List of Jewish actors

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This is a list of notable Jewish actors and actresses.

Born in the 1990s–2000s[edit]

Name Years Nationality Prominent roles References
Austin Abrams 1996– American The Walking Dead, Paper Towns, Euphoria, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark [1]
Asher Angel 2002– American Andi Mack, Shazam! [2]
Iris Apatow 2002– American This Is 40, Love [3][4][5][6][7]
Maude Apatow 1997– American This Is 40, Other People, Assassination Nation, Euphoria [3][4][5][6][7]
Ariela Barer 1998– American One Day at a Time, Runaways [8]
Madison Beer 1999– American Louder Than Words [9]
Sofia Black D'Elia 1991– American Skins [10]
Jonah Bobo 1997– American Zathura [11][12]
Cameron Boyce 1999–2019 American Jessie, Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything, Descendants [13][14]
Abigail Breslin 1996– American Signs, Little Miss Sunshine, Zombieland [15][16]
Spencer Breslin 1992– American [15][16]
Max Burkholder 1997– American Parenthood [17]
Carly Chaikin 1990– American Suburgatory, Mr. Robot
Timothée Chalamet 1995– American Homeland, Interstellar, Call Me by Your Name, Lady Bird [18]
Emory Cohen 1990– American The Place Beyond the Pines, Brooklyn, The OA [19]
David Corenswet 1993- American The Politician [20]
Flora Cross 1993– American Bee Season [21]
Spencer Daniels 1992– American [22]
Pete Davidson 1993– American Saturday Night Live [23]
Zoey Deutch 1994– American Vampire Academy [24]
Jason Drucker 2005– American Bumblebee [25]
Francesca Eastwood 1993– American
Ansel Elgort 1994– American The Fault in Our Stars, Baby Driver [26]
Beanie Feldstein 1993– American Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, Lady Bird, Booksmart
Brandon Flynn 1993- American 13 Reasons Why [27]
Julia Garner 1994– American Electrick Children, We Are What We Are, Grandma, Ozark [28]
Dylan Gelula 1994– American Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, First Girl I Loved, Support the Girls [29]
Kaia Gerber 2001– American [30]
Esti Ginzburg 1990– Israeli Twelve [31]
Molly Gordon 1995– American Animal Kingdom, Booksmart, Good Boys
Zachary Gordon 1998– American Diary of a Wimpy Kid [32]
Alexander Gould 1994– American Finding Nemo, Weeds [33]
Jack Dylan Grazer 2003– American It, Shazam! [34]
Shira Haas 1995– Israeli Princess, The Zookeeper's Wife, Foxtrot
Teo Halm 1999– American Earth to Echo [35]
Jonah Hauer-King 1995- British A Dog's Way Home [36]
Leo Howard 1997– American Kickin' It
Madison Iseman 1997– American Tales of Halloween, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle [37]
Carter Jenkins 1991– American [38]
Rachel Keller 1993– American Legion, Fargo, The Society [39]
Hunter King 1993– American A Girl Like Her [40]
Joey King 1999– American The Conjuring, White House Down, Fargo [40]
Logan Lerman 1992– American Percy Jackson & the Olympians, Hoot, The Perks of Being a Wallflower [41][42]
Chloe Levine 1996– American The Transfiguration, The OA, Ask for Jane
Judah Lewis 2001– American Demolition, The Babysitter, The Christmas Chronicles
Jonathan Lipnicki 1990– American Jerry Maguire, Stuart Little, Like Mike [43]
Billie Lourd 1992– American American Horror Story, Booksmart, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker [44][45][46][47][48]
Milo Manheim 2001– American Zombies [49][50]
James Maslow 1990– American Big Time Rush [51][52]
David Mazouz 2001– American Gotham, Touch [53]
Blake Michael 1996– American Lemonade Mouth, Dog with a Blog
Ezra Miller 1992– American City Island, Beware the Gonzo, We Need to Talk About Kevin, Perks of Being a Wallflower, Justice League [54]
Ian Nelson 1995– American [55]
Wyatt Oleff 2003– American It, Guardians of the Galaxy [56][57]
Nicola Peltz 1995– American Bates Motel, Transformers: Dark of the Moon [58]
Ben Platt 1993– American [59][60][61]
Ryan Potter 1995– American Supah Ninjas, Big Hero 6 [62]
Bel Powley 1992– British The Diary of a Teenage Girl
Emily Ratajkowski 1991– American [63]
Nathalia Ramos 1992– Spanish House of Anubis [64]
Sarah Ramos 1991– American American Dreams, Parenthood [65]
Anna Rezan 1992– Greek [66]
Ben Rosenfield 1992– American [67]
Joshua Rush 2001– American Andi Mack [68]
Odeya Rush 1997– Israeli-American The Giver, Goosebumps, Lady Bird [69]
Daryl Sabara 1992– American Spy Kids series [70]
Halston Sage 1993– American How to Rock, Neighbors, Paper Towns [71]
Noah Schnapp 2004– American Stranger Things [72]
Max Schneider 1992– American How to Rock [73]
Diana Silvers 1997- American Into the Dark, Booksmart, Ma
Troye Sivan 1995– Australian Spud [74]
Sasha Spielberg 1990– American In a Relationship [75]
Adiel Stein 1991– American Stolen Summer [76]
Hailee Steinfeld 1996– American True Grit, The Edge of Seventeen, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Bumblebee [77][78][79]
Gregg Sulkin 1992– British Avalon High, Faking It, Wizards of Waverly Place [80]
Aaron Taylor-Johnson 1990– British Nowhere Boy, Kick-Ass, Avengers: Age of Ultron [81]
Bex Taylor-Klaus 1994– American The Killing, House of Lies, Arrow, Scream
Zoe Weizenbaum 1991– American Memoirs of a Geisha [82]
Alex Wolff 1997– American The Naked Brothers Band, Patriots Day, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Hereditary [83]
Nat Wolff 1994– American The Naked Brothers Band, The Fault in Our Stars, Paper Towns [83]
Finn Wolfhard 2002– Canadian Stranger Things [84]
Hadas Yaron 1990– Israeli Winner of the best actress award at Venice Film Festival for Fill the Void.
Anna Zak 2001– Russian-born Israeli [85]

Born in the 1980s[edit]

