List of Jewish actors

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Each entry should be accompanied by a reliable source identifying the individual as a Jewish actor. For more information on why reliable sources may consider a person Jewish, see Who is a Jew?. Ideally, the best source of this information is self-identification by the person himself; however, in some cases, sources may identify the person as Jewish by virtue of one or more parents being Jewish or by conversion to Judaism. These must be recorded in the list along with the source.

This table is organized chronologically, listing people by decade of birth.

Contents

Born in the 1990s

Name Years Nationality Prominent Roles Other Notes 
Jonah Bobo 1997– American Zathura [1][2]
Flora Cross 1993– French-born American Bee Season [3]
Esti Ginzburg 1990– Israeli Twelve [4]
Zachary Gordon 1998- American Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Alexander Gould 1994– American Finding Nemo, Weeds [5]
Logan Lerman 1992– American Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief [6][7]
Jonathan Lipnicki 1990– American Jerry Maguire, Like Mike [8]
James Maslow 1990– American Big Time Rush
Sarah Ramos 1991– American American Dreams [9]
Daryl Sabara 1992– American Spy Kids series [10]
Adiel Stein 1991– American Stolen Summer [11]
Gregg Sulkin 1992– British Avalon High [12]
Matt Weinberg 1990– American Haunted Lighthouse [13]
Zoe Weizenbaum 1991– American Memoirs of a Geisha [14]
Alex Wolff 1997– American The Naked Brothers Band [15]
Nat Wolff 1994– American The Naked Brothers Band [15]

