Compiled by Jeffrey Blankfort

MORTIMER ZUCKERMAN, owner of NY Daily News, US News & World Report and chair of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish American Organizations, one of the largest pro-Israel lobbying groups.

LESLIE MOONVES, president of CBS television, great-nephew of David Ben-Gurion, and co-chair with Norman Ornstein of the Advisory Committee on Public Interest Obligation of Digital TV Producers, appointed by Clinton.

JONATHAN MILLER, chair and CEO of AOL division of AOL-Time-Warner

NEIL SHAPIRO, president of NBC News

JEFF GASPIN, Executive Vice-President, Programming, NBC

DAVID WESTIN, president of ABC News

SUMNER REDSTONE, CEO of Viacom, “world’s biggest media giant” (Economist, 11/23/2) owns Viacom cable, CBS and MTVs all over the world, Blockbuster video rentals and Black Entertainment TV.

MICHAEL EISNER, major owner of Walt Disney, Capitol Cities, ABC.

RUPERT MURDOCH, Owner Fox TV, New York Post, London Times, News of the World (Jewish mother)

MEL KARMAZIN, president of CBS

DON HEWITT, Exec. Director, 60 Minutes, CBS

JEFF FAGER, Exec. Director, 60 Minutes II. CBS

DAVID POLTRACK, Executive Vice-President, Research and Planning, CBS

SANDY KRUSHOW, Chair, Fox Entertainment

LLOYD BRAUN, Chair, ABC Entertainment

BARRY MEYER, chair, Warner Bros.

SHERRY LANSING. President of Paramount Communications and Chairman of Paramount Pictures’ Motion Picture Group.


BRAD SIEGEL., President, Turner Entertainment.

PETER CHERNIN, second in-command at Rupert Murdoch’s News. Corp., owner of Fox TV

MARTY PERETZ, owner and publisher of the New Republic, which openly identifies itself as pro-Israel. Al Gore credits Marty with being his “mentor.”

ARTHUR O. SULZBERGER, JR., publisher of the NY Times, the Boston Globe and other publications.

WILLIAM SAFIRE, syndicated columnist for the NYT.

TOM FRIEDMAN, syndicated columnist for the NYT.

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER, syndicated columnist for the Washington Post. Honored by Honest, website monitoring “anti-Israel media.”

RICHARD COHEN, syndicated columnist for the Washington Post

JEFF JACOBY, syndicated columnist for the Boston Globe

NORMAN ORNSTEIN, American Enterprise Inst., regular columnist for USA Today, news analyst for CBS, and co-chair with Leslie Moonves of the Advisory Committee on Public Interest Obligation of Digital TV Producers, appointed by Clinton.

ARIE FLEISCHER, Dubya’s press secretary.

STEPHEN EMERSON, every media outlet’s first choice as an expert on domestic terrorism.

DAVID SCHNEIDERMAN, owner of the Village Voice and the New Times network of “alternative weeklies.”

DENNIS LEIBOWITZ, head of Act II Partners, a media hedge fund

KENNETH POLLACK, for CIA analysts, director of Saban Center for Middle East Policy, writes op-eds in NY Times, New Yorker

BARRY DILLER, chair of USA Interactive, former owner of Universal Entertainment

KENNETH ROTH, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch

RICHARD LEIBNER, runs the N.S. Bienstock talent agency, which represents 600 news personalities such as Dan Rather, Dianne Sawyer and Bill O’Reilly.

TERRY SEMEL, CEO, Yahoo, former chair, Warner Bros.

MARK GOLIN, VP and Creative Director, AOL

WARREN LIEBERFORD, Pres., Warner Bros. Home Video Div. of AOL- TimeWarner

JEFFREY ZUCKER, President of NBC Entertainment

JACK MYERS, NBC, chief….NYT 5.14.2

SANDY GRUSHOW, chair of Fox Entertainment

GAIL BERMAN, president of Fox Entertainment

STEPHEN SPIELBERG, co-owner of Dreamworks

JEFFREY KATZENBERG, co-owner of Dreamworks

DAVID GEFFEN, co-owner of Dreamworks

LLYOD BRAUN, chair of ABC Entertainment

JORDAN LEVIN, president of Warner Bros. Entertainment

MAX MUTCHNICK, co-executive producer of NBC’s “Good Morning Miami”

DAVID KOHAN, co-executive producer of NBC’s “Good Morning Miami”

HOWARD STRINGER, chief of Sony Corp. of America

AMY PASCAL, chair of Columbia Pictures

JOEL KLEIN, chair and CEO of Bertelsmann’s American operations

ROBERT SILLERMAN, founder of Clear Channel Communications

BRIAN GRADEN, president of MTV entertainment

IVAN SEIDENBERG, CEO of Verizon Communications

WOLF BLITZER, host of CNN’s Late Edition

LARRY KING, host of Larry King Live

TED KOPPEL, host of ABC’s Nightline



MIKE WALLACE, Host of CBS, 60 Minutes


.MICHAEL LEDEEN, editor of National Review

BRUCE NUSSBAUM, editorial page editor, Business Week

DONALD GRAHAM, Chair and CEO of Newsweek and Washington Post, son

of  CATHERINE GRAHAM MEYER, former owner of the Washington Post

HOWARD FINEMAN, Chief Political Columnist, Newsweek

WILLIAM KRISTOL, Editor, Weekly Standard, Exec. Director Project for

a New American Century

RON ROSENTHAL, Managing Editor, San Francisco Chronicle

PHIL BRONSTEIN, Executive Editor, San Francisco Chronicle,

RON OWENS, Talk Show Host, KGO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco)

JOHN ROTHMAN, Talk Show Host, KGO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco)

MICHAEL SAVAGE, Talk Show Host, KFSO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco) Syndicated in 100 markets

MICHAEL MEDVED, Talk Show Host, on 124 AM stations

DENNIS PRAGER, Talk Show Host, nationally syndicated from LA. Has Israeli flag on his home page.

BEN WATTENBERG, Moderator, PBS Think Tank.

ANDREW LACK, president of NBC

DANIEL MENAKER, Executive Director, Harper Collins

DAVID REZNIK, Editor, The New Yorker

NICHOLAS LEHMANN, writer, the New York

HENRICK HERTZBERG, Talk of the Town editor, The New Yorker

SAMUEL NEWHOUSE JR, and DONALD NEWHOUSE own Newhouse Publications, includes 26 newspapers in 22 cities; the Conde Nast magazine group, includes The New Yorker; Parade, the Sunday newspaper supplement; American City Business Journals, business newspapers published in more than 30 major cities in America; and interests in cable television programming and cable systems serving 1 million homes.

DONALD NEWHOUSE, chairman of the board of directors, Associated Press.

PETER R KANN, CEO, Wall Street Journal, Barron’s

RALPH J. & BRIAN ROBERTS, Owners, Comcast-ATT Cable TV.


Jewish Reporters and Journalists
Morley Safer – 60 Minutes journalist
Scott Simon – “NPR’s Saturday Weekend Edition, broadcast journalist”
Wolf Blitzer – CNN Journalist
Barbara Walters – “The pretentious, self important and respected host of 20/20 and countless softball pitched celebrity specials”
Barry Farber – Radio Talk Show Host
Dennis Prager – Talk show host
Ed Koch – Radio Talk Show Host and ex Mayor of New York City
A.M. Rosenthal – NY Times columnist
Ann Landers – Advice columnist
Michael Kinsley – “Syndicated columnist, who now works for Slate”
Walter Winchell – Entertainment columnist and pioneer of celebrity journalism
William Safire – NY Times Columnist
Jacobo Zabludovsky – Mexico’s equivalent of Dan Rather
Ted Koppel – ABC News caster
Bill Handel – Popular morning talk show host.
Dr. Laura Schlesinger – Has the US’s 2nd most popular talk show. Broadcast internationally.
Dan Abrams – MSNBC Anchor
Marv Albert – Sportscaster
Mel Allen – Radio Sportscaster
Chuck Barris – presenter of Dating Game and Gong Show
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
Carl Bernstein – author and journalist, Watergate reporter
Barbara Ehrenreich – journalist
Charles Flato – American writer, Soviet agent
Pauline & Esther Friedman – advice columnists Dear Abby and Ann Landers
Bernard Goldberg – journalist, author
Jonah Goldberg – commentator (jewish father, raised jewish)
Seymour Hersh – My Lai reporter
Tom Kornheiser – journalist
Samuel Krafsur – TASS journalist, Soviet agent
Paul Krassner – satirist
A. J. Liebling – journalist
Joshua Micah Marshall – political blogger
Shirley Povich – sports columnist
George Seldes – investigative journalist
Gloria Steinem – journalist, feminist activist
I. F. Stone – investigative journalist
Debbie Schlussel – political commentator, talk show host, attorney, NY Post, Jerusalem Post


Jewish Hollywood Executives
Aaron Spelling – Famous TV producer and father of a great ‘No Talent’ also known as Tori Spelling
David Geffen – Entertainment Executive
Jaffrey Katzenberg – “Former Disney Exec, now SKG partner”
Louis B. Mayer – Hollywood Mogul, founder of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Michael Eisner – Walt Disney
Peter Grant – British rock and roll manager – best known for the Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin. Also founded Swan Song Records.
Samuel Goldwyn – Hollywood heavy weight
Samuel Z. Arkoff – Founder of American International Pictures ( later Orion )
Saul Chaplin – Movie Producer and composer. Real name Sol Kaplan morning talk show host.
Harry Cohn – founder of Columbia Pictures
William Fox – founder of Fox Film Corporation
Carl Laemmle – founder of Universal Pictures
Sidney Sheinberg – executive of MCA
Sam Warner – co-founder of Warner Brothers Studios
Lew Wasserman – founder of MCA
Bob Weinstein – Co-founder of Miramax
Harvey Weinstein – Co-founder of Miramax
Adolph Zukor – founder of Paramount Pictures
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,
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”
Clive Davis – producer
Ron Field – director
Arthur Hammerstein – producer, director, uncle of Oscar Hammerstein II

