List of Jewish actors

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This is a list of notable Jewish actors.

Born in the 1990s-2000s[edit]

NameYearsNationalityProminent RolesReferences
Jonah Bobo1997–AmericanZathura[1][2]
Cameron Boyce1999-American[3]
Max Burkholder1997-American[4]
Emory Cohen1990–AmericanThe Place Beyond the Pines[5]
Flora Cross1993–French-born AmericanBee Season[6]
Spencer Daniels1992–American[7]
Zoey Deutch1994–AmericanVampire Academy
Ansel Elgort1994–AmericanThe Fault in Our Stars[8]
Julia Garner1994-American[9]
Esti Ginzburg1990–IsraeliTwelve[10]
Zachary Gordon1998-AmericanDiary of a Wimpy Kid[11]
Alexander Gould1994–AmericanFinding Nemo, Weeds[12]
Teo Halm1999-AmericanEarth to Echo[13]
Carter Jenkins1991-American[14]
Logan Lerman1992–AmericanPercy Jackson & the Olympians, Hoot[15][16]
Jonathan Lipnicki1990–AmericanJerry Maguire, Like Mike[17]
James Maslow1990–AmericanBig Time Rush[18][19]
David Mazouz2001-AmericanGotham[20]
Ezra Miller1992–AmericanCity Island, Beware the Gonzo, We Need to Talk About Kevin[21]
Nicola Peltz1994–American[22]
Ryan Potter1995-AmericanBig Hero 6[23]
Nathalia Ramos1992-Spanish"House of Anubis"
Sarah Ramos1991–AmericanAmerican Dreams[24]
Ben Rosenfieldc. 1992/1993-American[25]
Odeya Rush1997-IsraeliThe Giver[26]
Daryl Sabara1992–AmericanSpy Kids series[27]
Halston Sage1993–American[28]
Troye Sivan1995-Australian[29]
Adiel Stein1991–AmericanStolen Summer[30]
Gregg Sulkin1992–BritishAvalon High[31]
Matt Weinberg1990–AmericanHaunted Lighthouse[32]
Zoe Weizenbaum1991–AmericanMemoirs of a Geisha[33]
Alex Wolff1997–AmericanThe Naked Brothers Band[34]
Nat Wolff1994–AmericanThe Naked Brothers Band[34]

Born in the 1980s[edit]

NameYearsNationalityProminent RolesReferences
Dianna Agron1986–AmericanGlee[35][36]
Nora Arnezeder1989–French[37]
Skylar Astin1987–AmericanPitch Perfect
Justin Berfield1986–AmericanMalcolm in the Middle[38]
Rachel Bilson1981–AmericanThe O.C., The Last Kiss,Hart of Dixie[39][40]
Josh Bowman1988–BritishRevenge[41][42]
Alison Brie1982–AmericanCommunity, Mad Men[43]
Amanda Bynes1986–AmericanShe's the Man, Hairspray, The Amanda Show[44]
Lizzy Caplan1982–AmericanMean Girls, Cloverfield, Party Down, True Blood[45]
Matt Cohen1982–AmericanSouth of Nowhere[46]
Lauren Collins1986–CanadianDegrassi: The Next Generation[47]
Alexa Davalos1982–American[48]
Kat Dennings1986–AmericanNick and Norah's Infinite Playlist,2 Broke Girls[49]
Drake1986–CanadianDegrassi: The Next Generation[47]
Lena Dunham1986-AmericanGirls[50]
Zac Efron1987-AmericanEfron's paternal grandfather was Jewish, and Efron has referred to himself as Jewish[51]
Jesse Eisenberg1983–AmericanThe Social Network[52]
Alden Ehrenreich1989–AmericanTetro[53]
Jake Epstein1987–CanadianDegrassi: The Next Generation[47][50]
Stacey Farber1987–CanadianDegrassi: The Next Generation[47]
Ben Feldman1980–AmericanThe Perfect Man[54]
Donna Feldman1982–AmericanYou Don't Mess with the Zohan[55]
Jeremy Ferdman1986–Canadian[56]
Ben Foster1980–AmericanX-Men: The Last Stand[57]
Jon Foster1984–AmericanStay Alive[58]
Shayna Fox1984–American[59]
Dave Franco1985-American[60]
Jason Fuchs1986–AmericanHoly Rollers[61]
Seth Gabel1981–American[62]
Josh Gad1981–AmericanThe Rocker, 21, Love and Other Drugs[63][64]
Gal Gadot1985–IsraeliFast & Furious[65]
Romola Garai1982–BritishAtonement, Emma[66]
Andrew Garfield1983–American-born BritishLions for Lambs, The Social Network, The Amazing Spider-Man[67]
Rafi Gavron1989–BritishInkheart[68]
Gideon Glick1988–AmericanSpring Awakening[69]
Jake Goldsbie1988–Canadian[47]
Joseph Gordon-Levitt1981–American10 Things I Hate About You, (500) Days of Summer, Premium Rush[70]
Ari Graynor1983–AmericanHoly Rollers, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist,Whip It[71]
Katerina Graham1989–Swiss-born AmericanThe Vampire Diaries[72]
Eva Green1980–FrenchThe Dreamers, Casino Royale[73]
Zena Grey1988–AmericanMax Keeble's Big Move[74]
Jake Gyllenhaal1980–AmericanDonnie Darko, Brokeback Mountain[75][76]
Erin Heatherton1989–American[77]
Simon Helberg1980–AmericanThe Big Bang Theory, A Serious Man[78]
Jonah Hill1983–AmericanSuperbad, Moneyball, The Wolf of Wall Street[79][80]
Aaron Himelstein1986–AmericanAustin Powers in Goldmember[81]
Oliver Jackson-Cohen1986–British[82]
Will Janowitz1980–AmericanThe Sopranos[83]
Scarlett Johansson1984–AmericanLost in Translation, Match Point[84][85][86]
Jeremy Jordan1984–American[87]
Robert Kazinsky1983–BritishEastEnders[88]
Jonathan Keltz1988–AmericanEntourage, Prom, 21 & Over[89][90][91]
Shane Kippel1986–CanadianDegrassi: The Next Generation[47]
Mila Kunis1983–Ukrainian-born AmericanThat '70s Show, Forgetting Sarah Marshall[92][93]
Shia LaBeouf1986–AmericanTransformers, The Greatest Game Ever Played, Eagle Eye[94][95]
Melanie Laurent1983–FrenchJe vais bien, ne t'en fais pas, Inglourious Basterds[96]
Alex D. Linz1989–AmericanHome Alone 3, Max Keeble's Big Move[97][98]
Shiri Maimon1981–Israeli[99]
John Magaro1983–AmericanThe Life Before Her Eyes, Assassination of a High School President[100]
Eli Marienthal1986–AmericanConfessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, The Iron Giant'[101]
Scott Mechlowicz1981–AmericanEuroTrip, Mean Creek[102]
Christopher Mintz-Plasse1989–AmericanSuperbad, Role Models,[103][104]
Julian Morris1983–BritishPretty Little Liars, ER, Cry Wolf[105]
Sara Paxton1988–AmericanDarcy's Wild Life, Aquamarine[106][107][108]
Josh Peck1986–AmericanDrake & Josh[109]
Ashley Peldon1984–American[110]
Courtney Peldon1981–American[111]
Alisan Porter1981–AmericanCurly Sue[112]
Natalie Portman1981–Israeli-born AmericanStar Wars, V for Vendetta, Black Swan[113]
Laura Prepon1980–AmericanThat '70s Show[114][115]
Daniel Radcliffe1989–BritishHarry Potter in the Harry Potter film series[116]
Ben Rappaport1986–AmericanOutsourced[117]
Nikki Reed1988–AmericanThirteen, Lords of Dogtown, The Twilight Saga[118][119]
Bar Refaeli1985–IsraeliSession[120]
Max Rhyser1982–AmericanA Four Letter Word, Homeland, Violet Tendencies[121]
Seth Rogen1982–CanadianPineapple Express, Knocked Up[122][123]
Emmy Rossum1986–AmericanThe Phantom of the Opera, Poseidon[124][125]
Lara Sacher1986–AustralianNeighbours[126]
Ben Schwartz1981–AmericanPeep World, Undercovers, House of Lies[127]
Jason Segel1980–AmericanHow I Met Your Mother, Forgetting Sarah Marshall[128]
Jamie-Lynn Sigler1981–AmericanThe Sopranos, Entourage[129]
Nick Simmons1989-AmericanSimmons' father is Jewish[130]
Jenny Slate1982–AmericanSaturday Night Live[131]
Sam Smith1989-EnglishWondrous Oblivion[132]
Marla Sokoloff1980–AmericanBig Day[133]
Lauren Storm1987–AmericanFlight 29 Down[134]
Ninet Tayeb1983–Israeli[135]
Khleo Thomas1989–AmericanHoles[136]
Ashley Tisdale1985–AmericanHigh School Musical[137]
Michelle Trachtenberg1985–AmericanBuffy the Vampire Slayer, Gossip Girl, 17 Again[138]
Jonathan Tucker1982–AmericanThe Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Ruins[139]
Raviv (Ricky) Ullman1986–Israeli-born AmericanPhil of the Future[140]
Michael Welch1987–AmericanJoan of Arcadia[141]
Mara Wilson1987–AmericanMatilda, Mrs. Doubtfire, Miracle on 34th Street[142]
Evan Rachel Wood1987–AmericanThirteen, The Upside of Anger, Across the Universe[118][119][143]
James Wolk1985–AmericanLone Star, Shameless[144][145]
Anton Yelchin1989–Russian-born AmericanAlpha Dog, Terminator Salvation, Star Trek XI[146][147]
Michael Zegen?–AmericanRescue Me, Boardwalk Empire[148]
Joey Zimmerman1986–AmericanHalloweentown[149]

