeremy

Gloria Leonard (actress & publisher of magazines)

Tiffany Million

Sharon Mitchell

Susan Nero

Raylene

Harry Reems

Herschel Savage (Hershel Cohen)

Alexandra Silk

Annie Sprinkle

Ona Zee
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CELEBRITIES OFTEN MISTAKEN AS JEWISH

Celebrities Commonly Mistaken as Being Jewish who are NOT JEWISH

Dan Ackroyd (French/British descent from Canada)

Alan Alda (Italian-American star of MASH born Alfonso Joseph D'Abruzzo)

Tim Allen (born in Colorado, real surname is Dick...step-father was an Episcopalian deacon)

Pamela Anderson (internet rumor, Canadian of Finnish descent)

Jennifer Aniston (Greek-American star of Friends)

Jello Biafra (Eric Boucher, French-American singer of Dead Kennedys)

Cate Blanchett (Australian actress, father was an American from Texas)

Orlando Bloom (adopted by Jewish step-father, not an ethnic Jew)

Ernest Borgnine ***Listed as a jew at jewish websites ({Jewish}Italian-American star of McHale's Navy/Escape from New York)

Charles Bronson (ex-coal miner from Pennsylvania, Ukrainian/Lithuanian descent)

Sandra Bullock (father American serviceman, mother German, speaks fluent German and is not Jewish)

Charlie Chaplin (not Jewish, had Jewish step-father and 1/2 brother who was half Jewish)

Chevy Chase (not Jewish, 14th generation New Yorker of Anglo/Dutch stock, comes from the Crane family known for producing public toilets)

Alice Cooper (big nose but French-American, real name Vincent Furnier, son of Protestant minister)

Adam Corolla*JEW* (Italian American comedian, tv personality) *update: he recently said some family came from Hungary which could indicate possible Jewish blood *** Confirmed-JEW)

Richard Dawson (actor/host of Family Feud...born in England as Colin Emm, ran away from home at age 14 to join Merchant Marines...ended up in Los Angeles and was a boxer for a while before finding fame)

Robert DeNiro (old rumor that he's 1/2 Jewish, he's actually a quarter Italian and 3/4ths Irish)***claimed to be a jew at several jewish sites----where's there's smoke...

C.C. DeVille (guitarist for Poison...Scandinavian-American born Bruce Johannesson)

Ronnie James Dio (singer from Black Sabbath, Rainbow, and Dio...born Ronald Padrevano in 1940, Italian-American from upstate New York)

Eminem (Marshall Mathers III (when did trailer trash start getting such regal sounding names?!??!?) is not Jewish)

Dani Filth (Dan Davies, singer of Cradle of Filth...internet rumor that he's 1/2 Jewish and 1/2 Ethiopian, anyone that believes such is a complete retard and needs to be exterminated from the genepool, he's as white Caucasian as you get)

Bobby Flay (TV chef, Irish-American)

Larry Flynt (publisher of Hustler, born in West Virginia...about as Jewish as a ham sandwich)

Judy Garland (actress, great-grand-daughter of President Ulysses S. Grant)

Richard Gere (Irish American from Pennsylvania)

Mel Gibson (just kidding...though eventually some idiot on one of the WN bulletin boards will come up with a theory of Gibson's Jewish origins)

Al Gore (Vice President/Presidential candidate...Anglo from Tennessee...as if)

Lou Gramm (Italian-American singer of Foreigner...real name Lou Grammatico)

Kathy Griffin (butt-ugly, but not Jewish, Irish-American)

Matt Groening (creator of The Simpsons)

Natalee Halloway (missing/presumedly murdered American teen in Aruba...Anglo-American from Alabama)

Jeff Hannemann & Kerry King (guitarists for Slayer, internet rumor...neither Jewish, the former is Nordic/Germanic and collector of "nazi" memoribilia)

Hugh Hefner (Playboy founder...his hook nose and his Ashkenazi looks betray him, despite all the efforts of his fellow jews not to "out" him and avoid the subject entirely....Hefner is a fucking jew!)

Benny Hill (born Alfred Hawthorne-Hill in Southhampton, England...Church of England member, took mother's surname as he didn't get along with his father and Benny came from his "idol" Jack Benny)

Paris Hilton (the Hilton hotel chain was the brainchild of a Norwegian immigrant, the family is largely Norwegian and German descent)

Jenny Jones (American talk show host, born Janina Stranski to Polish Roman Catholic parents employed in Bethlehem while it was still the British mandate of Palestine (now Israel)...family later relocated to Canada and then the U.S.)

Jimmy Kimmel---update! he's gotta be a jew (late night personality/talk show host, German-American...boyfriend of Jewish comidienne Sarah Silverman)

Sam Kinison (deceased comedian, former Protestant minister)

David Letterman (German-American host of The Late Show)

Till Lindemann (singer of German band Rammstein, internet rumor...Rammstein guitarist Richard Krupps is married to a Jewish model from New York City)

Marilyn Manson (Brian Warner is Irish/German American)

Sophie Marceau (French non-Jew and not related to Jewish mime Marcel Marceau)

Penny & Garry Marshall (Italian-American siblings, real name Marshelli, both famed directors...the former starred in sitcom Laverne & Shirley and was married to Jew Rob Reiner)

Steve Martin (comedian/actor/musician, Anglo from Texas, also an accomplished bluegrass musician though not known for it by most)

Liza Minelli (daughter of non-Jewish actress/singer Judy Garland and Italian father)

Gorilla Monsoon (Italian-American wrestling legend/commentator, real name Gino Morella)

Joe Namath (legendary NY Jets quarterback, Catholic Slovakian-American)

Steve Perry (singer of Journey...Portugese-American born Steven Pereira)

Elvis Presley (internet rumor that he had a Jewish grandmother, never been proven much less believable)

Artimis Pyle (Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer who was charged with molesting children and fled to Israel, he's not Jewish but served in Vietnam with Jewish man who helped arrange his fugitive status)

Michael Richards (plays "Kramer" on Seinfeld, is not Jewish but no one knows what his exact ethnicity is)

Alan Rickman (British actor, son of Irish Catholic immigrants)

Tim Roth (British actor, star of Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, others...real surname Smith, despite big nose and surname which can be either German or Jewish, Roth is not ethnically or religiously Jewish...his father was a journalist who worked mostly after WWII in countries that were hostile to the British and he changed the name...another source says he got name Roth from a Jewish friend who like him was ultra-left politically)

John Saxon (Italian-American star of Enter The Dragon)

Martin Short (often mis-identified as being Jewish, Short is actually of Irish descent and Roman Catholic)

Bruce Springsteen (Irish-Italian American singer)

Ringo Starr (born in Liverpool as Richard Starkey, he's not Jewish and even laughs about people saying he is in the Beatles DVD anthology, he is however married to half-Jew Barbara Bach)

Martha Stewart (Polish-American from the state of New Jersey (which has a heavy Polish presence), has dated several Jewish men however)

Alex Trebek (host of Jeopardy!, Canadian born son of Ukrainian immigrants)

Pete Townsend (singer/guitarist from The Who, born in England of Irish Catholic immigrants)

Liv Tyler (daughter of Italian-American Aerosmith singer Steve Tyler and Playboy playmate Bebe Buell)

Steven Tyler (Italian-American singer of Aerosmith)

Charlie Watts (drummer of Rolling Stones, very ugly but not Jewish)

Robin Williams***listed as a jew at jewish sites*** (comedian/actor, son of Ford executive Robert Fitzgerald Williams of Scottish/Welsh background, mother French descent from Louisiana)

Bruce Willis (born in Germany to non-Jewish American serviceman and German mother, speaks fluent German and also Lutheran)

Elijah Wood (Frodo from the Lord of the Rings, weird looking but not Jewish)

James Woods (Irish-American from Utah, played being Jewish in Once Upon A Time in America)

Weird Al Yankovic (Serbian/Italian known for song parodies)

The Non-Jewish Members of Kiss (the rock band Kiss was started in NYC by Jews Paul Stanley (Stan Eisen) and Gene Simmons (Chaim Witz), not all the members were Jews though some think everybody that has been in that band were. Ace Frehley (Paul Frehley) is German-American, Peter Criss (Criscuola), Vinnie Vincent (Cusano), and the late Eric Carr (Carravello) were Italian-Americans. The ethnicity of Michael St. John (Norton) is not known).

