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- After doing time as an opening act for such musicians as Barry Manilow, Crystal struck out for Hollywood, in hopes of finding regular work on a TV series.
- Guest Barry Manilow said Yamin sings great but should keep remembering him about the story on the song.
- Jewish Americans are more likely to be found in the finance and media industries than others.
- Jewish Americans are more strongly opposed to the Iraq war than any other major religious group.
- Jewish Americans are the most strongly opposed to the Iraq war than any other major ethnic group, according to a recent Gallup Poll.
- Hannah Arendt is a most challenging figure for anyone wishing to understand the body of her work in political philosophy.
- Hannah Arendt was born in 1906 in Hanover, Germany, the only child of middle-class Jewish parents of Russian descent.
- Hannah Arendt was born into a family of secular Jewish Germans in the city of Linden (now part of Hanover), and grew up in K--nigsberg and Berlin.
- Hannah Arendt was born into a family of secular Jews in the city of Linden (now part of Hanover), and grew up in K--nigsberg and Berlin.
- Hannah Arendt was one of the seminal political thinkers of the twentieth century.
- Saul Bellow was a Jewish-American writer who in 1976 won the Nobel Prize for a career that included the novels Herzog (1965) and Seize the Day (1956).
- Saul Bellow is a famous novelist and offers a different perspective on the power of Ellison's writing .
- Saul Bellow is a great writer but, according to his biographer, a bad man.
- Saul Bellow was born in Lachine, Quebec, a suburb of Montreal, in 1915, and was raised in Chicago.
- In 1995 Jewish fashion media mogul Calvin Klein came under fire by critics who compared his clothing "ads to child pornography." [GIROUX, p.
- Calvin Klein is no stranger to controversy.
- Actress Eva Mendes' saucy perfume advertisement for Calvin Klein has been boycotted by several U.S. TV networks.
- The national Broadcasting Company was founded by the Russian JEW immigrant David Sarnoff and ran later by his JEW son Robert Sarnoff.
- NBC, under the leadership of David Sarnoff, seemed at the time to think that listeners were listening to NBC because of NBC itself.
- David Sarnoff - Started as a messenger boy and rose to the head of RCA, Radio Corporation of America.
- Dreyfuss was born in Brooklyn, New York to Jewish American parents Norman Dreyfuss, an attorney and restauranteur, and Geraldine, a peace activist.
- Dreyfuss was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Jewish American parents Norman, an attorney and restaurateur, and Geraldine, a peace activist.
- Dreyfuss was nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe for his performance as Glenn Holland in Mr. Holland's Opus (1995).
- Dreyfuss was originally supposed to reprise his role as Hooper in Jaws 2 as the character who was finding the Orca in the beginning.
- Dreyfuss was originally supposed to reprise his role as Hooper in Jaws 2.
- Jack Benny was among the most beloved American entertainers of the 20th century.
- Jack Benny was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1989.
- Jack Benny was one of the first comedians who was willing to let other people share some of the laughs.
- Jack Benny was perhaps unique among major radio stars in that he hardly had a funny line in most of his shows.
- Patricia Arquette was born in Chicago, Illinois to a Jewish American mother and a father who converted to Islam.
- Patricia Arquette is an amazing talented actress who keeps amazing in her projects.
- Barry Levinson (born April 6, 1942 in Baltimore, Maryland) is a Jewish- American screenwriter, film director, actor, and producer of film and television.
- Tiring of quirky Brit flicks, Jeffrey Wells still has high hopes for Barry Levinson's latest Piece.
- Aaron Copland was born in Brooklyn, New York, of Lithuanian Jewish descent in 1900, the last of five children.
- Adam Arkin (born 1957) in an American actor.
- He and Jeremy Yaffe, to whom he was married from 1955 to 1960, have two sons: Adam Arkin, born Aug.
- Adam Arkin Sites No links exist for this celebrity.
- He wrote the film by himself, and it is set to star Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen as a pair of standup comedians, one of whom has a near death experience.
- In today's column, Mr. Wells refuses to see Company, offers his top ten list of DVDs he'd like to see, muses on Adam Sandler's new look, and more.