Name Years Nationality Notable roles References
Dianna Agron 1986– American Glee [86]
Jonathan Ahdout 1989– American House of Sand and Fog [87]
Rachel Bloom 1987– American Crazy Ex-Girlfriend [88]
Aviv Alush 1982– Israeli False Flag, The Women's Balcony, The Shack
Nora Arnezeder 1989– French [89]
Skylar Astin 1987– American Pitch Perfect, Spring Awakening [90]
Moran Atias 1981– Israeli The Resident
Justin Berfield 1986– American Malcolm in the Middle [91]
Rachel Bilson 1981– American The O.C., The Last Kiss, Hart of Dixie [92][93]
Josh Bowman 1988– British Revenge [94][95]
Alison Brie 1982– American Community, Mad Men [96]
Ania Bukstein 1982– Russian-born Israeli False Flag, Game of Thrones
Amanda Bynes 1986– American She's the Man, Hairspray, The Amanda Show [97]
Lizzy Caplan 1982– American Mean Girls, Cloverfield, Party Down, True Blood [98]
Cristiana Capotondi 1980– Italian [99]
Lauren Cohan 1982– British-American The Walking Dead
Matt Cohen 1982– American South of Nowhere [100]
Lauren Collins 1986– Canadian Degrassi: The Next Generation [101]
Alexa Davalos 1982– American [102]
Kat Dennings 1986– American Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, 2 Broke Girls [103]
Zooey Deschanel 1980– American
Daveed Diggs 1982– American Hamilton, clipping. [104]
Drake 1986– Canadian Degrassi: The Next Generation [101]
Lena Dunham 1986– American Girls [105]
Zac Efron 1987– American High School Musical , 17 Again, Neighbors [106]
Alden Ehrenreich 1989– American Tetro, Solo: A Star Wars Story [107]
Jesse Eisenberg 1983– American The Social Network, Now You See Me, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice [108]
Jake Epstein 1987– Canadian Degrassi: The Next Generation [101][105]
Stacey Farber 1987– Canadian Degrassi: The Next Generation [101]
Ben Feldman 1980– American The Perfect Man, Mad Men, Superstore [109]
Donna Feldman 1982– American You Don't Mess with the Zohan [110]
Jeremy Ferdman 1986– Canadian [111]
Ben Foster 1980– American X-Men: The Last Stand [112]
Jon Foster 1984– American Stay Alive [113]
Shayna Fox 1984– American [114]
Dave Franco 1985– American Superbad, Now You See Me, Scrubs [115]
Jason Fuchs 1986– American Holy Rollers [116]
Seth Gabel 1981– American [117]
Josh Gad 1981– American The Rocker, 21, Love & Other Drugs, Frozen [118][119]
Gal Gadot 1985– Israeli Fast & Furious, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice [120]
Andrew Garfield 1983– American-born British Lions for Lambs, The Social Network, The Amazing Spider-Man [121]
Romola Garai 1982– Hong Kong-born British [122]
Rafi Gavron 1989– British-American Inkheart [123]
Gideon Glick 1988– American Spring Awakening [124]
Ilana Glazer 1987– American Broad City, The Night Before
Jake Goldsbie 1988– Canadian [101]
Joseph Gordon-Levitt 1981– American 10 Things I Hate About You, Inception, Looper, (500) Days of Summer, The Dark Knight Rises, Premium Rush [125]
Katerina Graham 1989– Swiss-born American The Vampire Diaries [126]
Ari Graynor 1983– American Holy Rollers, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, Whip It [127]
Eva Green 1980– French The Dreamers, Casino Royale [128]
Max Greenfield 1980– American New Girl [129]
Yael Grobglas 1984– French-born Israeli Reign, Jane the Virgin, JeruZalem
Jake Gyllenhaal 1980– American Donnie Darko, Brokeback Mountain, The Day After Tomorrow [130][131]
Erin Heatherton 1989– American [132]
Simon Helberg 1980– American The Big Bang Theory, A Serious Man [133]
Jonah Hill 1983– American Superbad, Moneyball, 21 Jump Street, The Wolf of Wall Street [134]
Aaron Himelstein 1986– American Austin Powers in Goldmember [135]
Oliver Jackson-Cohen 1986– British [136]
Dana Ivgy 1982– Israeli Or (My Treasure), Jaffa, Zero Motivation
Abbi Jacobson 1984– American Broad City, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
Will Janowitz 1980– American The Sopranos [137]
Scarlett Johansson 1984– American Lost in Translation, Match Point, The Avengers [138][139]
Jeremy Jordan 1984– American Smash, The Last Five Years [140]
Robert Kazinsky 1983– British EastEnders [141]
Jonathan Keltz 1988– American Entourage, Prom, 21 & Over [142][143][144]
Shane Kippel 1986– Canadian Degrassi: The Next Generation [101]
Mila Kunis 1983– Ukrainian-born American That '70s Show, Family Guy, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Black Swan, Ted [145][146]
Shia LaBeouf 1986– American Transformers, The Greatest Game Ever Played, Eagle Eye, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull [147][148]
Melanie Laurent 1983– French Je vais bien, ne t'en fais pas, Inglourious Basterds [149]
Inbar Lavi 1986– Israeli Imposters, Prison Break, Lucifer [150]
Margarita Levieva 1980– Russian The Invisible, Revenge [151][152]
Jane Levy 1989– American Evil Dead [153]
Sivan Levy 1987– Israeli Six Acts, Inch'Allah
Alex D. Linz 1989– American Home Alone 3, Max Keeble's Big Move [154][155]
John Magaro 1983– American The Life Before Her Eyes, Assassination of a High School President [156][157]
Shiri Maimon 1981– Israeli [158]
Zosia Mamet 1988– American Girls [159]
Eli Marienthal 1986– American Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, The Iron Giant [160]
Thomas McDonell 1986– American The 100 [161]
Scott Mechlowicz 1981– American EuroTrip, Mean Creek [162]
Christopher Mintz-Plasse 1989– American Superbad, Role Models, [163][164]
Julian Morris 1983– British Pretty Little Liars, ER, Cry Wolf [165]
Bar Paly 1985– Russian-born Israeli-American [166]
Sara Paxton 1988– American Darcy's Wild Life, Aquamarine [167][168][169]
Josh Peck 1986– American Drake & Josh, Max Keeble's Big Move [170]
Ashley Peldon 1984– American [171]
Courtney Peldon 1981– American [172]
Alisan Porter 1981– American Curly Sue, The Voice [173]
Natalie Portman 1981– Israeli-born American Star Wars: Episodes I, II, III, V for Vendetta, Black Swan [174]
Laura Prepon 1980– American That '70s Show. Orange is the New Black [175][176]
Ester Rada 1985– Israeli
Daniel Radcliffe 1989– British Harry Potter [177]
Ben Rappaport 1986– American Outsourced [178]
Melissa Rauch 1980– American The Big Bang Theory, The Bronze [179]
Monica Raymund 1986– American
Nikki Reed 1988– American Thirteen, Lords of Dogtown, The Twilight Saga [180][181]
Bar Refaeli 1985– Israeli Session [182]
Max Rhyser 1982– American A Four Letter Word, Homeland, Violet Tendencies [183]
Seth Rogen 1982– Canadian Pineapple Express, Knocked Up, Neighbors [184][185]
Agam Rodberg 1986– Israel
Emmy Rossum 1986– American The Phantom of the Opera, Poseidon, Shameless [186][187]
Jessica Rothe 1987– American Happy Death Day
Daniela Ruah 1983– Portuguese-American NCIS: Los Angeles
Sirak M. Sabhat 1981– Ethiopian-born Israeli Live and Become
Lara Sacher 1986– Australian Neighbours [188]
Amy Schumer 1981– American Inside Amy Schumer, Trainwreck
Ben Schwartz 1981– American Peep World, Undercovers, House of Lies [189]
Jason Segel 1980– American How I Met Your Mother, Forgetting Sarah Marshall [190]
David Serero 1981– French [191]
Jamie-Lynn Sigler 1981– American The Sopranos, Entourage [192]
Nick Simmons 1989– American [193]
Ed Skrein 1983– British Game of Thrones, The Transporter Refueled, Deadpool
Jenny Slate 1982– American Saturday Night Live, Despicable Me 3 [194]
Leelee Sobieski 1983– American [195]
Marla Sokoloff 1980– American Big Day [196]
Emilia Spivak 1981– Russian [197]
Shoshannah Stern 1980– American Jericho, The Hammer, Supernatural
Yael Stone 1985– Australian Orange Is The New Black [198]
Lauren Storm 1987– American Flight 29 Down [199]
Alona Tal 1983– Israeli Supernatural, Hostages
Ninet Tayeb 1983– Israeli [200]
Khleo Thomas 1989– American Holes [201]
Itay Tiran 1980– Israeli Beaufort, Lebanon, Hostages
Ashley Tisdale 1985– American High School Musical , The Suite Life of Zack & Cody [202]
Michelle Trachtenberg 1985– American Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Gossip Girl, 17 Again [203]
Jonathan Tucker 1982– American The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Ruins [204]
Raviv (Ricky) Ullman 1986– Israeli-born American Phil of the Future [205]
Milana Vayntrub 1987- Uzbek-American AT&T television commercials, This Is Us
Hannah Ware 1982– English Boss [206]
Michael Welch 1987– American Joan of Arcadia [207]
Mara Wilson 1987– American Matilda, Mrs. Doubtfire, Miracle on 34th Street
Sophie Winkleman 1980– British Two and a Half Men
James Wolk 1985– American Lone Star, Shameless [208][209]
Evan Rachel Wood 1987– American Thirteen, The Upside of Anger, Across the Universe [180][181][210]
Alex Wyse 1987– American Spring Awakening, Lysistrata Jones, Wicked
Anton Yelchin 1989–2016 Russian-born American Alpha Dog, Terminator Salvation, Star Trek [211][212]

Born in the 1970s[edit]