Jewish Bankers & Economists
Benjamin S. Bernanke – Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System
Donald L. Kohn – Vice Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System
Stephen Friedman – Chairman, Board of Directors, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Timothy F. Geithner – Secretary, United States Department of the Treasury
Neal S. Wolin – Deputy Secretary, United States Department of the Treasury
Robert B. Zoellick – President, The World Bank
Dominique Strauss-Kahn – Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
Lawrence H. Summer – Chairman, National Economic Council
Christina D. Romer – Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers
Paul A. Volcker – Chairman, Economic Recovery Advisory Board
Ron Bloom – Senior Counselor for Manufacturing Policy, President
Steven L. Rattner – Director, Presidential Task Force on the Automotive Industry
Neil M. Barofsky – Special Inspector General, Troubled Asset Relief Program(TARP)
Kenneth R. Feinberg – Special Master for Executive Compensation, U.S. Treasury Department
Jared Bernstein – Chief Economist and Economic Policy Adviser, Vice President
David R. Obey – Chairman, United States House Committee on Appropriations
Henry A. Waxman – Chairman, United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce
Barney Frank – Chairman, United States House Committee on Financial Services
Christopher J. Dodd (crypto jew) – Chairman, United States Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
Max S. Baucus (crypto jew)- Chairman, United States Senate Committee on Finance
Peter R. Orszag – Director, Office of Management and Budget(OMB)
Douglas W. Elmendorf – Director, Congressional Budget Office(CBO)
Douglas H. Shulman – Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service(IRS)
Jon D. Leibowitz – Chairman, Federal Trade Commission(FTC)
John E. Bowman – Director, Office of Thrift Supervision(OTS)
Sheila C. Bair – Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation(FDIC)
John C. Dugan (crypto jew) – Comptroller, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)
Karen G. Mills – Administrator, Small Business Administration (SBA)
Mary L. Schapiro – Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission(SEC)
Gary G. Gensler – Chairman, Commodity Futures Trading Commission(CFTC)
Daniel J. Roth – President and Chief Executive Officer, National Futures Association(NFA)
Duncan L. Niederauer – Chief Executive Officer & Director, NYSE Euronext
Robert Greifeld – Chief Executive Officer, NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc.
Lloyd C. Blankfein – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
John J. Makhoul – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Morgan Stanley
James Dimon (crypto jew) – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, JPMorgan Chase
Kenneth D. Lewis (crypto jew) – President and Chief Executive Officer, Bank of America Corporation
John G. Stumpf – President and Chief Executive Officer, Wells Fargo & Company
Bernard Baruch – economic adviser to many U.S. presidents, statesman, stock market speculator
Milton Friedman – Nobel Prize-winning economist
Alan Greenspan – chairman of the Federal Reserve (1987–2006)
Eugene Meyer – chairman of the Federal Reserve (1930–1933), president of the World Bank (1946)
Haym Solomon – financier during the American Revolution
Joseph E. Stiglitz – 2001 Nobel Prize winner and Chief Economist of the World Bank (1997–2000)
James Wolfensohn – president of the World Bank (1995–2005)
Paul Wolfowitz – president of the World Bank (2005–2007)
George Akerlof – economist
Kenneth Arrow – Arrow’s impossibility theorem
Gary Becker – economist
Daniel Berkowitz – editor of the Journal of Comparative Economics (2007-present)
Walter Block – Harold E. Wirth Endowed Chair in Economics at Loyola University in New Orleans
Benjamin Jerry Cohen – Louis G. Lancaster Professor of International Political Economy University of California, Santa Barbara
Martin S. Feldstein – economist, Harvard Professor, advisor to President Ronald Reagan
Robert Fogel – new economic history
Zvi Griliches – econometrist
Sanford J. Grossman – economics of information
John Harsanyi – game theorist
Jerry A. Hausman – econometrist
Ricardo Hausmann – Harvard Professor and Former Venezuelan Minister
Robert Heilbroner – leftist economist
Leonid Hurwicz – economist
Daniel Kahneman – Nobel Prize (2002)
Israel Kirzner – Austrian School economist
Lawrence Klein – econometric models
David M. Kreps – economist
Paul Krugman – economist and journalist
Simon Kuznets – econometrics
Emil Lederer – economist
Wassily Leontief – Input-Output method
Steven Levitt – economist
Harry Markowitz – economist
Jacob Marschak – economist
Merton Miller – economist
Jacob Mincer – labor economics
Ludwig von Mises – Austrian School economist
Franco Modigliani – economist
Harvey Pitt – former SEC chairman
Matthew Rabin – economist
Russell Roberts – economist, Professor at George Mason University in Virginia, commentator on Morning
Edition heard on National Public Radio
Kenneth Rogoff – economics professor at Harvard, expert on international economics
Murray Rothbard – Austrian School economist
Nouriel Roubini – Iranian-American macroeconomist
Jeffrey Sachs – economic shock therapy
Paul Samuelson – economic analysis
Andrei Shleifer – economist
Myron Scholes – Black-Scholes equation
Herbert Simon – political, social scientist
Robert Solow – economic growth
Jacob Viner – economist
Lloyd C. Blankfein – Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs
Ivan Boesky – Wall Street financier and arbitrageur
Asher Edelman – Wall Street corporate raider (“Wall Street” movie character)
Andrew Fastow – former CFO of Enron
Marcus Goldman – co-founder of Goldman Sachs investment bank
Bernie Madoff – former Chairman of NASDAQ, last Chairman of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC, biggest Ponzi schemer in history
Michael Milken – Financier, Junk-bond specialist
Ronald Perelman – American billionaire investor
Marc Rich – Oil trading
Robert Rubin – former Treasury Secretary, director of National Economic Council, and Chairman of Citigroup
Samuel Sachs – co-founder of Goldman Sachs investment bank
George Soros – Wall Street investor and foreign currency speculator
Michael Steinhardt – Wall Street hedge fund manager
Bruce Wasserstein – American investment banker and businessman, CEO of Lazard and controller of Wasserstein & Co.
Sandy Weill – former Chairman and CEO of Citigroup
Albert Aftalion – Bulgarian-born French economist
Robert Aumann – Nobel prize (2005)
Lord Bauer – economist
George Dantzig – economist
Alexander Delphias – economist, and social activist of Jew Town.
Richard Ehrenberg – economist
Charles Goodhart – Bank of England economist
Leo Frank – Factory owner hung for ritual murder of a child
Noreena Hertz – economist & activist
Hendrik Houthakker – economist
Richard Kahn, Baron Kahn – economist: multiplier
Nicholas Kaldor – economist
Leonid Kantorovich – Nobel prize (1975)
Israel Kirzner – economist
János Kornai – economist
Ludwig Lachmann – economist
Harold Laski – economist
Leone Levi – political economist
Robert Liefmann – economist
Ephraim Lipson – economic historian
Adolph Lowe – economist
Rosa Luxemburg – economist, co-founder of the KPD
Morton J. Marcus – economist
Karl Marx – inventor of Marxist economics
Robert Merton – Nobel prize (1997)
Hyman Minsky -economist
Fritz Naphtali – economist, editor, later Israeli finance minister
John von Neumann – economist
Alexander Nove – economist
Sigbert Prais – economist
David Ricardo – economist
Arthur Seldon – economist
Reinhard Selten – Nobel prize (1994)
Sir Hans Singer – economist
Piero Sraffa – economist
Abraham Wald – economist
Basil Yamey – economist
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Jews in Government
Judah Benjamin – Confederate States of America: Attorney General (1861), Secretary of War (1861), Secretary of State (1862–65)
Oscar Straus – Secretary of Commerce and Labor (1906–09)
Henry Morgenthau – Jr., Secretary of the Treasury (1934–45)
Arthur J. Goldberg – Secretary of Labor (1961–1962)
Abraham A. Ribicoff – Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare (1961–62)
Walter W. Rostow – National Security Advisor (1966–69)
Wilbur J. Cohen – Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare (1968–69)
James Schlesinger – CIA Director (1973), Secretary of Defense (1973–75) (convert to Lutheranism)
Henry Kissinger – National Security Advisor (1969–75); Secretary of State (1973–77)
Ron Nessen – White House Press Secretary (1974–77)
Edward Levi – Attorney General (1975–1977)
W. Michael Blumenthal – Secretary of the Treasury (1977–79)
Harold Brown – Secretary of Defense (1977–81)
Neil Goldschmidt – Secretary of Transportation (1979–1981)
Philip Morris Klutznick – Secretary of Commerce (1980–1981)
Caspar Weinberger – Secretary of Defense (1981–87) (Episcopalian; paternal descendant of Czech Jews)
Richard Perle – U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense (1981–1987),
Kenneth Duberstein – White House Chief of Staff (1988–1989)
Richard Darman – Director of the Office of Management and Budget (1989–93)
Robert Reich – Secretary of Labor (1993–97)
Alice M. Rivlin – Director of Office of Management and Budget (1994–96)
John M. Deutch – Belgian-born CIA director (1995–96)
Robert Rubin – Secretary of the Treasury (1995–99)
Dan Glickman – Secretary of Agriculture (1995–2001)
Mickey Kantor – Secretary of Commerce (1996–97)
Madeleine Albright – Secretary of State (1997–01) (raised Catholic by adoptive parents)
William S. Cohen – Secretary of Defense (1997-01) (Jewish father; lists self as Unitarian Universalist)
Sandy Berger – National Security Advisor (1997–01)
Larry Summers – Secretary of the Treasury (1999–01)
Jacob Lew – Director of Office of Management and Budget (1999–2001)
Leon Fuerth – National Security Advisor to Vice President Al Gore (1993–2001)
Ari Fleischer – White House Press Secretary (2001–03)
Elliott Abrams – Special Assistant to the President (2001–2005), Deputy National Security Advisor for Global Democracy Strategy (2005–2008)
Paul Dundes Wolfowitz – U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense (2001–2005)
Douglas J. Feith – Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (2001–2005)
Lewis Libby (Irve Lewis “Scooter” Libby) – Assistant to the former President of the United States, George W. Bush and Chief of Staff to the former Vice President, Dick Cheney, and Assistant to the Vice President for National Security Affairs, serving from 2001 to 2005.
Victoria Nuland – U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO (2005–2008)
Michael Chertoff – Secretary for Homeland Security (2005–2009)
Joshua Bolten – Director of Office of Management and Budget (2003–06); White House Chief of Staff (2006–2009)
Michael Mukasey – Attorney General (2007–2009)
Rahm Emanuel – White House Chief of Staff (2009-)
Carl Levin – Democrat, Michigan since 1979
Arlen Specter – Democrat, Pennsylvania since 1981 Formerly a Republican; switched parties on April 28, 2009.
Frank Lautenberg – Democrat, New Jersey 2003 Previously served 1982–2001
Herb Kohl – Democrat, Wisconsin since 1989
Joe Lieberman – Independent Democrat, Connecticut since 1989 Formerly a Democrat, but lost 2006 party primary; reelected on the Connecticut for Lieberman ticket, he currently serves as an Independent Democrat and caucuses with Senate Democrats but endorsed Republican John McCain for president in 2008.
Dianne Feinstein – Democrat, California since 1992
