List of Jewish American entertainers

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This is a list of notable Jewish American entertainers. For other famous Jewish Americans, see List of Jewish Americans.

Actors (film and TV)[edit]

organized by birth decade

1990s[edit]

1980s[edit]

1970s[edit]

1960s[edit]

1950s[edit]

1940s[edit]

1930s[edit]

1920s[edit]

1910s[edit]

1900s[edit]

  • Stella Adler (1901–1992), actress and acting teacher[481]
  • Jack Albertson (1907–1981), actor (Chico and the Man)
  • Leon Askin (born Leon Aschkenasy, 1907–2005), Austrian American actor[482]
  • Milton Berle (born Milton Berlinger, 1908–2002), comedian and actor; pioneered vaudeville and stand-up comedy art forms[483][484]
  • Joe Besser (1907–1988), comedian (Three Stooges)[485]
  • Mel Blanc (1908–1989), voice actor and comedian, "The Man of a Thousand Voices”, created voices of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird, Wile E. Coyote, Barney Rubble.[486]
  • Ben Blue (born Benjamin Bernstein, 1901–1975), Canadian American actor and comedian[343]
  • Howard Da Silva (born Howard Silverblatt, 1909–1986), film actor[343]
  • Melvyn Douglas (born Melvyn Hesselberg, 1901–1981), actor, won all three of the entertainment industry's highest awards (two Oscars, a Tony, and an Emmy)[487][488]
  • Larry Fine (born Louis Feinberg, 1902–1975), comedian and actor (Three Stooges)[485]
  • Joseph Green (1900-1996) Polish-American film actor and director[489]
  • John Houseman (born Jacques Haussmann, 1902–1988), actor; won an Academy Award for The Paper Chase
  • Curly Howard (born Jerome Horwitz, 1903–1952), one of the Three Stooges[485]
  • Sam Levene (1905–1980), Russian/American stage and film actor[490]
  • Peter Lorre (born László Löwenstein, 1904–1964), Austria-Hungary-born American stage and screen actor (M)[491]
  • Zeppo Marx (1901–1979), member of the Marx Brothers[492]
  • Sandy Meisner, (1905–1997), actor and acting coach; developed acting methodology known as the "Meisner Technique"
  • Ritz Brothers (Al Ritz, Jimmy Ritz, Harry Ritz, 1901–1965, 1904–1985, 1907–1986), Jewish comedy team[343]
  • Natalie Schafer (1900–1991), actress (Gilligan's Island)
  • Lee Strasberg (born Israel Strassberg, 1901–1982), actor, director, and acting teacher in theater and film, who according to author Mel Gussow "revolutionized the art of acting”

1890s[edit]

  • Jack Benny (born Benjamin Kubelsky, 1894–1974), comedian, vaudeville performer, and radio, TV, and film actor[493]
  • Gertrude Berg (born Tilly Edelstein, 1899–1966), radio/TV actress[494]
  • Fanny Brice (born Fania Borach, 1891–1951), comedian, singer, and entertainer[495]
  • George Burns (born Nathan Birnbaum, 1896–1996), comedian and actor[496]
  • Eddie Cantor (born Israel Iskowitz, 1892–1964), comedian, singer, actor, songwriter[497]
  • Ricardo Cortez (born Jacob Krantz, 1899–1977), Austrian-born American silent film star, known as a "Latin lover" type[498]
  • Hermione Gingold (1897–1987), British-born actress[499]
  • Moe Howard (born Moses Horwitz, 1897–1975), "leader" of the Three Stooges[485]
  • Shemp Howard (born Samuel Horwitz, 1895–1955), member of the Three Stooges[485]
  • Sam Jaffe (born Shalom Jaffe, 1891–1984), Academy Award-nominated film and stage actor[343]
  • Irving Kaufman (born Isidore Kaufman, 1890–1976), singer, recording artist, and vaudeville performer[500]
  • Francis Lederer (1899–2000), Czech-born American actor[501]
  • Philip Loeb (1892–1955), stage, film, and TV actor[502]
  • Paul Lukas (1895–1971), Hungarian American film actor[343]
  • Groucho Marx (born Julius Marx, 1890–1977), comedian, working both with his siblings, the Marx Brothers, and on his own[492]
  • Gummo Marx (born Milton Marx, 1893–1977), one of the Marx Brothers[492]
  • Paul Muni (born Meshilem Meier Weisenfreund, 1895–1967), Austrian-born American Academy Award and Tony Award-winning actor[503]
  • Carmel Myers (1899–1980), silent film actress[504]
  • Molly Picon (born Małka Opiekun, 1898–1992), actor of stage, screen, and TV[505]
  • Edward G. Robinson (born Emanuel Goldenberg, 1893–1973), stage and film actor[506]
  • Mae West (born Mary Jane West, 1893–1980), actress, playwright, screenwriter, and sex symbol[507]

1880s[edit]

Pre–1880s[edit]

Actors (theater)[edit]

Persons listed with a double asterisk (**) are producers who have won the Tony Award for Best Musical and/or the Tony Award for Best Play. Those listed with a triple asterisk (***) have won the Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical and/or Play. Those listed with a quadruple asterisk (****) have won the Tony Award for Best Actor or Best Actress in a Musical or Play.

Comedians[edit]

Dance[edit]

Persons listed with a double asterisk (**) are winners of the Tony Award for Best Choreography.

Film/Television directors[edit]

Models[edit]

TV and radio presenters[edit]

Producers and Directors (Theater)[edit]

Persons listed with a double asterisk (**) are producers who have won the Tony Award for Best Musical and/or the Tony Award for Best Play. Those listed with a triple asterisk (***) have won the Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical and/or Play. Those listed with a quadruple asterisk (****) have won the Tony Award for Best Actor or Best Actress in a Musical or Play.

Circus[edit]

  • Abe Goldstein, was regarded as "the Greatest Irish Cop Clown" in the business and worked for Ringling Bros. and other circuses
  • Paul Binder, co-founder, ringmaster and artistic director of the Big Apple Circus

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