Arab-American & Lebanese-American Celebrities, NOT JEWS! *denotes Lebanese Catholic (if known)

F. Murray Abraham* (actor from Amadeus & Scarface)

Rene Angelil* (Lebanese/Quebecois husband/manager of Celine Dion)

Paul Anka (singer)

Yamila Diaz-Rahi* (Lebanese/Argentine model)

Shannon Elizabeth* (TV star)

John Elway* (football quarterback)

Emilio & Gloria Estefan* (producer/singer husband & wife - Cubans of Lebanese descent)

Charla Faddoul (reality TV star)

Jamie Farr (star of Mash)

Doug Flutie* (football quarterback)

Jeff George* (football quarterback)

Sammy Hagar* (singer/guitarist, ex-Montrose & Van Halen vocalist)

Khrystine Haje* (star of Head of the Class)

Mark Hamill* ("Luke Skywalker" from Star Wars films)

Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf* (midget star of Howard Stern Show)

Jack Hannah* (zoo keeper/tv personality)

Salma Hayek* (movie star)

Mirna Hindovan (reality TV star)

Benny Hinn (TV evangelist, born in Israel (Palestinian) but not Jewish)

Dom Joly (stand-up comic)

Casey Kasem (famous DJ)

Kerri Kasem (model/daughter of Casey)

Andy Kim* (70s pop star, singer of The Archies in the 60s)

Rich Kotite* (former NY Jets coach)

Krista McAuliffe* (teacher/astronaut killed in Challenger explosion)

Kristy McNichol (actress/tv star, Scottish father, Palestinian mother)

Ralph Nader* (politician/Green party)

Kathy Najimy (actress of Sister Act/The Fisher King/Hope Floats)

George Noory* (radio host of Coast to Coast AM)

Michael Nouri* (movie/tv actor)

Diane Rehm* (public radio host, Turkish father, Egyptian mother, Christian)

Rony Seikaly* (basketball player)

Shakira* (Colombian singer, Lebanese father)

Donna Shalala* (political figure, head of University of Miami)

Tony Shalhoub* (star of Monk)

Omar Shariff (Egyptian star of Dr. Zhivago & The 13th Warrior)

G.E. Smith* (real name Haddad, session guitarist...Hall & Oates, Saturday Night Live, etc.)

Noel Stookey* (member of Peter, Paul & Mary)

Vic Tayback* ("Mel" from Alice)

Danny & Marlo Thomas* (father & daughter actors/entertainers)

Tiffany* (80s teen pop star)

Jane Wiedlin***listed as a jew, looks like one too (guitarist from Go-Gos, animal rights activist)

Amy Yasbeck* (sitcom star, widow of John Ritter)

Frank Zappa & his children (musicians)

Armenian celebs, NOT JEWS!

Andre Agassi (tennis pro)

Charles Aznavour (singer)

Adrienne Barbeau (actress...half French)

Eric Bogosian (stand up comic/actor/director/commentator)

Cher (singer/actress)

Mike Connors (actor)

David Dickinson (British TV personality)

Atom Egoyan (director)

Arlene Francis (actress)

Alexander Haig (U.S. General)

Sid Haig (character actor from 70s B movies, recently Rob Zombie's films and Kill Bill Vol. II)

Linda Kasabian (member of the Charles Manson family)

Gary Kasparov (chess champion)

Armen Keteyian (sports commentator)

Dr. Jack Kevorkian (controversial "doctor of death" euthanasia supporter)

Maddox (web master)

Andrea Martin (comedienne)

Alain Prost (race car driver)

Jennifer Schwalbach Smith (actress, married to Kevin Smith)

David Seville (creator of Alvin & The Chimpmunks)

System Of A Down (metal band)

Jerry Tarkanian (basketball coach)

Michael Vartan (actor)

Albanian celebs, NOT JEWS!

John & James Belushi (comedians)

Eliza Dushku (actress)

Regis Philbin (TV host...1/2 Irish)

Married to Jews and/or Converted

Gracie Allen (married to George Burns, devout Catholic, Burns wasn't religious)

Tom Arnold (Roseanne Barr's ex-husband, converted)

Edie Brickell (married Paul Simon)

Kate Capshaw (married to Steven Speilberg)

Nell Carter (Gimme A Break star, married and converted)

Max Cavalera (singer/guitarist of Sepultura/Soulfly...married the band's Jewish manager)

Connie Chung (news personality, married to Maury Povich)

Sammy Davis Jr. (converted)

Isla Fisher (model, married to Ali G. (Sascha Baron Cohen)

Bridgette Fonda (actress, niece of Jane and grand-daughter of Henry Fonda...married to composer Danny Elfman)

Henry Hill (mob informer, subject of film Goodfellas)

Liam Howlett (member of The Prodigy, married All Saints member Natalie Appleton who is Jewish)

Shirley Jones (married Marty Ingels, converted)

Liam Gallagher (Oasis singer, married to All Saints member Nicole Appleton who is Jewish)

Whoopi Goldberg (actress/comedienne)

Yaphet Kotto (black actor...convert)

Richard Krupps-Bernstein (guitarist for German band Rammstein, converted and took wife's surname as own, since divorced)

Peter Lawford (converted)

Madonna (Italian/French American, follower of Kabbalah)

Paul McCartney (widow of Jewish Linda (Eastman) McCartney, did not convert, Linda McCartney (Eastman) contrary to popular rumor was not a member of the non-Jewish Kodak-Eastman family)

Richard Moll ("Bull" from Night Court, converted)

Marilyn Monroe (married Jewish playright Arthur Miller, Jewish ceremony)

Mike Myers (actor/comedian from the Austin Powers series/Saturday Night Live, etc., biologically he's not Jewish though many think he is, he is married to a Jewish woman though...update: they recently divorced)

Chris Robinson (Black Crowes singer, married quarter Jew Kate Hudson)

Kurt Russell (actor, married Goldie Hawn)

Suzanne Somers (actress/tv personality, converted)

Sharon Stone (married Jewish man...since divorced)

Elizabeth Taylor (converted)

James Taylor (Carly Simon's ex-husband)

Jackie Wilson (soul singer, converted)

Catherine Zeta-Jones (married 1/2 Jew Michael Douglas)

Nikki Ziering (Ian Ziering's ex-wife, converted)