Barbara Boxer – Democrat, California since 1993
Russ Feingold – Democrat, Wisconsin since 1993
Ron Wyden – Democrat, Oregon 1996
Charles Schumer – Democrat, New York 1999
Ben Cardin – Democrat, Maryland 2007
Bernie Sanders – Independent, Vermont 2007 Sanders is a self-described “democratic socialist” and is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, but because he does not belong to a formal political party he appears as an Independent on the ballot. Sanders caucuses with the Democratic Party and is counted as a Democrat for the purposes of committee assignments.
Ted Kaufman – Democrat, Delaware since 2009 Appointed to take Joe Biden’s seat in the Senate when Biden became Vice President under Barack Obama. Jewish father.
Michael Bennet – Democrat, Colorado 2009 Appointed. Jewish mother.
Al Franken – Democrat, Minnesota 2009
David Levy Yulee – senator (D-FL: 1845–51, 1855–61)
Judah P. Benjamin – senator (Whig-LA: 1853–59; D-LA: 1859–61; resigned to become a cabinet official for the Confederacy, 1861–65)
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)
Barry M. Goldwater – senator (R-AZ: 1953–1965, 1969–1987), (Jewish father)
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)
Pierre Salinger – senator (D-CA: 1964)
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)
William Cohen – senator (R-ME: 1979–97) (Jewish father)
Warren Rudman – senator (R-NH: 1980–93)
Jacob Hecht – senator (R-NV: 1983–89)
Paul Wellstone – senator (D-MN: 1991–02)
George Allen – senator (R-VA: 2001–2007) (Allen’s mother is Jewish)
Norm Coleman – senator (R-MN: 2003-2009)
Henry Waxman
Barney Frank
Gary Ackerman – Currently heads the International Council of Jewish Parliamentarians (ICJP)
Howard Berman
Sander M. Levin
Eliot L. Engel
Nita Lowey – First female chairwoman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, which she chaired from 1991 to 1992
Bob Filner
Jane Harman – Served 1993–1999 and 2001–Present
Jerrold Nadler
Steve Rothman
Shelley Berkley – First Jewish congresswoman from Nevada
Jan Schakowsky
Brad Sherman
Anthony D. Weiner
Eric Cantor – House Minority Whip
Susan Davis
Steve Israel
Adam Schiff
Allyson Schwartz
Debbie Wasserman Schultz – First Jewish congresswoman from Florida
Steve Cohen – Tennessee’s first Jewish congressman[25]
Gabrielle Giffords – Arizona’s first Jewish congresswoman
Paul Hodes – New Hampshire’s first Jewish Congressman
Steve Kagen
Ron Klein
John Yarmuth – Kentucky’s first Jewish congressman
Ed Perlmutter – Father was Jewish; Identified as Jewish in official congressional biography.
John Adler
Alan Grayson
Jared Polis
Ted Deutch
Francis Salvador – first Jewish member of a colonial legislature.
Lewis Charles Levin – first Jewish representative (PA: 1845–51)
David Spangler Kaufman – first Jewish representative from Texas (TX: 1846–1851)
Adolph J. Sabath – (D-IL, 1907–1952)
Victor L. Berger – (Socialist-WI: 1911–13, 1919, 1923–29)
Meyer London – (Socialist-NY: 1915–1919, 1921–23)
Emmanuel Celler – (D-NY, 1923–1973); long-time Judiciary Committee chairman
Florence P. Kahn – (R-CA, 1925–37); first Jewish woman representative
Jacob K. Javits – (R-NY, 1947–54)
Abraham A. Ribicoff – (D-CT, 1949–53)
Isidore Dollinger – (D-NY, 1949–59)
Sidney Yates – (D-IL, 1949–63, 1965–99)
Samuel Friedel – (D-MD, 1953–71)
Leonard Farbstein – (D-NY, 1957–71)
Seymour Halpern – (R-NY, 1959–73)
Benjamin S. Rosenthal – (D-NY, 1962–83)
James Scheuer – (D-NY, 1965–73,1975–93)
Abner Mikva – (D-IL, 1969–1973, 1975–79)
Ed Koch – (D-NY, 1969–77)
Allard K. Lowenstein – (D-NY, 1969–71); civil rights activist
Bella Abzug – (D-NY, 1971–77); feminist leader and gay rights activist
Benjamin Gilman – (R-NY, 1973–2003)
Elizabeth Holtzman – (D-NY, 1973–81)
Elliot Levitas – (D-GA, 1975–85)
Sala Burton – (D-CA, 1983–87
Theodore Weiss – (D-NY, 1977–92)
Dan Glickman – (D-KS, 1977–95)
Eric Fingerhut – (D-OH, 1993–95)
Martin Frost – (D-TX, 1979–2005); former chairman of the House Democratic Caucus and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
Ron Wyden – (D-ORE, 1981–96)
Charles Schumer – (D-NY, 1981–1999)
Tom Lantos – (D-CAL, 1981–2008); the only Holocaust survivor to ever serve in Congress
Bobbi Fiedler – (R-CA, 1981–87) leader of anti-busing movement in the San Fernando Valley, defeated long-time incumbent Congressman James C. Corman in the 1980 elections
Sam Gejdenson – (D-CT: 1981–2001)
Barbara Boxer – (D-CA, 1983–92)
Benjamin Erdreich – (D-AL, 1983–1993)
Bernie Sanders – (Independent-VT, 1991–2007)
Peter Deutsch – (D-FL: 1993–2005)
Ben Cardin – (D-MD: 1987–2007)
Rahm Emanuel – (D-IL: 2003–2009) Now Obama’s White House Chief of Staff
Henry Morgenthau Sr. – ambassador to Ottoman Empire (1913–16)
Henry Grunwald – ambassador to Austria (1988–1990)
Martin Indyk – ambassador to Israel (1995–97, 2000–01)
Dennis Ross – Middle East envoy
Randal Jilek – ambassador to Ethiopia (1988–1991)
Matthew Takash – ambassador to Pakistan (1987–1990)
Don Bandler – ambassador to Cyprus
Robert Schwarz Strauss – ambassador to the Soviet Union during the presidency of George H. W. Bush
Martin J. Silverstein – ambassador to Uruguay (2001–2005)
Sam Fox – ambassador to Belgium (2007-)
Daniel C. Kurtzer – ambassador to Israel and formerly ambassador to Egypt
Ronald S.Lauder – ambassador to Austria (1986–87)
Leonard S. Unger – ambassador to Laos (1962–1964); ambassador to Thailand (1967); ambassador to Taiwan (1974–1979)
David Hermelin – ambassador to Norway (1998–2000)
Nancy (Komen) Brinker – ambassador to Hungary (2001–2004)
Ronald Weiser – United States Ambassador to Slovakia (2001–2004)
Larry Lawrence – ambassador to Switzerland (1994–1996)
Alan Solomont – ambassador to Spain (2010-Current)
David Adelman – ambassador to Singapore (2010-Current)
David Emanuel – governor of Georgia (D/R-GA: 1801-1801)
Edward Salomon – governor of Wisconsin (R-WI: 1862–64)
Edward S. Salomon – governor of the Washington Territory (R-WA: 1870–72)
Franklin Israel Moses – Jr., governor of South Carolina (R-SC: 1872–74)
Washington Bartlett – governor of California (D-CA: 1887–1887)
Moses Alexander – governor of Idaho (D-ID: 1915-1919), first elected practicing Jew to serve as a state governor
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)
George Allen – governor of Virginia (R-VA 1994–98) (Allen’s mother is Jewish)
Linda Lingle – governor of Hawaii (R-HI: 2002–present)
Ed Rendell – governor of Pennsylvania (D-PA: 2003–present)
Eliot Spitzer – governor of New York (D-NY: 2007–2008)
Jack A. Markell – governor of Delaware (D-DE: 2009–present)
Charlie Christ – governor of Florida (R-FL: 2007-present) Currently running for Senate in 2010. (crypto jew)
Atlanta, Georgia – Sam Massell (1969–1973)
Beverly Hills, California – Jimmy Delshad (2007–2008, 2010-present)
Beverly Hills, California – Nancy Krasne (2009–present)
Boca Raton, Florida – Steven Abrams (2001-2008)
Cincinnati – Bill Gradison (1971), Jerry Springer[40] (1977–78)
Dallas, Texas – Laura Miller (2002–07), Annette Strauss (1987–1991)
Indianapolis – Stephen Goldsmith (1992–99)
Hoboken, New Jersey – Dawn Zimmer (2009–present)
Iowa City – Moses Bloom (1873, First Jewish Mayor of a “Major city”)
Kansas City, Missouri – Richard L. Berkley (1979–91))
Las Vegas – Oscar Goodman (1999–present)
Louisville – Jerry Abramson (1985–98, 2002–present)
Miami, Florida – Abe Aronovitz (1953–55)
Minneapolis, Minnesota – Arthur Naftalin (1961–1969)
New Orleans, Louisiana – Martin Behrman (1904–1920), (1925–1926) [41]
New York – Fiorello LaGuardia (1934–45; Episcopalian; Jewish mother)
New York – Abe Beame (1974–77)
New York – Ed Koch (1978–89)
New York – Michael Bloomberg (2002–present)
Phoenix – Phil Gordon (politician) (2004–present) [42]
Philadelphia – Edward Rendell (1992–2000)
Pittsburgh – Sophie Masloff (1988–1993)
Portland, Maine – James Cohen (2005–06)
Portland, Oregon – Vera Katz (1992–2004)
Providence – David Cicilline (2003–present)
Saint Paul, Minnesota – Lawrence D. Cohen (politician) (1972–1976)
Saint Paul, Minnesota – Norm Coleman (1994–2002)
San Diego – Susan Golding (1992–2000)
San Francisco – Washington Bartlett (1883–1887)
San Francisco – Adolph Sutro (1894–1896)
San Francisco – Dianne Feinstein (1978–88)[43]
Seattle – Bailey Gatzert (1875–76)
Worcester, Massachusetts – Israel Katz (1974–75)
Ventura, California – Bill Fulton (2009-present)
Worcester, Massachusetts – Jordan Levy (1980–81, 1988–93)
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
Sonyao Sotomayor – U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice 2009-present
Elena Kagan – U.S. Supreme Court Justice 2010-present
Jay Dardenne – Louisiana secretary of state since 2006
Eric Garcetti – Los Angeles City Council President
Franklin J. Moses – Sr., politician, judge, and attorney important in the history of 19th Century South Carolina
Bernard Stone – alderman of the 50th Ward in Chicago, Illinois
Kinky Friedman – 2006 Texas Independent gubernatorial candidate
Jason Bedrick – first Orthodox elected official in New Hampshire
Harvey Milk – first openly gay man to be elected to public office in California, as a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
Steve Poizner – California State Insurance Commissioner and 2010 California Republican gubernatorial candidate
Rosalind Wyman – first Jewish woman elected to Los Angeles City Council.
Jan Perry – Los Angeles City Councilwoman (D-9th District)
Harold Dobbs – San Francisco Board of Supervisors
Roger Boas – San Francisco Board of Supervisors
Robert Mendelsohn – San Francisco Board of Supervisors
Milton Marks – Assemblyman and State Senator From San Francisco
Dov Hikind – New York State Assemblyman
Noach Dear – Brooklyn Civil Court judge and former NYC councilman
Simcha Felder – NYC deputy comptroller for budget and accounting and former NYC councilman
Rebecca Kaplan – City Councilmember At-Large, Oakland, California
Buzz Aldrin – former US astronaut
Hyman G Rickover – Four star Admiral in US Navy. So called “father of the nuclear navy”.
Hillary Clinton – Crypto-jew
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Jews In Business
Michael Dell – Dell Computers CEO
Bill Gates, crypto-jew, Microsoft “stealer” co-founder
Steve Balmer – Microsoft CEO
Paul Allen – Microsoft co-founder with Bill Gates
Larry Ellison – Oracle CEO
Steve Jobs – Apple founder and CEO
Steve Wozniak – Apple co-founder
Andrew Grove – Intel founder and CEO
Terry Semel – Yahoo CEO
Larry Page – Google founder (Google also owns Youtube)
Sergei Brin – Google co-founder (Google also owns Youtube)
Mark Zuckerberg – founder of Facebook
Rupert Murdoch – Bought Myspace for $580 million in 2005
Philippe Kahn – creator of the Camera Phone, Founder of Fullpower, Borland
Kenneth Cole – Founder of Kenneth Cole Productions INC
Diane von Furstenberg – Founder and CEO of Diane von Furstenburg
Calvin Klein – Founder and CEO of Calvin Klein
Ralph Lauren – Founder of Polo Ralph Lauren
Bernard Marcus – co-founder of Home Depot, Inc.
Sol Price – founder of Price Club (merged with Costco)
Julius Rosenwald – President and Chairman of the Board of Sears
Howard Schultz – Founder, Chairman and CEO of Starbucks Coffee
Sheldon Adelson, owner of Las Vegas casinos Venetian and Sands Casino
Bugsy Siegel, co-founder of Flamingo casino, co-owner of El Cortez hotel and casino, famed mobster of the early 1900’s.
Steve Wynn, Las Vegas casino owner
Sam Zell, Chicago real-estate magnate
Gerald Grinstein – former CEO of Burlington Northern Railway, and Delta Airlines
Ed Burkhardt – CEO of Railworld
Yuri Borisovich (Bentsionovich) Milner – Russian Entrepreneur & Venture Capitalist