Name Years Nationality Prominent roles References
Reymond Amsalem 1978– Israeli Hostages
Dave Annable 1979– American [213][214]
Shiri Appleby 1978– American Roswell [215]
David Arquette 1971– American Scream, See Spot Run [216][217]
Mili Avital 1972– Israeli Stargate [218][219]
Eric Balfour 1977- American [220]
Elizabeth Banks 1974– American The Hunger Games [221]
Sendi Bar 1976– Israeli [222]
Sacha Baron Cohen 1971– British Ali G, Borat, Brüno, The Dictator [223]
Justin Bartha 1978– American Gigli, National Treasure, The Hangover [224]
Dani Behr 1971– British [225]
Amber Benson 1977– American Buffy the Vampire Slayer [226]
Elizabeth Berkley 1972– American Saved By The Bell, Showgirls [227]
Josh Bernstein 1971– American Digging for the Truth [228]
Jon Bernthal 1976– American The Walking Dead
Mayim Bialik 1975– American Blossom, The Big Bang Theory [229]
Michael Ian Black 1971– American [230]
Selma Blair 1972– American Cruel Intentions, Hellboy [231]
Alex Borstein 1973– American Family Guy [232]
Caprice Bourret 1971– American/British [233]
Zach Braff 1975– American Scrubs, Garden State [234]
Tamara Braun 1971– American [235]
Adam Brody 1979– American The O.C. [236]
Adrien Brody 1973– American Septembers of Shiraz, The Pianist [237][238]
Sarah Brown 1975– American [239]
Brooke Burke 1971– American [240][241]
Scott Caan 1976– American Hawaii 5-0
James Callis 1971– British Battlestar Galactica [242]
Neve Campbell 1973- Canadian Scream
Josh Charles 1971– American The Good Wife, Sports Night, Dead Poets Society [243]
David Charvet 1972– French-born American Baywatch [244][245]
Dmitry Chepovetsky 1970– Ukrainian ReGenesis [246]
Emmanuelle Chriqui 1977– Canadian Entourage, You Don't Mess with the Zohan [247]
Assaf Cohen 1972– American
Jennifer Connelly 1970- American [248]
Eric Dane 1972– American Grey's Anatomy, Marley & Me, Valentine's Day [249][250]
Erin Daniels 1973– American The L Word [251][252]
Dustin Diamond 1977– American Saved by the Bell
Meital Dohan 1976– Israeli Weeds [253]
Vanja Ejdus 1976– Serbian
Gad Elmaleh 1971- Moroccan-French
Oded Fehr 1970– Israeli/American The Mummy, Resident Evil [254]
Corey Feldman 1971– American The Goonies [255]
Mark Feuerstein 1971– American Royal Pains [256]
Isla Fisher 1976– Omani-born Australian Wedding Crashers, Confessions of a Shopaholic, The Great Gatsby [257]
James Franco 1978– American James Dean, Spider-Man, 127 Hours [258][259]
Soleil Moon Frye 1976– American Punky Brewster [260]
Sarah Michelle Gellar 1977– American Buffy the Vampire Slayer [261][262]
Sara Gilbert 1975– American Roseanne [263]
Jessalyn Gilsig 1971– Canadian Nip/Tuck [264]
Elon Gold 1970– American [265]
Iddo Goldberg 1975– Israeli Defiance
Ginnifer Goodwin 1978– American Once Upon a Time [266]
Seth Green 1974– American Robot Chicken, Austin Powers, Family Guy [267][268]
Bryan Greenberg 1978– American Prime [269]
Becky Griffin 1977– American-Israeli [270]
Maggie Gyllenhaal 1977– American The Dark Knight [252][271]
Tiffany Haddish 1979- American-Eritrean Girls Trip [272][273]
Corey Haim 1971–2010 Canadian Lucas, The Lost Boys [274]
Tzachi Halevy 1975– Israeli Bethlehem, Fauda, Mary Magdalene
Chelsea Handler 1975– American Chelsea Lately [275]
Alyson Hannigan 1974– American
Samantha Harris 1973– American [276]
Cole Hauser 1975– American [277][278]
Daniel Hendler 1976– Uruguayan Bottom of the Sea, Family Law [279]
Kate Hudson 1979– American Almost Famous, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days [280]
Oliver Hudson 1976– American [113]
Rashida Jones 1976– American The Office (U.S.), Parks and Recreation [281]
Chris Kattan 1970– American
Omri Katz 1976– American Dallas [282]
Joel Kinnaman 1979– Swedish and American Easy Money, RoboCop [283]
Mia Kirshner 1976– Canadian The L Word, 24 [252]
Alla Korot 1970– Ukrainian-born American [284]
Nick Kroll 1978- American The League, Big Mouth, Kroll Show, The House [285]
Lisa Kushell 1971– American MADtv, co-host of Dinner and a Movie [286]
David Krumholtz 1978– American NUMB3RS [287]
Juliet Landau 1972– American [288][289]
Aaron Lazar 1976– American J. Edgar, The Notorious Bettie Page [290][291]
Yehezkel Lazarov 1974– Israeli
Adam Levine 1979– American The Voice [292]
Jonah Lotan 1973– Israeli-American Hostages
Matt Lucas 1974– British The Infidel [293]
Michael Lucas 1972– Russian-born [294]
Jamie Luner 1971– American Melrose Place [295]
Natasha Lyonne 1979– American American Pie, Orange is the New Black [296]
Gabriel Macht 1972– American [297]
Idina Menzel 1971– American Wicked, Frozen [298]
Adir Miller 1974– Israeli Ramzor
B. J. Novak 1979– American The Office, Inglourious Basterds [299]
Gwyneth Paltrow 1972– American Shakespeare in Love [300][301]
Pink (singer) 1978- American [302]
Adam Pascal 1970– American Rent [303]
Amanda Peet 1972– American [304][305]
Melanie Peres 1971– Israeli
Joaquin Phoenix 1974– Puerto Rican-born American Walk the Line, Gladiator, Joker [306][307][308][309]
Rain Phoenix 1973– American [306][307]
River Phoenix 1970–1993 American Stand by Me [306][307]
Summer Phoenix 1978– American [306][307]
Eyal Podell 1975– Israeli-American
Josh Radnor 1974– American How I Met Your Mother [215]
Michael Rapaport 1970– American Boston Public, Atypical [310]
Lior Raz 1971- Israeli Fauda
Leah Remini 1970– American The King of Queens [311]
Simon Rex 1974– American [312]
Sasha Roiz 1973- Israeli-born Canadian Grimm
Michael Rosenbaum 1972– American Smallville [313]
Tracee Ellis Ross 1972– American Black-ish
Eli Roth 1972– American [314]
Maya Rudolph 1972– American Saturday Night Live [315]
Winona Ryder 1971– American Heathers, Edward Scissorhands, Stranger Things [308][316][317]
Antonio Sabàto Jr 1972– Italian-American
John Safran 1972– Australian [318]
Sarah Saltzberg 1976– American [319]
Andy Samberg 1978– American Saturday Night Live [320]
Fred Savage 1976– American The Wonder Years, The Princess Bride [321][322]
Yuval Segal 1971- Israeli Fauda
Michael Showalter 1970– American [323]
Maggie Siff 1974– American Mad Men, Sons of Anarchy, Push [324]
Sarah Silverman 1970– American The Sarah Silverman Program [325]
Alicia Silverstone 1976– American Clueless, Batman and Robin [326][327]
Estelle Skornik 1971– French Papa and Nicole [328]
Ione Skye 1971– British-born American Say Anything... [329]
Lindsay Sloane 1977– American [330][331]
Bahar Soomekh 1975– Iranian-born American Crash, Saw [332][333]
Tori Spelling 1973– American Beverly Hills 90210 [334][335]
Jordana Spiro 1977– American My Boys [336]
Rachel Stevens 1978– British S Club 7 [337]
Corey Stoll 1976– American North Country, Lucky Number Slevin, House of Cards [338]
Matt Stone 1971– American South Park [339][340]
Danny Strong 1974– American [341]
Tara Strong 1973– Canadian Drawn Together, Ben 10, The Fairly Oddparents, Hamtaro, The Powerpuff Girls, My Little Pony [342]
Kevin Sussman 1970– American Ugly Betty, Burn After Reading [343]
Noa Tishby 1975– Israeli The Island
Mageina Tovah 1979– American [344]
Hilla Vidor 1975- Israeli Hostages
Taika Waititi 1975- New Zealander
Scott Weinger 1975– American Full House, Aladdin [345]
Kevin Weisman 1970– American [346]
Rachel Weisz 1971– British [347][348][349]
Jennifer Westfeldt 1971– American Kissing Jessica Stein [350]
Marissa Jaret Winokur 1973– American Hairspray (stage version) [351]
Noah Wyle 1971– American ER, Falling Skies [352]
Michal Yannai 1972– Israeli-American Avenue Q [353]
Michael Zegen 1979– American Rescue Me, Boardwalk Empire [354]
Nikki Ziering 1971– American [355]
Naor Zion 1973- Israeli Naor's Friends