Born in the 1970s[edit]

NameYearsNationalityProminent RolesReferences
Dave Annable1979–AmericanJewish mother[150][151]
Shiri Appleby1978–AmericanRoswell[152]
David Arquette1971–AmericanScream, See Spot Run[153][154]
Mili Avital1972–IsraeliStargate[155][156]
Eric Balfour1977-American[157]
Elizabeth Banks1974–AmericanThe Hunger Games[158][159]
Sandy Bar1976–Israeli[160]
Sacha Baron Cohen1971–BritishAli G, Borat, Brüno,The Dictator[161]
Justin Bartha1978–AmericanGigli, National Treasure, The Hangover[162]
Dani Behr1971–British[163]
Amber Benson1977–AmericanBuffy the Vampire Slayer[164]
Elizabeth Berkley1972–AmericanSaved By The Bell, Showgirls[165]
Josh Bernstein1971–AmericanDigging for the Truth[166]
Jon Bernthal1976–AmericanThe Walking Dead
Mayim Bialik1975–AmericanBlossom,The Big Bang Theory[167]
Michael Ian Black1971–American[168]
Selma Blair1972–AmericanCruel Intentions, Hellboy[169]
Alex Borstein1973–AmericanFamily Guy[170]
Caprice Bourret1971–American/British[171]
Zach Braff1975–AmericanScrubs, Garden State[172]
Tamara Braun1971–American[173]
Adam Brody1979–AmericanThe O.C.[174]
Adrien Brody1973–AmericanThe Pianist[175][176]
Sarah Brown1975–American[177]
Brooke Burke1971–American[178][179]
James Callis1971–BritishBattlestar Galactica[180]
Josh Charles1971–AmericanThe Good Wife, Sports Night, Dead Poets Society[181]
David Charvet1972–French-born AmericanBaywatch[182][183]
Emmanuelle Chriqui1977–Canadian[184][185]
Jennifer Connelly1970American[186]
Eric Dane1972–AmericanGrey's Anatomy, Marley & Me, Valentine's Day[187][188]
Erin Daniels1973–AmericanThe L Word[189][190]
Meital Dohan1976–IsraeliWeeds[191]
Oded Fehr1970–Israeli/AmericanThe Mummy, Resident Evil[192]
Corey Feldman1971–American[193]
Mark Feuerstein1971–AmericanRoyal Pains[194]
Isla Fisher1976–AustralianConfessions of a Shopaholic,The Great Gatsby[195][196]
James Franco1978–AmericanJames Dean, Spider-Man, 127 Hours[197][198]
Soleil Moon Frye1976–AmericanPunky Brewster[199]
Sarah Michelle Gellar1977–AmericanBuffy the Vampire Slayer[200][201]
Sara Gilbert1975–AmericanRoseanne[202]
Jessalyn Gilsig1971–CanadianNip/Tuck[203]
Elon Gold1970–American[204]
Iddo Goldberg1975–IsraeliDefiance
Ginnifer Goodwin1978–AmericanOnce Upon a Time[205]
Seth Green1974–AmericanRobot Chicken, Austin Powers[206][207]
Bryan Greenberg1978–AmericanPrime[208]
Becky Griffin1977–American[209]
Maggie Gyllenhaal1977–American[190][210]
Corey Haim1971–2010Canadian[211]
Chelsea Handler1975–AmericanChelsea Lately[212]
Samantha Harris1973–American[213]
Cole Hauser1975–American[214][215]
Daniel Hendler1976–UruguayanBottom of the Sea, Family Law[216]
Oliver Hudson1976–American[58]
Kate Hudson1979–AmericanAlmost Famous, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days[217]
Oliver Hudson1976–American[58]
Rashida Jones1976–AmericanThe Office[218]
Omri Katz1976–AmericanDallas[219]
Joel Kinnaman1979–Swedish and AmericanEasy Money, RoboCop[220]
Mia Kirshner1976–CanadianThe L Word,24[190]
Alla Korot1970–Ukrainian-born American[221]
Lisa Kushell1971–AmericanMADtv, co-host of Dinner and a Movie[222]
David Krumholtz1978–AmericanNUMB3RS[223]
Juliet Landau1972–American[224][225]
Aaron Lazar1976/7–AmericanJ. Edgar, The Notorious Bettie Page[226][227]
Adam Levine1979–American[228]
Matt Lucas1974–BritishThe Infidel[229]
Michael Lucas1972–Russian-born[230]
Jamie Luner1971–AmericanMelrose Place[231]
Natasha Lyonne1979–AmericanAmerican Pie[232]
Gabriel Macht1972–American[233]
Idina Menzel1971–American[234]
B. J. Novak1979–AmericanThe Office, Inglourious Basterds[235]
Gwyneth Paltrow1972–American[236][237][238]
Adam Pascal1970–AmericanRent[239]
Amanda Peet1972–American[240][241]
Melanie Peres1971–Israeli
Joaquin Phoenix1974–AmericanWalk the Line[242][243][244][245]
Rain Phoenix1973–American[242][243]
River Phoenix1970–1993American[242][243]
Summer Phoenix1978–American[242][243]
Josh Radnor1974–AmericanHow I Met Your Mother[152]
Leah Remini1970–AmericanThe King of Queens[246]
Simon Rex1974–American[247]
Michael Rosenbaum1972–AmericanSmallville[248]
Eli Roth1972–American[249]
Maya Rudolph1972–AmericanSaturday Night Live[159]
Winona Ryder1971–American[250][251]
John Safran1972–Australian[252]
Sarah Saltzberg1976–American[253]
Andy Samberg1978–AmericanSaturday Night Live[254]
Fred Savage1976–AmericanWonder Years[255][256]
Michael Showalter1970–American[257]
Maggie Siff1974–AmericanMad Men,Sons of Anarchy,Push[258]
Sarah Silverman1970–American[259]
Alicia Silverstone1976–AmericanClueless, Batman and Robin[260][261]
Ione Skye1971–British-born AmericanSay Anything...[262]
Lindsay Sloane1977–American[263][264]
Bahar Soomekh1975–Iranian-born AmericanCrash[265][266]
Tori Spelling1973–AmericanBeverly Hills 90210[267][268]
Jordana Spiro1977–AmericanMy Boys[269]
Rachel Stevens1978–British[270]
Corey Stoll1976–AmericanNorth Country, Lucky Number Slevin[271]
Matt Stone1971–AmericanSouth Park[272][273]
Danny Strong1974–American[274]
Tara Strong1973–CanadianDrawn Together, Ben 10[275]
Kevin Sussman1970–AmericanUgly Betty, Burn After Reading[276]
Mageina Tovah1979–American[277]
Scott Weinger1975–AmericanFull House, Aladdin[278]
Kevin Weisman1970–American[279]
Rachel Weisz1971–British[280][281][282][283]
Jennifer Westfeldt1971–AmericanKissing Jessica Stein[284]
Marissa Jaret Winokur1973–AmericanHairspray stage version[285]
Noah Wyle1971–AmericanER[286]
Michal Yannai1972–AmericanAvenue Q[287]
Nikki Ziering1971–American[288]

Born in the 1960s[edit]