Born in the 1980s

Name Years Nationality Prominent Roles Other Notes
Dianna Agron 1986– American Glee [16][17]
Justin Berfield 1986– American Malcolm in the Middle [18]
Rachel Bilson 1981– American The O.C., The Last Kiss [19][20]
Alison Brie 1983– American Community, Mad Men [21]
Amanda Bynes 1986– American She's the Man, Hairspray, The Amanda Show [22]
Lizzy Caplan 1982– American Mean Girls, Cloverfield, Party Down, True Blood [23]
Matt Cohen 1982– American South of Nowhere [24]
Lauren Collins 1986– Canadian Degrassi: The Next Generation [25]
Kat Dennings 1986– American Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist [26]
Drake 1986– Canadian Degrassi: The Next Generation [25]
Jesse Eisenberg 1983– American The Social Network [27]
Jake Epstein 1987– Canadian Degrassi: The Next Generation [25][28]
Stacey Farber 1987– Canadian Degrassi: The Next Generation [25]
Ben Feldman 1980– American The Perfect Man [29]
Donna Feldman 1982– American You Don't Mess with the Zohan [30]
Jeremy Ferdman 1986– Canadian [31]
Ben Foster 1980– American X-Men: The Last Stand [32]
Jon Foster 1984– American Stay Alive [33]
Shayna Fox 1984– American [34]
Jason Fuchs 1986– American Holy Rollers [35]
Gal Gadot 1985– Israeli Fast & Furious [36]
Romola Garai 1982– British Atonement, Emma [37]
Andrew Garfield 1983– American-born British Lions for Lambs [38]
Rafi Gavron 1989– British Inkheart [39]
Gideon Glick 1988– American Spring Awakening [40]
Jake Goldsbie 1988– Canadian [25]
Joseph Gordon-Levitt 1981– American 10 Things I Hate About You, (500) Days of Summer [41]
Ari Graynor 1983– American Holy Rollers, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist [42]
Katerina Graham 1989- Swiss-born American The Vampire Diaries [43]
Eva Green 1980– French Dreamers, Casino Royale [44]
Zena Grey 1988– American Max Keeble's Big Move [45]
Jake Gyllenhaal 1980– American Donnie Darko, Brokeback Mountain [46][47]
Jonah Hill 1983– American Superbad [48][49]
Aaron Himelstein 1986– American Austin Powers in Goldmember [50]
Will Janowitz 1980– American The Sopranos [51]
Scarlett Johansson 1984– American Lost in Translation, Match Point [52][53][54]
Robert Kazinsky 1983– British EastEnders [55]
Shane Kippel 1986– Canadian Degrassi: The Next Generation [25]
Mila Kunis 1983– American That '70s Show, Forgetting Sarah Marshall [56][57]
Shia LaBeouf 1986– American Transformers [58][59]
Melanie Laurent 1983– French Je vais bien, ne t'en fais pas, Inglourious Basterds [60]
Alex D. Linz 1989– American Home Alone 3, Max Keeble's Big Move [61][62]
Shiri Maimon 1981– Israeli [63]
Eli Marienthal 1986– American Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen [64]
Scott Mechlowicz 1981– American EuroTrip, Mean Creek [65]
Julian Morris 1983– British Pretty Little Liars, ER, Cry Wolf [66]
Sara Paxton 1988– American Darcy's Wild Life, Aquamarine [67][68][69]
Josh Peck 1986– American Drake & Josh [70]
Ashley Peldon 1984– American [71]
Courtney Peldon 1981– American [72]
Alisan Porter 1981– American Curly Sue [73]
Natalie Portman 1981– Israeli-born American Star Wars, V for Vendetta, Black Swan [74]
Laura Prepon 1980– American That '70s Show [75][76]
Daniel Radcliffe 1989– British Harry Potter in the Harry Potter film series [77]
Nikki Reed 1988– American Thirteen, Lords of Dogtown, The Twilight Saga [78][79]
Bar Refaeli 1985– Israeli Session [80]
Seth Rogen 1982– Canadian Pineapple Express, Knocked Up [81][82]
Daphne Rosen 1982– Israeli-born American [83]
Emmy Rossum 1986– American The Phantom of the Opera, Poseidon [84][85]
Lara Sacher 1986– Australian Neighbours [86]
Ben Savage 1980– American Boy Meets World Brother of Fred Savage
Jason Schwartzman 1980– American Marie Antoinette, Rushmore, Bored to Death [87][88]
Robert Coppola Schwartzman 1982– American The Virgin Suicides, The Princess Diaries [89]
Jason Segel 1980– American How I Met Your Mother, Forgetting Sarah Marshall [90]
Jamie-Lynn Sigler 1981– American The Sopranos, Entourage [91]
Jenny Slate 1982– American Saturday Night Live [92]
Marla Sokoloff 1980– American Big Day [93]
Lauren Storm 1987– American Flight 29 Down [94]
Ninet Tayeb 1983– Israeli [95]
Khleo Thomas 1989– American Holes [96]
Ashley Tisdale 1985– American High School Musical [97]
Michelle Trachtenberg 1985– American Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Gossip Girl, 17 Again [98]
Jonathan Tucker 1982– American The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Ruins [99]
Raviv (Ricky) Ullman 1986– Israeli-born American Phil of the Future [100]
Michael Welch 1987– American Joan of Arcadia [101]
Mara Wilson 1987– American Matilda, Mrs. Doubtfire, Miracle on 34th Street [102]
Evan Rachel Wood 1987– American Thirteen, The Upside of Anger, Across the Universe [78][79][103]
Anton Yelchin 1989– Russian-born American Alpha Dog, Terminator Salvation, Star Trek XI [104][105]
Joey Zimmerman 1986– American Halloweentown [106]