Born in the 1960s[edit]

Name Years Nationality Prominent roles Jewish lineage References
Paula Abdul 1962– American American Idol [356]
Paul Adelstein 1969– American Prison Break, Private Practice [357]
Ronni Ancona 1968– British (Scottish) [225][358]
Mathieu Amalric 1965– French Munich, Quantum of Solace [359]
Patricia Arquette 1968– American True Romance, Boyhood [360]
Lior Ashkenazi 1969- Israeli Late Marriage, Footnote, Big Bad Wolves, Foxtrot, 7 Days in Entebbe
Yvan Attal 1965– Israeli-French Munich, Rush Hour 3
Hank Azaria 1964– American The Simpsons 2001 Movie Uprising [361]
David Baddiel 1964– British [362]
David Alan Basche 1968– American [363]
Randall Batinkoff 1968– American For Keeps? [364]
H. Jon Benjamin 1966– American Archer, Bob's Burgers [365]
Abraham Benrubi 1969– American ER
Mary Kay Bergman 1961–1999 American South Park [366]
Troy Beyer 1964– American [248]
Craig Bierko 1964– American Cinderella Man [367]
Jack Black 1969– American School of Rock [368]
Yasmine Bleeth 1968– American Baywatch [369]
Kim Bodnia 1965- Danish Pusher, The Bridge, Killing Eve [370]
Lisa Bonet 1967– American Angel Heart, The Cosby Show [371]
Helena Bonham Carter 1966– British Alice in Wonderland, Harry Potter film series, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street [372][373]
Bussunda 1962–2006 Brazilian Casseta & Planeta
Gabrielle Carteris 1961– American Beverly Hills 90210 [374]
Louis C.K. 1967– American [375]
Scott Cohen 1964– American [376]
Mindy Cohn 1966– American The Facts of Life, Scooby-Doo [331]
David Cross 1964– American Arrested Development [377]
Dean Devlin 1962– American [378]
Don Diamont 1961– American The Young and the Restless [379]
Robert Downey, Jr. 1965- American Iron Man, Tropic Thunder, Gothika Father [380]
Julia Louis-Dreyfus 1961- American Seinfeld, Veep Father
Lisa Edelstein 1966– American House [381]
Ronit Elkabetz 1964-2016 Israeli
Jon Favreau 1966– American [382][383]
Vanessa Feltz 1962– British [384]
Dan Futterman 1967– American [385]
Jeff Garlin 1962– American Curb Your Enthusiasm [386]
Brad Garrett 1960– American Everybody Loves Raymond [387]
Gina Gershon 1962– American [388]
Jami Gertz 1965– American [389]
Melissa Gilbert 1964– American [390]
Judy Gold 1962– American [391]
Bill Goldberg 1966– American WCW [392]
Jennifer Grey 1960– American Dirty Dancing, Ferris Bueller's Day Off [393]
Arye Gross 1960– American [394]
Annabelle Gurwitch 1961– American Hostess of TBS's Dinner and a Movie [395]
Evan Handler 1961– American Sex and the City, Californication [396][397]
Jessica Hecht 1965– American [398]
Monica Horan 1963– American Everybody Loves Raymond [345][399]
Helen Hunt 1963– American Mad About You, What Women Want [400]
Jason Isaacs 1963– British Harry Potter, The Patriot, Brotherhood, Star Trek: Discovery [186][401]
Peter Jacobson 1965– American House [402]
Lesli Kay 1965- American The Bold and the Beautiful
Paul Kaye 1964– British [403]
Heather Paige Kent 1969– American [404]
Marc Kudisch 1966– American [405]
Lisa Kudrow 1963– American Friends [406]
John Lehr 1967– American 10 Items or Less Converted to Judaism [336]
Jennifer Jason Leigh 1962– American [43][407]
Paul Lieberstein 1967– American [408]
Joshua Malina 1966– American [409]
Camryn Manheim 1961– American The Practice [410]
Cindy Margolis 1965– American [363]
Julianna Margulies 1966– American ER [411]
Brett Marx 1964– American The Bad News Bears
Marlee Matlin 1965– American Children of a Lesser God [412]
Mathilda May 1965– French Lifeforce
Debra Messing 1968– American Will & Grace [413]
Dina Meyer 1968– American Saw films [414]
Ari Meyers 1969– American Kate & Allie [415]
Sasha Mitchell 1967– American Step by Step [416]
Maia Morgenstern 1962– Romanian The Passion of the Christ [417]
Rob Morrow 1962– American Northern Exposure, Numb3rs [418]
Sophie Okonedo 1969– British Hotel Rwanda [419]
Sarah Jessica Parker 1965– American Sex and the City, New Year's Eve, Footloose [420][421]
Sean Penn 1960– American Milk, Mystic River, Carlito's Way [308][422]
Tracy Pollan 1960 American Family Ties
Jeremy Piven 1965– American Entourage [423]
Rain Pryor 1969– American [424]
Ted Raimi 1965– American [425]
Adam Rich 1968– American Eight is Enough
Paul Rudd 1969– American Antman, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up [426][427]
Adam Sandler 1966– American Billy Madison, Click, Grown Ups, Happy Gilmore, You Don't Mess with the Zohan
Rebecca Schaeffer 1967–1989 American
Rob Schneider 1963– American Deuce Bigelow: Male Gigolo [428]
Bitty Schram 1968– American [429]
Liev Schreiber 1967– American Ray Donovan [430]
Scott Schwartz 1968– American A Christmas Story, The Toy
David Schwimmer 1966– American Friends [431]
Sam Seder 1966– American [432]
Kyra Sedgwick 1965– American [419]
Ally Sheedy 1962– American The Breakfast Club, St. Elmo's Fire [433]
Ben Shenkman 1968– American Angels in America, Then She Found Me [434]
Pauly Shore 1968– American Encino Man, Son in Law, Bio-Dome [435]
Jonathan Silverman 1966– American [436]
Laura Silverman 1966– American The Sarah Silverman Program, The Comeback
Meskie Shibru-Sivan 1967- Ethiopian-born Israeli
Helen Slater 1963– American [437]
Georgia Slowe 1966– British [438]
Rena Sofer 1968– American [439]
Israel Sonnenschein 1962– German Finale [440]
Jon Stewart 1962– American The Daily Show [441]
Ben Stiller 1965– American Keeping the Faith, Zoolander, Tower Heist [442]
Michael Stuhlbarg 1968– American A Serious Man, Boardwalk Empire [443]
Michael Vartan 1968– French-American actor Alias [444]
Jean-Claude Van Damme 1960– Belgian
Alex Winter 1965– British-born American actor Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, The Lost Boys [445]
Scott Wolf 1968– American Party of Five [446]
Ian Ziering 1964– American Beverly Hills 90210, Sharknado [276][447]
Ayelet Zurer 1969– Israeli Ben Hur, Munich, Vantage Point

Born in the 1950s[edit]