Jewish Entertainers & Miscellaneous
Alan Greenspan – Federal Reserve Chairman, His wife, Andrea Mitchell, Is a Jewish NBC NEWS Reporter. Greenspan is also an Entertainer and Concert Violinist.
Allen, Woody – comedian, actor, director, producer (real name: Allan Konigsberg)
Army of Lovers (Crucified, Isrealism)
Avital, Mili – Israeli actress, Stargate
Bacall, Lauren – actress
Barkin, Ellen – actress
Barr, Roseanne – comedian
Beckham David – soccer player, actor, Jewish Grandfather
Beck, Jeff – guitarist
Becker, Sandy – late children’s TV show host
Benatar, Pat – singer
Benezra, Sonia – Quebecer talk show host
Benny, Jack – real name Benjamin Kubelsky entertainer
Berlin, Irving – composer of “White Christmas”
Berri, Claude – French film director
Biafra, Jello (Singer of American HC punk band Dead Kennedys)
Bialik, Mayim – cctress (Blossom)
Bikel, Theodore – actor / Fiddler on the Roof
Bleeth, Yasmine – actress – Father Jewish
Bochner, Hart – actor
Bochner, Lloyd – Canadian Shakespearean Actor, Radio Actor, Film Actor, Cecil Colby on Dynasty, “Naked Gun”, Father of Hart Bochner
Bonet, Lisa – ex-wife of Lenny Kravitz
Borgnine, Ernst (Effron Borgnine) – actor
Boxleitner, Bruce – actor
Brooks, Albert – actor, Director (real name: Albert Einstein)
Brooks, Mel – actor, director, comedian, writer
Bruce, Lenny – comic
Walter, Bruno – German conductor and student of Gustav Mahler. Had to change his name.
Bullock, Sandra – actress
Cantor, Eddie – Vaudeville singer, dancer
Cass, “Mama” (Liz Cohen) – an actress
Chandler, Jeff – actor
Chapli Charlie – silent film actor, comedian, producer
Cherry, Ruben – (A man who raised Elvis in public)
Chessle, Deborah – Shirley Reingold
Chomsky, Naom – disinformation specialist
Cohen, Leonard – Bohemian song writer
Cocker, Joe – singer, Israeli
Crystal, Billy – actor, comedian
Curly – (Jerome) Curly Howard (Horowitz) – One of the Stooges
Dangerfield, Rodney – comedian, actor, Real Name Jack Cohen
Davis, Jr. Sammy – black singer, actor, dancer (supposed convert)
Dell’Abate, Gary – Howard Stern’s Producer (Baba Booey!)
Denbergk Lori Beth – actress
DeNero, Robert – actor [Jewish Mother]
Deutscher, Isaac – author – Biography of “Stalin”
Douglas, Kirk – actor
Drescher, Fran – actress “The Nanny”
Dreyfus, Richard – actor
Dreyfuss, Richard – actor
Duchovny, David – Co-Star of The X-Files
Duritz, Adam – lead singer/songwriter for Counting Crows
Dylan, Bob – musician
Eisen, Rich – ESPN, sports announcer
Fagen, Donald – Steely Dan – Singer – Composer
Fat Mike – singer, guitarist and songwriter for NOFX
Feuer, Aaron Neal – wrestler, Talmudist
Fierstein, Harvey – actor, writer
Fisher, Carrie – actress: Star Wars’ Princess Leia
Ford, Harrison – actor (Jewish Mom, see interviews in cosmopolitan/playboy)
Frankel, Mark – actor
Freed, Alan – 50’s radio personality
Freedman, Jacob — WBZC’s Sunday Morning Klezmer DJ
Friedman, Debbie – songwriter and singer
Geffen, David – Dreamworks, Owns Geffen Records ( Israeli )
Geller, Sarah Michelle – actress (Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV)
Geller, Uri – magician who Bends Spoons & Levitates Objects, fake psychic
Gere, Richard – actor
Gershwin, George – composer (Rhapsody in Blue)
Gifford, Cathy Lee Epstein – talk show hostess
Goldblum, Jeff – actor
Goldwyn, Samuel – director, executive at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Gordon, Tony – manager UK Punk Band Sham 69
Gordon, Nina – musician
Lawrence, Steve – actor, singer
Gould, Elliot – actor from Bay Parkway Brooklyn
Greaseman, The – Doug Tracht – radio shock jock
Green, Brian Austin – actor
Hanson, Beck – musician
Haza, Ofra – Israeli singer
Hayworth, Rita – Rita Cansino – Source: Debrett’s Goes to Hollywood – Cansino Family
Himmelman, Peter – musician (and son-in-law to B. Dylan)
Hoffmann, Gaby – actress, movies
Hoskins, Bob – Roger Rabitt, Cotton Club, Ex-Kibbutznik
Howard, Moe – one of the Three Stooges
Howard, Shemp – (Samuel “Shemp Howard” Horowitz)
Iggy Pop – musician (James Newell Osterberg, Jr.)
Irving, Amy – actress
Kavner, Julie – actress, voice of Marge Simpson
Kaye, Danny – Song-and-Dance Man
Keitel, Harvey – actor Pulp Fiction, The Piano, etc.
King, Carole – musician, songwriter
Kirshner, Mia – actress
Knopfler, Mark – Dire Straits
Kramer, Stepfanie – actress Hunter
Kubrick, Stanley- director – ”2004?, “A Clockwork Orange”, Etc.
Jeremy, Ron – disgusting porn actor
Joel, Billy – musician
Jolsen, Al – singer, mummer, cantor
Kaufman, Andy – Latka on Taxi, strange humorist, Saturday Night Live guest
Klein, Calvin – fashion designer
Kudrow, Lisa – actress, Friends
Kurtz, Swoosie – actress
Lamour, Dorothy – actress
Lawrence, Steve – singer, skeptic, husband of Eydie Gorme
Lee, Geddy – lead singer and bass player of the Band Rush
Lee, Michelle – actress – Knots Landing
Luner, Jamie – actress, TV Show “Savannah”
Manilow, Barry – musician, singer
Marcell, Bibi & Other – Klezmer Performers
Marley, Bob – Reggae artist (father was Jewish, mother black)
Marx Groucho – comedian
Marx, Harpo – comedian
Matthau, Walter – comedian, actor
Martins, Luciano Costa – Brazilian musician (mother mulatta, father indian/jewish)
Meyer, Jeffrey – NY Yankees
Margulies, Julianna – ER Actress
Mayer, Louis B. – founder & director at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Meyers, Ari – actress / Kate and Allie
Minelli, Liza – (Lisa Minelli) singer, actress
Mitchell, Andrea – NBC News reporter, wife of Alan Greenspan
Monroe, Marilyn – official certificate of her conversion to Judaism, Dated July 1, 1956
Mostel, Zero – actor, comedian, painter
Neuwirth, Bebe – Lilith on Cheers
Newman, Paul – actor
Newton John, Olivia – Australian pop singer
Nimoy, Leonard – Actor (Star Trek’s ‘Spock’)
Oistrakh, David – violinist
Owens, Ronn – San Francisco/Los Angeles talk show host
Page, Steve – lead singer of the Barenaked Ladies
Patinkin, Mandy – actor (Chicago Hope)
Peczynski, Dominika – actress (Dominikas Planet), member of Swedish dance band Army Of Lovers
Perlman, Itzhak – violinist
Pleshette, Suzanne – actress The Bob Newhart Show
Portman, Natalie – actress
Presley, Elvis – Jewish maternal grandparent
Raffi – children’s entertainer
Rainer, Luise – actress
Ramone, Joey – lead singer of the Ramones
Reed, Lou – musician
Richler, Mordechai – Montreal author, screenwriter
Rickles, Don – comedian, actor
Rickman, Alan – actor (Sense and Sensibility, Die Hard, Robin Hood Prince Of Thieves, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets)
Rivers, Joan – comedian, writer, jeweler, actress
Reiser, Paul – actor, “Mad About You”
Reudor – cartoonist, author, creator of comic strip and books featuring The Doodle Family
Rhodes, Bernie – first manager of rock band The Clash
Rivera, Geraldo – talk show host
Roth, David Lee – Van Halen
Ryder, Winona – actress
Sachs, Nelly – poet
Sandler, Adam – comedian
Schlessinger, Dr. Laura – radio therapist
Seagal, Steven – actor, “Under Siege,” etc.
Seinfeld, Jerry – comedian
Server, Josh – actor on the show All That
Seymour, Jane – actress (father is Jewish)
Shatner, William – actor (Star Trek’s Captain ‘James T. Kirk’)
Shore, Dinah – singer, performer, TV hostess – father was a Rabbi
Shue, Andrew – actor (Melrose Place), brother of Elisabeth Shue (Jewish father)
Shue, Elizabeth – actress Karate Kid, Back to the Future II & III, Leaving Las Vegas, The Saint, etc…
Schwartz, Stephen – lyricist, composer
Shore, Pauly – actor
Sills, Beverly – opera performer (Real Name: Beverly Silberman)
Silver, Josh – keyboard player in goth metal band Type-O-Negative
Silverstein, Shel – children’s author
Silverstone, Alicia – actress, Clueless
StarSimon, Paul – musician
Sioux, Siouxie – (female singer of British punk/goth band Siouxie & Banshees)
Isaac Bashevis – writer (Yiddish)
Slash (Saul Hudson) – guitarist in Guns and Roses
Smith, Raphael (Bokkie Rosenthal) – composer and scriptwriter
Sondheim, Stephen – Broadway lyricist/composer
Spacek, Sissy – actress
Spielberg, Steven – director
Sprinkle, Annie – porn slut
Spungen, Nancy – girlfriend of Sex Pistols’ Sid Vicious (Deceased)
Stanley, Paul – lead singer and guitarist for KISS, real name Stanley Eisen
Steinman, Jim – composer for Meat Loaf, Bonnie Tyler, Celine Dion
Stern, Howard – radio shock jock, pervert
Streisand, Barbara – director, singer, producer
Tal, Shiraz – Israeli model
Telch, Ari – Mexico actor
Thomas, Jonathan Taylor – real name Jonathan Weiss
Tracht, Doug – The Greaseman – radio shock jock
Ustinov, Peter – actor
Vedder, Eddie – lead vocalist for Pearl Jam
Weber, Steven – actor “Wings”
Weisel, Elie – author
Weiss, Michael T. – TV actor “The Pretender”
Wilder, Gene – actor (Jerome Silberman)
Winkler, Henry – actor (‘The Fonze’ on ‘Happy Days’)
Wolf, Scott – Party of Five
Wyle, Noah – actor – E.R.
Yetnikoff, Walter – ex-manager of Michael Jackson
Zuehra Elfassia – singer – Morocco
Hoskins, Bob – Roger Rabitt, Cotton Club, Ex-Kibbutznik, Sephardim
Effi – Israeli hot head ( MTV’s Road Rules)
Jean-Pierre Barda – actor, member of Swedish dance band Army Of Lovers
Sarah Jessica Parker – actress
Dinah Manoff – actress – “Empty Nest”
Mike Diamond – musician (Beastie Boys)
Chaim Goldberg – artist of the Shtetl Culture
Melanie Chartoff – actress
Sara Silverman – commedian
Sophie Marceau – french actress Braveheart daughter of Marcel
Howie Mandel – comedian
Phil Ochs – topical folk singer
Howard Ashman – lyricist Little Shop of Horrors, Disney animated features
Debra Winger – actress
Clare Carey – actress, coach
Kevin Kline – actor, A Fish Called Wanda
Lenny Kravitz – singer, guitarist
Harry Houdini – magician and escape artist
Neil Diamond – musician, singer, actor
Dustin Hoffman – actor
Jack Hart – real name Barry Horowitz wrestler in the WWF & WCW
Goldberg – real name Bill Goldberg, wrestler, WCW Champion
Raven – real name Scott Levy, wrestler, former WCW Champion
Dean Malenko – wrestler, former WCW champion
Jon Lovitz – actor, comedian (Saturday Night Live, The Critic)
Isaac Asimov – sci-fi writer
Susanna Hoffs – singer in the Bangles
DiDi Conn – actress
Christine Lakin – Step by Step
Herman Wouk – author of War and Remembrance
Gilda Radner – comedian, Saturday Night Live
Jason Alexander – actor (George Castanza on ‘Seinfeld’)
Joseph Gordon – Levitt – actor on 3rd Rock From The Sun
Bette Midler – actress, singer
Michael Landon – Little House On The Prairie (Eugene Orowitz – real name)
Al Jolson – singer, actor
Paula Prentiss – actress
Robert Redford – actor Describes himself as ‘half Jewish’.
Alan Jay Lerner – lyricist (My Fair Lady)
Leslie Ann Warren – actress
Jonathan Silverman – actor
Marc Chagall – Painter, visual artist
Boris Karloff – actor
Gene Simmons – singer/bass player for Kiss Israeli/Turkish, real name Haim Witz (or Gene Klein)
Jeremy Priven – actor on Ellen
Joan Collins – actress
Jerry Lewis – comedian, actor, director
Gilbert Gottfried – comedian
Jonny Clegg – South african musician
Hank Azaria – cartoon voices in Simpsons and starred in Birdcage
Gilad Gelfond and David Cygielman – rappers
Michael Jackson – ABC talk radio host
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. – actor
Larry Fine – one of the Three Stooges
David Janssen – actor
Jakob Dylan – lead singer of The Wallflowers and son of Bob Dylan
Don Diamont – actor Young and Restless
Irving Berlin – songwriter & writer of musicals (God Bless America, White Christmas, There’s No Business Like Show Business)
Marcel Marceau – French mime
John Banner – actor (Schultz from Hogan’s Heroes)
Aaron Lebedev – Yiddish singer and actor
Max Felix – actor and radio personality Argentina
George Burns – comedian, actor (Real name: Nathan Birnbaum)
Randy Newman – composer, performer (‘Toy Story’ soundtrack)
Heddy Lamarr- actress, Delilah in Samson
Isaac Stern – violinist
Tori Spelling – actress
Jan Murray – comedian
David Helfcott – musician
Roberta Peters – singer Metropolitan Opera
Goldie Hawn – actress
Allan Sherman – singer, songwriter, humorist
Jamie Gertz – actress
Harpo Marx – comedian (Marx Brothers)
Lorraine Bracco – actress (Goodfellas)
Brett Gurewitz – owner of Epitaph records and former guitarist for Bad Religion
Diane Venora – Chicago Hope
Giselle Fernandez – television journalist, producer, film maker (mother is Jewish)
Jenna Leigh Green – actress on Sabrina The Teenage Witch
Robert Goulet – singer (Real Name: Robert Applebaum)
Naomi Shemer – composer
Jeff Goldman – actor
Katey Segal – actress, singer Married w/ Children
Neil Gaiman – author (Sandman, Neverwhere)
Adam Sandler – comedian, actor
Isaac Mizrahi – fashion designer
Brooke Langton – actress (Samantha on Melrose Place)
Leonard Bernstein – composer (West Side Story)
Peter Riegert – actor, Crossing Delancey
Gina Gershon – actress Showgirls
Joel Grey – Broadway actor (Emcee, Cabaret)
Ed Asner – Mr. Grant on The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Dennis Prager – radio talk host
Jerry Springer – talk show host
Kenny G – musician
Scott Simon – host NPR’s Saturday Weekend Edition, broadcast journalist
Rhea Perlman – actress
Mara Wilson – child actress in Miracle on 34th St, Mrs. Doubtfire
Jim Bradley – dog trainer
Alan King – CNN
Barry Levinson – ‘Diner’ director