Politics

Jews in the United States house of Representatives:
Levin, Lewis Charles Amer. -Pa. 1845-1851
Kaufman, David Spangler D-Tex. 1846-1851
Hart, Emanuel Bernard D-N.Y. 1851-1853
Phillips, Philip D-Ala. 1853-1855
Phillips, Henry Myer D-Pa. 1857-1859
Hahn, Michael Unionist; R-La. 1862-1863; 1885-1886
Strouse, Myer D-Pa. 1863-1867
Levy, William Mallory D-La. 1875-1877
Morse, Leopold D-Mass. 1877-1885; 1887-1889
Einstein, Edwin R-N.Y. 1879-1881
Houseman, Julius D-Mich. 1883-1885
Pulitzer, Joseph D-N.Y, 1885-1886
Rayner, Isidor D-Md. 1887-1889; 1891-1895
Frank, Nathan R-Mo. 1889-1891
Meyer, Adolph D-La. 1891-1908
Goldzier, Julius D-III. 1893-1895
Wanger, Irving P. * R-Pa. 1893-1911
Straus, Isidor D-N.Y. 1894-1895
Fischer, Israel Frederick R-N.Y. 1895-1899
Littauer, Lucius Nathan R-N.Y. 1897-1907
May, Mitchell D-N.Y. 1899-1901
Levy, Jefferson D-N.Y. 1899-1901; 1911-1915
Kahn, Julius R-Calif. 1899-1903; 1905-1924
Goldfogle, Henry Mayer D-N.Y 1901-1915; 1919-1921
Lessler, Montague R-N.Y. 1902-1903
Emerich, Martin D-III. 1903-1905
Wolf, Harry Benjamin D-Md. 1907-1909
Sabath, Adolph Joachim D-III. 1907--1952
Berger, Victor Luitpold Soc.-Wis. 1911--1913; 1919; 1923-1929
Cantor, Jacob Aaron D-N.Y. 1913-1915
Bacharach, Isaac R-N.J. 1915-1937
London, Meyer Soc.-N.Y 1915-1919, 1921-1923
Siegel, Isaac R-N.Y.1915-1923
Kraus, Milton R-Ind. 1917-1923
Volk, Lester David R-N.Y. 1920-1923
Perlman, Nathan David R-N.Y. 1920-1927
Ansorge, Martin Charles R-N.Y. 1921-1923
Rossdale, Albert Berge R-N.Y. 1921-1923
Rosenbloom, Benjamin R-W.V. 1921-1925
Marx, Samuel D-N.Y. Elected 1922; died before assuming office
Jacobstein. Meyer D-N.Y. 1923-1929
Dickstein, Samuel D-N.Y.1923-1945
Bloom, Sol D-N.Y. 1923-1949
Celler, Emanuel D-N.Y. 1923-1973
Golder, Benjamin Martin R-Pa. 1925-1933
Kahn, Florence Prag R-Calif. 1925-1937
Cohen, William Wolfe D-N.Y. 1927-1929
Sirovich, William Irving D-N.Y. 1927-1939
Peyser, Theodore Albert D-N.Y. 1933-1937
Ellenbogen, Henry D-Pa. 1933-1938
Kopplemann, Herman Paul D-Conn. 1933-1939; 1941-1943:1945-1947
Citron, William Paul D-Conn. 1935-1939
Sacks, Leon D-Pa. 1937-1943
Edelstein, Morris Michael D-N.Y. 1940-1941
Klein, Arthur George D-N.Y. 1941-1945; 1946-1956
Weiss, Samuel Arthur D-Pa. 1941-1946
EIlison, Daniel R-Md. 1943-1945
Rabln, Benjamin J. D-N.Y. 1945-1947
Rayfiel, Leo Frederick D-N.Y. 1945-1947
Javits, Jacob Koppel R-N.Y. 1947-1954
Multer, Abraham Jacob D-N.Y. 1947-1967
Isacson, Leo Am. Lab.-N,Y, 1948-1949
Irving, Theodore D-N.Y. 1949-1953
Ribicoff, Abraham A. D-Conn. 1949-1953
Heller, Louis Benjamin D-N.Y. 1949-1954
Chudoff, Earl D-Pa. 1949-1958
Dollinger, Isidore D-N.Y. 1949-1959
Yates, Sidney Richard D-III, 1949-1963; 1965-1999
Fine, Sidney Asher D-N.Y. 1951-1956
Holtzman, Lester D-N.Y. 1953-1961
Friedel, Samuel Nathaniel D-Md. 1953-1971
Davidson, Irwin Delmore D-N.Y, 1955-1956
Zelenko, Herbert D-N.Y. 1955-1963
Teller, Ludwig D-N.Y. 1957-1961
Farbstein, Leonard D-N.Y. 1957-1971
Toll, Herman D-Pa. 1959-1967
Halpern, Seymour R-N. Y. 1959-1973
Gilbert, Jacob H. D-N.Y. 1960-1971
Joelson, Charles Samuel D-N. J. 1961-1969
Rosenthal, Benjamin S. D-N.Y. 1962-1983
Resnick, Joseph Yale D-N.Y. 1965-1969
Tenzer, Herbert D-N.Y. 1965-1969
Scheuer, James D-N.Y 1965-1973; 1975-1993
Wolff, Lester Lionel D-N.Y. 1965-1981
Steiger, Sam R-Ariz. 1967-1977
Eilberg, Joshua D-Pa. 1967-1979
Podell, Bertram L. D-N.Y. 1968-1975
Lowenstein, Allard K. D-N.Y. 1969-1971
Mikva, Abner Joseph D-III. 1969-1973; 1975-1979
Koch, Edward Irving D-N.Y. 1969-1977
Abzug, Bella Savitsky D-N.Y. 1971-1977
Gilman, Benjamin Arthur R-N.Y. 1973
Mezvinsky, Edward M. D-IA 1973-1977
Holtzman, Elizabeth D-N.Y. 1973-1981
Lehman, William D-Fla. 1973-1993
Waxman, Henry Arnold D-Calif. 1975
Krebs, John Hans D-Calif 1975-1979
Spellman, Gladys Noon D-Md. 1975-1981
Richmond, Frederick W. D-N.Y. 1975-1982
Levitas, Elliott Harris D-Ga. 1975-1985
Gradison, Willis David R-Ohio 1975-1993
Solarz, Stephen D-N.Y. 1975-1993
Marks, Marc Lincoln R-Pa. 1977-1983
Weiss, Theodore S. D-N.Y. 1977-1992
Glickman, Daniel Robert D-Kans. 1977-1995
Beilenson, Anthony C. D-Calif. 1977-1997
Green, Sedgwick William R-N.Y. 1978-1993
Frost, (Jonas) Martin D-Tex. 1979
Kramer, Kenneth Bentley R-Colo. 1979-1987
Wolpe, Howard Elliot III D-Mich. 1979-1993
Frank, Barney D-Mass. 1981
Lantos, Thomas Peter D-Calif. 1981
Shamanksy, Robert Norton D-Ohio 1981-1983
Fiedler, Roberta Francis (Bobbi) D-Calif. 1981-1987
Wyden, Ronald Lee D-Oreg. 1981-1996
Schumer, Charles Ellis D-N.Y. 1981-1999
Gejdenson, Samuel D-Conn. 1981-2001
Ackerman, Gary Leonard D-N.Y. 1983
Berman, Howard L. D-Calif. 1983
Levin, Sander Martin D-Mich. 1983
Sisisky, Norman D-Va. 1983
Burton, Sala Galant D-Calif. 1983-1987
Boxer, Barbara D-Cal if. 1983-1992
Erdreich, Benjamin Leader D-Ala 1983-1993
Levine, Meldon Edises D-Calif. 1983-1993
Smith, Lawrence Jack D-Fla. 1983-1993
Miller, John R-Wash. 1985-1993
Cardin, Benjamin D-Md. 1987
Engel, Eliot Lanze D-N.Y. 1989
Lowey, Nita Melnikoff D-N.Y. 1989
Schiff, Steve R-N.M. 1989-1997
Sanders, Bernard Ind.-Vt.1991 -
Zimmer, Richard R-N.1. 1991-1997
Nadler, Jerrold Lewis D-N.Y. 1992-
Deutsch, Peter R. D-Fla. 1993-
Filner, Robert D-Calif. 1993-
Coppersmith, Sam D-Ariz. 1993-1995-
Fingerhut, Eric D-Ohio 1993-1995
Hamburg, Daniel D-Calif. 1993-1995
Klein, Herbert Charles D-N.J. 1993-1995
Levy, David A. R-N.Y. 1993-1995
Mezvinsky, Margolis M. D-Pa. 1993-1995
Schenk, Lynn D-Calif. 1993-1995
Harman, Jane F. D-Calif. 1993-199T2001
Fox, Jon R-Pa. 1995-1999
Rothman, Steven R. D-N.J. 1997-
Sherman, Brad D-Calif. 1997-
Wexler, Robert D-Fla. 1997-
Berkeley, Shelley D-Nev. 1999-
Schakowsky, Jan D-III. 1999-
Weiner, Anthony D-N.Y.1999-
Cantor, Eric R-Va. 2001-
Davis, Susan D-Calif. 2001-
Israel, Steve D-N.Y. 2001-
Schiff, Adam D-Calif. 2001-
Rahm Emanuel D-Ill. 2003 (Many still serving)

Senators:
David Levy Yulee, senator (D-FL: 1845-51, 1855-61)
Judah Benjamin, senator (Whig-LA: 1853-61)
Benjamin F. Jonas, senator (D-LA: 1879-85)
Joseph Simon, senator (R-OR: 1898-03)
Isidor Rayner, senator (D-MD: 1905-12)
Simon Guggenheim, senator (R-CO: 1907-13)
Herbert Lehman, senator (D-NY: 1949-57)
Richard L. Neuberger, senator (D-OR: 1955-60)
Jacob Javits, senator (R-NY: 1957-81)
Ernest Gruening, senator (D-AK: 1959-69)
Abraham Ribicoff, senator (D-CT: 1963-81)
Howard Metzenbaum, senator (D-OH: 1974, 1976-95)
Richard B. Stone , senator (D-FL: 1975-80)
Edward Zorinsky, senator (D-NE: 1976-87)
Rudy Boschwitz, senator (R-MN: 1978-91)
Carl Levin, senator (D-MI: 1979-)
Warren Rudman, senator (R-NH: 1980-93)
Arlen Specter, senator (R-PA: 1981-)
Frank Lautenberg, senator (D-NJ: 1982-01, 2003-)
Jacob Hecht, senator (R-NV: 1983-89)
Herb Kohl, senator (D-WI: 1989-)
Joseph Lieberman, senator (D-CT: 1989-)
Paul Wellstone, senator (D-MN: 1991-02)
Dianne Feinstein, senator (D-CA: 1992-)
Barbara Boxer, senator (D-CA: 1992-)
Russ Feingold, senator (D-WI: 1993-)
Ron Wyden, senator (D-OR: 1996-)
Charles Schumer, senator (D-NY: 1999-)
Norm Coleman, senator (R-MN: 2003-)

Supreme Court of the United States
Louis Brandeis, U.S. Supreme Court Justice 1916-39
Stephen Breyer, U.S. Supreme Court Justice 1994-
Benjamin N. Cardozo, U.S. Supreme Court Justice 1932-38
Abe Fortas, U.S. Supreme Court Justice 1965-69
Felix Frankfurter, U.S. Supreme Court Justice 1939-62
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, U.S. Supreme Court Justice 1993-
Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. Supreme Court Justice 1962-65

Activists and scholars
Gloria Allred, feminist lawyer
Thomas Buergenthal, U.S. judge on the International Court of Justice
Alan Dershowitz, U.S. lawyer, Professor Harvard Law School, popular author
M. Jerome Diamond, President of National Association of Attorneys General.
William Kunstler, U.S. lawyer famous for defending controversial "radical" clients such as the "Chicago Seven" protesters of the 1968 Democratic National Convention.
Samuel Leibowitz, lawyer, defender of the Scottsboro Boys
Edward Levi, U.S. Attorney General 1975-77
Martin Lipton, U.S. leading business lawer corporate merges
Julian Mack, President of US Circuit Court of Appeals
Stanley Mosk, U.S. jurist, California Supreme Court Justice and Attorney General
Peter Neufeld, Innocence Project
Barry Scheck, Co-founder of the Innocence Project, defense lawyer for O.J. Simpson. Described as Jewish in news coverage.
Eliot Spitzer, Attorney General of New York
Laurence H. Tribe, Professor of Law, Harvard University
Eugene Volokh, Professor of Law, UCLA

Media figures
Marcia Clark, prosecutor in the trial of O.J. Simpson
Roy Cohn, chief attorney for Joseph McCarthy's House Unamerican Activities Committee
Ed Koch, Judge on The People's Court
Robert Shapiro, U.S. lawyer, known for the trial of O.J. Simpson
Jerry Sheindlin, television judge, husband of Judith Sheindlin, former New York State Supreme Court justice
Judith Sheindlin, former New York family court judge, host of Judge Judy
Joseph Wapner, Judge on The People's Court.