Name Years Nationality/profession Prominent roles Jewish lineage References
Caroline Aaron 1952– American actress and producer Wings [448]
Jason Alexander 1959– American actor Seinfeld [449]
Adam Arkin 1956– American television, film, and stage actor Chicago Hope [450]
Tom Arnold 1959– American actor and comedian Converted to Judaism [451]
Rosanna Arquette 1959– American actress, film director, and film producer [452]
Ellen Barkin 1954– American actress [453]
Roseanne Barr 1952– American actress, writer, talk-show host and comedian Roseanne [454]
Steven Bauer 1956– Cuban-born American actor Ray Donovan, Scarface
Robby Benson 1956– American actor, former teen idol Beauty and the Beast [455]
Sandra Bernhard 1955– American actress and comedian [456]
Leslie Hoffman 1955– American stuntwoman and actress Nightmare on Elm Street, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, First Stuntwoman elected to the SAG Board of Directors
Mike Binder 1958– American screenwriter, film director and actor [457]
Kate Capshaw 1953– American actress Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Converted to Judaism [458]
Allan Corduner 1950– British television, film, and stage actor Topsy Turvy, Defiance
Katie Couric 1957– American media personality Shark Tale Jewish mother [459]
Jamie Lee Curtis 1958– American film actress, successful writer Halloween [460]
Daniel Day-Lewis 1957– British-born Academy Award–winning actor Lincoln Mother (Jill Balcon) [461]
Ted Levine 1957- American actor The Silence of the Lambs [462]
Fran Drescher 1957– American film and television actress The Nanny, Saturday Night Fever, Cadillac Man [463]
Susie Essman 1955– American stand-up comedian, television and film actress Curb Your Enthusiasm [464]
Tovah Feldshuh 1952– American actress, singer, and playwright [465]
Harvey Fierstein 1954– American actor, author, and singer [466]
Al Franken 1951– American comedian, actor, author, politician Saturday Night Live [467]
Stephen Fry 1957– British comedian, author, actor and filmmaker Mother [468]
Mira Furlan 1955– Croatian actress/singer [469]
Uri Gavriel 1955– Israeli actor House of Saddam, The Syrian Bride, The Dark Knight Rises, Fauda
Brian George 1952– Canadian, British-Israeli actor [470]
Joanna Gleason 1950– Canadian-born actress [405]
Jeff Goldblum 1952– American Academy Award–nominated film actor [471]
Henry Goodman 1950– British theatre actor [472]
Steve Guttenberg 1958– American actor [473]
Mary Hart 1950– American former actress and television personality Entertainment Tonight [474]
Nina Hartley 1959– American adult film actress [475]
Ofra Haza 1957–2000 Israeli actress, singer-songwriter The Prince of Egypt
Dominique Horwitz 1957– French actor Anne Frank: The Whole Story, Shooting Dogs [476][477]
Amy Irving 1953– American actress [478]
Moshe Ivgy 1953– Moroccan-born Israeli actor Haborer, Zaguri Imperia
Ron Jeremy 1953– American adult film actor [479]
Toni Kalem 1956– American film, television actress, screenwriter and director [480]
Carol Kane 1952– American Academy Award–nominated actress [481]
Julie Kavner 1950– American film/television actress Voice of Marge on The Simpsons [482]
Richard Kind 1956– American actor
Stepfanie Kramer 1956– American actress Hunter [483]
John Landis 1950– American actor, director, writer, and producer [484]
Hana Laszlo 1953– Israeli actress
Carol Leifer 1956– American comedian and actress [485]
Dani Levy 1957– Swiss/German filmmaker, theatrical director, actor [486]
Jon Lovitz 1957– American actor and comedian [487]
Joan Lunden 1950– American broadcaster, who also acted Good Morning America [488]
Howie Mandel 1955– Canadian comedian and actor [489]
Dinah Manoff 1958– American actress Grease, I Ought to Be in Pictures, Empty Nest
Melanie Mayron 1952– American actress and director Thirtysomething [490]
Fred Melamed 1956– American actor and writer A Serious Man [491]
Kay Mellor 1950– British actress, scriptwriter and director [492]
Juliano Mer-Khamis 1958-2011– Israeli-Palestinian
Larry Miller 1953– American stand-up comedian, actor [493]
Rick Moranis 1953– Canadian comic actor [494]
Moni Moshonov 1951– Bulgarian-Israeli actor
Don Most 1953– American actor Happy Days [345][495]
Yigal Naor 1958- Israeli actor Munich, Rendition, House of Saddam, Green Zone
Judd Nelson 1959– American actor The Breakfast Club
Bebe Neuwirth 1958– American Tony Award–winning theater, television, and film [496]
Laraine Newman 1952– American comedian and actress [497]
Ken Olin 1954– American actor, director and producer [498]
Mandy Patinkin 1952– American actor of stage and screen [499]
Lorna Patterson 1956– American film, stage and television actress Convert [500]
David Paymer 1954– American character actor [501]
Ron Perlman 1950– American film/television actor Hellboy [502]
Kevin Pollak 1957– American actor, impressionist and comedian [503]
Paul Reiser 1957– American actor, author and stand-up comedian Mad About You [504]
Paul Reubens 1952– American actor and comedian Pee-Wee Herman
Tanya Roberts 1955– American actress Charlie's Angels [176]
Alan Rosenberg 1950– American actor of stage and screen [505]
Cecilia Roth 1956– Argentine actress What Have I Done to Deserve This?, Antigua, My Life [506][507]
Katey Sagal 1954– American actress, singer, and writer Married... with Children, Futurama, Sons of Anarchy [264]
Bob Saget 1956– American actor, stand-up comedian and game show host Full House, How I Met Your Mother [508]
Herschel Savage 1955– American adult film actor and director [509]
Alexei Sayle 1952– British actor The Young Ones
Richard Schiff 1955– American actor The Good Doctor (TV series), The West Wing [510]
Jerry Seinfeld 1954– American comedian, actor, and writer Seinfeld [431]
Jane Seymour 1951– British-born film/television actress Father [511]
Wendie Jo Sperber 1958–2005 American television/movie actress [512]
Daniel Stern 1957– American actor Home Alone, City Slickers [186]
Howard Stern 1954– American radio and TV personality [186]
Stephen Tobolowsky 1951– American actor Groundhog Day [513]
Robert Trebor 1953– American actor Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess [514]
Debra Winger 1955– American Academy Award–nominated actress [515]
Mare Winningham 1959– American film and television actress Converted to Judaism [516]

Born in the 1940s[edit]

Elliott Gabler 1948- American/actor/production engineer/producer/director/9 Emmy Awards, 1 Chicago Film Festival Award Mr Roger's Neighborhood, Romper Room, Masterpiece. Theater, A Woman's World, The Great American Dream Machine Jewish Mother and father / and all four grandparents (emigrees from Russia, Ukraine & Hungary) Elliott Gabler
Harvey Atkin 1942–2017 Canadian actor Cagney & Lacey, The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!
Bob Balaban 1945– American actor and director [517]
Richard Belzer 1944– American stand up comedian, writer and actor Homicide: Life on the Street, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit [431]
Jeannie Berlin 1949- Actress American Academy Award-nominated actress
Albert Brooks 1947– American Academy Award–nominated actor, writer, comedian and director Finding Nemo [518]
James Caan 1940– American Academy Award, Emmy and Golden Globe–nominated film, stage and television actor Misery [519]
Nell Carter 1948–2003 American Tony Award–winning singer and film, stage, and television actress Converted to Judaism [345][520]
Peter Coyote 1941– American actor and author [521]
Billy Crystal 1948– American actor, writer, producer, comedian and film director When Harry Met Sally, Monsters, Inc. [522][523]
Larry David 1947– American Emmy-winning actor, writer, comedian, producer and film director Seinfeld & Curb Your Enthusiasm [524]
Neil Diamond 1941– American singer, guitarist
Michael Douglas 1944– American actor and producer, Academy Award Winner Wall Street, Fatal Attraction Jewish father [308][525]
Richard Dreyfuss 1947– American actor, Academy Award winner Jaws [526]
Bob Dylan 1941– American singer-songwriter, author, musician and poet, also appeared in several films [527]
Bob Einstein 1942–2019 American writer and comedian, known as Super Dave Osborne.
Predrag Ejdus 1947–2018 Serbian actor
Richard Elfman 1949– American film director, writer and actor [528]
Harrison Ford 1942– American Academy Award–nominated actor Star Wars, Indiana Jones Mother [295][308]
Bonnie Franklin 1944–2013 American actress [345][529]
Victor Garber 1949– Canadian Emmy award nominated film, stage and television actor and singer Alias [530]
Paul Michael Glaser 1943– American actor Starsky & Hutch [531]
Scott Glenn 1941– American actor [532]
Susan Gordon 1949–2011 American child actress The Twilight Zone, The Five Pennies [533]