- However, the film was never made. Apatow did an uncredited rewrite of the 1998 Adam Sandler comedy The Wedding Singer.
- The Pianist is a 2002 film directed by Roman Polanski and starring Adrien Brody.
- Adrien Brody received widespread recognition when he was cast as the lead in Roman Polanski's The Pianist (2002).
- Alan Arkin has married and divorced three times, to Jeremy Yaffe, to Barbara Dana, and to Suzanne Arkin.
- He is the son of actor Alan Arkin and his wife, Jeremy Yaffe.
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- However, in the latter stages of his life, Alan Berg began to tone down somewhat.
- When Gross took a job in San Diego, Alan Berg, at Gross' behest, was hired as his replacement.
- Lane, the getaway driver, was not convicted of murder, but for violations of Alan Berg's civil rights and racketeering.
- Alan Greenspan has said publicly on several occasions that he thinks the market is overvalued, or words to that effect.
- Alan Greenspan, who became the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board in 1987, is [also] a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
- Albert Brooks (born July 22, 1947 as Albert Lawrence Einstein) is an Academy Award nominated American actor, writer, comedian and director.
- Albert Brooks's later efforts did not find large audiences, but still retained Brooks's touch as a filmmaker.
- Albert Brooks's father, Harry Einstein, was a comedian who performed on Eddie Cantor's radio program and was known as Parkyarkarkus.
- Alex Band is the son of director and producer Charles Band.
- Allan Bloom was a philosopher and he was primarily concerned with preserving the philosophical way of life for the future generation.
- Allan Bloom was a philosopher, primarily concerned with preserving the philosophical way of life for the future generation.
- Allan Bloom was an only child born to social worker parents in Indianapolis.
- Papa Geno's is a alpert herb supplier of alpert herb plants, scented geraniums and alpert herb veggies.
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- Al Jolson was the first popular singer to make a spectacular "event" out of singing a song.
- Al Jolson was the most famous entertainer who appeared in blackface.
- Al Jolson was the most famous performer to wear blackface makeup when singing which is now considered a form of racial stereotyping.
- Angelyne is a model and sometime actress who has become an icon of Hollywood and Los Angeles best known for purchasing billboards advertising herself.
- Angelyne was one of the candidates in the 2003 California recall election, finishing 29th in a field of 135 candidates.
- Arkin is also a Broadway and off-Broadway performer, last seen in the Broadway offering "Brooklyn Boy" by playwright Donald Margulies.
- Arkin is also the author of many books, including the children's stories The Lemming Condition and The Clearing.
- Arkin was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of actor Alan Arkin and his wife, Jeremy Yaffe.
- Arkin was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of actor Alan Arkin and his wife, Suzanne.
- Arkin was born in New York City to a Jewish family.
- Arlen was born Hyman Arluck, in Buffalo, New York, the child of a Jewish cantor.
- Arlen was a longtime friend and former roommate of actor Ray Bolger who would star in The Wizard of Oz in which "Over the Rainbow" became famous.
- Arlen was a longtime friend and former roommate of actor Ray Bolger who would star in The Wizard of Oz, the film for which "Over the Rainbow" was written.
- Arlen was born Hyman Arluck, in Buffalo, New York, the child of a cantor.
- Arlen was born Hyman Arluk, in Buffalo, New York, the child of a Jewish cantor.
- According to Dan Raviv, however, the real heroes of Marvel Comics are the two Israeli men at the company's helm, Isaac (Ike) Perlmutter and Avi Arad.
- The owners of Toy Biz, Avi Arad and Isaac 'Ike' Perlmutter, believed rightly that their business relied heavily on the success of Marvel.
- Peter Schwartz is a writer and journalist who follows the Objectivist philosophy of Ayn Rand.
- Starting in 1950, Greenspan began a 20-year association with famed novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand.
- Bacharach is the sort of songwriter who could fall out of a boat and write something exquisitely tender and melodic before he hit the water.
- Bacharach was a New York native, and even during his recorded heyday, commuted from California to New York for recording sessions.