Born in the 1970s

Name Years Nationality Prominent Roles Other Notes
Shiri Appleby 1978– American Roswell [107]
David Arquette 1971– American Scream,See Spot Run [108][109]
Mili Avital 1972– Israeli [110][111]
Elizabeth Banks 1974– American Invincible [112][113]
Sandy Bar 1976– Israeli [114]
Sacha Baron Cohen 1971– British Ali G, Borat, Brüno [115]
Justin Bartha 1978– American Gigli, National Treasure [116]
Dani Behr 1971– British [117]
Amber Benson 1977– American Buffy the Vampire Slayer [118]
Elizabeth Berkley 1972– American Saved By The Bell, Showgirls [119]
Mayim Bialik 1975– American Blossom [120]
Claudia Black 1972– Australian [121]
Michael Ian Black 1971– American [122]
Selma Blair 1972– American Cruel Intentions, Hellboy [123]
Alex Borstein 1973– American Family Guy [124]
Caprice Bourret 1971– American/British [125]
Zach Braff 1975– American Scrubs, Garden State [126]
Tamara Braun 1971– American [127]
Adam Brody 1979– American The O.C. [128]
Adrien Brody 1973– American The Pianist [129][130]
Sarah Brown 1975– American [131]
Brooke Burke 1971– American [132][133]
James Callis 1971– British Battlestar Galactica [134]
Josh Charles 1971– American [135]
David Charvet 1972– French-born American Baywatch [136]
Emmanuelle Chriqui 1977– Canadian [137][138]
Jennifer Connelly 1970 American [139]
Erin Daniels 1973– American [140][141]
Dustin Diamond 1977– American Saved by the Bell [142]
Meital Dohan 1976– Israeli Weeds [143]
Oded Fehr 1970– Israeli/American The Mummy, Resident Evil [144]
Corey Feldman 1971– American [145]
Mark Feuerstein 1971– American [146]
Isla Fisher 1976– Australian [147][148]
James Franco 1978– American James Dean, Spider-Man, 127 Hours [149][150]
Soleil Moon Frye 1976– American Punky Brewster [151]
Charlotte Gainsbourg 1971– French [152]
Sarah Michelle Gellar 1977– American Buffy the Vampire Slayer [153][154]
Sara Gilbert 1975– American Roseanne [155]
Jessalyn Gilsig 1971– Canadian [156]
Elon Gold 1970– American [157]
Iddo Goldberg 1975– Israeli Defiance
Ginnifer Goodwin 1978– American Big Love [158]
Seth Green 1974– American Robot Chicken,Austin Powers [159][160]
Bryan Greenberg 1978– American Prime [161]
Becky Griffin 1977– American [162]
Maggie Gyllenhaal 1977– American [141][163]
Corey Haim 1971–2010 Canadian [164]
Chelsea Handler 1975– American [165]
Alyson Hannigan 1974– American Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Date Movie [166]
Samantha Harris 1973– American [167]
Cole Hauser 1975– American [168][169]
Kate Hudson 1979– American Almost Famous, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days [170]
Oliver Hudson 1976– American [33]
Rashida Jones 1976– American The Office [171]
Jordan (Katie Price) 1978– British [172]
Chris Kattan 1970– American Saturday Night Live [84]
Mia Kirshner 1976– Canadian [141]
Alla Korot 1970– Ukrainian-born American [173]
Lisa Kushell 1971– American MADtv, co-host of Dinner and a Movie [174]
David Krumholtz 1978– American NUMB3RS [175]
Juliet Landau 1972– American [176][177]
Matt Lucas 1974– British The Infidel [178]
Michael Lucas 1972– Russian-born [179]
Jamie Luner 1971– American Melrose Place [180]
Natasha Lyonne 1979– American American Pie [181]
Gabriel Macht 1972– American [182]
Idina Menzel 1971– American [183]
B. J. Novak 1979– American The Office, Inglourious Basterds [184]
Gwyneth Paltrow 1972– American [185][186][187]
Adam Pascal 1970– American Rent [188]
Amanda Peet 1972– American [189][190]
Melanie Peres 1971– Israeli
Joaquin Phoenix 1974– American Walk the Line [191][192][193][194]
Rain Phoenix 1973– American [191][192]
River Phoenix 1970–1993 American [191][192]
Summer Phoenix 1978– American [191][192]
Josh Radnor 1976– American How I Met Your Mother [107]
Leah Remini 1970– American The King of Queens [195]
Simon Rex 1974– American [196]
Michael Rosenbaum 1972– American Smallvile [197]
Eli Roth 1972– American [198]
Maya Rudolph 1972– American Saturday Night Live [113]
Winona Ryder 1976– American [199][200]
John Safran 1972– Australian [201]
Sarah Saltzberg 1976– American [202]
Andy Samberg 1978– American Saturday Night Live [203]
Fred Savage 1976– American Wonder Years [204][205]
Michael Showalter 1970– American [206]
Maggie Siff 1974– American Mad Men [207]
Sarah Silverman 1970– American [208]
Alicia Silverstone 1976– American Clueless, Batman and Robin [209][210]
Ione Skye 1971– British-born American Say Anything... [211]
Lindsay Sloane 1977– American [212][213]
Bahar Soomekh 1975– Iranian-born American Crash [214][215]
Tori Spelling 1973– American Beverly Hills 90210 [216][217]
Jordana Spiro 1977– American My Boys [218]
Rachel Stevens 1978– British [219]
Matt Stone 1971– American South Park [220]
Danny Strong 1974– American [221]
Tara Strong 1973– Canadian Drawn Together, Ben 10 [222]
Kevin Sussman 1970– American Ugly Betty, Burn After Reading [223]
Mageina Tovah 1979– American [224]
Scott Weinger 1975– American Full House, Aladdin [225]
Kevin Weisman 1970– American [226]
Rachel Weisz 1971– British [227][228][229][230]
Jennifer Westfeldt 1971– American Kissing Jessica Stein [231]
Marissa Jaret Winokur 1973– American Hairspray stage version [232]
Noah Wyle 1971– American ER [233]
Michal Yannai 1972– American Avenue Q [234]
Nikki Ziering 1971– American [235]
Arianne Zuker 1974– American [236]