NameYearsNationalityProminent RolesReferences
Paula Abdul1962–American[289]
Paul Adelstein1969–AmericanPrison Break, Private Practice[290]
Ronni Ancona1968–British (Scottish)[163][291]
Mathieu Amalric1965–FrenchMunich[292]
Patricia Arquette1968–American[293]
Yvan Attal1965–IsraeliMunich, Rush Hour 3
Hank Azaria1964–American[294]
David Baddiel1964–British[295]
David Alan Basche1968–American[296]
Randall Batinkoff1968–AmericanFor Keeps?[297]
Mary Kay Bergman1961–1999AmericanSouth Park[298]
Troy Beyer1964–American[186]
Craig Bierko1964–AmericanCinderella Man[299]
Jack Black1969–AmericanSchool of Rock[300]
Yasmine Bleeth1968–AmericanBaywatch[301]
Lisa Bonet1967–AmericanThe Cosby Show[302]
Helena Bonham Carter1966–British[303][304]
Gabrielle Carteris1961–AmericanBeverly Hills 90210[305]
Scott Cohen1964–American[306]
Mindy Cohn1966–AmericanThe Facts of Life, Scooby Doo[264]
David Cross1964–American[307]
Dean Devlin1962–American[308]
Don Diamont1961–AmericanThe Young and the Restless[309]
Lisa Edelstein1966–AmericanHouse[310]
David Eigenberg1964–American[311]
Jon Favreau1966–American[312][313]
Vanessa Feltz1962–British[314]
Dan Futterman1967–American[315]
Jeff Garlin1962–AmericanCurb Your Enthusiasm[316]
Brad Garrett1960–American[317]
Gina Gershon1962–American[318]
Jami Gertz1965–American[319]
Melissa Gilbert1964–American[320]
Judy Gold1962–American[321]
Bill Goldberg1966–American[322]
Jennifer Grey1960–AmericanDirty Dancing[323]
Arye Gross1960–American[324]
Annabelle Gurwitch1961–AmericanHostess of TBS's Dinner and a Movie[325]
Evan Handler1961–AmericanSex and the City, Californication[326][327]
Jessica Hecht1965–American[328]
Monica Horan1963–AmericanEverybody Loves Raymond[329]
Jason Isaacs1963–BritishHarry Potter, The Patriot, Brotherhood[124][330]
Peter Jacobson1965–AmericanHouse[331]
Lesli Kay1965AmericanThe Bold and the Beautiful
Paul Kaye1965–British[332]
Heather Paige Kent1969–American[333]
Marc Kudisch1966–American[334]
Lisa Kudrow1963–AmericanFriends[335]
John Lehr1967–American10 Items or Less[269]
Jennifer Jason Leigh1962–American[17]
Paul Lieberstein1967–American[336]
Joshua Malina1966–American[337]
Camryn Manheim1961–AmericanThe Practice[338]
Cindy Margolis1965–American[296]
Julianna Margulies1966–AmericanER[339]
Brett Marx1964–AmericanThe Bad News Bears
Marlee Matlin1965–AmericanChildren of a Lesser God[340]
Debra Messing1968–AmericanWill & Grace[341]
Dina Meyer1968–AmericanSaw films[342]
Ari Meyers1969–AmericanKate & Allie[343]
Sasha Mitchell1967–AmericanStep by Step[344]
Maia Morgenstern1962–RomanianThe Passion of the Christ[345]
Rob Morrow1962–AmericanNorthern Exposure, Numb3rs[346]
Sophie Okonedo1969–BritishHotel Rwanda[347]
Sarah Jessica Parker1965–American[348][349]
Sean Penn1960–American[350]
Jeremy Piven1965–AmericanEntourage[351]
Rain Pryor1969–American[352]
Ted Raimi1965–American[158]
Adam Rich1968–AmericanEight is Enough
Paul Rudd1969–American[353][354]
Adam Sandler1966–AmericanHappy Gilmore, Billy Madison, Grown Ups[355]
Rebecca Schaeffer1967–1989American
Rob Schneider1963–American[356]
Bitty Schram1968–American[357]
Liev Schreiber1967–American[358]
Scott Schwartz1968–AmericanA Christmas Story, The Toy
David Schwimmer1966–AmericanFriends[359]
Sam Seder1966–American[360]
Kyra Sedgwick1965–American[347]
Ally Sheedy1962–AmericanThe Breakfast Club, St. Elmo's Fire[361]
Ben Shenkman1968–AmericanAngels in America, Then She Found Me[362]
Pauly Shore1968–AmericanEncino Man,Son in Law,Bio-Dome[363]
Jonathan Silverman1966–American[364]
Laura Silverman1966–AmericanThe Sarah Silverman Program, The Comeback
Helen Slater1963–American[365]
Georgia Slowe1966–British[366]
Rena Sofer1968–American[367]
Jon Stewart1962–AmericanThe Daily Show[368]
Ben Stiller1965–AmericanKeeping the Faith, Zoolander[369]
Michael Stuhlbarg1968–AmericanA Serious Man, Boardwalk Empire[370]
Alex Winter1965–British/AmericanBill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, The Lost Boys[371]
Scott Wolf1968–AmericanParty of Five[372]
Ian Ziering1964–AmericanBeverly Hills 90210[213][373]
Ayelet Zurer1969–IsraeliMunich, Vantage Point

Born in the 1950s[edit]