Governors
Moses Alexander, governor of Idaho (D-ID: 1915-19)
Simon Bamberger, governor of Utah (D-UT: 1917-21)
Arthur Seligman, governor of New Mexico (D-NM: 1931-33)
Julius L. Meier, governor of Oregon (Ind-OR: 1931-35)
Henry Horner, governor of Illinois (D-IL: 1933-40)
Herbert H. Lehman, governor of New York (D-NY: 1933-42)
Ernest Gruening, territorial governor of Alaska (D-AK: 1939-53)
Abraham Ribicoff, governor of Connecticut (D-CT: 1955-61)
Samuel H. Shapiro, governor of Illinois (D-IL: 1968-69)
Frank Licht, governor of Rhode Island (D-RI: 1969-73)
Marvin Mandel, governor of Maryland (D-MD: 1969-77)
Milton Shapp, governor of Pennsylvania (D-PA: 1971-79)
Madeleine M. Kunin, governor of Vermont (D-VT: 1985-91)
Neil Goldschmidt, governor of Oregon (D-OR: 1987-91)
Bruce Sundlun, governor of Rhode Island (D-RI: 1991-95)
Linda Lingle, governor of Hawaii (R-HI: 2002-)
Ed Rendell, governor of Pennsylvania (D-PA: 2002-)

Prominent mayors (Major cities only)
Cincinnati: Bill Gradison (1971), Jerry Springer (1977-78)
Las Vegas: Oscar Goodman (1999-)
Louisville: Jerry E. Abramson (1985-98, 2002-)
New York: Fiorello LaGuardia (1934-45; Jewish mother), Abe Beame (1974-77), Ed Koch (1978-89), Michael Bloomberg (2002-)
Philadelphia: Edward Rendell (1992–2000)
Portland, Oregon: Vera Katz (1992-2004)
San Diego: Susan Golding (1992-2000)
San Francisco: Adolph Sutro (1894-96), Dianne Feinstein (1976–88)
Seattle: Bailey Gatzert (1875-76)
Indianapolis: Stephen Goldsmith (1992-99)
Miami: Harold Rosen (1975)

Economists
Ben Bernanke, nominee to chairman of the Federal Reserve (2006-)
Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve (since 1987)
Eugene Meyer, chairman of the Federal Reserve (1930-1933), president of the World Bank (1946)
James Wolfensohn, president of the World Bank (1995-2005)
Paul Wolfowitz, president of the World Bank (since 2005)

*NOTE- Not everyone is listed, mainly just the prominent people in the most important positions. This does not include lobbying groups, gov agencies, and other very important behind the scenes positions which dictate policy. Notice how they are always radical democrats? All throughout history. PS- In history it labels their views to the party they would belond to today.

Film directors
Jim Abrahams, parody director
J.J. Abrams, writer and director
Woody Allen, Oscar-winning director, actor, screenwriter and musician
Jack Arnold, director
Darren Aronofsky, director
George Axelrod, director, producer and screenwriter
Ralph Bakshi, Israeli-born animation film director
Bob Balaban, director and producer
Andrew Bergman, director
Curtis Bernhardt, German-born director and producer
Peter Bogdanovich, director (Jewish mother)
James L. Brooks, Oscar-winning director, producer
Mel Brooks, director, actor and producer (also see Comedians, qv)
Richard Brooks, director
William Castle, director
Ethan & Joel Coen, directors, screenwriters & producers
Rob Cohen, director, producer
Ricardo Cortez, director and actor; brother of Stanley Cortez
George Cukor, Oscar-winning director
Michael Curtiz, Oscar-winning director
Paul Czinner, Hungarian-born director
Jules Dassin, director
Andrew Davis, director
Cecil B. DeMille, director (Jewish mother, raised Episcopalian)
Maya Deren, director
Henri Diamant-Berger, French-born director, producer and screenwriter
William Dieterle, director
Stanley Donen, director, choreographer
Nora Ephron, director
Richard Fleischer, director; son of animator Max Fleischer
Carl Foreman, director, producer and screenwriter
Milos Forman, Oscar-winning director (Jewish father)
John Frankenheimer, director (Jewish father)
William Friedkin, Oscar-winning director
Samuel Fuller, director
Charles Guggenheim, Oscar-winning documentary director
Todd Haynes, director (Jewish mother)
Amy Heckerling, director
Peter Hyams, director
Spike Jonze, director
Phil Karlson, director (Jewish father)
Garson Kanin, director, screenwriter and playwright
Lawrence Kasdan, director
Philip Kaufman, director, screenwriter
Irvin Kershner, director
Zalman King, director
Harmony Korine, director, screenwriter (Jewish father)
Henry Koster, director
Stanley Kramer, director
Stanley Kubrick, director
John Landis, director
Fritz Lang, Austrian-born director (Jewish mother, raised Catholic)
Norman Lear, director, producer and screenwriter
Mimi Leder, director
Mervyn LeRoy, director and producer
Richard Lester, director
Barry Levinson, Oscar-winning director
Jerry Lewis, director, comic actor and producer
Joseph H. Lewis, director
Anatole Litvak, Russian-born director
Siegmund Lubin, director
Ernst Lubitsch, director
Sidney Lumet, director
Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Oscar-winning director
Tom Mankiewicz, director and screenwriter; son of Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Daniel Mann, director
Michael Mann, director
Stuart Margolin, director and actor
Elaine May, director, actress and screenwriter
Paul Mazursky, director, producer and screenwriter
Albert & David Maysles, documentary filmmakers
Nancy Meyers, director, screenwriter
Lewis Milestone, Oscar-winning director
Paul Newman, director, actor and producer (Jewish father)
Mike Nichols, Oscar-winning director
Leonard Nimoy, actor and director
Marcel Ophüls, director; son of director Max Ophüls
Richard Oswald, German-born director and producer
Frank Oz, director (Jewish father)
Alan J. Pakula, Oscar-winning director, producer
Norman Panama, director, producer and screenwriter
Arthur Penn, director
Abraham Polonsky, director
Sydney Pollack, Oscar-winning director, actor, producer
Otto Preminger, director
Sam Raimi, director
Harold Ramis, director
Brett Ratner, director
Carl Reiner, director and actor; father of Rob Reiner
Rob Reiner, director, actor
Martin Ritt, director
Jay Roach, director
Jerome Robbins, Oscar-winning director, choreographer
Herbert Ross, director
Robert Rossen, director, screenwriter
Joe Roth, director, producer and executive
David O. Russell, director, screenwriter (Jewish father)
Joel Schumacher, director
Susan Seidelman, director
George Sidney, director
Don Siegel, director
Frank Silvera, founder of Theatre of Being (Jewish father)
Bryan Singer, director
Robert Siodmak, German-born director
Todd Solondz, director
Barry Sonnenfeld, director
Steven Spielberg, Oscar-winning director, producer
Josef von Sternberg, Austrian-born director (M; Metropolis)
Oliver Stone, Oscar-winning director (Jewish father)
Paul Strand, documentary director
Barbra Streisand, director, actress and singer
Joseph Strick, director, producer and screenwriter
Erich von Stroheim, director, actor
James Toback, director, screenwriter and producer
Edgar G. Ulmer, director
Paul & Chris Weitz, directors
Billy Wilder, Austrian-born Oscar-winning director, screenwriter and producer
Irwin Winkler, director
Frederick Wiseman, documentary director
William Wyler, Oscar-winning director
Boaz Yakin, director
Fred Zinnemann, Austrian-born Oscar-winning director
David Zucker & Jerry Zucker, parody directors, producers
Edward Zwick, director, producer
Terry Zwigoff, director