Born in the 1960s

Name fliev Years Nationality/Profession Prominent Roles Jewish Lineage Other Notes
Paula Abdul (1962–) American actress, dancer, choreographer, singer, and television personality [237]
Paul Adelstein (1969–) American television and film actor (Prison Break, Private Practice) [238]
Ronni Ancona (1968–) British (Scottish) impressionist/actress [117][239]
Mathieu Amalric (1965–) French actor and film director (Munich) Jewish mother, French father [240]
Patricia Arquette (1968–) American Golden Globe Nominated actress [241][242]
Yvan Attal (1965–) Israeli actor (Munich, Rush Hour 3)
Hank Azaria (1964–) American Emmy Award Winner actor [243]
David Baddiel (1964–) British comedian, actor, novelist and television presenter [244]
David Alan Basche (1968–) American actor [245]
Randall Batinkoff (1968–) American film/television actor (For Keeps?) [246]
Emmanuelle Béart (1965–) French screen-icon [247][248]
Mary Kay Bergman (1961–1999) American voice actress (South Park) [249]
Troy Beyer (1964–) American film director, screenwriter and actress [139]
Craig Bierko (1964–) American film/television actor (Cinderella Man) [250]
Jack Black (1969–) American film actor and musician [251]
Yasmine Bleeth (1968–) American television/film actress (Baywatch) [252]
Lisa Bonet (1967–) American film/television actress (The Cosby Show) [253]
Helena Bonham Carter (1966–) British film/television actress, Academy Award Nominated [254][255]
Matthew Broderick (1962–) American film and stage actor (Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Producers) [256]
Gabrielle Carteris (1961–) American actress (Beverly Hills 90210) [257]
Scott Cohen (1964–) American film/television actor [258]
Mindy Cohn (1966–) American television actress (The Facts of Life) [213]
David Cross (1964–) American actor/comedian [259]
Dean Devlin (1962–) American actor, now producer and screenwriter [260]
Don Diamont (1961–) American soap opera actor (The Young and the Restless) [261]
Rachel Dratch (1966–) American comedienne (Saturday Night Live) [262]
David Duchovny (1960–) American Golden Globe Award-winning television and film actor (The X-Files) [263][264]
Lisa Edelstein (1966–) American actress (House) [265]
David Eigenberg (1964–) American actor [266]
Jon Favreau (1966–) American actor/director Catholic father, Jewish mother [267][268]
Vanessa Feltz (1962–) British television personality and actress [269]
Dan Futterman (1967–) American actor and an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter [270]
Jeff Garlin (1962–) American comic actor (Curb Your Enthusiasm) [271]
Brad Garrett (1960–) American three-time Emmy Award-winning actor and comedian [272]
Gina Gershon (1962–) American film actress [273]
Jami Gertz (1965–) American film/television actress [274]
Melissa Gilbert (1964–) American former child actress, served two terms as president of the Screen Actors Guild [275]
Judy Gold (1962–) American stand-up comedian and actress [276]
Bill Goldberg (1966–) American film/television actor and wrestler. [277]
Jennifer Grey (1960–) American actress (Dirty Dancing) [278]
Arye Gross (1960–) American film/television actor [279]
Greg Grunberg (1966–) American film/television actor (Heroes) [280]
Annabelle Gurwitch (1961–) American comedic actress Hostess of TBS's Dinner and a Movie [281]
Jessica Hecht (1965–) American film/stage actress [282]
Monica Horan (1963–) American television actress (Everybody Loves Raymond) [283]
Jason Isaacs (1963–) British film actor [84][284]
Peter Jacobson (1965–) American film and television actor [285]
Sean Kanan (1966–) American soap opera actor (General Hospital) [286]
Lesli Kay (1965) American soap opera actress "The Bold and the Beautiful"
Paul Kaye (1965–) British comedian and writer [287]