NameYearsNationality/ProfessionProminent RolesJewish LineageReferences
Caroline Aaron1952–American actress and producerWings[374]
Jason Alexander1959–American actorSeinfeld[375]
Adam Arkin1956–American television, film, and stage actor[376]
Tom Arnold1959–American actor and comedianConvert[377]
Rosanna Arquette1959–American actress, film director, and film producer[378]
Ellen Barkin1954–American actress[379]
Roseanne Barr1952–American actress, writer, talk-show host and comedienne[380]
Robby Benson1956–American actor, former teen idol[381]
Sandra Bernhard1955–American actress and comedian[382]
Mike Binder1958–American screenwriter, film director and actor[383]
Kate Capshaw1953–American actressIndiana Jones and the Temple of DoomConversion[384]
Allan Corduner1950–British television, film, and stage actorTopsy Turvy, Defiance
Katie Couric1957–American media personalityShark TaleJewish mother[385]
Jamie Lee Curtis1958–American film actress, successful writer[386]
Daniel Day-Lewis1957–British-born Academy Award–winning actorMother (Jill Balcon)[387]
Fran Drescher1957–American film and television actress[388]
Ben Elton1959–British comedian, actor and writer[163]
Susie Essman1955–American stand-up comedian, television and film actressCurb Your Enthusiasm[389]
Tovah Feldshuh1952–American actress, singer, and playwright[390]
Harvey Fierstein1954–American actor, author, and singer[391]
Al Franken1951–American comedian, actor, author, politician[392]
Stephen Fry1957–British comedian, author, actor and filmmakerMother[393]
Mira Furlan1955–Croatian actress/singer[394]
Brian George1952–Canadian, British-Israeli actor[395]
Kathie Lee Gifford1953–American singer, songwriter, and actress[396]
Joanna Gleason1950–Canadian-born actress[334]
Jeff Goldblum1952–American Academy Award–nominated film actor[397]
Henry Goodman1950–British theatre actor[398]
Steve Guttenberg1958–American actor[399]
Mary Hart1950–American former actress and television personalityEntertainment Tonight[400]
Nina Hartley1959–American adult film actress[401]
Dominique Horwitz1957–French actorAnne Frank: The Whole Story, Shooting Dogs[402][403]
Amy Irving1953–American actress[404]
Ron Jeremy1953–American adult film actor[405]
Toni Kalem1956–American film, television actress, screenwriter and director[406]
Carol Kane1952–American Academy Award–nominated actress[407]
Julie Kavner1950–American film/television actressvoice of Marge on The Simpsons[408]
Richard Kind1956–American actor
Stepfanie Kramer1956–American actressHunter[409]
John Landis1950–American actor, director, writer, and producer[410]
Carol Leifer1956–American comedienne and actress[411]
Dani Levy1957–Swiss/German filmmaker, theatrical director, actor[412]
Jon Lovitz1957–American actor and comedian[413]
Joan Lunden1950–American broadcaster, who also actedGood Morning America[414]
Howie Mandel1955–Canadian comedian and actor[415]
Dinah Manoff1958–American actressGrease, I Ought to Be in Pictures, Empty Nest
Melanie Mayron1952–American actress and directorThirtysomething[416]
Fred Melamed1956–American actor and writerA Serious Man[417]
Kay Mellor1950–British actress, scriptwriter and director[418]
Larry Miller1953–American stand-up comedian, actor[419]
Rick Moranis1953–Canadian comic actor[420]
Don Most1953–American actorHappy Days[421]
Judd Nelson1959–American actorThe Breakfast Club
Bebe Neuwirth1958–American Tony Award–winning theater, television, and film[422]
Laraine Newman1952–American comedienne and actress[423]
Ken Olin1954–American actor, director and producer[424]
Mandy Patinkin1952–American actor of stage and screen[425]
Lorna Patterson1956–American film, stage and television actress[426]
David Paymer1954–American character actor[427]
Ron Perlman1950–American film/television actorHellboy[428]
Kevin Pollak1957–American actor, impressionist and comedian[429]
Paul Reiser1957–American actor, author and stand-up comedianMad About You[430]
Paul Reubens1952–American actor and comedian
Tanya Roberts1954–American actressCharlie's Angels[115]
Alan Rosenberg1950–American actor of stage and screen[431]
Cecilia Roth1956–Argentine actressWhat Have I Done to Deserve This?, Antigua, My Life[432][433]
Katey Sagal1954–American actress, singer, and writerMarried... with Children[203]
Bob Saget1956–American actor, stand-up comedian and game show host[434]
Herschel Savage1955–American adult film actor and director[435]
Richard Schiff1955–American actorThe West Wing[436]
Steven Seagal1951–American action movie actor and director[437]
Jerry Seinfeld1954–American comedian, actor, and writerSeinfeld[359]
Jane Seymour1951–British-born film/television actressFather[438]
Wendie Jo Sperber1958–2005American television/movie actress[439]
Howard Stern1954–American radio and TV personality[124]
Stephen Tobolowsky1951–American actor[440]
Robert Trebor1953–American actorHercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess[441]
Debra Winger1955–American Academy Award–nominated actress[442]
Mare Winningham1959–American film and television actressConversion[443]

Born in the 1940s[edit]

NameYearsNationality/ProfessionProminent RolesJewish LineageReferences
Harvey Atkin1942–Canadian actor