Film Actors/Personalities
Bud Abbott, actor (Jewish mother)
Jack Albertson, actor
Broncho Billy Anderson, first major cowboy movie actor
Alan Arkin, actor
Tom Arnold, actor (converted to Judaism; some distant Jewish maternal ancestry)
Alexis Arquette, David, Patricia & Rosanna Arquette, actors (Jewish mother)
Mili Avital, Israeli-born actress
Hank Azaria, actor
Lauren Bacall, actress
Barbara Bach, actress, model (Jewish father)
Carroll Baker, actress (converted to Judaism)
Bob Balaban, actor
Martin Balsam, Oscar-winning actor
Theda Bara, actress, vamp
Ellen Barkin, actress
Barbara Barrie, actress
Gene Barry, actor
Randall Batinkoff, actor
Richard Benjamin, actor
Robby Benson, actor
Marisa Berenson, actress (Jewish father)
Peter Berg, actor (Jewish father)
Elizabeth Berkley, actress
Corbin Bernsen, actor (Jewish father)
Craig Bierko, actor (Jewish mother)
Thora Birch, actress (Jewish paternal grandfather)
Joey Bishop, actor, member of the Rat Pack
Jack Black, actor, rock musician
Karen Black, actress (mother of child actor Hunter Carson)
Mel Blanc, cartoon voice actor
Selma Blair, actress
Jonah Bobo, child actor
Richard Boone, actor (Jewish mother)
Zach Braff, actor
Michael Brandon, actor
Matthew Broderick actor (Jewish mother)
Adam Brody, actor
Adrien Brody, Oscar-winning actor (Jewish father)
Albert Brooks, actor, writer, director
Mel Brooks, actor, writer, director
Red Buttons, Oscar-winning actor
Amanda Bynes, actress (Jewish mother)
James Caan, actor
Scott Caan, actor, son of James Caan
Susan Cabot, actress
Neve Campbell, Canadian-born actress (Sephardic Jewish ancestry on mother's side; identifies as Jewish and Catholic)
Dyan Cannon, actress (Jewish mother)
Eddie Cantor, actor
Kate Capshaw, actress (converted)
Nick and Aaron Carter, actors & singers (Jewish father; not raised Jewish)
Seymour Cassel, actor
Phoebe Cates, actress (Jewish father & half-Jewish mother)
Jeff Chandler, actor
Josh Charles, actor
Emmanuelle Chriqui, Canadian-born actress
Jill Clayburgh, actress
Lee J. Cobb, actor
Didi Conn, actress
Jennifer Connelly, Oscar-winning actress (Jewish mother)
Harry Connick, Jr., actor (Jewish mother)
Hans Conried, actor
Jackie Cooper, actor (Jewish father)
Peter Coyote, actor
Billy Crystal, actor
Jamie Lee Curtis, Lady Haden-Guest; actress (Jewish father)
Tony Curtis, actor; father of Jamie Lee Curtis
Howard Da Silva, actor
Sammy Davis Jr., all-around entertainer (converted)
Stephen Dorff, actor (Jewish father)
Kirk Douglas, Oscar-winning actor
Melvyn Douglas, Oscar-winning actor (Jewish father)
Michael Douglas, actor (Jewish father)
Robert Downey, Jr., actor (Jewish paternal grandfather; identifies as "half Jewish")
Fran Drescher, comic actress
Richard Dreyfuss, Oscar-winning actor
David Duchovny, actor (Jewish father)
Herb Edelman, film and TV actor
Hallie Kate Eisenberg, actress
Jesse Eisenberg, actor
Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., actor (Jewish father)
Peter Falk, actor
Jon Favreau, actor, director (Jewish mother)
Corey Feldman, actor
Marty Feldman, comic actor
Tovah Feldshuh, actress
Fyvush Finkel, actor
Carrie Fisher, actress (Jewish father)
Harrison Ford, actor (Jewish mother)
Ben Foster, U.S. actor
James Franco, actor (Jewish mother)
Paul Frees, cartoon voice actor
Zsa Zsa Gabor and Eva Gabor, Hungarian-born actresses (Jewish mother; father's family potentially of converted Jewish descent)
John Garfield, actor
Sarah Michelle Gellar, actress
Gina Gershon, actress
Jami Gertz, actress
Jack Gilford, actor
Scott Glenn, actor (convert to Judaism)
Paulette Goddard, actress (Jewish father)
Adam Goldberg, actor (Jewish father; raised Jewish)
Jeff Goldblum, actor
Leo Gorcey, actor ("Dead End Kids")
Keith Gordon, actor
Elliott Gould, actor
Harold Gould, actor
Lee Grant, Oscar-winning actress
Bryan Greenberg, actor
Jennifer Grey, actress
Joel Grey, Oscar-winning actor
Charles Grodin, actor
Christopher Guest, Lord Haden-Guest, 5th Baron of Saling; actor (Jewish mother)
Steve Guttenberg, actor
Maggie & Jake Gyllenhaal, actors (Jewish mother)
Corey Haim, Canadian-born former child actor
Billy Halop, actor ("Bowery Boys"); brother of Florence Halop
Nina Hartley, porn actress (Jewish mother)
Goldie Hawn, Oscar-winning actress (Jewish mother, raised & identifies)
Dan Hedaya, actor
Barbara Hershey, actress (Jewish father)
Judd Hirsch, Oscar nominee
Dustin Hoffman, Oscar-winning actor
Judy Holliday, Oscar-winning actress
John Houseman, Oscar-winning actor (Jewish father)
Kate Hudson, actress (Jewish maternal grandmother; raised Jewish)
Helen Hunt, Oscar-winning actress (Jewish paternal grandmother)
Tab Hunter, actor (Jewish father)
Amy Irving, US actress (Jewish father)
Sam Jaffe, movie and TV actor
David Janssen, actor (Jewish father)
Ron Jeremy, erotic actor
Scarlett Johansson, actress (Jewish mother)
Al Jolson, singer, actor, early sound film star
Madeline Kahn, actress
Carol Kane, actress
James Karen, actor
Chris Kattan, actor (Jewish father)
Omri Katz, Israeli-born actor
Lainie Kazan, actress, singer
Danny Kaye, actor
Harvey Keitel, movie actor; married to actress Daphna Kastner
Tawny Kitaen, actress (Jewish father; raised Jewish)
Kevin Kline, actor (Jewish father; raised Catholic)
Jack Klugman, actor
Yaphet Kotto, actor
Martin Kove, actor
Lisa Kudrow, actress
Shia LaBeouf, actor (Jewish mother; raised Jewish)
Bert Lahr, actor
Ricki Lake, actress
Hedy Lamarr, Austrian-born actress
Martin Landau, Oscar-winning movie actor
Robert Lansing, U.S. actor (convert to Judaism)
Jack Larson, actor (Jewish mother)
Louise Lasser, actress
Piper Laurie, actress
Linda Lavin, actress
Marc Lawrence, actor
Michele Lee, actress, singer
Ron Leibman, actor; formerly married to Linda Lavin
Jennifer Jason Leigh, actress
Donovan Leitch Jr., actor (Jewish mother)
Michael Lembeck, actor
Michael Lerner, actor
Oscar Levant, actor
Ted Levine, actor
Eugene Levy, Canadian-born actor
Hal Linden, actor, singer
Alex D. Linz, child actor
Jonathan Lipnicki, child actor
Herbert Lom, Czech-born actor
Peter Lorre, German-born actor
Jon Lovitz, German-born actor
Paul Lukas, Oscar-winning actor
Natasha Lyonne, actress
Ali MacGraw, actress (Jewish mother)
Gabriel Macht, actor
Joshua Malina, actor
Howie Mandel, Canadian born actor
Tony Martin, actor & singer
Marx Brothers, comic actors
Marlee Matlin, Oscar-winning actress
Walter Matthau, Oscar-winning actor
Debi Mazar, actress (Jewish father)
Monet Mazur, actress (Jewish father)
Elaine May, actress, writer
Debra Messing, actress
Dina Meyer, actress
Bette Midler, actress, singer
Sylvia Miles, actress
Larry Miller, actor & comedian
Marilyn Monroe, actress (convert to Judaism)
Rick Moranis, Canadian-born actor and comedian
Vic Morrow, actor; father of actress Jennifer Jason Leigh
Zero Mostel, actor
Paul Muni, Oscar-winning actor
Judd Nelson, actor, member of the "Brat Pack"
Tim Blake Nelson, actor & director
Bebe Neuwirth, actress
Paul Newman, actor (Jewish father)
Olivia Newton-John, actress, singer (Jewish maternal grandfather & half-Jewish grandmother)
Leonard Nimoy, actor
Jerry Orbach, actor, (Jewish father)
Lilli Palmer, German-born movie actress
Gwyneth Paltrow, actress (Jewish father); identifies as Jewish
Eleanor Parker, actress (convert to Judaism)
Sarah Jessica Parker, actress (Jewish father)
Estelle Parsons, actress
Mandy Patinkin, actor, singer
David Paymer, actor
Amanda Peet, actress (Jewish mother, identifies)
Sean Penn, actor (Jewish father)
Rhea Perlman, actress
Ron Perlman, actor
Joaquin, (late) River & Summer Phoenix, actors (Jewish mother)
Molly Picon, actress (Yiddish-speaking)
Rebecca Pidgeon, actress (convert to Judaism)
Jeremy Piven, actor
Suzanne Pleshette, actress
Kevin Pollak, actor
Natalie Portman, actress
Freddie Prinze, Jr., actor (Jewish grandfather)
Sophie Okonedo, actrees (Jewish mother)
Mae Questel, cartoon voice actress
Gilda Radner, original cast member of Saturday Night Live
Luise Rainer, Oscar-winning actress (born in either Düsseldorf or Vienna)
Harold Ramis, actor & director
Tony Randall, comedic actor (born Leonard Rosenberg)
John Randolph, all-media actor
Michael Rapaport, TV and movie actor
Nikki Reed, actress (Jewish father)
Paul Reiser, U.S. actor
Tommy Rettig, child actor (Jewish father)
Simon Rex, actor & model (Jewish mother)
Peter Riegert, actor & comedian
Ritz Brothers, comedians
Doris Roberts, actress
Tanya Roberts, actress (Jewish mother)
Edward G. Robinson, actor
Mimi Rogers, actress (Jewish father)
Michael Rosenbaum, actor
Emmy Rossum, actress
Paul Rubens, actor
Paul Rudd, actor
Winona Ryder, actress (Jewish father; identifies as Jewish)
Daryl Sabara, child actor
Adam Sandler, actor, comedian
Fred Savage, actor
Rob Schneider, actor, comedian (Jewish father)
Liev Schreiber, actor (Jewish mother)
Jason Schwartzman, actor (Jewish father)
David Schwimmer, actor
Steven Seagal, actor (Jewish father; Seagal later became Buddhist)
Kyra Sedgwick, actress (Jewish mother; raised Jewish)
George Segal, actor
Peter Sellers, actor (Jewish mother)
Jane Seymour, British-born actress (Jewish father)
Norma Shearer, Oscar-winning actress (convert to Judaism)
Ally Sheedy, actress (Jewish mother)
Pauly Shore, actor & comedian
Sylvia Sidney, legendary star of the 1930s/1940s
Ron Silver, actor, activist
Jonathan Silverman, actor
Alicia Silverstone, actress
Lori Singer, actress, sister of Marc Singer
Marc Singer, actor
Ione Skye, actress (Jewish mother)
Helen Slater, actress
Leelee Sobieski, U.S. actress (Jewish maternal grandfather; raised partially Jewish)
Rena Sofer, actress
Marla Sokoloff, actress
Tori Spelling, actress; daughter of Aaron Spelling
Rod Steiger, actor
Daniel Stern, actor
Fisher Stevens, U.S. actor (Jewish father)
Ben Stiller, comedic actor
Jerry Stiller, comedic actor
Jill St. John, actress
Lee Strasberg, actor and Method acting instructor
Susan Strasberg, actress
Peter Strauss, actor
Barbra Streisand, Oscar-winning actress, singer, director
Dame Elizabeth Taylor, Oscar-winning actress (converted)
Renee Taylor, actress
George Tobias, actor
Topol, actor
Michelle Trachtenberg, actress (Jewish father)
Michael Tucker, actor
Michael Vartan French-born US actor (Jewish mother)
Abe Vigoda, actor
Erich Von Stroheim, German-born actor
Eli Wallach, actor
Sam Wanamaker, actor
Lesley Ann Warren, actress
Mae West, actress (Jewish mother)
Jack Weston, actor
Cornel Wilde, actor
Gene Wilder, actor
Mara Wilson, actress (Jewish mother; raised Jewish)
Debra Winger, actress
Henry Winkler, actor
Mare Winningham, actress (convert to Judaism, reported to be quite devout)
Alex Winter, actor
Dame Shelley Winters, Oscar-winning actress
Scott Wolf, actor
Evan Rachel Wood, actress
Noah Wyle, actor (Jewish father; raised Jewish)
Ed Wynn, actor, father of Keenan Wynn
Keenan Wynn, actor, son of Ed Wynn (Jewish father; raised Catholic)
Harris Yulin, actor
Efrem Zimbalist Jr., actor; father of Stephanie Zimbalist