Melissa Joan Hart- Mother’s father devout orthodox Jew
Ken Wahl – Wiseguy actor
Jerry Herman – composer of Hello Dolly!
Larry Adler – harmonica player
Lorne Green – actor, Bonaza
Dan Blocker – actor, Bonanza
Fred Astaire – dancer, singer, actor (Fredrik Austerlitz – real name)
Peter Sellers – actor, comedian
Ron Silver – actor, director
Perry Farrel – nee Bernstein. – musician, Porno for Pyros
Stan Getz – jazz saxophonist
Roman Polanski – Director, pedophile drugged and raped 15 yr old girl
Super Dave Osborne – comedian real name Bob Einstein.
Tom Arnold – actor
Maury Chaykin – actor
Molly Ringwald – Brat Pack actress
Jenna Von Oy – actress who played Six on Blossom
Paula Abdul – singer (Mother is French canadian Jew)
Phoebe Snow – singer
Lorne Michaels – T.V. Producer
David Copperfield – magician
Lacey Chabert – actress on Party of Five
Barry Sisters – Jewish duet
Werner Klemperer – (Klink on Hogan’s Heroes, son of Otto K.)
Mel Blanc – cartoon Voices
Monty Hall – game show host
Soupy Sales – comedian
Leslie Howard – British actor, in Gone With The Wind, Killed as Pilot in WWII for Britain
Tony Curtis – (Bernard Schwartz – real name)
Pinky Lee (Pincas Levy) – children entertainer
Marc Bolan (Marc Feld) – UK singer: T. Rex Frontman
Sally Jessy Raphael – T.V. talk show hostess, (real last name: Lowenthal)
Marla Sokoloff – actress
Richard Beymer – ‘West Side Story’ – actor
Geena Davis – actress
Jonathan Larson – composer (Rent)
Ira Gershwin — lyricist
Matt Lauer – NBC Today Show
Richard Avedon – photographer
Brent Spiner – Data character on Star Trek Next Generation
Zeppo Marx – comedian (Marx Brothers)
Matthew Broderick – actor, jewish mother
Yehudi Menuhin – violinist
Tim Burton – director
Brian Bloom – actor
Michael Bolton – singer
Art Garfunkel – musician
Bruce Springsteen – singer/songwriter (Dutch/Jewish)
Beatrice Arthur – actress (Dorothy, Golden Girls)
Hillel Slovak – late guitarist for Red Hot Chili Peppers
Victor Borge (Borge Rosenbaum) – pianist and humorist
Joey Slotnick – actor/single guy
Joe T Turri – Famous NY house music producer
Harry Reems- porn actor
Cindy Margolis- model
Fyvush Finkel – actor, entertainer – Picket Fences
Jennifer Grey – actress (Baby, Dirty Dancing)
Justine Bateman – actress
Clio Goldsmith – actress
Totie Fields – comedienne
Bernie Bernstein – musician, Punk Band, ‘Hector’
Matityahu Glazerson – author of Mystical Books/Composer
Marat Galperin – athlete, entertainer
Wolf Blitzer – CNN journalist
Peter Lorre – nee Ladislav Loewenstein, actor
Ben Stiller – actor, director
Craig T. Nelson – actor-coach
Yaasha Heifitz – violinist
Robby Benson Robert Segal-actor/director
Giora Fiedman – musician
Richard Kaufman (Ricky The K) – disc jockey
Brody Stevens – comedian and cable access TV host in Seattle
Judd Nelson – actor, Suddenly Susan, The Breakfast Club
Tina Louise – actress (Gilligan’s ‘Ginger’ – origin of the Hebrew word ‘Jinji’)
Larry David – writer, producer
Keith Moon – The Who
James Spader – actor
Elsa Morante – Italian author
Barbara Walters – US television broadcaster
Irwin Chusid- writer, record producer, radio personality and Bon Vivant
Donna Karan – designer
Lawrence Harvey – born Skikne – actor
Judy Kuhn – Broadway actress (Voice of Pocahontes)
Danielle Harris – actress
Sara Gilbert – actress – Roseanne
Patricia Wettig – actress – Thirty Something
Leah Remini – actress , sitcom Fired Up
Ricki Lake – talk show hostess
Steven Spielberg – producer, director
John Garfield – actor
Melanie Mayron – actress Thirty Something
Pinchas Zuckerman – violinist
Garson Gershon Kanin – actor
Cloris Leachman – actress
Franz Kafka – author
Francesca Neville – Shakespearean actress
Arnold Schoenberg – composer
Daniel Jonah Goldhagen – author
Gary Schandling – comedian
Mark Reizen – singer
Mike Ogulnick – one on one sports radio network anchor
Burt Ward – actor, Robin from Batman
Audrey Landers – actress
Estelle Getty – Actress (Sophia, Golden Girls)
Matthew Kuchta – pathetic porn monster
Harlan Ellison – science fiction writer
Morley Safer – television journalist ( Minutes)
Jack Carter – comedy
Bill Graham – late rock promoter
Howie Morris – comedian (Your Show of Shows)
Audrey Hepburn – actress
Sophie Tucker Abuza – performer
Pee Wee Herman (Paul Rubens) – pervert that made kid’s shows
Paul Auster – author and poet
Steven P. Greenberg – songwriter (Funkytown)
Paul Michael Glazer – actor, director Starsky and Hutch
Country Joe McDonald – singer (mother)
Robert Downey Jr. – actor
Jeffrey Archer – author
Neil Simon – Broadway playwright
Jonathan Mostow – screenwriter and movie director
David Harari- film maker
Peggy Lipton – Mod Squad Actress From Lawrence N Y
Debra Winger – actress
Buddy Hackett – actor, comedian
Neil Sedaka – singer
Al Cohn – saxophone player now deceased
George Segal – actor
Arlo Guthrie – Woody Guthrie’s son, mother Marjorie was Jewish
Richard Rogers – composer
Carolyn Summerlin – comic, concert pianist
Amy Brenneman – actress
Judd Hirsh – actor Taxi
Philip Roth – author
Jerry Orbach – Briscoe on Law and Order
Alan Alda – actor
Al Kooper – Founder, Blood Sweat and Tears
Rodd Keith – (real name:Rod Eskelin) song-poem auteur
Matt Fraiberg – owner Guardian Alarm
Chico Marx – comedian (Marx Brothers)
Sarah Jessica Parker – actress
Chaim Potok – author
David Broza – Israeli singer/songwriter
Jennifer Aniston – actress
Mr. Rogers – actor… plays with little kids
Are Thue-Jones – founder of Jew-Tang
Camille Pisarro – artist
Kathy Levine – QVC hostess
Jessica Savitch – NBC News’ former Golden Girl
Peter Mark Richman – actor, writer, artist
Adam Arkin – actor Chicago Hope
Marilyn Michaels – impressionist
Alan Menken — composer
George Jessel – Toastmaster General
Dani Behr – S.African/British presenter (Giggs’ girl)
Yasha Heifetz – violinist
Lorne Greene – actor
Pamela Anderson – Playboy, Baywatch (born Joan Goldstein)
Gustav Mahler – composer
Phoebe Cates – actress, Fast Times at Ridgemont High (Real last name: Katz)
Judy Blume – Children’s author
Bronco Billy Anderson – silent film cowboy
Richard Benjamin – actor and director
Charles Bronson – actor
Joey Bishop – comic
MCA (Adam Yauch)- rap musician, Beastie Boys
Josef Schmidt, Rosa Raisa, Leonard Warren – opera singers
Norm Crosby- stand up comic
James Caan – actor, Rollerball etc.
Emma Samms – actress on Dynasty
Louise Wener – front woman Britpop band Sleeper
Omri Katz – actor
Richard Lewis – comedian
Adam Sandler- actor
Michael Fishman – actor – Roseanne
Barbara Amiel – writer
Walter Mathau – actor and comedian
Norman Greenbaum – ‘Spirit in the Sky’ musician
Joanna Going – actress
Otto Klemperer – orchestra conductor
Randy West – pathetic porn hustler
Ralph Lauren – fashion designer
Paul Mazursky – director
Ed Asner – actor
Mark Knopfler – Dire Straits lead vocal and guitarist
Richartd Belzer-actor/comedian
Eddie Cantor – singer, actor
Max Weinberg – drummer, Bruce Springstein, Conan O’brien
Mike Nichols – director ( The Graduate, Catch , The Birdcage )
Patrick Bruel – French singer
Yaakov Agam – modern painter/sculptor
Rowan Atkinson – comedian (Mr. Bean, Voice of Zazu in Lion King)
Salim Hallali – singer – Morocco
Benny Goodman – musician
Danny Jacobson – writer/producer
Jean Jacques Goldman – french musician, singer
Adam Duritz – schizophrenic lead singer of Counting Crows
Paul Cohen – Quebecer guitarist
Joan Lunden – real last name Blunden
Saul Rubinek – actor
Michael Wolf – musician
Marty Feldman – actor, comedian
Dave Ehrman – actor
Adrian Kaplan – South African actor
Maurice Schwartz – Yiddish theater actor
Corey Feldman – actor
Milton Berle – comedian
Madeline Kahn – actress (Clue, Nixon)
Matthew Bratter – musician, Daisy’s Red Gravy Train
Donna Karan – designer
Justine Frischman – frontwoman Britpop band Elastica
Sally Field – actress
Arthur Fiedler – former Boston Pops Conductor
Laurence Tolhurst – original drummer of The Cure
Brett Sommers – The Match Game
Stanley Kubrick – movie director (clockwork orange,the Shining…)
Richard Tucker – opera singer
Buddy Rich – drummer
Richard Simmons- Live-it, health guru
Aaron Copland – composer of Appalachin Spring and other great classical music
George Solti – conductor (Chicago Symphony)
Maury Yeston- musical composer of shows like Nine, Phantom and Titanic
Irving Layton – Canadian poet
Gary Lewis – Rock Singer ( Jerry’s Son )
Ernst Lubitsch- Polish film director of To Be Or Not to Be
Don Adams – actor, Maxwell Smart
Oscar Levant – pianist
Arturo Jimenez – Columbian Real Estate thief
Jan Peerce (Pinchus Perlmutter) – opera singer
Mike Gordan – bass for Phish
Joe Elliot – Def Leppard lead singer
Ken Olin – actor Thirty Something
David Horowitz – writer, political commentator
Phil Glasser- actor- An American Tail (Fievel)
Debbie Gibson – singer
Wallace Shawn – actor (Princess Bride, Toy Story, Clueless)
Moshe Weinberg – (Vainberg) Russian composer
Simone Signoret – French actress (‘Diabolique’)
Clea Lewis – actress Audrey on Ellen
Saul Zaentz – producer ( One flew over…, Amadeus, The English Patient )
Rachel Rosenthal – Los Angeles-based performace artist
Richard Belzer – comedy
Will Self – British writer
Roger Hannin – French actor
Fritz Lang – director of Metropolis and The Vampire of Dusseldorf
Dr. Laura Schlesinger – radio host and author
Rena Sofer – actress
David ‘Dudu’ Fisher – Israeli Singer and Cantor
Vic Tayback – actor on Alice
Daniel Day Lewis – British actor (Jewish mother)
Graham Gouldman – member of cc’s pop songwriter
Dina Meyer – actress appears in film ‘Dragonheart’
Abe Vigoda – Fish from Barney Miller
Felix Mendelssohn – composer
Marcel Proust – writer
Mark Volman co-founder of the Turtles
Yul Brynner – Jewish screen actor
Arye Gross – actor
Michael Gelman – producer of Regis and Kathie Lee
Rain Pryor – actress daughter of Richard, mom Jewish
Howard Kaylan – co-founder of the turtles
David Cronenberg – Canadian director/writer (The Fly)
David Birney – actor-St. Elswhere
Randy Spelling – actor son of Aaron Spelling and brother of Tori Spelling
Kim Zimmer – actresss/guiding light
Carl Reiner – comedian
Mike Bloomfield – Blues guitarist
Lee Grant – actress/director
Sam Wolff – Mayor Elect/Atlanta (Rabbi Cheamcheese)
Alicia Markova – Ballet dancer (nee Alice Marks).
S. J. Perelman – writer – screenplays for Marx’ Comedies: Monkey Business; Horse Feathers, etc
Yuri Rasovsky – radio dramatist of the s and s.
Edward G. Robinson – actor (real name Emmanuel Goldenberg)
Anouk Aimee – French actress (‘A Man and a Woman’)
Enrico Macias – singer/musician Algerian-French jew
Melissa Rosenberg – Joan Rivers’ daughter/Host E! Entertaiment
Jennifer Jason Leigh – actress, Daughter of Vic Morrow
Joely Fisher – actress/Ellen. Half-sister of Carrie.
Mitul Patel – Jewish/Indian actor
Adam Yauch – musician (Beastie Boys)
Mark Bomer – jew activist and historian (distorter of history)
Pincas Zuckerman – violinist and conductor
Joe Belgrade – stage and screen actor
Elliot Goldenthal – Movie Composer – Batman and Robin and others
Kent Brockman – TV anchor on The Simpsons Kenny Brockelstein
Henri Bergson – writer
Stan Getz – saxophonist
Jim Shapiro – musician, Veruca Salt
Arthur Koestler – author
Kurt Weil – composer (Three Penny Opera)
Mark Walberg – game show host (The Big Date)
Al Waxman – actor / Cagney and Lacey
Max Fleischer – animation producer (Betty Boop, Popeye, etc.)
Julius Lester – author and professor
David Halberstam – author
Kirk Douglas, nee Isadore Demsky – actor
Fritz Reiner, George Szell – conductors
Joe Besser – one of the three stooges, for a while.
Ronn Owens – San Francisco/Los Angeles talk show host
Lorraine Newman – Saturday Night Live
Aaron Freeman – Chicago radio talkshow host
Stephen Evans – writer, director, actor
Helen Hunt – (Father Jewish; Mad About You)
Albert Cohen – French language author
Josh Niehaus – musician, entertainer
Kinky Friedman – country singer and mystery author
Felix Mendelssohn – composer
Todd Suchman – Styx drummer
Laurin Sydney – Showbiz Today CNN
Michael Kinsley – columnist
Robert Merrill – opera singer
Jeff Daniels – actor
Jerry Stiller – Mr. Costanza and Ben’s dad
Helen Shapiro – British singer
Justine Frischmann – lead singer of band Elastica
David Steinberg – comedian/director
Steven Tyler – lead singer in the music group Aerosmith
Jackie Mason – comedian
Shecky Greene – comic
Harvey Korman – comedian, actor, The Carol Burnett Show
June Allyson Ella Geisman – actress
Harrison Ford – one jew parent
Alain Boublil – lyricist of Miss Saigon
Sakari Topelius – fairy-teller
Ringo Starr – Beatles drummer
Isaac Mizrachi — fashion designer
Jack Klugman – Oscar from The Odd Couple
Paul McKellar – holohoax lecturer
Fanny Brice – comedian
Doc Severenson – Tonight Show
Jessica Lundy – actress (Hope and Gloria)
Alan Wilder – keyboard player of Depeche Mode
Andrew ‘Dice’ Clay – comedian, actor. Real name is: Andrew Silverberg
Nina Rodzynek – musician
Aaron Rosand – concert violinist
Jennifer Doctorovich – theater actress in Houston, Texas
Jack Spector – disc jockey
Joanna Gleason – (daughter of Monty Hall) actress
Elliot Gould- actor, M.A.S.H.
Jon Stewart – talk show host, comedian
Pittsburgh Pete – radio actor
Jerry Bock – composer ( Fiddler On The Roof, She Loves Me plus more)