Bob Balaban1945–American actor and director[444]
Richard Belzer1944–American stand up comedian, writer and actorHomicide: Life on the Street, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit[359]
Albert Brooks1947–American Academy Award–nominated actor, writer, comedian and director[445]
James Caan1940–American Academy Award, Emmy and Golden Globe–nominated film, stage and television actor[446]
Nell Carter1948–2003American Tony Award–winning singer and film, stage, and television actressConverted[447]
Peter Coyote1941–American actor and author[448]
Billy Crystal1947–American actor, writer, producer, comedian and film director[449][450]
Larry David1947–American Emmy-winning actor, writer, comedian, producer and film director[451]
Neil Diamond1941–American singer, guitarist
Michael Douglas1944–American actor and producer, Academy Award WinnerJewish father[452]
Richard Dreyfuss1947–American actor, Academy Award winner[453]
Bob Dylan1941–American singer-songwriter, author, musician and poet, also appeared in several films[454]
Bob Einstein1942–American writer and comedian, known as Super Dave Osborne.
Richard Elfman1949–American film director, writer and actor[455]
Harrison Ford1942–American Academy Award–nominated actorMother[231][244]
Bonnie Franklin1944–2013American actress[456]
Victor Garber1949–Canadian Emmy award nominated film, stage and television actor and singer[457]
Paul Michael Glaser1943–American actorStarsky & Hutch[458]
Scott Glenn1941–American actor[459]
Susan Gordon1949–2011American child actressThe Twilight Zone, The Five Pennies[460]

Christopher Guest

1948–American actor/director[461]
Larry Hankin1940–American actor/comedian[462]
Goldie Hawn1945–American Academy Award–winning film actress, director and producerPresbyterian father, Jewish mother[463]
Anthony Heald1944–American television and stage actor[464]
Dan Hedaya1940–American character actor[465]
Barbara Hershey1948–American actress, known for her many film roles[58]
Xaviera Hollander1943–Indonesia-born call girl, madam and actress[466]
Ricky Jay1948–American professional sleight-of-hand artist, actor, and author
Madeline Kahn1942–1999American Academy Award–nominated actress of film, television, and theater[467]
Gabe Kaplan1945–American actor, comedian, and professional poker player[468]
Andy Kaufman1949–1984American entertainer[469]
Judy Kaye1948–American Tony Award–winning singer and actress[470]
Lainie Kazan1940–American actress and singer[471]
Robert Klein1942–American stand-up comedian and occasional actor[472]
Richard Kline1944–American actor and television director[473]
Sherry Lansing1944–American former CEO of Paramount Studios[474]
Michael Lembeck1948–American actor and director[426]
Eugene Levy1946–Canadian actor, director, producer and writer[461]
Richard Lewis1947–American comedian and actor[475]
Judith Light1949–American actressWho's the Boss?
Maureen Lipman1946–British film, television & theatre actress[476]
Peggy Lipton1947–American television actress and socialiteThe Mod Squad[477]
Stephen Macht1942–American actor[478]
Miriam Margolyes1941–British character actress[479]
Richard Masur1948–American actor[456]
Bette Midler1945–American singer, actress, and comedian, also known as "The Divine Miss M"[480]
Frank Oz1944–British-born American film director, actor and puppeteerYoda in the Star Wars films[481]
Rhea Perlman1948–American actressCheers
David Proval1942–American actorThe Sopranos[482]
Gilda Radner1946–1989American comedian and actressSaturday Night Live[483]
Harold Ramis1944–2014American actor, director, and writer[484]
Harry Reems1947–American theater and adult film actor[485]
Rob Reiner1947–American actor, director, producer, writer and anti-tobacco activist, son of Carl Reiner[486]
Peter Riegert1947–American film/television actor[487]
Saul Rubinek1948–Canadian actor
Garry Shandling1949–American comedian and actor[488]
Wallace Shawn1943–American actor and writer[489]
Harry Shearer1943–American comedic actor and writer[490][491]
Sir Antony Sher1949–South African actor[492]
Ron Silver1946–2009American film/television actorThe West Wing, Reversal of Fortune
Steve Somers1947–American sports personality, radio host
Brent Spiner1949–American actorStar Trek: The Next Generation[493]
Sylvester Stallone1946–American actorRockyJewish maternal grandfather
Ben Stein1944–American lawyer, economist, law professor, actor, comedian, and former White House speechwriter[494]
David Steinberg1942–Canadian actor
Jill St. John1940–American actress[495]
Barbra Streisand1942–American two-time Academy Award–winning singer, theatre and film actress, composer, film producer and director[496]
Jeffrey Tambor1944–American film/television actorHellboy, Arrested Development[497]
Jessica Walter1941–American film/television actressArrested Development[498]
Zoë Wanamaker1949–American-born British actress[499][500]
Lesley Ann Warren1946–American Academy Award–nominated stage, film and television actress[501]
Bruce Weitz1943-American actorHill Street Blues, General Hospital
Anson Williams1949–American actorHappy Days[421]
Henry Winkler1945–American actor, director, producer and authorHappy Days[421]