Christopher Guest

1948– American actor/director [534]
Larry Hankin 1940– American actor/comedian [535]
Goldie Hawn 1945– American Academy Award–winning film actress, director and producer Presbyterian father, Jewish mother [536]
Anthony Heald 1944– American television and stage actor [537]
Dan Hedaya 1940– American character actor [538]
Barbara Hershey 1948– American actress, known for her many film roles [113]
Xaviera Hollander 1943– Indonesia-born call girl, madam and actress [539]
Ricky Jay 1948– American professional sleight-of-hand artist, actor, and author
Madeline Kahn 1942–1999 American Academy Award–nominated actress of film, television, and theater [540]
Gabe Kaplan 1945– American actor, comedian, and professional poker player Welcome Back, Kotter [541]
Andy Kaufman 1949–1984 American entertainer Taxi [542]
Judy Kaye 1948– American Tony Award–winning singer and actress [543]
Lainie Kazan 1940– American actress and singer [544]
Robert Klein 1942– American stand-up comedian and occasional actor [545]
Richard Kline 1944– American actor and television director [546]
Jeroen Krabbé 1944– Dutch actor The Living Daylights, The Fugitive
Sherry Lansing 1944– American former CEO of Paramount Studios [547]
Michael Lembeck 1948– American actor and director [500]
Michael Lerner 1941– American actor Barton Fink [548]
Eugene Levy 1946– Canadian actor, director, producer and writer American Pie [534]
Richard Lewis 1947– American comedian and actor Curb Your Enthusiasm [549]
Judith Light 1949– American actress Who's the Boss?
Maureen Lipman 1946– British film, television & theatre actress [550]
Peggy Lipton 1947–2019 American television actress and socialite The Mod Squad [551]
Stephen Macht 1942 American actor [552]
Miriam Margolyes 1941– British-Australian character actress [553]
Richard Masur 1948– American actor [529]
Bette Midler 1945– American singer, actress, and comedian, also known as "The Divine Miss M" [554]
Frank Oz 1944– British-born American film director, actor and puppeteer Yoda in the Star Wars films, The Muppets [555]
Rhea Perlman 1948– American actress Cheers [345]
David Proval 1942– American actor The Sopranos [556]
Gilda Radner 1946–1989 American comedian and actress Saturday Night Live [557]
Harold Ramis 1944–2014 American actor, director, and writer Ghostbusters [558]
Eva Ras 1941- Serbian actress
Harry Reems 1947– American theater and adult film actor [559]
Rob Reiner 1947– American actor, director, producer, writer and anti-tobacco activist, son of Carl Reiner All in the Family [560]
Peter Riegert 1947– American film/television actor [561]
Saul Rubinek 1948– Canadian actor [citation needed]
Seka Sablić 1942- Serbian actress
Garry Shandling 1949–2016 American comedian and actor [562]
Wallace Shawn 1943– American actor and writer The Princess Bride, Toy Story [563]
Harry Shearer 1943– American comedic actor, voice artist extraordinaire, and writer The Simpsons [564][565]
Sir Antony Sher 1949– South African-born British actor [566]
Ron Silver 1946–2009 American film/television actor The West Wing, Reversal of Fortune
Steve Somers 1947– American sports personality, radio host [567]
Brent Spiner 1949– American actor Star Trek: The Next Generation [568]
Ben Stein 1944– American lawyer, economist, law professor, actor, comedian, and former White House speechwriter Ferris Bueller's Day Off [569]
David Steinberg 1942– Canadian actor
Jill St. John 1940– American actress

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Marcia Strassman 1948–2014 American actress Welcome Back, Kotter [571]
Barbra Streisand 1942– American two-time Academy Award–winning singer, theatre and film actress, composer, film producer and director [572]
Jeffrey Tambor 1944– American film/television actor Hellboy, Arrested Development [573]
Jessica Walter 1941– American film, stage, and television actress Arrested Development [574]
Zoë Wanamaker 1949– American-born British actress Harry Potter [575][576]
Lesley Ann Warren 1946– American Academy Award–nominated stage, film and television actress [577]
Bruce Weitz 1943- American actor Hill Street Blues, General Hospital [citation needed]
Anson Williams 1949– American actor Happy Days [345][495]
Henry Winkler 1945– American actor, director, producer and author Happy Days [345][495]

Born in the 1930s[edit]

Name Years Nationality/profession Prominent roles Jewish lineage References
Anouk Aimée 1932– French film actress Converted to Judaism [523]
Woody Allen 1935– American Academy Award–winning film director, writer, actor, and comedian [578]
Gila Almagor 1939– Israeli film actress Munich [citation needed]
Alan Arkin 1934– American Academy Award–winning film actor, director [579]
Barbara Bain 1931– American actress [345]
Barbara Barrie 1931– American actress and author [482]
Richard Benjamin 1938– American actor and film director [523]
Steven Berkoff 1937– British actor, writer and director [580]
Claire Bloom 1931– British film and stage actress [citation needed]
Bernard Bresslaw 1934–1993 British comedian and actor [225]
May Britt 1933– Swedish film actress Converted to Judaism [citation needed]
Eleanor Bron 1938– British actress [225]
Dyan Cannon 1937– American three-time Academy Award–nominated film and television actress, editor, producer and director Mother [581]
Eddie Carmel 1936–1972 American entertainer known as "The Jewish Giant" [582]
Joan Collins 1933– British actress and author Father [583]
Jerry Douglas 1932– American television actress The Young and the Restless [584]
Herb Edelman 1933-1996 American stage, film, and television actor The Golden Girls [citation needed]
Marty Feldman 1934–1982 British writer, comedian and film and television actor [225]
Sami Frey 1937 French actor and director [citation needed]
Yehoram Gaon 1939– Israeli actor and musician
Elliott Gould 1938– American actor [585]
Charles Grodin 1935– American actor and former cable talk show host [586]
Judd Hirsch 1935– American actor Taxi, NUMB3RS [488]
Dustin Hoffman 1937– American two-time Oscar-winning actor [587]
Tony Jay 1933–2006 British-born American actor [588]
Jerome Charles Kattan 1937– American
Harvey Keitel 1939– Academy Award–nominated American actor Taxi Driver, Pulp Fiction, U-571 [589]
Walter Koenig 1936– American actor, writer, teacher and director Star Trek [345][590]
Susan Kohner 1936– American Academy Award–nominated, Golden Globe–winning American actress Father [591]
Yaphet Kotto 1937– American actor [592]
Michael Landon 1936–1991 American actor, producer and director Father [593]
Louise Lasser 1939– American stage/film/television actress Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman [594]
Piper Laurie 1932– American actress Carrie (1976) [595]
Linda Lavin 1937– American Tony Award and Golden Globe Award–winning stage, film and television actress and singer [596]
Steve Lawrence 1935– American singer and actor The Carol Burnett Show [citation needed]
Shari Lewis 1933–1998 American ventriloquist, puppeteer, singer, actress, and children's television show host, popular during the 1960s [597]
Hal Linden 1931– American actor and television director [598]
Tina Louise 1934– American model, singer, and film and television actress [345][599]
Jackie Mason 1931– American stand-up comedian/actor [600]
Elaine May 1932– American screenwriter, film director, actress, and comedian A New Leaf (film) Mother, Father
Paul Mazursky 1930–2014 American film director and actor [601]
Shelley Morrison 1936–2019 American actress [602]
Nadira 1932–2006 Indian Bollywood actress [603]
Derren Nesbitt 1935– English actor
Anthony Newley 1931–1999 British actor, singer & songwriter [225]
Barry Newman 1931– American actor [604]
Leonard Nimoy 1931–2015 American actor, film director, poet, musician and photographer [605]
Alan Oppenheimer 1930– American actor [citation needed]
Noam Pitlik 1932–1999 Emmy-winning American actor and television director [citation needed]
Ron Rifkin 1939– American actor, director [498]
Joan Rivers 1933–2014 American comedian, actress, talk show host, and celebrity [606]
Andrew Sachs 1930–2016 German-born British actor [225]
George Segal 1934– American film and stage actor [523]
William Shatner 1931– Canadian Emmy and Golden Globe Award–winning actor [607]
Susan Strasberg 1938–1999 American actress In Praise of Older Women [citation needed]
Janet Suzman 1939– South African actress and director [608]
Dame Elizabeth Taylor 1932–2011 British-American Academy Award–winner, film actress & humanitarian Converted to Judaism [609][610][611]
Renée Taylor 1933- American-Born actress The Nanny [citation needed]
Chaim Topol 1935– Israeli theatrical and film performer [523]
Al Waxman 1935–2001 Canadian actor King of Kensington
Gene Wilder 1933–2016 American actor and comedian [citation needed]
Mike & Bernie Winters 1926-2013
1930–1991
British double act of comedians (brothers) [225]
Henry Woolf 1930– British actor The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Superman III [citation needed]

Born in the 1920s[edit]