Television Actors/Actresses
20/20 - Barbara Walters, John Stossel, Connie Chung (Chung converted)
24 - Jonathan Ahdout, Sara Gilbert, Mia Kirshner
3rd Rock From The Sun - Joseph Gordon-Levitt
The Addams Family - Carolyn Jones (converted)
ALF - Anne Meara (converted)
Alias - Victor Garber, Amy Irving (Jewish father), Greg Grunberg, Ron Rifkin, Joey Slotnick, Michael Vartan (Jewish mother), Kevin Weisman
Alice - Linda Lavin
Arrested Development - Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, David Cross
Babylon 5 - Mira Furlan, Stephen Furst, Melissa Gilbert, Walter Koenig, Stephen Macht, Robin Sachs
Barney Miller - Hal Linden, Barbara Barrie, Steve Landesberg, Abe Vigoda
Battlestar Galactica - Lorne Greene
Baywatch - Jason Brooks, David Charvet, Yasmine Bleeth, Nicole Eggert (Bleeth & Eggert Jewish father)
The Ben Stiller Show - Ben Stiller, David Cross
Beverly Hills 90210 - Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Tori Spelling
Bewitched - Mabel Albertson, George Tobias
Blossom - Mayim Bialik
The Bob Newhart Show - Suzanne Pleshette
The Bold And The Beautiful - Sean Kanan
Bonanza - Lorne Greene, Michael Landon (Jewish father)
Boston Public - Michael Rapaport, Jessalyn Gilsig (Jewish father), Rashida Jones (Jewish mother), Fyvush Finkel
Boston Legal - William Shatner
Boy Meets World - Ben Savage
Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Sarah Michelle Gellar, Seth Green, Alyson Hannigan (Jewish mother), Juliet Landau, Amber Benson, Michelle Trachtenberg (Benson & Trachtenberg - Jewish father)
The Carol Burnett Show - Harvey Korman, Dinah Shore
Charlie's Angels - Tanya Roberts, Jaclyn Smith (Roberts Jewish mother, Smith Jewish father)
Cheers - Rhea Perlman, Bebe Neuwirth
Chicago Hope - Mandy Patinkin, Adam Arkin, Peter Berg, Barbara Hershey (Berg & Hershey Jewish father)
Chico and the Man - Jack Albertson, Freddie Prinze (Prinze Jewish father)
Columbo - Peter Falk
The Cosby Show - Lisa Bonet (Jewish mother)
The Critic (animated series) - Jon Lovitz
Curb Your Enthusiasm - Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, Richard Lewis
Days of Our Lives - Sean Kanan, Jason Brooks
Dead like me - Mandy Patinkin
Dear John - Judd Hirsch, Ben Savage
The Dick van Dyke Show - Morey Amsterdam, Carl Reiner, Jerry Paris
Dukes of Hazzard - Sorrell Booke
Dynasty - Joan Collins (Jewish father)
Entourage - Jeremy Piven, Emmanuelle Chriqui
Even Stevens - Shia LaBeouf (Jewish mother), Donna Pescow
Empty Nest - Dinah Manoff, Estelle Getty
ER - Noah Wyle, Julianna Margulies (Margulies' mother converted to Catholicism, raised Margulies Catholic)
Everybody Loves Raymond - Doris Roberts, Brad Garrett, Monica Horan (Jewish father)
The Facts of Life - Charlotte Rae, Mindy Cohn
Family Guy (animated series) - Alex Borstein, Mila Kunis, Seth Green
Farscape - Claudia Black
Freaks and Geeks - John Francis Daley, Samm Levine, James Franco (Jewish mother)
Friends - Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer
Full House - Bob Saget, Scott Weinger, Marla Sokoloff
Futurama - Katey Sagal (Jewish father)
General Hospital - Stuart Damon, Steve Bond, Rena Sofer
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show - George Burns
Get Smart - Don Adams (Jewish father; raised Catholic), Bernie Kopell
Gilligan's Island - Tina Louise, Natalie Schafer
Gilmore Girls - Scott Patterson
Gimme a Break! - Nell Carter (convert to Judaism), Lara Jill Miller, Jonathan Silverman, Paul Sand (Jewish father)
The Goldbergs - Gertrude Berg, Philip Loeb
The Golden Girls - Bea Arthur, Estelle Getty
The Goon Show - Peter Sellers
Growing Pains - Jeremy Miller
Happy Days - Henry Winkler, Tom Bosley, Anson Williams, Don Most
Homicide: Life on the Street - Yaphet Kotto, Richard Belzer
Hogan's Heroes - Leon Askin, Werner Klemperer, Howard Caine, John Banner & Robert Clary
House, M.D. - Lisa Edelstein
The Howard Stern Show & The Howard Stern Radio Show - Howard Stern
Jack & Jill - Amanda Peet
Joey - Paulo Costanzo (Jewish mother)
Judge Judy - Judge Judy Sheindlin
Just Shoot Me! - George Segal, Rena Sofer
King of Queens - Jerry Stiller, Leah Remini (Jewish mother)
Knots Landing - Michele Lee, Claudia Lonow
L.A. Law - Michael Tucker, Alan Rachins, Corbin Bernsen (Jewish father)
The Larry Sanders Show - Garry Shandling, Jeffrey Tambor
Las Vegas - James Caan
Late Night with David Letterman - Paul Shaffer
Law & Order - Steven Hill, Jerry Orbach (Jewish father)
Let's Make a Deal - Monty Hall
Life As We Know It - Jon Foster, Kelly Osbourne (Jewish maternal grandfather)
Little House on the Prairie - Melissa Gilbert, Michael Landon (Jewish father; raised Jewish)
Live with Regis and Kelly - Michael Gelman
Lizzie McGuire - Adam Lamberg
Lost In Space - Jonathan Harris
Lou Grant - Ed Asner, Mason Adams
The Love Boat - Bernie Kopell
The L Word - Mia Kirshner, Erin Daniels
Mad About You - Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt (Jewish paternal grandmother), Richard Kind
Malcolm In The Middle - Justin Berfield, Kenneth Mars
Married... with Children - Katey Sagal (Jewish father)
The Mary Tyler Moore Show - Ed Asner, Mary Tyler Moore (Jewish paternal grandfather)
Maude - Bea Arthur, Bill Macy
Miss Match - Alicia Silverstone
Mission Impossible - Martin Landau, Barbara Bain, Steven Hill
The Mod Squad - Peggy Lipton
Modern Men - Max Greenfield, Marla Sokoloff
Monk - Bitty Schram, Ted Levine
The Munsters - Al Lewis
My Two Dads - Paul Reiser, Florence Stanley
The Nanny - Fran Drescher, Renee Taylor, Rachel Chagall
Night Court - Selma Diamond, Florence Halop
Nip/Tuck - Jessalyn Gilsig (Jewish father)
Northern Exposure - Rob Morrow
numb3rs - Judd Hirsch, Rob Morrow, David Krumholtz
The O.C. - Adam Brody, Minor character: Linda Lavin
The Odd Couple - Jack Klugman, Tony Randall
Once and Again - Evan Rachel Wood
One Day at a Time - Bonnie Franklin
One Tree Hill - Bryan Greenberg
Party of Five - Scott Wolf (Jewish father), Neve Campbell (Campbell identifies as Catholic and Jewish)
Passions - Galen Gering, Lindsay Hartley (both Jewish father)
The People's Court - Judge Gerald Sheindlin
Phil of the Future - Ricky Ullman
The Phil Silvers Show - Phil Silvers
The Practice - Camryn Manheim, Marla Sokoloff
The Pretender - Michael T. Weiss
Punky Brewster - Soleil Moon Frye (Jewish mother; raised Jewish)
The Real World - Rachel
Rhoda - David Groh, Julie Kavner, Harold Gould
Roseanne - Roseanne Barr, Sandra Bernhard, Sara Gilbert, Tom Arnold (convert to Judaism), Michael Fishman , Estelle Parsons, Shelley Winters, John Randolph
Roswell - Shiri Appleby, Brendan Fehr
St. Elsewhere - Howie Mandel, Stephen Furst, Florence Halop
Santa Barbara - Steve Bond, Nancy Lee Grahn (Jewish mother)
Saturday Night Live (original cast) - Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner
Saved by the Bell - Dustin Diamond, Elizabeth Berkley
Scrubs - Zach Braff
Seinfeld - Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Jewish paternal grandfather), Jerry Stiller, Estelle Harris
Sex and the City - Sarah Jessica Parker (Jewish father), David Eigenberg (Jewish father), Minor character: Evan Handler
The Simpsons (animated series) - Hank Azaria, Julie Kavner, Harry Shearer
Sixty Minutes (original) - Mike Wallace, Morley Safer
Smallville - Michael Rosenbaum
South Park - Matt Stone (Jewish mother), Mary Kay Bergman, Eliza Schneider
The Sopranos - Jamie-Lynn DiScala (Jewish father)
Space: 1999 - Martin Landau, Barbara Bain, Joan Collins (Jewish father)
Spin City - Richard Kind
Sports Night - Josh Charles, Joshua Malina
Starsky and Hutch - Paul Michael Glaser
Star Trek - William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Walter Koenig
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Brent Spiner
Star Trek: Deep Space 9 - Armin Shimerman
Sunset Beach - Sean Kanan, Randy Spelling, Bernie Kopell
Taxi - Judd Hirsch, Carol Kane, Andy Kaufman
That '70s Show - Mila Kunis, Tanya Roberts, Laura Prepon (Roberts Jewish mother, Prepon Jewish father)
thirtysomething - Ken Olin, Melanie Mayron
Three's Company - Norman Fell, Richard Kline
Today Show (NBC) - Matt Lauer, Katie Couric (Lauer Jewish father, Couric Jewish mother)
Welcome Back, Kotter - Gabe Kaplan, Marcia Strassman
The West Wing - Richard Schiff, Joshua Malina
What I Like About You - Amanda Bynes (Jewish mother), Simon Rex (Bynes & Rex Jewish mother), Leslie Grossman
Who's the Boss? - Judith Light
The Wild Wild West - Ross Martin, Robert Conrad (Jewish mother)
Will & Grace - Debra Messing, Shelley Morrison, Minor characters: Sydney Pollack, Lesley Ann Warren
Wings - Steven Weber, Rebecca Schull
The Wonder Years - Fred Savage, Josh Saviano, Jason Hervey, Ben Stein, Lindsay Sloane, Dustin Diamond, Daniel Stern
The X-Files - David Duchovny (Jewish father)
Your Show of Shows - Sid Caesar, Howard Morris
Zoey 101 - Sean Flynn-Amir