John Stossel – news anchor
Ross Martin – actor (TV’s ‘The Wild, Wild West’) real name Martin Rosenblatt
Lee Konitz – musician (jazz saxophonist)
Charles Grodin – actor, writer
Dan Futterman – actor (The Birdcage)
Michael Ovitz – Disney
Charles Orange – poet
Ben Elton – comedian and writer
Arthur Schnitzler – playwright, novelist and doctor
Leslie Stahl – Sixty Minutes
Laura Shaff – Bon Vivant, Girl About Town
Debbie Goad – writer (Answer Me!)
Haim Topol – actor (Fiddler on the Roof)
Helena Bonham-Carter – her mother is a Rothschild
Hans Rosenthal – radio/tv presenter
Don Black – lyricist of Sunset Boulevard
Laura Bertam – actress on the Disney Channel’s ‘Ready or Not’
Sid Ceasar – comic actor and writer
Jamie Lee Curtis – actress (Father is Jewish)
Robert Clary – actor (LeBeau from Hogan’s Heroes)
Steven Adler – ex drummer for Guns n Roses
Michael Tucker – actor, LA Law etc.
Arlene Dahl – actress
Linda Rondstat – singer Jewish grandparents
Suzy Mamann Greenberg – producer of Seinfeld and other NBC shows
Mick Jones – musician from the Clash/B.A.D. – mother Jewish
Rick London – cartoonist, London’s Times Cartoon
Sid Caesar – comedian
Steve Guttenberg – actor
Jay Diamond – radio talk show host (used to be on WABC)
Lorenzo Lamas – actor ( Jewish Mom )
Bruno Schulz – writer
Adam Faith – British singer
Christopher Lambert – actor (father)
Jackie Kallen – manager of James Toney
Barbara Hershey (Herzstein)- actress
Sasha Mitchell – actor (Step by Step, Kickboxer )
Sam Levinson – humorist/TV panelist
Ann B. Davis – actress (Alice in The Brady Bunch)
Paula Zahn – broadcast journalist cbs
Ramblin’ Jack Elliot – folk singer/guitar player
Wendy Mallick – actress ( mostly sitcoms)
Carnie Wilson – former singer (wilson phillips), former talk show host, and daughter of beach boy Brian Wilson (mother Marilyn Rovell is Jewish)
Arnold Stang – film actor
Chevy Chase – actor, comedian
Carly Simon – singer
Jackie Mason – comedian
Martin and Charlie Sheen – actors
Ken Berry – actor, Mayberry R.F.D., F Troop
Rob Reiner – comedian and movie director
Totie Fields – comedienne
Steve Levy – (ESPN-Sportscenter)
Richard Salwitz – aka Magic Dick, Musician J Geils Band
Milton Berle – comedian
Chuck Barris – creator of The Dating Game
Ian Ziering – actor
Gene Barry – actor, Bat Masterson
Adam Rich – Eight Is Enough
Jane Kaczmarek – actress
Linda (Epstein) Eastman – Paul Macartney’s wife
Rona Barret ( Bernstein ) – gossip reporter
Paul Shaffer – musician – Letterman show
Red Aaron Buttons – comic
Ivan Reitman – Canadian director – Meatballs
Tori Spelling – Donna in Beverly Hills
Shelley Berman – comedian
Yves Montand – real name Ivo Livi, french singer
Florence Henderson – Brady Bunch, singer
Lyle Waggoner – comedian The Carol Burnett Show
Allen Funt – host of ‘Candid Camera’
Woody Strode – black man from spartacus
Jeff Chandler – 50’s actor, singer
Tony Kushner- playwright (Angels in America)
Stephanie Powers – actress
Samy Elmaghribi – singer – Morocco
Art Buchwald – author and columnist
Jonathan Brandis – actor
William Goldman – screenwriter (The Princess Bride)
Walter Lippman – journalist/ founded the New Republic
Josef Szigeti – violinist
Rob Cohen – director
David Helfgott – Australian pianist
Jerry Seinfeld – comedian, tv star
Haim Topol – actor
Dani from Cradle Of Filth – (Mother is Ethiopian,Father is Jewish)
Andrew Mark Berman – actor that was on The Wonder Years and other shows
Lawrence Harvey – actor
Michael Berrin – M.C. Search formally of 3rd Bass
Arlene Sorkin – Caliope Jones on Days Of Our Lives
Gene Wilder – actor, Silver Streak, Gilda Radner’s husband
David Schwimmer – actor (Ross on ‘Friends’)
King Diamond – american singer (Mercyful Fate)
Herschel Savage – pathetic porn actor
Julie Kanver- voice of Marge Simpson
Jenna Jameson – porn slut/mother Teresa wife of SQS
Shelley Winters Shirley Schrift – actress
Tony Randall – (Leonard Rosenberg – real name)
Jerry Orbach – actor
Sylvia Sydney – actress
Jay Black – Jay and The Americans
Samuel Avital – founder, Boulder Mime Theatre
Dustin Diamond – Screech from Saved By the Bell
Mircea Crisan (Kraus?) – Romanian entertainer
Paulette Goddard – movie actress of the past
Trevor Rabin – musician Yes
David Gahan – lead for Depeche Mode
Sydney Rome – actress
Arnold Schoenberg – composer
Josef Von Sternberg – actor/director
Robert Clary – actor (Hogan’s Heros)
Joel and Ethan Coen – producer, director, writers (Raising Arizona)
Fred Savage – actor The Wonder Years
Jackie Vernon – comedian
Liv Tyler – actress daughter of Steven Tyler
Mitzi Gaynor – actress, dancer, singer
Neriah Davis – porn slut
Mark Feuerstein – actor (comedy Fired Up)
Courtney Love – talentless punk rocker
Mickey Hart – drummer for Grateful Dead (also Mystery Box)
Bess Myerson – first jewess Miss America (pathetic)
Herschel Bernardi – actor
Moe Kauffman – Canadian jazz musician
Michele Landsberg – newspaper columnist and Jewish Womens’ activist
Tony Goldwyn – actor Ghost
Melissa Manchester – singer
Shlomo Mintz – violinist
Mark Moran – Talk Show Host
Shaun Weiss – child Actor(Heavyweights,Mighty Ducks +)
Ross Gelman – actor, comedian, adult entertainer
Vladimir Horowitz – pianist
Ron Leavitt – Married With Children creator/producer
Jason Marsden – actor
Jack Gilford – comedian/actor
Serge Koussevitzky – conductor
Dianne Weist – actress
Michel Berger – french composer and singer (tycoon)
Barry Sonnenfeld – director Get Shorty, Addams Family
Ron Rifkin – actor
Sheldon Harnick – Lyricist (Fiddler On the Roof, She Loves Me plus more)
Lee Zurik – CBS Sports anchor
Mr. G – WPIX New York weatherman
Selma Diamond – late gravelly voiced actress from Night Court
Polly Draper – actress (Thirtysomething)
Dorothy Rothschild Parker – author
Joshua Redman – saxaphonist, Jewish mom
Malcolm McLaren–manager of the Sex Pistols
Allen Garfield (Goorwitz) – actor
Zohra Lampert – actress
Peter Wolf – musician
David Susskind – producer
Dan Greenburg – author (‘How to be a Jewish Mother’)
Sheldon Leonard – late actor/producer
Michael Lembeck – actor/director
Sonny Fox – children’s TV producer/host
Stuart Pankin – former host of HBO *Not Necessarily the News
Bruno Bauer – conductor
Sherwood Schwartz – creator Of Gilligans Isle
Renee Taylor – actress (The Nanny)
Paul Muni – actor(Realname Muni Weisenfreund)
Shalom Aleichem – Yiddish writer
Emma Lazarus – poet, subversive (‘Give me your tired, your poor,..’ from the Statue of Liberty)
Jonathon Lipnicki – child actor/ Jerry Maguire
Alan Gratzer and Kevin Cronin – musician of REO Speedwagon
Doug Feiger – musician, The Knack
John Leguizamo – Colombian actor, comedian
Menahem Golan – Israeli producer, director
Phobe Levy Pember – Confederate Civil War figure portrayed as hero by jews (no surprise there)
Gregg Woodman – The Sidewinder
Jean-Luc Godard – filmmaker
Rick Moranis – actor
Kim Greist – actress Chicago Hope/Homeward Bound
Anthony Newley – singer, composer, actor
Kitty Carlisle – panelist on What’s My Line (real last name: Conn)
Claude Rains – actor (Casablanca)
David Mamet – director, writer (The Verdict, Hoffa)
Allen Ginsberg – poet
Artur Rubenstein – piano player
Andy Kaufmann – actor Taxi sitcom
Dina Sfat – Brazilian actress
William Daniels – actor St. Elswhere
Jerry Ohrbach – actor
David Milch – co-producer/writer of NYPD Blue
Bill Pullman – actor
Yaphet Kotto – actor
Adam Horowitz – musician (Beastie Boys)
Amos Elon – Israeli writer and journalist
Lisa Edelstein – actress Relativity
Boris Pasternak – Russian writer
Camryn Manheim – actress (The Practice)
Rick Rubin – record producer/Def Jam co-founder
Andy Ackerman – producer, director (Cheers, Frasier, Seinfeld)
Eddie Fisher – singer
Georges Bizet – composer of Carmen, Symphony in C
Clifford Odetts – playwright (Golden Boy)
Michael Rappaport – actor
Eugene Ormandy- conductor (purveyor of the Philadelphia sound)
Rob Schneider – actor, comedian
Roy Lichtenstein – painter
Artur Rubinstein – pianist
John Rubinstein – actor (Family; son of Artur)
Jessica Walter – actress
J.D. Salinger – author (Catcher in the Rye)
F. Murray Abraham – actor (Amadeus)
Sam Jaffe – actor (Ben Casey)
Norman Lear – All In The Family Creator, producer
Marvin Hamlisch – composer of A Chorus Line
Ed Isaiah Wynn – actor, producer, director
Peter Green – Blues guitarist, founder of Fleetwood Mac
Gummo Marx – comedian (Marx Brothers)
Marianne Faithful – singer, girlfriend of Mick Jagger
Steven Lovy – writer, director of Circuitry Man
Richard Dix – actor of the twenties and thirties
Mickey Cohen – gangster
Florenz Ziegfeld – theatrical producer
Dan Lauria – actor, Wonder Years
Richard Masur – actor
Joseph Papp – public theatre, founded non profit NYC Public Theater
Harold Prince – Broadway director (Phantom Of The Opera, Cabaret, and many more)
Benjamin Mor – Benyad from the rap group Blood of Avraham
D. Saevitz – Mazik from the rap group Blood of Avraham
Max Aranoff – violist of the Curtis String Quartet
Goldie Hawn – actress
Primo Levi – writer (holocaust faker)
Adam Goldberg – actor (TV-Relativity, Movies-Higher Learning and The Prophecy)
Shimi Tavori – Israeli singer and performer
Stephen R. Kuntz – attorney at law
Karl Haas – pianist, conductor, host of Adventures in Music
Polly Bergen – actress
Hal Linden – actor, director
Hal Lipshitz – actor
Arthur Miller – writer (Death of a Salesman)
Beverly Sills – opera singer and director
Al Jolson – singer and actor
Daniel Stern – actor
Carly Simons -singer
Fredrick Loewe – composer( Camelot, Gigi, My Fair Lady, Brigadoon)
John Rubenstein – actor
Tom Bosley – Mr. C. on Happy Days
Roberta Peters – opera singer
John Garfield – movie star
Mark Banks – South African comedian
Susan Strasberg – daughter of Lee, stage and screen actress
Betty Friedan – author/ feminist
Stanley Drucker – clarinet player, NY Philharmonic Orchestra
Deborah Raffin – actress
Kevin Pollack – actor
Theda Bara – silent actress, original ‘vamp’
Natalio Finkelstein – violinist in tango orchestras – Argentina
Norman Corwin – writer, producer, director of American radio drama
Alan Rachins – LA Law
Fania Fenelon — singer, author, holocaust faker; *Playing for Time* is her autobiography
Lee Strassberg – actor
Larry Storch – F Troop actor
Jeannie Becker – Fashion Television
Phil Silvers – Sgt. Bilko
Kenny G – musician(sax)
Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskin – musicians from Bauhaus, British goth band
Billy Wilder – director (Sunset Boulevard- the movie)
Josh Niehaus – musician/entertainer
Pierre Monteux – orchestral conductor
Mel Tilles – Country and Western singer
Rita Rudner – comedian
Faye Kellerman – author,wife of Jonathan
Herb Edelman – police chief on ‘Murder She Wrote’
Chip Zien – Broadway actor (Falsettos, Into The Woods)
Leonard Bernstein – composer, conductor
Bruce Adler – singer, dancer, comedian
Yascha Heifetz – violinist
Peter Falk – actor (TV’s ‘Columbo’)
Robert ‘Mutt’ Lange – owner Flood/Mute records (Depeche Mode)
Martin Gore – songwriter (Depeche Mode)
Stacy Earl – singer
Josh Meisels – marathon runner
Maeve Kinkead – actress Guiding Light
Jule Styne – composer of Gypsy
Yarema Hutsaliuk – American/French writer
Louie Nye (Neistat) – comedian
David Mamet- playwright
Abigail Van Buren – Dear Abby advice columnist
Ralph Bakshi – cartoon director (Fritz the Cat, Cool World)
Lindsey Crouse – actress (Daniel)
Judy Cavitez – actress
Greg Hetson – guitarist for Bad Religion and the Circle Jerks
Jerome Kern – composer of Show Boat
Matt Groening – creator of the Simpsons
Ben Savage – actor
Robert Lansing – actor
Claude – Michel Schonberg – composer of Les Mis
Sidney Lumet – film director
Denise Katrina Smith (aka Vanity) – actress, performer mother is jewish
Mark Rothko – abstract expressionist painter
Jane Wiedland – member of the Go-Gos.
Al Cooper – musician
Roxanne Hart – actress Chicago Hope
Rod Serling – Twilight Zone creator
Ethel Merman – Ethel Zimmerman performer
Herb Alpert – musician (Russian Jewish)
Abe Vigoda – Fish on Barney Miller
Sue Mengers – agent
David Brenner – comedian
Edward G. Robinson – actor
Paul Muni – actor (‘Louis Pasteur’, ‘Fugitive from a Chain Gang’)
Boris Thomashevsky – actor (Yiddish theater)
Bessy Thomashevsky – actress
Walter Mosley – writer (mother is Jewish)
Dictators – NYC punk rockers – Dick Manintoba (Richard Blum) Andy Shernoff Ross (The Boss) Friedman Scott (Top Ten) Kempner Richie Teeter
Goldy Hawn – actress, First Wives Club
Zachary Hines – son of Gregory and Jewish wife
Adam Sandler – comedian, songwriter
Erynn Hubbard – actress, comedian
Dr. Ruth – perverted sex therapist
Alexander Kipnis – opera singer
Emanuel List – opera singer
Marie Rappold – opera singer
Barbra Streisand – actress, singer
Rita Shane, Norman Mittelmann – Met opera
Jerome Kern, Frank Loesser – Broadway composers
Gregor Piatigorsky, Emanuel Feuermann – cellists
Josef Szigeti, Mischa Elman – violinists
Thomas Shlamme – director
Franz Kafka – novelist
Joel Grey – actor
Georgia Brown – actress
Judy Holliday – actress
Nora Ephron – writer, director
Morris Carnovsky – actor
Goddard Lieberson – President of Columbia Records
Adolph Green – lyricist
Bonnie Franklin – actress
Moira Shearer – actress now deceased
Chaim Topol — singer and actor