- Bacharach was married for a time to Carole Bayer Sager with whom he also wrote numerous songs.
- Among his personal holdings, Bache had sizeable interests in Canadian mining companies.
- In 1886 he was made a minority partner and in 1892 took full control of the business, renaming it J. S. Bache & Co.
- During his years of involvement with public education, Bache continued to engage in scientific study.
- Baer Max was with charged manslaughter but all later charges were.
- Barbara Bach (born August 27 1947 in Queens, New York) is a model and actress, most known as the Bond girl from the James Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me.
- In 1977, Barbara Bach's role as Anya Amasova in The Spy Who Loved Me instantly catapulted her into stardom as an international sex symbol.
- From 2000 to 2004, de Rossi dated singer Francesca Gregorini, daughter of actress Barbara Bach and stepchild of Ringo Starr.
- Barkin is the mother of two children, Jack Daniel (born 1989) and Romy Marion (born 1992), from her first marriage to actor Gabriel Byrne.
- Barkin was born in The Bronx , New York to a Jewish American family; she has a brother, George.
- Barkin was born in the Bronx, New York to a chemical salesman and a hospital administrator at Jamaica Hospital, and raised in a Jewish home.
- He went on to play in a series of big bands, including those of Claude Thornhill, Charlie Spivak, Shep Fields, Art Mooney and Benny Goodman.
- In 1946, a Berlin musical with the same title revived the song's popularity, and it reached #8 with Count Basie and #9 with Benny Goodman.
- Jazz enthusiast Jack Webb assembled eight exemplary musicians whose roots go back to bands led by Ben Pollack, Bob Crosby, and Benny Goodman.
- Meet the Fockers (2004) is a comedy film and a sequel to Meet the Parents which saw Hoffman co-starring with Robert DeNiro and Ben Stiller.
- Ben Stiller also makes an appearance as a worker at Guitar Center, and also another appearance in the music video for Tribute.
- Ben Stiller's funny charms.
- That’s Bernard Baruch sitting on a bench.
- In 1881 the family moved to New York City, and Bernard Baruch graduated from the City College of New York eight years later.
- Jewish American banker Bernard Baruch imposes massive financial reparations on Germany.
- I wonder, now and then, whether Philip Roth and Bernard Malamud and I have not become the Hart Schaffner and Marx of our trade.
- Bernard Malamud (April 26 1914 – March 18 1986) was an American writer, allegorist, and a well-known Jewish-American author.
- View our list of 6 available biographies on Bernard Malamud.
- Bettina Aptheker (born September 13, 1944) is an American, lesbian activist, author, feminist, and professor.
- Introduction to Feminism: Co-chair Bettina Aptheker has encouraged many UCSC students to major in women's studies.
- In 1978, Rivers directed and wrote the film Rabbit Test starring her friend Billy Crystal.
- The son of director Stephen Gyllenhaal, he has been in and around movies since he was a kid (he played Billy Crystal 's son in 1991's City Slickers).
- Many of the directors of her films were also Jews (for example, Billy Wilder of Some Like It Hot and George Cukor of Let's Make Love).
- Columnist Jeffrey Wells considers Woody's Ending, attends a Billy Wilder tribute, heralds a talented up-and-coming actor, and more.
- Bonnie Bernstein is the living example that being a woman,.
- Borstein was born in Chicago, Illinois to a Jewish American family. Her family moved to Southern California during the early 1980s.
- Borstein was perhaps best known for playing Miss Swan.
- Borstein was recently cast in the pilot episode of The Thick of It as a press secretary.
- Brooks is a member of the short list of entertainers with the distinction of having won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony award.
- Brooks is a resident of Los Angeles.
- Brooks is one of the few artists who have received an Oscar, Emmy, Tony, and Grammy.
- Brooks was married to Florence Baum from 1951 to 1961.
- Brooks was raised in a Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York.
- Part of these proceedings were shown on Peter Jackson's King Kong Production Diaries, as well as on the Bryan Singer's Production Journals.