Name Years Nationality/profession Prominent roles Jewish lineage References
Jerry Adler 1929– American actor The Sopranos, Rescue Me, Prime [612]
Ed Ames 1927– American singer and actor [613]
Beatrice Arthur 1922–2009 American actress [345][614]
Ed Asner 1929– American actor [615]
Lauren Bacall 1924–2014 American Golden Globe and Tony Award–winning, and Academy Award–nominated, film and stage actress [616]
John Barrard 1924–2013 English actor Santa Claus: The Movie
Alfie Bass 1921–1987 British character actor [617]
Julian Beck 1925–1985 American actor, director, poet, and painter [618]
Shelley Berman 1926–2017 American comedian, writer, teacher, and actor [619]
Herschel Bernardi 1923–1986 American film, Broadway and television actor [620]
Turhan Bey 1922–2012 Austrian-American actor
Theodore Bikel 1924–2015 Austrian-born British character actor, folk singer and musician [621]
Larry Blyden 1925–1975 American actor [622]
Lloyd Bochner 1924–2005 Canadian film and television actor [623]
Tom Bosley 1927–2010 American film/television actor Happy Days [624]
Mel Brooks 1926– American EGOT–winning actor, writer, director and producer [625]
June Brown 1927– British actress EastEnders
Lenny Bruce 1925–1966 American actor, stand-up comedian, writer, social critic and satirist [626]
Susan Cabot 1927–1986 American actress [627]
Sid Caesar 1922–2014 American comic actor and writer [628]
Robert Clary 1926– French-born American actor, published author, and lecturer [345][629]
Tony Curtis 1925–2010 American actor [630]
Rodney Dangerfield 1921–2004 American comedian and actor [631]
Sammy Davis Jr. 1925–1990 American entertainer Member of the "Rat Pack" Converted to Judaism [610][632]
Peter Falk 1927–2011 American actor Columbo [633]
Leonard Fenton 1926– British actor EastEnders [634]
Fenella Fielding 1927–2018 British actress [225]
Fyvush Finkel 1923–2016 American actor [635]
Eddie Fisher 1928–2010 American singer Father of Carrie Fisher
Estelle Getty 1923–2008 American actress The Golden Girls [345]
David Graham 1925– British actor Stingray, Thunderbirds
Lee Grant 1925– American Academy Award–winning theater, film and television actress, and film director [523]
Buddy Hackett 1924–2003 American comedian and actor [636]
Monty Hall 1921–2017 Canadian-born actor, singer and sportscaster Let's Make a Deal [637]
Estelle Harris 1928- American-born actress, daughter of Polish Jewish immigrants Seinfeld
Laurence Harvey 1928–1973 Lithuanian-born actor, achieved fame in British and American films [225]
Steven Hill 1922–2016 American film and television actor [638]
Judy Holliday 1921–1965 American Academy Award–winning actress and singer [639][640]
Miriam Karlin 1925–2011 British actress The Rag Trade [225]
Alan King 1927–2004 American comedian and actor [641]
Werner Klemperer 1920–2000 German-born American Emmy Award–winning comedic actor [345][642]
Jack Klugman 1922–2012 American actor [643]
Harvey Korman 1927–2008 American actor [644]
Martin Landau 1928-2017 American Academy Award–winning American film and television actor [645]
Stan Lee 1922-

2018

American comic-book writer, editor, film executive producer, actor, and publisher. Marvel, Himself Romanian Jewish
Al Lewis 1920–2006 American actor Best known as Grandpa Munster [345]
Jerry Lewis 1926–2017 American comedian, actor, film producer, writer and director known for his slapstick humor and his charity fund-raising telethons [632]
Bill Macy 1922– American actor Maude [345][646]
Ross Martin 1920–1981 Polish-born American TV and film actor Wild Wild West
Walter Matthau 1920–2000 American Academy Award–winning actor [647]
Anne Meara 1929–2015 American comedian and actress; partner and wife of Jerry Stiller Converted to Judaism [648]
Sylvia Miles 1924– American actress
Warren Mitchell 1926–2015 British-Australian actor [649]
Yvonne Mitchell 1925–1979 British stage, television and film actress [523]
Marilyn Monroe 1926–1962 American actress, singer and model Converted to Judaism [610]
Ron Moody 1924–2015 British film actor Oliver! [225]
Chesty Morgan 1928– Polish-born American actress/ exotic entertainer [650]
Aubrey Morris 1926–2015 British actor
Wolfe Morris 1925–1996 British actor
Vic Morrow 1929–1982 American actor [407][651]
Paul Newman 1925–2008 American Academy and Golden Globe Award–winning actor, director Father was Jewish [652]
Charlotte Rae 1926–2018 American actress and singer The Facts of Life
Tony Randall 1920–2004 American actor [653]
Carl Reiner 1922– American actor, film director, producer, writer and comedian [654]
Regina Resnik 1922–2013 American opera singer and actress [655]
Don Rickles 1926–2017 American comedian, film actor, and voice actor [656]
Doris Roberts 1925–2016 American Emmy Award–winning actress Everybody Loves Raymond [657]
Fred Sadoff 1926–1994 American actor South Pacific
Marian Seldes 1928-2014 American radio, stage, television, and film actress Home Alone 3 Daughter of George Seldes; she self-identified as Jewish
Peter Sellers 1925–1980 British comedian, actor, and performer Mother [658]
Rod Serling 1924–1975 American screenwriter and actor The Twilight Zone, Night Gallery [659]
Cyril Shaps 1923–2003 English actor Doctor Who, The Liver Birds
Simone Signoret 1921–1985 French Academy Award–winning actress Father [523]
Carmen Silvera 1922–2002 British actress 'Allo 'Allo!
Jerry Stiller 1927– American comedian and actor Seinfeld [648]
Mel Tormé 1925–1999 American actor and singer Known as one of the great male jazz singers [660][661]
Harry Towb 1925–2009 Northern Irish actor
Abe Vigoda 1921–2016 American film/television actor The Godfather, Barney Miller [345]
Shelley Winters 1920–2006 American two-time Academy Award–winning actress [662][663]

Born in the 1910s[edit]

Name Years Nationality/profession Prominent roles Jewish lineage References
Mason Adams 1919–2005 American character actor [664]
Jean-Pierre Aumont 1911–2001 French-born actor [665]
Martin Balsam 1919–1996 American actor, Academy award winner A Thousand Clowns
John Banner 1910–1973 Austrian/American actor Hogan's Heroes [345][666]
Red Buttons 1919–2006 American Academy Award–winning comedian and actor [667]
Kitty Carlisle Hart 1910–2007 American singer, actress, and spokeswoman for the arts [668]
William Castle 1914-1977 American actor and filmmaker
Jeff Chandler 1918-1961 American film actor
Lee J. Cobb 1911–1976 American film actor, Academy Award–nominated [523]
Arnold Diamond 1915–1992 English actor In Sickness and in Health
Anton Diffring 1916–1989 German actor
Kirk Douglas 1916–2020 American film star Spartacus [669]
Rahela Ferari 1911–1994 Serbian actor
Eva Gabor 1919–1995 Hungarian-American socialite, film star Aristocats, Gigi, Star Spangled Rhythm, etc. [670]
Zsa Zsa Gabor 1917–2016 Hungarian-American socialite, film star, former beauty queen (Moulin Rouge 1952) [670]
John Garfield 1913–1952 American actor, 1940s film star [671]
Henry Gilbert 1913–1973 English-Australian actor Long John Silver
Paulette Goddard 1910–1990 American Oscar-nominated film and theatre actress Father [672]
Lorne Greene 1915–1987 Canadian actor known for roles on American television [673]
Sid James 1913–1976 British film and television actor and comedian Carry On films, Hancock's Half Hour [674]
Danny Kaye 1913–1987 American film actor, singer and comedian [675]
David Kossoff 1919–2005 British actor The Larkins, A Kid for Two Farthings, The Bespoke Overcoat, Freud: The Secret Passion, The Mouse that Roared, The Mouse on the Moon [676]
Hedy Lamarr 1913–2000 Austrian born actress
Marc Lawrence 1910–2005 American character actor [677]
Tutte Lemkow 1918–1991 Norwegian actor Fiddler on the Roof
Zero Mostel 1915–1977 American stage and film actor [678]
Leila Mourad 1891–1951 Egyptian actress and singer [679]
Jan Murray 1916–2006 American stand-up comedian, actor [680]
Nehemiah Persoff 1919– American character actor
Hana Maria Pravda 1916–2008 Czechoslovakian actress
Luise Rainer 1910–2014 German-born British-based American two-time Academy Award–winning film actress [681][682]
Lillian Roth 1910–1980 American singer and actress, noted performer on Broadway [683]
Dinah Shore 1916–1994 American singer and actress [684][685]
Sylvia Sidney 1910–1999 American stage, film, and television actress [686][687]
Phil Silvers 1911–1985 American entertainer and comedy actor [688]
Zypora Spaisman 1916–2002 Polish-American Yiddish theater actress and empresaria [689]
Milo Sperber 1911–1992 Polish actor The Spy Who Loved Me, Are You Being Served?
Harold J. Stone 1913–2005 American film and television character actor [690]
Alan Tilvern 1918–2003 British actor Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Mike Wallace 1918–2012 American journalist, who briefly acted during the 1940s [691]
Eli Wallach 1915–2014 American film, TV and stage actor The Magnificent Seven, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, The Godfather III [692]
Sam Wanamaker 1919–1993 American actor and director [693]
Cornel Wilde 1912-1989 American actor
Joseph Wiseman 1918–2009 Canadian actor Dr. No