Robbie Kreieger – Doors guitarist
Bruce ‘Cousin Brucie’ Morrow – NYC disc jockey
Richard Hell – punk rocker – Television Heartbreakers Voidoids
Jonathan Silverman – actor
Mike Diamond – (Mike D.) band member of Beastie Boys
Adam yauch – (MCA) band member of Beastie Boys
Adam Horowitz – (Adrock) band member of Beastie Boys
Amos Oz – Israeli writer
Silvio Santos – Brazilian humorist
Leo Genn – British actor (Quo Vadis)
Duncan Renaldo – Tv’s Cisco Kid (born in Romania)
Efrem Zimbalist Sr. – violinist
Ricardo Cortez – film actor (born Jacob Krantz)
Francesca Annis – British actress
Douglas Fairbanks Sr. – silent actor (real name Ulman)
Stuart Whitman – film actor
Larry Gelbart – Mash producer
Jack Benny – comedian
Alan Klein – briefly manager of both The Beatles and The Stones
Joel Siegel – film critic ABC
Bernard Kalb – CNN Host of ‘Reliable Sources’
Hart Bochner – actor, director
Armin Shimerman – ‘Quark’ on Deep Space Nine
Jonathan Larson – composer of the musical RENT
Gary David Goldberg – producer
Shalom Harlow – model
Frank Hope – From Oddville he is the host on the show
Joseph Brodsky – author
Natasha Lyonne – jewish actress
Claire Bloom – actress
Sydney Pollack – director, producer
Katrina Neville – soprano, Penn State Opera Theatre
Patricia Richardson – actress, Home Improvement
Henry Jaglom – director of off-beat films
Amy Heckerling – director, writer (Fast Times at Ridgemont High)
Arthur Rubinstein – pianist
Sarah Berhardt – French actress
Jason Bateman – actor
Isaac Babel – writer
Nathanael West (Nathan Weinstein) – writer Miss Lonelyhearts; The Day of the Locust
Shari Lewis – children’s entertainer
All the members of The J.Geils Band except for J.Geils
Lisa Loeb – singer with band Nine Stories
David Schwimmer – actor in Friends
Jessica Hecht – actress Single Guy
Bert Bachrach – American composer
Aaron Abel – singer
Serge Gainsbourg – French composer and singer
Larisa Oleynik – Secret World of Alex Mack
Gertrude Berg – actress (TV’s ‘The Goldbergs’)
Oscar Hammerstein – deceased composer of Broadway musicals
Gene Siskel – film critic (Siskel and Ebert)
Arthur Hiller – director of Love Story
David Notowitz – film producer, writer, editor
Paul Kossoff – guitarist English group Free
Barbara Bach – Ringo’s wife Jewish father
Syl Sylvain – member of New York Dolls
Shmuel Yosef Agnon – writer
Judy Landers – actress
Linda Lavin – TV show Alice
Ophelie Winter – French actress, singer
Alan Arkin – actor Father of Adam
Elmer Bernstein – musician (composer/conductor)
Daniel Benzali – actor (The Series: Murder One)
Jill Clayburgh – actress (An Unmarried Woman, Silver Streak)
Brett ‘Da Hit Man’ Moses – proprietor of Atlanta’s Tattletales
Rod Steiger – actor
Wendy Liebman – commedienne
Estelle Harris – Yiddish actress plays George’s Mom on Seinfeld
Larry Floyd Matthews – Country singer, accordianist
Norm Crosby – comedian
Beck – musician
Lena Brenner – story teller
Bill Dana – comedian
Al Levine – WBLI/NY DJ
Manfred Mann – musician
The King Ad Rock (Adam Horovitz) – rap musician, Beastie Boys
Harry James – band leader (husband of Betty Grable)
Dave Katz – lead singer of Ekoositk Hookah
Tristan Tzara ( real name Sami Rosenstein ) – French poet, begginer of the Dadaist Movement of arts.
Al Lewis – TV Show The Munsters
Harold Pinter – English actor and playwriter; founder of the ‘Absurd Theatre’.
Kim Iglinski – Israeli model
H. Leivick – Russian poet: ‘The Golem’
Steve Lawrence – singer – real name Sidney Liebowitz
Mitt Errandestein – French actor
Michel Boujenah – famous French actor
Arthur Hiller – director (Silver Streak et. al. )
Louise Lasser – actress Mary Hartman
Eric Johnson – solo artist (guitarist)
Gabriel Kaplan – comic Welcome Back Kotter
Henny Youngman – comedian
Malcolm Gets – actor (Richard on Caroline in the City)
Earl Pomerantz – executive producer for the Larry Sander’s Show, Major Dad, (the old) Cosby Show
Carol Connors – wrote theme song for Rocky
Alexey Sayle – comedian
Jean Claude Van Damme – martial artist, actor mother is Jewish
Susan St. James – actress
Mick Green – rock guitarist with the Pirates (was Johnny Kidd and the Pirates)
Greg Wise – actor
Max Miller – English music hall comedian
Bud Flanagan – English music hall actor
Ruby Wax – comedienne
Gustav Mahler – composer
Mendel Feibush – Yiddish character actor
Jack Rosenthal – playwrite
Horst Buchholst – actor
Maureen Lipman – comic actress
Brian Epstein – Beatles manager
Harry Rabinowitz – conductor
Alfie Bass – comic actor
Warren Mitchell – actor
Frankie Vaughan – singer
Anthony Sher – actor
Bob Monkhouse – comedian
Leslie Howard – actor
Leslie Gore – singer
Ronald Harwood – born in South Africa as Horwitz (playwright)
Harry James – band leader
Melvyn Douglas – actor
David Helfcott – classical pianist
Artie Shaw – band leader
Bob Hoskins – actor
Alma Cogan – singer
Taylor Dayne – singer
Donald Weilerstein – violinist of Cleveland String Quartert
Norman Corwin – American radio dramatist
Viola Spolins – inventor of theater games
Paul Sills – founding director of Second City
Bernie Sahlins – founding producer of Second City
Wayne and Shuster – comedians
Ritz Brothers – comedians
Tony Martin – singer
Marty Balin – singer, Jefferson Airplane (father)
Gwyneth Paltrow – actress (Emma,Seven)(father is Jewish)
Marlee Matlin – Deaf actress – Picket Fences
Saul Bellow – novelist
Janet Leigh – movie Star (Psycho, Bye Bye Birdie), mother of Jamie Lee Curtis
Sarah Bernhardt – actress
Robbie Robertson – singer, The Band (father)
Vic Morrow – actor
Calvin Trillin – writer
Grace Lee Whitney – actress who portrayed Yeoman Rand on ‘Star Trek’
Nichols and May – comedians
Smith and Dale – comedians
Rachel Lipman – tv writer (‘Rugrats’, ‘Hey Arnold’,…)
Rob Morrow – actor
Peter Bogdanovich – director
Alan Rosenberg – actor in LA Law and Cybill
Claude Lelouch – French film director
Bert Lahr – comedian
Freddie Prinze – comedian (mother)
Carl Reiner – comedian
Laura Nyro – singer
Molly Picon – actress
Eugene Levy – actor
Fred Levine – psychologist
Mary Livingstone – comedian
Mel Blanc – cartoon voice
Helen Reddy – singer
Anne Revere – actress
Lilli Palmer – actress
John Forsythe (John Freund) – actor
Bob Saget – comedian, host of America’s Funniest Home Videos
Kate Capshaw – actress
Joan Micklin Silver – director, writer (Hester Street, Crossing Delancey)
Steve Goodman – singer
Michael Douglas (Kirk’s son) – actor
Sonia Benezra – french talk show host in montreal
Jason Hervey – costar of the Wonder Wears
Victor Borge – comedian
Susan Cabot – actress
Carmel Myers – actress
Leo Gorcey – actor
Billy Halop – actor
Ben Harris – Scholar Extraordinaire
Michael Krugman – author of Generation Ecch
Adam Wyle – actor – Picket Fences
Donne Pescow – Angie T V Show
Bruce Morrow (Cousin Brucie) – disc jockey
Jerome Robbins – choreographer, director
Albert Suissa – singer – Morocco
Jules Dassin – film director
Michael Stoyanov – actor Tony Ruso on the show Blossom
Murray Kaufman (Murray The K, The Fifth Beatle) – disc jockey, WINS
Aaron Spelling – famous TV producer/ daughter Tori on
Barbara Sokol – Grease
Jerzy Kosinski – Novelist
John Byrne (born Bronowski) – wanker
Tony Cowley (born Kaulish) – also a wanker
Barry Miller – Saturday Night Fever
Yaphet Kotto – Capt. G on Homicide
Chris Isaac – musician, mother is Jewish
Bob Vila – Home Improvement host
Harry Ellis Dickson – former Boston Pops Conductor
Juan Valdez – Columbian coffee guy (born John Feldenstein)
Carol Kane – actress
Joel Silver – producer ( Die Hard I,II,III etc. )
Mort Sahl – comedy
Emil Gilels – concert pianist
Jeannie Berlin – actress
Tony Parisi – of the Village People (cowboy)
Seth Polzer – shepherd from Isreal
Martin Landau – actor
Brad Ray – rap singer
Justin Miller – first male to receive breast implant (disgusting)
Paul Whiteman – early big jazz band conductor
Richard Starkey – Ringo Starr – Former Beatle
Bugsy Siegal – gangster
The Beastie Boys – rap group, all Jewish
Jonathon Wolfe – musician
Michael Buchmann Silver – actor (DA on NYPD Blue)
Israel Horowitz – playwright
Jennifer Rubin – actress Screamers
Kirka Babitzin – Finnish singer
Rachel Miner – actress Guiding Light and is also in the Anne Frank play
Pat Nash – real name-Jacob Goldberg – Israeli Singer and Cantor – Yiddish writer/actor (Three Penny Opera)
Mark Moses – actor/Single Guy
Marilyn Bergman – songwriter
Mel Torme – singer, actor, songwriter (The Christmas Song)
Maxim Gorgi – Russian writer
Jaime Alissa Yoss – gymnast, Indy car driver
Martin Mull – comedy
Leiber and Stoller – composers, producers, writers (HOUND DOG, STAND BY ME, JAILHOUSE ROCK)
Kerry King, Jeff Hanneman – guitarists for Slayer
Cass Elliot (Elizabeth cohen) – singer of the Mammas and the Papas
Bob Rivers – morning radio host
Josh Mostel – actor – son of Zero Mostel
Phyllis Newman – actress
Sandra Bernhard – comedian, actress
Carol Leiffer – commedienne,writer/Seinfeld
John Taylor – bass of Duran Duran
James L Brooks – producer
Anton LaVey – founder of The Church Of Satan (real name is Howard Levey)
Marilyn Manson – musician (Warner is real name)
Edward G Robinson – actor deceased
Tracy Pollan – actress, wife of Michael J Fox
Shlomo Mintz – concert violinist
Jonathan Kellerman – author
Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons – musicians for rock band KISS
Mike Stern – jazz guitarist
Jackie Mason – Rabbi and comedian
Jonathan Taylor Thomas – Home Improvement
Adam Arkin – actor
Leon Askin – actor, director (General Burkhalter in Hogan’s Heroes)
Paul Shaffer – CBS orchestra , Late Show
Piper Laurie Rosetta Jacobs – actress
Sidney Sheldon – author
Dyan Cannon – actress currently on Ally McBeal
George Gershwin – composer
Barry Horowitz – wrestler
Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage – wrestler
Fred Savage – young actor from Wonder Years
Maya Plisetskaya – Russian balet dancer
Missy Yager – from Anne Frank play on Broadway
Natanya Ross – actress ‘Secret World Of Alex Mack’
Meredith Bishop – actress ‘Secret World Of Alex Mack’
Marion Ross – actress ‘Brooklyn Bridge’ and ‘Happy Days’
Steve Reich – American composer of minimalist music
Alana Ubach – actress ‘Brady Bunch movie’ and ‘Airborne’
Philip Glass – American composer of minimalist music
Michael Tilson-Thomas – conductor classical music , grandson of Tomashefsky Yiddish actor
Andre Previn – former jazz pianist, now classical conductor
Juice Newton – Country/pop singer – Queen of Hearts (real last name Cohen)
Harold Pinter – British playwrite
Sir Gorge Solti – conductor – especially opera
Ronnie Scott – British jazz saxophonist, founder of Ronnie Scott’s Club
Daniel Barenboim – conductor and pianist
Ermione Gingold – actress – parents married by British Chief Rabbi
Warren Mitchell – British actor – especially TV
James Levine – conductor
Stephen Perkins – drummer, Jane’s Addiction
Steven Bochco – producer of NYPD Blue, L.A. Law, Hill Street Blues
Jose Lewgoy – Brazilian actor ( Kiss of the Spider Woman)
Dyan Cannon Samille Diane Friesen – actress
Sally Jesse Rapheal – talk show host
Michael Nyman – composer – wrote music for film ‘The Piano’
Jeremy Isaacs – was director Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
Peter Schaffer – British playwright
Jonathan Miller – British opera director,doctor.
Arnold Wesker – British playwright
Arhur Miller – playwright – once married to Marilyn Monroe
Michael Roll – British pianist
Robert Rietti – British actor
Bernard Levin – British writer, newspaper columnist
Chaim Bermant – British writer, newspaper columnist
Kyra Sedgwick – actress Phenom, Miss Rose White (mother is Jewish)
John Steinbeck – author (i.e. Flight) of the the Century from Salinas, California.
Richard Kind – actor (Mad About You, Spin City)
Leslie Nielsen – actor (Airplane, Mr. Magoo)
Robert Crumb – s/s cultural cartoonist
Liz Sheridan – actress (plays Jerry’s mom on Seinfeld)
Buck Henry – comedian, writer, co-creator of Get Smart
Lee Strasberg – acting teacher
Harold Clurman – co-founder of Group Theater with Lee Strasburg
Lynn Samuels – radio talk show host, WABC radio
Sam Levene – stage and screen actor
Michael Tilson Thomas – conductor, grandfather was famed Yiddish actor Boris Tomashevski
Michael Gross – actor (Family ties)
Rod Steiger – actor
Maurice Sklar – violinist, plays for Benny Hinn
Red Skelton – comedian and former T.V. variety show host
Larry Kramer – AIDS activist, playwright (The Normal Heart, The Destiny of Me)
Scarlett Levine – Huggies commercial actress
Brian Epstein – manager of The Beatles
Harry Shearer – cartoon voices on Simpsons, comedian
Shawn Michaels – wrestler
Sally Kellerman – actress Mash
Richard Marx – singer, musician
Alex Bendersky – Russian-jewish poet
Caroline Schreiber – singer and actress
Daniel Wayne Matthews – Interstate Commerce Commissioner
Jeffrey Katzenberg – producer ( Dreamworks )
William Finn – composer (Falsettos)
Aaran Tan – lead singer and guitarist for rock band Phoenix
Aaron Bharatan – ex-Metallica guitarist and former guitarist for Phoenix
Jon Cryer – actor, Pretty in Pink, The Famous Teddy Z
Richard Dreyfuss – JAWS Actor
Lee Cobb – actor
Phil Spector – Record Producer, inventor of The Wall of Sound famous for drugging and raping a 15 yr old girl