Born in the 1930s[edit]

NameYearsNationality/ProfessionProminent RolesJewish LineageReferences
Anouk Aimée1932–French film actressFather[450]
Woody Allen1935–American Academy Award–winning film director, writer, actor, and comedian[502]
Gila Almagor1939–Israeli film actressMunich
Alan Arkin1934–American Academy Award–winning film actor, director[503]
Barbara Bain1931–American actress[504]
Barbara Barrie1931–American actress and author of children's books[408]
Richard Benjamin1938–American actor/film director[450]
Steven Berkoff1937–British actor, writer and director[505]
Claire Bloom1931–British film and stage actress[506]
Bernard Bresslaw1934–1993British comedian and actor[163]
May Britt1933–Swedish film actressConverted
Eleanor Bron1938–British actress[163]
Dyan Cannon1937–American three-time Academy Award–nominated film and television actress, editor, producer and directorMother[507]
Eddie Carmel1936–1972American entertainer known as "The Jewish Giant"[508]
Joan Collins1933–British actress and bestselling authorFather[509]
Jerry Douglas1932–American television actressThe Young and the Restless[510]
Marty Feldman1934–1982British writer, comedian and film and television actor[163]
Fenella Fielding1930–British actress[163]
Sami Frey1937French actor and Director
Elliott Gould1938–American Academy Award–nominated film/television actor[511]
Charles Grodin1935–American actor and former cable talk show host[512]
Judd Hirsch1935–American actorTaxi, NUMB3RS[414]
Dustin Hoffman1937–American two-time Oscar-winning actor[513]
Tony Jay1933–2006British/American actor[514]
Harvey Keitel1939–Academy Award–nominated American actor[515]
Walter Koenig1936–American actor, writer, teacher and directorAppeared in original Star Trek[516]
Susan Kohner1936–American Academy Award–nominated, Golden Globe–winning American actressFather[517]
Yaphet Kotto1937–American actor, son of Cameroonian crown prince[518]
Martin Landau1931–American Academy Award–winning American film and television actor[519]
Michael Landon1936–1991American actor, producer and director[520]
Louise Lasser1939–American stage/film/television actressMary Hartman, Mary Hartman[521]
Piper Laurie1932–American actressCarrie (1976)[522]
Linda Lavin1937–American Tony Award and Golden Globe Award–winning stage, film and television actress[523]
Steve Lawrence1935–American singer and actorThe Carol Burnett Show
Shari Lewis1933–1998American ventriloquist, puppeteer, and children's television show host, popular during the 1960s[524]
Hal Linden1931–American actor and television director[525]
Tina Louise1934–American model, singer, and film and television actress[526]
Jackie Mason1931–American stand-up comedian/actor[527]
Paul Mazursky1930–2014American film director and actor[528]
Shelley Morrison1936–American actress[529]
Nadira1932–2006Indian Bollywood actress[530]
Barry Newman1931–American actor[531]
Anthony Newley1931–1999British actor, singer & songwriter[163][532]
Leonard Nimoy1931–American actor, film director, poet, musician and photographer[533]
Noam Pitlik1932–1999Emmy-winning American actor and television director
Ron Rifkin1939–American actor, director[424]
Joan Rivers1933–2014American comedienne, actress, talk show host, and celebrity[534]
Andrew Sachs1930–German-born British actor[163]
George Segal1934–American film and stage actor[450]
William Shatner1931–Canadian Emmy and Golden Globe Award–winning actor[535]
Susan Strasberg1938–1999American actressIn Praise of Older Women
Janet Suzman1939–South African actress and director[536]
Dame Elizabeth Taylor1932–2011British/American Academy Award–winner, film actress & sex symbolConverted to Judaism[537][538][539]
Renée Taylor1933-American-Born actressThe Nanny
Chaim Topol1935–Israeli theatrical and film performer[450]
Al Waxman1935–2001Canadian actorKing of Kensington
Gene Wilder1933–American actor and comedian[540]
Mike & Bernie Winters1930–
1932–1991
British double act of comedians (brothers)[163]

Born in the 1920s[edit]