Heather Paige Kent (1969–) American television actress [288]
Marc Kudisch (1966–) American stage actor [289]
Lisa Kudrow (1963–) American Emmy Award and SAG-winning actress (Friends) [290]
John Lehr (1967–) American actor/comedian (10 Items or Less) [218]
Jennifer Jason Leigh (1962–) American film actress [8]
Paul Lieberstein (1967–) American writer (of The Office), producer, and actor [291]
Joshua Malina (1966–) American film and stage actor [292]
Camryn Manheim (1961–) American actress (The Practice) [293]
Cindy Margolis (1965–) American actress/model [245]
Julianna Margulies (1966–) American film/television actress (ER) [294]
Brett Marx (1964–) American actor The Bad News Bears the great nephew of the Marx Brothers
Marlee Matlin (1965–) American Academy Award-winning actress (Children of a Lesser God) [295]
Debra Messing (1968–) American Emmy Award-winning actress (Will & Grace) [296]
Dina Meyer (1968–) American film/television actress (Saw films) [297]
Ari Meyers (1969–) American actress (Kate & Allie) [298]
Sasha Mitchell (1967–) American film and TV actor (Step by Step) [299]
Maia Morgenstern (1962–) Romanian film and stage actress (The Passion of the Christ) [300]
Rob Morrow (1962–) American actor (Northern Exposure, Numb3rs) [301]
Sophie Okonedo (1969–) British Academy Award-nominated actress (Hotel Rwanda) [302]
Sarah Jessica Parker (1965–) American Golden Globe, Emmy-winning actress [303][304]
Sean Penn (1960–) American Academy Award-winning film actor [305]
Jeremy Piven (1965–) American actor (Entourage) [306]
Rain Pryor (1969–) American actress and comedian, daughter of Richard Pryor [307]
Ted Raimi (1965–) American actor, brother of Spider-Man director Sam Raimi [112]
Adam Rich (1968–) American child actor Eight is Enough
Paul Rudd (1969–) American actor [308][309]
Adam Sandler (1966–) American actor, comedian, producer, and musician [310]
Rebecca Schaeffer (1967–1989) American actress
Rob Schneider (1963–) American actor, comedian, and screenwriter [311]
Bitty Schram (1968–) American Golden Globe-nominated actress [312]
Liev Schreiber (1967–) American Tony Award-winning actor Jewish mother, Gentile father [313]
Scott Schwartz (1968–) American child actor A Christmas Story, The Toy
David Schwimmer (1966–) American Emmy-nominated actor and director (Friends) [314]
Sam Seder (1966–) American actor, comedian, writer, producer, director [315]
Kyra Sedgwick (1965–) American Emmy-winning actress Jewish Mother and Stepfather, Gentile Father [302]
Ally Sheedy (1962–) American screen and stage actress ("Brat Pack" films The Breakfast Club and St. Elmo's Fire) Jewish Mother, Irish Catholic Father [316]
Pauly Shore (1968–) American actor and comedian [317]
Jonathan Silverman (1966–) American film/television actor [318]
Laura Silverman (1966–) American film/television actress The Sarah Silverman Program, The Comeback (TV series), All American Orgy Jewish father, Jewish mother
Helen Slater (1963–) American film actress and singer-songwriter [319]
Georgia Slowe (1966–) British actress [320]
Rena Sofer (1968–) American actress [321]
Jon Stewart (1962–) American comedian, actor, author, producer The Daily Show [322]
Ben Stiller (1965–) American comedian, actor, and film director Keeping the Faith, Zoolander [323]
Michael Vartan (1968–) French-born American film/television actor (Monster-in-Law) [324]
Steven Weber (1961–) American film/television actor ("Wings") [325]
Alex Winter (1965–) British/American actor Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, The Lost Boys [326]
Scott Wolf (1968–) American actor (Party of Five) [327]
Ian Ziering (1964–) American actor (Beverly Hills 90210) [167][328]
Ayelet Zurer (1969–) Israeli actress (Munich, Vantage Point)