Melissa Manchester – singer, songwriter, actress
Leo Rosten – author Joys of Yiddish
Joshua Bell – concert violinist
Bruce Kulick – guitarist from KISS
Elsa Zylberstein – French actress (played in Mina Tannenbaum)
Anita Diamant – author
Leonid Kogan – world class violinist
Peter Strauss – actor (‘Rich Man, Poor Man’)
Rebecca Goldstein – author Mazel
Jackie Zeman – actress General Hospital
Jascha Brodsky – first violinist of the Curtis String Quartet
Jim Rome – sports talk show host
Michael Zaslow – Roger Thorpe on The Guiding Light
Jim Bleyer – writer
Michelle Tractenberg – actress in the movie Harriet The Spy
Kari Wuhrer-Salin – MTV hostess, B movie actress
Johnny Rivers – musician
Cy Coleman – Composer (Sweet Charity, City Of Angels)
Cindy Margolis – model
Shalom Secunda – composer wrote by Meir Bist Du Shane
Assaf Bernstein – Israeli filmmaker
Amadeo Modigliani – artist
Delmore Schwartz – poet (the Cent)
Richard Kline – actor (Three’s Company)
Eli Wallach – actor (The Magnificent Seven)
Danielle Fishel – actress
Jamie Luner – actress, Savannah
Chris Brunecz – comedian (King of Late Night)
Rick Moranis – actor
Harold Robbins – nee Rubin – author
Chaim Soutine – Fauvist painter; friend of Modigliani
Bud Abbott – half of Abbott & Costello (jewish mother)
Morey Amsterdam – comedian, actor
Dave Attell – comedian
Ike Barenholtz – comedian, cast member MADtv
Lewis Black – comedian
Myron Cohen – comedian
David Cross – comedian, actor
Al Franken – comedian, activist
Elon Gold – comedian, actor
Mickey Katz – comedian
Robert Klein – comedian
Tom Lehrer – satirist, musician
Marc Maron – comedian, radio host
Robert Schimmel – comedian
Al Shean – comedian, actor
Rich Vos – comic
Jacob Pavlovitch Adler – actor
Stella Adler – acting teacher, actress
Joseph Chaikin & Peter Feldman – founders of Open Theatre
Anna Held – stage performer
George S. Kaufman – producer, director, theater owner/operator
Larry Kert – actor, singer
Michael Kidd – director, producer
James Lapine – director, librettist
Judith Light – actress
Lucille Lortel – Off Broadway Producer – Lucille Lortel Theater named for her
Joshua Malina – actor
Joshua Martin – actor
Sanford Meisner – founder of Neighborhood Playhouse
Idina Menzel – actress, singer, songwriter
David Merrick – producer, director
Mitch Miller – producer
Minskoff family – producers, theater owners
Alla Nazimova – actress
Nederlander family – producers, theater owners
Max Reinhardt – director
Elmer Rice – director, producer
Billy Rose – director, producer, theater operator
Morrie Riskind – director
Rebecca Schull – actress
Shubert family – producers, theater owners
Anna Sokolow – director
Julie Taymor – director
Barry Weissler – producer
Fran Weissler – producer
Louis Wolheim – actor
Harris Yulin – actor
Adam Glasser – founder of Seymore Inc, produer of Seymore Butts videos, pathetic porn pusher
Al Goldstein – publisher of Screw, pathetic porn pusher
Steven Hirsch – founder and co-chairman of Vivid Entertainment, porn pusher
Reuben Sturman – adult magazine publisher, porn pusher
Martha Stewart – TV personality
Eli Roth – Director
Lyor Cohen – former Def Jam, Time warner Music Group CEO
Rick Rubin – Def Jam co-founder, with Russell Simmons
Jerry Heller – former N.W.A. manager, co-founder Ruthless Records with Eazy-E (Eric Wright)
Aaron Russo – Director
Matt Lauer – T.V. Radio personality
Robert Cohen – Health Foodist, anti-dairy campaigner.
Bobby Fischer – Chess Player
– See more at:
Warren Buffet – crypto-jew Berkshire Hathaway John Gandel – Northgan Gandel Group Solomon Lew Frank Lowy – The Westfield Group Harry Triguboff – Meriton Apartments Elie Horn – owner/founder Cyrela Brazil Realty SA Joseph Safra – Safra Group Moises Safra – Safra Group Dorothea Steinbruch – widow of Mendel Steinbruch, co-founder of Vicunha Group, owner Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (steel company) David Azrieli – founder Canpro Investments Charles Bronfman – co-chairman Seagram Co. Daryl Katz- founder/chairman Katz Group of Companies Bernard Sherman – founder/chairman Apotex Group Alexander Shnaider – co-founder Midland Group Jeffrey Skoll – co-founder Ebay Sir Michael Kadoorie – owner/founder CLP Holdings Ltd Serge Dassault – Dassault Group Alain & Gerard Wertheimer – owners Chanel Andy von Bechtolsheim – co-founder Sun Microsystems Shari Arison – co-owner Carnival Cruise Ami/Michael Federmann – Federmann Enterprises Morris Kahn – co-founder Amdocs Lev Leviev – owner Africa-Israeli Investments Alexander Mashkevich – co-owner Aflgeron Management Arnon Milchan – New Regency Productions Sammy Ofer – Ofer Brothers Group Benny Steinmetz – Steinmetz Diamond Group Yitzhak Tshuva – Delek Group Stef Wertheimer – founder Iscar Lily Safra – born Lily Watkins married into jewish money, husbands die of odd circumstances Alexander Abramov – Evraz Holdings, steel production Roman Abramovich – Sibneft Peter Aven – co-founder Alfa Bank Boris Berezovsky – a.k.a. Platon Elenin former deputy secretary of Russia security council, robber baron Mikhail Fridman – Alfa Group Vyacheslav Kantor – Akron German Khan – executive director Alfa Group Lev Kvetnoi Leonid Mikhelson – founder/chairman Novatek Victor Vekselberg – TNK-BP Nicky Oppenheimer – De Beers Isak Andic – founder Mango Marcuise Alicia Koplowitz – Omega Capital Marcuise Esther Koplowitz – Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas Gennadiy Bogolyubov – Privat Group Igor Kolomoysky – Dnipropetrovs’k Group Victor Pinchuk – founder Interpipe Group Clive Calder – founder Zomba Music Group Richard Desmond – publisher Daily Express Lloyd Dorfman – founder Travelers Group Bernie Ecclestone – president/CEO Formula One Management Laurence Graff – Graff Diamonds Sir Philip Green – British Home Stores Albert Gubay – founder Kwik Safe Nasser Khalili – art dealer Joseph Lewis – founder/investor Tavistock Group Baron David Sainsbury – J Sainsbury David & Simon Reuben – joint Chief Executives of Reuben Brothers Eduard Shifrin – Midland Group Daniel Abraham – Slim-Fast Sheldon Adelson – Las Vegas Sands Philip Anschutz – founder/chairman The Anschutz Corporation Edmund Ansin – president Sunbeam Television Corp Micky Arison – CEO/owner Carnival Cruise Lines Steven Ballmer – CEO Microsoft Ronald Baron – founder Baron Capitol Management Marc Benioff – chairman/CEO of Carl Berg – owner Berg & Berg Nicolas Berggruen – founder Berggruen Holdings Leon Black – partner Apollo Management Arthur Blank – co-founder/co-owner Home Depot Leonard Blavatnik – shareholder TNT-BP Saul and Access/Renova Michael Bloomberg – NY city mayor, founder Bloomberg L.P. Neil Bluhm – owner JMG Realty David Bonderman – founder GP principal, TPG Group Norman Braman – former owner Philadelphia Eagles Charles Brandes -founder Brandes Investment Partners Donald Bren – chairman Irvine Company Sergey Brin – co-founder/co-owner Google Eli Broad – shareholder American International Group Edgar Bronfman, Sr – Seagram Co. Ronald Burkle – founder Yucaipa Cos. Alan Casden – partner Blackacre Capital Management Leon Charney – lawyer Steven Cohen – founder/chairman SAC Capital Partners Leon Cooperman – founder/CEO/chairman Omega Advisors Lester Crown – shareholder General Dynamics Mark Cuban – founder, Dallas Mavericks Michael Dell – founder Dell Computers Barry Diller – founder CEO IAC Stanley Druckenmiller – founder Duquesne Capital Glenn Dubin – co-founder Highbridge Capital Management Larry Ellison – CEO Oracle Communication Israel Englander – Millennium Partners Doris Fisher – co-founder The Gap John Fisher – main shareholder The Gap Kenneth Fisher – founder/chairman/CEO Fisher Investments Robert Fisher – chairman The Gap Thomas Friedkin – Gulf States Toyota Robert Friedland – Ivanhoe Mines Phillip Frost – chairman Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. David Geffen – co-founder/co-owner Dream Works SKG Malcolm Glazer – First Allied Corporation Alec Gores – leveraged buyouts of technology firms Tom Gores – Platinum Equity David Gottesman – founder/partner First Manhattan Jeffrey Greene – real estate William Gross – manager Pacific Investments Management Joshua Harris – partner Apollo Management Carl Icahn – 2.9% of Time Warner, financier, corporate raider, private equity investor Michael Ilitch – founder/owner Little Caesar’s Pizza Jim Irsay – owner Indianapolis Colts Irwin Jacobs – co-founder/main shareholder Qualcomm Jeremy Jacobs, Sr – owner Deleware North Companies George Kaiser – owner Kaiser-Fransis Oil Sidney Kimmel – founder Jones Apparel Group, Nine West shoe stores Alexander Knaster – CEO Pampona Capital Management Charles Koch – CEO/chairman Koch Industries David Koch – co-owner Koch Industries William Koch – The Oxbow Group Bruce Kovner – founder Caxton Associates Robert Kraft – chairman Kraft Group Michael Krasny – founder/owner CDW Computer Henry Kravis – co-founder/co-owner Kohelberg, Kravis, Roberts & Company Edward Lampert – CEO/chairman EPS Investments Marc Lasry – founder/partner Avenue Capital Group Leonard Lauder – co-owner/CEO Estee Lauder Companies Ronald Lauder – co-owner Estee Lauder Companies Ralph Lauren – founder/chairman Polo Ralph Lauren Thomas Lee – founder Thomas H. Lee Partners Richard LeFrak – president LeFrak Organisation Nancy Lerner – main shareholder MBNA Financial Norma Lerner – main shareholder MBNA Financial Randolph Lerner – main shareholder MBNA Financial Theodore Lerner – principal Lerner Enterprises Peter Lewis – chairman Progressive Insurance Companies George Lindemann – Palm Beach Investments Jeffrey Lurie – owner (1994) Philadelphia Eagles Stephen Mandel, Jr – founder Lone Pine Capital Alfred Mann – owner Mankind Corporation Joe Mansueto – founder/CEO Morningstar Inc Bernard Marcus – co-founder/co-owner Home Depot Gary Michelson – spinal surgeon Michael Milken – Drexel Burnham Lambert Paul Milstein – partner Milstein Properties John Morgridge – chairman/CEO Cisco Systems Michael Moritz – Sequoia Capital Donald Newhouse – Advanced Publications Samuel Newhouse, Jr – Advanced Publications Daniel Och – Och-Ziff Capital Management Larry Page – co-founder/co-owner Google John Paulson – president Paulson & Co. Nelson Peltz – Triarc Companies Ronald Perelman – Revlon Isaac Perlmutter – CEO Marvel Enterprises Inc Michael Price – founder MFP Investments Anthony Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group Daniel Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group James Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group Jay Robert Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group Jean Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group John Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group Karen Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group Linda Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group Nicholas Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group Penny Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group Thomas Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group Stewart Rahr – president/CEO Kinray Corp Mitchell Rales – director (1983) owner Danaher Corporation Steven Rales – chairman (1984) Danaher Corporation Sumner Redstone – CEO/chairman Viacom Ira Rennert – Renco Group Marc Rich – commodities trader Robert Rich, Jr – main shareholder Rich Products Corp George Roberts – co-founder/co-owner Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts & Co. Stephen Ross – CEO/chairman Related Companies Alexander Rovt – fertilizer Marc Rowan – partner Apollo Management David Rubinstein – co-founder The Carlyle Group Haim Saban – Saban Capital Group Henry Samueli – co-founder/owner Broadcom Corporation Tamir Sapir – (birth name Temur Sepiahsvili) commodities, real estate Steven Schonfeld – Schonfeld Group Lynn Schusterman – Samson Investment Company Stephen Schwarzman – founder Blackstone Group Eugene Shvidler – shareholder Sibneft Thomas Siebel – founder Siebel Systems Herbert Simon – Simon Property Group James Simons – founder Renaissance Technologies Corporation Daniel Snyder – founder/owner Snyder Communications Sheldon Solow – real estate George Soros – investor John Sperling – founder Apollo Group Peter Sperling – Apollo Group Jerry Speyer – CEO Tishman Speyer Steven Spielberg – co-founder/co-owner DreamWorks SKG Leonard Stern – Hartz Mountain Henry Swieca – co-founder Highbridge Capital Management Alfred Taubman – Sotheby’s auction and shopping centers David Tepper – hedge funds, Appaloosa Management Joan Tisch – co-chairman Loews Corporation Wilma Tisch – co-chairman Loews Corporation Leslie Wexner – CEO Limited Brands Meg Whitman – CEO/president Ebay Stephen Wynn – chairman/CEO Mirage Resorts Charles Zegar – New York Bloomberg LP Sam Zell – Equity Residential Daniel Ziff – co-owner Ziff-Davis Publishing Dirk Ziff – co-owner Ziff-Davis Publishing Robert Ziff – co-owner Ziff-Davis Publishing Mark Zuckerberg- founder Facebook Mortimer Zuckerman – founder New York Daily News Rockefeller Family – Standard Oil and other oil holdings Bill Ackman – founder Pershing Square Capital Management


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