Born in the 1900s[edit]

Name Years Nationality/profession Prominent roles Jewish lineage References
Stella Adler 1901–1992 American actress For decades regarded as America's foremost acting teacher [694]
Jack Albertson 1907–1981 American actor Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory [345]
Morey Amsterdam 1908–1996 American actor The Dick Van Dyke Show [695]
Leon Askin 1907–2005 Austrian actor [345][696]
Bea Benaderet 1906-1968 American actress
Milton Berle 1908–2002 American comedian and actor [697]
Joe Besser 1907–1988 American comedian and actor One of the Three Stooges comedy team from 1955 to 1958 [369]
Mel Blanc 1908–1989 American voice actor Voice of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck [698]
Ricardo Cortez 1900–1977 American silent film star, known as a "Latin lover" type [699][700]
Howard Da Silva 1909–1986 American film actor [523]
Melvyn Douglas 1901–1981 American actor, won all three of the entertainment industries' highest awards, two Oscars, a Tony and an Emmy Father [701][702]
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 1909–2000 Gunga Din (1939)
Larry Fine 1902–1975 American comedian and actor One of the Three Stooges comedy team [369]
Leo Genn 1905–1978 British actor
John Houseman 1902–1988 American actor. Academy Award winner The Paper Chase (1973) Father
Curly Howard 1903–1952 American comedian and actor One of the Three Stooges comedy team from 1932 to 1946, brother of Moe and Shemp Howard [369]
Sam Levene 1905–1980 Russian/American stage and film actor [703]
Peter Lorre 1904–1964 Hungarian-born stage and screen actor Casablanca (1942) [704]
Zeppo Marx 1901–1979 American comedian and actor One of the Marx Brothers [705]
Sanford Meisner 1905–1997 American actor
Otto Preminger 1905–1986 Austrian director and actor Stalag 17 (1953)
Lee Strasberg 1901–1982 American actor
Herman Yablokoff 1903–1981 American stage actor, singer, composer, poet, director and producer of Yiddish theatre Papirossen (1935) [706]

Born in the 1890s[edit]

Name Years Nationality/profession Prominent roles Jewish lineage References
Jack Benny 1894–1974 American comedian, vaudeville performer, and radio, television, and film actor [707]
Gertrude Berg 1899–1966 American radio and television actress [708]
Elisabeth Bergner 1897–1986 Austrian film actress [709]
Fanny Brice 1891–1951 American comedian, singer, and entertainer [710]
George Burns 1896–1996 American comedian and actor [711]
Eddie Cantor 1892–1964 American comedian, singer, actor, songwriter One of the most popular entertainers in the U.S. in the early and middle 20th century [712]
Michael Chekov 1891–1955 Russian-American Academy Award–nominated actor, director Nephew of Anton Chekhov, protege of Constantin Stanislavki
Hermione Gingold 1897–1987 British actress [713]
Harold Goldblatt 1899–1982 (Northern) Irish actor A Night to Remember [714]
Jetta Goudal 1891–1985 Dutch-American actress [715]
Leslie Howard 1893–1943 British film actor Gone with the Wind [225][716]
Moe Howard 1897–1975 American comedian and actor The "leader" of the Three Stooges comedy team, brother of Curly and Shemp Howard [369]
Shemp Howard 1895–1955 American comedian and actor Part of the Three Stooges comedy team until 1932 and from 1946 to 1955, brother of Curly and Moe Howard [369]
Sam Jaffe 1891–1984 American film and stage actor Academy Award–nominated [523]
Ida Kaminska 1899–1980 Polish Academy Award–nominated actress [523]
Francis Lederer 1899–2000 Czech-born actor [717][718]
Ernst Lubitsch 1892-1947 German-American filmmaker and actor
Lilyan Tashman 1896–1934 American actor
Groucho Marx 1890–1977 American comedian and actor Worked both with his siblings, the Marx Brothers, and on his own [705]
Gummo Marx 1893–1977 American comedian and actor One of the Marx Brothers [705]
Solomon Mikhoels 1890–1948 Soviet actor and director in Yiddish theater Chairman of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee [719]
Martin Miller 1899–1969 Czech actor The Pink Panther
Paul Muni 1895–1967 American Academy Award– and Tony Award–winning actor [720]
Carmel Myers 1899–1980 American silent film actress [721]
Irving Pichel 1891–1954 American actor and director Dracula's Daughter
Molly Picon 1898–1992 American star of stage, screen and television [722]
Gregory Ratoff 1893–1960 Russian-American actor, director and producer All About Eve
Edward G. Robinson 1893–1973 American stage and film actor [723]
Joseph Schildkraut 1896–1964 Austrian-born stage and film actor [724]
Meier Tzelniker 1894–1980 British actor Appeared in Yiddish theatre [725]

Born in the 1880s[edit]

Name Years Nationality/profession Prominent roles Jewish lineage References
Broncho Billy Anderson 1880–1971 American actor, writer, director, and producer Perhaps best known as the first star of the Western film genre [726]
Theda Bara 1885–1955 American silent film actress Known as the first screen "Vamp" [727]
Cecil B. DeMille 1881–1959 American director and filmmaker Mother
Douglas Fairbanks 1883–1939 American actor Father [705]
Menahem Gnessin 1882–1952 Jewish actor and Hebrew language instructor [728]
Al Jolson 1886–1950 American singer and actor [729]
Chico Marx 1887–1961 American comedian and actor One of the Marx Brothers [705]
Harpo Marx 1888–1964 American comedian and actor One of the Marx Brothers [705]
Ida Rubinstein 1885–1960 Famous Russian Belle Époque beauty [730]
Ludwig Stössel 1883-1973 Austrian actor
Sophie Tucker 1884–1966 American actress, singer and comedian [731]
Erich von Stroheim 1885–1957 Austrian-born filmmaker and actor [732]
Ed Wynn 1886–1966 American comedian and actor [523]
S. Z. Sakall 1883-1955 Hungarian-American character actor Casablanca

Born in the mid-19th century[edit]

Name Years Nationality/profession Prominent roles Jewish lineage References
Jacob Pavlovitch Adler 1855–1926 Russian-born (later American) actor, a star of the Yiddish theatre [733]
Oscar Beregi Sr. 1876-1965 Hungarian stage and film actor Father of Oscar Beregi
Sarah Bernhardt 1844–1923 French stage actress [734]
Anna Held 1872–1918 Polish-born stage performer Most often associated with impresario Florenz Ziegfeld, her common-law husband [735]
Adah Isaacs Menken 1835–1868 American actress and poet [736]
Alla Nazimova 1879–1945 American theater and film actress, scriptwriter, and producer [737]
Henriette Nissen-Saloman 1819–1879 Swedish singer and actress
Rachel 1820–1858 French stage actress [738]
Rudolph Schildkraut 1862–1930 Austrian-American theater and film actor Father of Joseph Schildkraut
Al Shean 1868–1949 German-American actor and comedian Uncle of the Marx Brothers
Boris Thomashefsky 1868–1939 Ukrainian-born (later American) singer and actor [739]
Rudolph Marks circa 1867–1930 Ukrainian-born (later American) actor, comedian and playwright [740][741]

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