- In 2000, 20th Century Fox released X-Men, a $75 million film adaptation of the comic, directed by Bryan Singer.
- Ratner was under consideration to direct X-Men (2000) and Superman Returns (2006), although both were eventually directed by Bryan Singer.
- Burt Bacharach subverted the conventions of an entire generation of pop music songwriters.
- Finale: Yamin performed a duet with Mary J. Blige and participated in the Top 12 Burt Bacharach 's medley and the 'guys' medley'.
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- Chaim Potok: My first major encounter with contemporary serious literature was Evelyn Waugh's Brideshead Revisited.
- For more information on Chaim Potok, visit Britannica.com.
- Adapted from Chaim Potok's best-selling novel, this film examines the differences among Orthodox Jews and conflicts between fathers and sons.
- While Tom Berenger and Corbin Bernsen do admirable jobs, it's really Charlie Sheen, of all actors, who steals this enjoyable movie.
- Roger Dorn (Corbin Bernsen) is a high-priced third baseman who cares more about his investment portfolio than he does about baseball.
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- Culture > Languages > Language > Glossaries
- Arts > Literature > Authors > B > Bellow, Saul.
- Arts > Television > Programs > Reality-Based > Talent Shows > American Idol Series > American Idol - Season 5 > Contestants > Yamin, Elliot.
- Arts > Performing Arts > Acting > Actors And Actresses > A > Arquette, Patricia.
- Arts > Performing Arts > Theatre > Musicals > C > Call Me Madam.
* Darren Aronofsky
* Dave Attell
* David Amram
* David Arquette
* David Belasco
* David Benioff
* David Brin
* David Merrick
* Debra Winger
* Diane Arbus
* Dianne Feinstein
* Douglas Feith
* Dustin Hoffman
* Eddie Cantor
* Edna Ferber
* Elizabeth Berkley
* Ellen Barkin
* Elliott Abrams
* Emanuel Ax
* Eric Cantor
* Gary Ackerman
* Gene Barry
* George Gershwin
* George Jessel
* Gilda Radner
* Gloria Allred
* Goldie Hawn
* Graenum Berger
* Hank Greenberg
* Harold Arlen
* Harrison Ford
* Henry Kissinger
* Herb Alpert
* Howard Stern
* Ira Gershwin
* Irving Berlin
* Isaac Asimov
* Jack Abramoff
* Jack Black
* Jaclyn Smith
* James Franco
* Jennifer Connelly
* Joan Rivers
* Joey Baron
* Joe Lieberman
* Joe Roth
* John Zorn
* Jonathan Safran Foer
* Joshua Bell
* Josh Groban
* Judd Apatow
* Judith Malina
* Julian Beck
* Kathy Acker
* Lauren Bacall
* Lawrence Bender
* Lenny Bruce
* Leonard Baskin
* Leonard Bernstein
* Lew Wasserman
* Liev Schreiber
* List of Jewish Americans
* Mae West
* Maggie Gyllenhaal
* Matthew Broderick
* Max Baer
* Mel Allen
* Mel Blanc
* Meyer Lansky
* Michael Brecker
* Michael Landon
* Milton Ager
* Neil Simon
* Nelson Algren
* Paula Abdul
* Paul Baran
* Paul Simon
* Paul Wolfowitz
* Philip Roth
* Ralph Bakshi
* Richard Avedon
* Richard Belzer
* Richard Perle
* Robby Benson
* Rona Barrett
* Rosanna Arquette
* Roseanne Barr
* Sam Raimi
* Sandy Koufax
* Sarah Jessica Parker
* Sarah Silverman
* Scarlett Johansson
* Selma Blair
* Seymour Hersh
* Shana Alexander
* Sheldon Adelson
* Shelley Berkley
* Shiri Appleby
* Sid Caesar
* Simon Bamberger
* Stan Lee
* Steven Adler
* Steven Spielberg
* Steve Ballmer
* Sumner Redstone
* Ted Koehler
* Theda Bara
* Thora Birch
* William Fox
* William Goldman
* William Paley
* Wolf Blitzer
* Woody Allen
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