TV and radio presenters
Michael Savage, KNEW radio host
Dan Abrams, MSNBC anchor
Marv Albert, sportscaster
Mel Allen, radio sportscaster
Chuck Barris, presenter of Dating Game, Gong Show
Wolf Blitzer, CNN reporter
Kitty Carlisle, panelist on To Tell the Truth, arts advocate
Connie Chung, news anchor (converted)
Liz Claman, host of CNBC Morning Call
Howard Cosell, sportscaster
Katie Couric, presenter of The Today Show (Jewish mother)
Jim Cramer, tv reporter
Don Francisco, presenter of Sabado Gigante
Allen Funt, presenter of Candid Camera
Ira Glass, presenter of This American Life
Amy Goodman, presenter of Democracy Now
Daryn Kagan, host of CNN Live Today
Larry King, CNN reporter, host of Larry King Live
Ted Koppel, presenter of Nightline
Ricki Lake, presenter of Ricki
Dave Lieberman, presenter of Good Deal with Dave Lieberman
Bill Maher, ex-presenter of Politically Incorrect (Jewish mother, raised Catholic)
Al Michaels, sportscaster
Bill Nye, presenter of Bill Nye, the Science Guy
Maury Povich, talk-show host
Geraldo Rivera, news reporter (Jewish mother)
Laura Schlessinger, radio talk-show host of Dr. Laura
Daniel Schorr, tv reporter
Dinah Shore, television host, singer
Richard Simmons, fitness guru, host of Lighten Up with Richard Simmons
Herb Stempel, quiz show contestant
Bill Stern, radio sportscaster
Howard Stern, radio shock jock
Jon Stewart, comedian, presenter of The Daily Show
Mike Wallace, correspondent for 60 Minutes

Producers and creators
Irwin Allen, producer & director
Judd Apatow, screenwriter
George Axelrod, screenwriter
David Benioff, screenwriter
Steven Bochco, creator of LA Law, Murder One
Jerry Bruckheimer, producer
Seymore Butts, adult film producer & director
Paddy Chayefsky, screenwriter
Norman Corwin, radio writer, producer
David Crane, screenwriter, producer, co-creator of Friends
Robert Evans, producer, studio executive
William Goetz, producer
Leonard Goldberg, producer
Akiva Goldsman, Oscar-winning screenwriter, producer
Carl Gottlieb, screenwriter
Ben Hecht, screenwriter
Don Hewitt, executive producer of 60 minutes
Lawrence Kasdan, screenwriter and director
Marta Kauffman, producer, screenwriter, co-creator of Friends
Charlie Kaufman, screenwriter
David Kohan, executive producer of Will & Grace, Good Morning Miami, Twins, Four Kings, screenwriter of The Wonder Years
Ernest Lehman, screenwriter
Max Mutchnick, executive producer of Will & Grace, Good Morning Miami, Twins, Four Kings, screenwriter of The Wonder Years
Marc Platt, producer
Sydney Pollack, Oscar-winning director
Carl Reiner, comedian, creator of The Dick Van Dyke Show
Leon Schlesinger, producer
Josh Schwartz, screenwriter, creator of The OC
Sherwood Schwartz, creator of Gilligan's Island, Brady Bunch
David Selznick, producer
Rod Serling, creator of The Twilight Zone
Joel Silver, producer and co-inventor of Ultimate Frisbee
Aaron Sorkin, creator of West Wing
Aaron Spelling, producer, Starsky & Hutch, Charlie's Angels, Beverly Hills, 90210, Vega$, Family, Dynasty, Melrose Place, Charmed, 7th Heaven, Summerland
Darren Star, creator of Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place, Sex and the City
Matt Stone, creator of South Park (Jewish mother)
Bill Maher, creator and host of "Real Time"

Comedians
Bud Abbott, half of Abbott & Costello (Jewish mother)
Woody Allen, comedian, director, actor
Morey Amsterdam, comedian, actor
Fred Astaire, comedian
Dave Attell, comedian
Ike Barenholtz, comedian, cast member of 'MADtv'
Roseanne Barr, comedian
Jack Benny, entertainer
Milton Berle, entertainer, actor
Shelley Berman, comedian
Sandra Bernhard, comedian
Lewis Black, comedian
Victor Borge, comedian, pianist
Fanny Brice, entertainer
Albert Brooks, comedian, actor
Mel Brooks, comedian
Lenny Bruce, comedian
George Burns, entertainer, actor
Red Buttons, comedian, actor
Eddie Cantor, entertainer, actor
Sid Caesar, actor, writer
Andrew Dice Clay, comedian
Myron Cohen, comedian
David Cross, comedian, actor
Rodney Dangerfield, comedian
Larry David, comedian
Larry Fine, the Three Stooges
Al Franken, comedian, activist
Elon Gold, comedian, actor
Gilbert Gottfried, comedian, actor
Shecky Greene, comedian
Charles Grodin, comedian, actor
Buddy Hackett, comedian
Moe, Shemp & Curly Howard, the Three Stooges
George Jessel, comedian
Al Jolson, comedian
Mickey Katz, comedian
Andy Kaufman, comedian, actor
Danny Kaye, entertainer, actor
Alan King, comedian
Robert Klein, comedian
Tom Lehrer, satirist, musician
Oscar Levant, comedian
Jerry Lewis, comedian, actor
Richard Lewis, comedian
Marc Maron, comedian, radio host
The Marx Brothers, (Chico, Harpo, Groucho, Gummo), comedians
Jackie Mason, comedian
Lorne Michaels, creator of Saturday Night Live
Freddie Prinze, comedian, actor (Jewish father)
Gilda Radner, comic actress
Carl Reiner, comedian, actor
Don Rickles, comedian, actor
Joan Rivers, comedienne
Rita Rudner, comedian
Adam Sandler, comedian, actor
Robert Schimmel, comedian
Jerry Seinfeld, comedian, actor
Al Shean, comedian, actor
Allan Sherman, satirist, musician
Pauly Shore, comedian
Sarah Silverman, comic
Jon Stewart, comic, TV host
Ben Stiller, actor, camedian
Barbra Streisand, comedian
Rich Vos, Comic
Henny Youngman, comedian