Born in the 1950s

Name Years Nationality/Profession Prominent Roles Jewish Lineage Other Notes
Caroline Aaron (1952–) American actress and producer (Seinfeld) [329]
Jason Alexander (1959–) American actor (Seinfeld) [330]
Adam Arkin (1956–) American television, film, and stage actor [331]
Tom Arnold (1959–) American actor and comedian [332]
Rosanna Arquette (1959–) American actress, film director, and film producer [333]
Ellen Barkin (1954–) American actress [334]
Roseanne Barr (1952–) American actress, writer, talk-show host and comedienne [335]
Robby Benson (1956–) American actor, former teen idol [336]
Sandra Bernhard (1955–) American actress and comedian [337]
Mike Binder (1958–) American screenwriter, film director and actor [338]
Kate Capshaw (1953–) American actress (Raiders of the Lost Ark, and its sequel, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom) [339]
Allan Corduner (1950–) British television, film, and stage actor (Topsy Turvy, Defiance)
Katie Couric (1957–) American media personality (Shark Tale) Jewish Mother [340]
Jamie Lee Curtis (1958–) American film actress, successful writer of books for children [341]
Daniel Day-Lewis (1957–) British-born Academy Award-winning actor [342]
Fran Drescher (1957–) American film and television actress [343]
Ben Elton (1959–) British comedian, actor and writer [117]
Susie Essman (1955–) American stand-up comedian, television and film actress (Curb Your Enthusiasm) [344]
Tovah Feldshuh (1952–) American actress, singer, and playwright [345]
Harvey Fierstein (1954–) American actor, author, and singer [346]
Al Franken (1951–) American comedian, actor, author, screenwriter, political commentator, radio host and United States Senator [347]
Stephen Fry (1957–) British comedian, author, actor and filmmaker [348]
Mira Furlan (1955–) Croatian actress/singer [349]
Brian George (1952–) Canadian, British-Israeli actor [350]
Kathie Lee Gifford (1953–) American singer, songwriter, and actress [351]
Joanna Gleason (1950–) Canadian-born actress [289]
Jeff Goldblum (1952–) American Academy Award nominated film actor [352]
Henry Goodman (1950–) British theatre actor [353]
Steve Guttenberg (1958–) American actor [354]
Mary Hart (1950–) American former actress and television personality (Entertainment Tonight) [355]
Nina Hartley (1959–) American adult film actress [356]
Amy Irving (1953–) American actress [357]
Ron Jeremy (1953–) American adult film actor [358]
Toni Kalem (1956–) American film, television actress, screenwriter and director [359]
Carol Kane (1952–) American Academy Award-nominated actress [360]
Julie Kavner (1950–) American film/television actress (voice of Marge on The Simpsons) [361]
Richard Kind (1956–) American actor
Stepfanie Kramer (1956–) American Actress (Hunter) [362]
John Landis (1950–) American actor, director, writer, and producer [363]
Carol Leifer (1956–) American comedienne and actress [364]
Dani Levy (1957–) Swiss/German filmmaker, theatrical director, actor [365]
Jon Lovitz (1957–) American actor and comedian [366]
Joan Lunden (1950–) American broadcaster, who also acted (Good Morning America) [367]
Howie Mandel (1955–) Canadian comedian and actor [368]