NameYearsNationality/ProfessionProminent RolesJewish LineageReferences
Jerry Adler1929–American actorThe Sopranos, Rescue Me, Prime[541]
Ed Ames1927–American singer and actor[542]
Beatrice Arthur1922–2009American actress[543]
Ed Asner1929–American actor[544]
Lauren Bacall1924–2014American Golden Globe and Tony Award–winning, and Academy Award–nominated, film and stage actress[545]
Alfie Bass1921–1987British character actor[546]
Julian Beck1925–1985American actor, director, poet, and painter[547]
Shelley Berman1926–American comedian, writer, teacher, and actor[548]
Herschel Bernardi1923–1986American film, Broadway and television actor[549]
Theodore Bikel1924–Austrian-born British character actor, folk singer and musician[550]
Larry Blyden1925–1975American actor[551]
Lloyd Bochner1924–2005Canadian film and television actor[552]
Tom Bosley1927–2010American film/television actorHappy Days[553]
Mel Brooks1926–American Academy Award–winning actor, writer, director and producer[554]
Lenny Bruce1925–1966American actor, stand-up comedian, writer, social critic and satirist[555]
Susan Cabot1927–1986American actress[556]
Sid Caesar1922–2014American comic actor and writer[557]
Robert Clary1926–French-born American actor, published author, and lecturer[558]
Tony Curtis1925–2010American actor[559]
Rodney Dangerfield1921–2004American comedian and actor[560]
Sammy Davis, Jr.1925–1990American entertainermember of the "Rat Pack"Converted to Judaism[538][561]
Peter Falk1927–2011American actor[562]
Leonard Fenton1926–British actorEastEnders[563]
Fyvush Finkel1923–American actor[564]
Eddie Fisher1928–2010American singerfather of Carrie Fisher
Estelle Getty1923–2008American actress
Lee Grant1927–American Academy Award–winning theater, film and television actress, and film director[450]
Buddy Hackett1924–2003American comedian and actor[565]
Monty Hall1921–Canadian-born actor, singer and sportscasterLet's Make a Deal[566]
Estelle Harris1928-American-born actress, daughter of Polish Jewish immigrantsSeinfeld
Laurence Harvey1928–1973Lithuanian-born actor, achieved fame in British and American films[163]
Steven Hill1922–American film and television actor[567]
Judy Holliday1921–1965American Academy Award–winning actress and singer[568][569]
Miriam Karlin1925–2011British actressThe Rag Trade[163]
Alan King1927–2004American comedian and actor[570]
Werner Klemperer1920–2000German-born American Emmy Award–winning comedic actor[571]
Jack Klugman1922–2012American actor[572]
Harvey Korman1927–2008American actor[573]
Al Lewis1920–2006American actorbest known as Grandpa Munster
Jerry Lewis1926–American comedian, actor, film producer, writer and director known for his slapstick humor and his charity fund-raising telethons[561]
Bill Macy1922–American actor[574]
Ross Martin1920–1981Polish-born American TV and film actorWild Wild West
Walter Matthau1920–2000American Academy Award–winning actor[575]
Anne Meara1929–American comedienne and actress, partner and wife of Jerry StillerConverted to Judaism[576]
Warren Mitchell1926–British-Australian actor[577]
Yvonne Mitchell1925–1979British stage, television and film actress[450]
Marilyn Monroe1926–1962American actress, singer and modelConversion[538]
Ron Moody1924–British film actorOliver![163]
Chesty Morgan1928–Polish-born American actress/ exotic entertainer[578]
Vic Morrow1929–1982American actor[579][580]
Paul Newman1925–2008American Academy and Golden Globe Award–winning actor, directorFather[581]
Charlotte Rae1926–American actressThe Facts of Life
Tony Randall1920–2004American comic actor[582]
Carl Reiner1922–American actor, film director, producer, writer and comedian[583]
Regina Resnik1922–American opera singer and actress[584]
Don Rickles1926–American comedian, film actor, and voice actor[585]
Doris Roberts1929–American Emmy Award–winning actressEverybody Loves Raymond[586]
Fred Sadoff1926–1994American ActorSouth Pacific
Peter Sellers1925–1980British comedian, actor, and performerMother[587]
Rod Serling1924–1975American screenwriter and actorThe Twilight Zone[588]
Simone Signoret1921–1985French Academy Award–winning actressFather[450]
Jerry Stiller1927–American comedian and actor[576]
Mel Tormé1925–1999American actor and singerknown as one of the great male jazz singers[589][590]
Abe Vigoda1921–American film/television actorThe Godfather
Shelley Winters1920–2006American two-time Academy Award–winning actress[591][592]

Born in the 1910s[edit]

NameYearsNationality/ProfessionProminent RolesJewish LineageReferences
Mason Adams1919–2005American character actor[593]
Jean-Pierre Aumont1911–2001French-born actor[594]
Martin Balsam1919–1996American actor, Academy award winnerA Thousand Clowns
John Banner1910–1973Austrian/American actor[595]
Red Buttons1919–2006American Academy Award–winning comedian and actor[596]
Jeff Chandler1918-1961American film actor
Lee J. Cobb1911–1976American film actor, Academy Award–nominated[450]
Kirk Douglas1916–American film starSpartacus[597]
Eva Gabor1919–1995Hungarian-American socialite, film starAristocats, Gigi, Star Spangled Rhythm, etc.[598]
Zsa Zsa Gabor1917–Hungarian-American socialite, film star, former beauty queen(Moulin Rouge 1952)[598]
John Garfield1913–1952American actor, 1940s film star[599]
Paulette Goddard1910–1999American Oscar-nominated film and theatre actress[600]
Lorne Greene1915–1987Canadian actor known for roles on American television[601]
Kitty Carlisle Hart1910–2007American singer, actress, and spokeswoman for the arts[602]
Sid James1913–1976British film and television actor and comedianCarry On films, Hancock's Half Hour[603]
Danny Kaye1913–1987American film actor, singer and comedian[604]
David Kossoff1919–2005British actorThe Larkins, A Kid for Two Farthings, The Bespoke Overcoat, Freud: The Secret Passion, The Mouse that Roared, The Mouse on the Moon[605]
Hedy Lamarr1913–2000Austrian born actress
Marc Lawrence1910–2005American character actor[606]
Zero Mostel1915–1977American stage and film actor[607]
Jan Murray1916–2006American stand-up comedian, actor[608]
Luise Rainer1910–German-born two-time Academy Award–winning film actress[609][610]
Lillian Roth1910–1980American singer and actress, noted performer on Broadway[611]
Dinah Shore1916–1994American singer and actress[612][613]
Sylvia Sidney1910–1999American film actress[614][615]
Phil Silvers1911–1985American entertainer and comedy actor[616]
Zypora Spaisman1916–2002Polish-American Yiddish theater actress and empresaria[617]
Harold J. Stone1913–2005American film and television character actor[618]
Mike Wallace1918–2012American journalist, who briefly acted during the 1940s[619]
Eli Wallach1915–2014American film, TV and stage actor[620]
Sam Wanamaker1919–1993American actor and director[621]
Cornel Wilde1912-1989American actor
Joseph Wiseman1918–2009Canadian actor
Keenan Wynn1916–1986American character actor[450]