Theater
Jacob Pavlovitch Adler, actor
Stella Adler, acting teacher & actress
Woody Allen, actor
Herb Alpert, producer
Morey Amsterdam, actor
Boris Aronson, set designer, costume designer and lighting designer
George Axelrod, producer & director
Shoshana Bean, actress
Julian Beck & Judith Malina, founders of Living Theatre
David Belasco, producer & director
Michael Bennett, director & producer (Jewish mother) **
Jack Benny, actor
Milton Berle, producer & actor
Shelley Berman, actress
Sarah Bernhardt, legendary French thespian (Jewish mother)
Theodore Bikel, actor
Fanny Brice, actress
Mel Brooks, producer **
Red Buttons, actor
George Burns, actor
Sid Caesar, actor
Eddie Cantor, actor & producer
Kitty Carlisle, actress
Joseph Chaikin & Peter Feldman, founders of Open Theatre
Paddy Chayefsky, director
Norman Corwin, director
Billy Crystal, actor & writer
Clive Davis, producer
Sammy Davis, Jr., actor (convert)
Robert Evans, actor
Ron Field, director ***
Larry Fine, actor
David Geffen, producer **
Leonard Goldberg, producer
Charles Grodin, producer, director & actor
Buddy Hackett, actor & producer
Arthur Hammerstein, producer & director (uncle of Oscar Hammerstein II)
Oscar Hammerstein I, producer & theater director/operator (grandfather of Oscar Hammerstein II)
Oscar Hammerstein II, producer & director
Ben Hecht, director
Anna Held, stage performer
Curly Howard, actor
Moe Howard, actor
Shemp Howard, actor
George Jessel, producer and actor
Al Jolson, performer & producer
Mickey Katz, actor & director
Andy Kaufman, actor
George S. Kaufman, producer, director, and theater owner/operator
Danny Kaye, actor
Larry Kert, actor & singer
Michael Kidd, director & producer
Alan King, actor & producer
Robert Klein, actor
Richard Kline, actor
Judy Kuhn, actress & singer
James Lapine, director & librettist
Norman Lear, producer
Ernest Lehman, producer
Jerry Lewis, actor
Judith Light, actress
Lucille Lortel, Off-Broadway producer, Lucille Lortel Theatre named after her
Joshua Malina, actor
Ross Martin, actor
The Marx Brothers, (Chico, Harpo, Groucho, Gummo), actors
Jackie Mason, actor
Sanford Meisner, founder of Neighbourhood Playhouse
Idina Menzel, actress, singer & songwriter
David Merrick, producer & director **
Lorne Michaels, producer & director
Arthur Miller, playwright
Mitch Miller, producer
Minskoff family, producers & theater owners
Howard Morris, actor
Zero Mostel, actor ****
Alla Nazimova, actress
Nederlander family, producers & theater owners **
Bebe Neuwirth, actress ****
Mike Nichols, producer & director **, ***
Joseph Papp a.k.a Joe Papp, founded the non-profit NYC Public Theater **
Mandy Patinkin, actor & singer ****
Jan Peerce, actor
Marc Platt, producer
Sydney Pollack, actor
Harold Prince, director **, ***
Gilda Radner, actress
Tony Randall, actor, founder of National Actors Theatre
Carl Reiner, director & actor
Rob Reiner, actor
Max Reinhardt, director
Elmer Rice, director & producer
Joan Rivers, actress & writer
Jerome Robbins, producer & director ***
Edward G. Robinson, actor & playwright
Billy Rose, director, producer, & theater operator
Rita Rudner, actress
Morrie Ryskind, director
Rebecca Schull, actress
Maurice Schwartz, producer, director and actor
Jerry Seinfeld, actor & writer
Al Shean, actor
Shubert family, producers & theater owners **
Anna Sokolow, director
Lee Strasberg & Harold Clurman, co-founders of Group Theatre
Barbra Streisand, actress
Julie Taymor, director ***
Bessie Thomashefsky, actress
Boris Thomashefsky, actor
Sophie Tucker, actress
Mike Wallace, actor
Barbara Walters, actress
Lesley Ann Warren, actress
Steven Weber, actor
Bob Weinstein, producer
Harvey Weinstein, producer
Barry Weissler, producer
Fran Weissler, producer
Louis Wolheim, actor
Ed Wynn, producer, director, actor, and librettist
Henny Youngman, actor
Harris Yulin, actor
Florenz Ziegfeld, director and producer
Efrem Zimbalist Jr., actor and producer

Journalists
Carl Bernstein, Watergate reporter
Barbara Ehrenreich, journalist
Giselle Fernández, Mexican-born television journalist (Jewish mother)
Charles Flato, American writer and Soviet agent
Pauline & Esther Friedman, advice columnists (Dear Abby and Ann Landers)
Thomas Friedman, columnist
Bernard Goldberg, journalist & author
Jonah Goldberg, commentator (Jewish father, raised Jewish)
David Halberstam, Vietnam reporter
Seymour Hersh, My Lai reporter
David Horowitz, writer, political commentator
Michael Kinsley, journalist & commentator
Tony Kornheiser, journalist
Samuel Krafsur, TASS journalist and Soviet agent
Paul Krassner, satirist
Charles Krauthammer, columnist
A. J. Liebling, journalist
Walter Lippmann, journalist & writer
Joshua Micah Marshall, political blogger
Shirley Povich, sports columnist
William Safire, columnist
George Seldes, investigative journalist
Joel Siegel, film critic
Gloria Steinem, journalist & feminist activist
I. F. Stone, investigative journalist
Walter Winchell, gossip columnist

Social leaders
Saul Alinsky, social organizer
Alexander Berkman, anarchist leader
Daniel De Leon, socialist leader
David Dubinsky, labor leader
Emma Goldman, anarchist leader
Samuel Gompers, labor leader
Sidney Hillman, labor leader
Abbie Hoffman, social activist, Yippie
Jackie Presser, labor leader, racketeer
Jerry Rubin, social activist, Yippie

Community leaders and activists
Graenum Berger, founder of AAEJ
Political and civil rights activists
Rabbi Meir Kahane, Founder of the Jewish Defense League *[1]
Michael Albert, co-founder of Z Magazine
Leslie Cagan, founder of UPJ
Ben Cohen, founder of TrueMajority
Jeff Cohen, founder of FAIR
Daniel Ellsberg, leaked the Pentagon Papers (Jewish parents)
Felix Frankfurter, helped found the ACLU
Mitch Kapor, co-founder of EFF
William Kunstler, civil rights lawyer
Aryeh Neier, head of HRW, ACLU, OSI
Eli Pariser, campaigns director of MoveOn.org
Bruce Perens, open source advocate, co-founder of SPI
Marcus Raskin, co-founder of IPS
Kenneth Roth, head of HRW
George Soros, founder of OSI
Richard Stallman, founder of FSF
Nadine Strossen, head of ACLU (father half Jewish holocaust survivor)
Allard K. Lowenstein, politician and anti-war leader

Anti-racism
Abraham Foxman, head of the ADL
Kivie Kaplan, head of the NAACP
Winona LaDuke, Native American acitivst & environmentalist (Jewish mother)
Stanley Levison, advisor of Martin Luther King
Abel Meeropol, composer of Strange Fruit
Michael Schwerner & Andrew Goodman, CORE activists, KKK victims
Joel & Arthur Spingarn, early NAACP leaders
Helen Suzman, South African anti-apartheid activist
Tim Wise, anti-racism activist

Feminism and gay rights
Bella Abzug, feminist politician
Gloria Allred, feminist lawyer
Andrea Dworkin, feminist writer
Susan Faludi, feminist writer
Leslie Feinberg, transgender activist & author
Betty Friedan, co-founder & first president of NOW
Arnie Kantrowitz, co-founder of GLAAD
Harvey Milk, murdered gay rights activist & openly-gay politician
Robin Morgan, editor of Ms. Magazine
Ernestine Rose, feminist
Gloria Steinem, founder of Ms. Magazine (Jewish father)
Rebecca Walker, feminist writer (Jewish father)
Naomi Wolf, feminist writer
Evan Wolfson, gay marriage activist

Health and environment
Judi Bari, environmentalist (Jewish mother)
Robert "Gypsy Boots" Bootzin Health food and fitness guru
Laurie David, envronmental activist
Bernard Lown, co-founder of IPPNW, Nobel Peace Prize (1985)
Ed Rosenthal, canabbis activist
Elizabeth Glaser, founder of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
Rose Kushner, breast cancer activist
Mathilde Krim, founder of amFAR (converted)
Larry Kramer, co-founder of GMHC
Henry Spira, animal rights activist
Irving & Dorothy Stowe, co-founders of Greenpeace

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