Born in the 1900s[edit]

NameYearsNationality/ProfessionProminent RolesJewish LineageReferences
Stella Adler1901–1992American actressfor decades regarded as America's foremost acting teacher[622]
Jack Albertson1907–1981American actorChico and the Man
Morey Amsterdam1908–1996American actorThe Dick Van Dyke Show[623]
Leon Askin1907–2005Austrian actor[624]
Sylvia Bataille1908–1993French screen-actress and wife of Georges Bataille and Jacques LacanPartie de campagne by Jean Renoir[625]
Milton Berle1908–2002American comedian and actor[626]
Joe Besser1907–1988American comedian and actorone of the Three Stooges comedy team from 1955 to 1958[301]
Mel Blanc1908–1989American voice actorvoice of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck[627]
Ben Blue1901–1975Canadian actor and comedian[450]
David Abraham Cheulkar1908–1982Indian Hindi-language film actor[628]
Howard Da Silva1909–1986American film actor[450]
Melvyn Douglas1901–1981American actor, won all three of the entertainment industries' highest awards, two Oscars, a Tony and an Emmy[629][630]
Larry Fine1902–1975American comedian and actorone of the Three Stooges comedy team[301]
John Houseman1902–1988American actor. Academy Award winnerThe Paper Chase
Curly Howard1903–1952American comedian and actorone of the Three Stooges comedy team from 1932 to 1946, brother of Moe and Shemp Howard[301]
Sam Levene1905–1980Russian/American stage and film actor[631]
Peter Lorre1904–1964Hungarian-born stage and screen actor[632]
Zeppo Marx1901–1979American comedian and actorone of the Marx Brothers[633]
Ritz Brothers1901–1986American comedy team[450]
Natalie Schafer1900–1991American actressGilligan's Island

Born in the 1890s[edit]

NameYearsNationality/ProfessionProminent RolesJewish LineageReferences
Jack Benny1894–1974American comedian, vaudeville performer, and radio, television, and film actor[634]
Gertrude Berg1899–1966American radio and television actress[635]
Elisabeth Bergner1897–1986Austrian film actress[636]
Fanny Brice1891–1951American comedian, singer, and entertainer[637]
George Burns1896–1996American comedian and actor[638]
Eddie Cantor1892–1964American comedian, singer, actor, songwriterone of the most popular entertainers in the U.S. in the early and middle 20th century[639]
Michael Chekov1891–1955Russian-American Academy Award–nominated actor, directornephew of Anton Chekhov, protege of Constantin Stanislavki
Ricardo Cortez1899–1977American silent film star, known as a "Latin lover" type[640]
Hermione Gingold1897–1987British actress[641]
Leslie Howard1893–1943British film actorGone with the Wind[163][642]
Moe Howard1897–1975American comedian and actorthe "leader" of the Three Stooges comedy team, brother of Curly and Shemp Howard[301]
Shemp Howard1895–1955American comedian and actorpart of the Three Stooges comedy team until 1932 and from 1946 to 1955, brother of Curly and Moe Howard[301]
Sam Jaffe1891–1984American film and stage actorAcademy Award–nominated[450]
Ida Kaminska1899–1980Polish Academy Award–nominated actress[450]
Francis Lederer1899–2000Czech-born actor[643]
Philip Loeb1892–1955American stage, film, and television actor
Groucho Marx1890–1977American comedian and actorWorked both with his siblings, the Marx Brothers, and on his own[633]
Gummo Marx1893–1977American comedian and actorOne of the Marx Brothers[633]
Solomon Mikhoels1890–1948Soviet actor and director in Yiddish theaterChairman of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee[644]
Paul Muni1895–1967American Academy Award– and Tony Award–winning actor[645]
Carmel Myers1899–1980American silent film actress[646]
Molly Picon1898–1992American star of stage, screen and television[647]
Edward G. Robinson1893–1973American stage and film actor[648]
Joseph Schildkraut1896–1964Austrian-born stage and film actor[649]
Meier Tzelniker1894–1982British actorAppeared in Yiddish theatre[650]

Born in the 1880s[edit]

NameYearsNationality/ProfessionProminent RolesJewish LineageReferences
Broncho Billy Anderson1880–1971American actor, writer, director, and producerperhaps best known as the first star of the Western film genre[651]
Theda Bara1885–1955American silent film actressknown as the first screen "Vamp"[652]
Al Jolson1886–1950American singer and actor[653]
Max Linder1883–1925French pioneer of silent film[450]
Chico Marx1887–1961American comedian and actorone of the Marx Brothers[633]
Harpo Marx1888–1964American comedian and actorone of the Marx Brothers[633]
Ida Rubinstein1885–1960Famous Russian Belle Époque beauty[654]
Sophie Tucker1884–1966American actress, singer and comedienne[655]
Erich von Stroheim1885–1957Austrian-born filmmaker and actor[656]
Ed Wynn1886–1966American comedian and actor[450]

Born in the 1800s to 1870s[edit]

NameYearsNationality/ProfessionProminent RolesJewish LineageReferences
Jacob Pavlovitch Adler1855–1926Russian-born (later American) actor, a star of the Yiddish theatre[657]
Sarah Bernhardt1844–1923French stage actress[658]
Anna Held1872–1918Polish-born stage performerMost often associated with impresario Florenz Ziegfeld, her common-law husband[659]
Adah Isaacs Menken1835–1868American actress and poet[660]
Alla Nazimova1879–1945American theater and film actress, scriptwriter, and producer[661]
Rachel1820–1858French stage actress[662]
Henriette Nissen-Saloman1819–1879Swedish singer and actress.
Boris Thomashefsky1868–1939Ukrainian-born (later American) singer and actor[663]

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