Dinah Manoff (1958–) American actress (Grease, I Ought to Be in Pictures, Empty Nest)
Melanie Mayron (1952–) American actress and director (Thirtysomething) [369]
Kay Mellor (1950–) British actress, scriptwriter and director [370]
Larry Miller (1953–) American stand-up comedian, actor [371]
Rick Moranis (1953–) Canadian comic actor [372]
Don Most (1953–) American actor (Happy Days) [373]
Judd Nelson (1959–) American actor (The Breakfast Club)
Bebe Neuwirth (1958–) American Tony Award-winning theater, television, and film [39]
Laraine Newman (1952–) American comedienne and actress [374]
Ken Olin (1954–) American actor, director and producer [375]
Mandy Patinkin (1952–) American actor of stage and screen [376]
Lorna Patterson (1956–) American film, stage and television actress [377]
David Paymer (1954–) American character actor [378]
Ron Perlman (1950–) American film/television actor (Hellboy) [379]
Kevin Pollak (1957–) American actor, impressionist and comedian [380]
Paul Reiser (1957–) American actor, author and stand-up comedian (Mad About You) [381]
Paul Reubens (1952–) American actor, writer, film producer and comedian, aka Peewee Herman
Tanya Roberts (1954–) American actress (Charlie's Angels) [76]
Alan Rosenberg (1950–) American actor of stage and screen, 24th president of the Screen Actors Guild [382]
Cecilia Roth (1956–) Argentine actress (What Have I Done to Deserve This?), (Antigua, My Life) [383][384]
Katey Sagal (1954–) American actress, singer, and writer (Married... with Children) [156]
Bob Saget (1956–) American actor, stand-up comedian and game show host [385]
Herschel Savage (1955–) American pornographic actor and porn movie director [386]
Richard Schiff (1955–) American actor (The West Wing) [387]
Steven Seagal (1951–) American action movie actor, producer, writer, director and singer [388]
Jerry Seinfeld (1954–) American Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award-winning comedian, actor, and writer (Seinfeld) [314]
Jane Seymour (1951–) British-born film/television actress [389]
Wendie Jo Sperber (1958–2005) American television/movie actress [390]
Annie Sprinkle (1954–) American prostitute, stripper, porn film star, cable television host, porn magazine editor/writer, and sex film producer [391]
Howard Stern (1954–) American radio and TV personality, media mogul, humorist, actor and author [84]
Stephen Tobolowsky (1951–) American actor [392]
Robert Trebor (1953–) American actor (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess) [393]
Debra Winger (1955–) American Academy Award–nominated actress [394]
Mare Winningham (1959–) American film and television actress [395]

Born in the 1940s

Name Years Nationality/Profession Prominent Roles Jewish Lineage Other Notes
Harvey Atkin (1942–) Canadian actor
Bob Balaban (1945–) American actor and director [396]
Richard Belzer (1944–) American stand up comedian, writer and actor (Homicide: Life on the Street, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit) [314]
Albert Brooks (1947–) American Academy Award-nominated actor, writer, comedian and director [397]
James Caan (1940–) American Academy Award, Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated film, stage and television actor [398]
Nell Carter (1948–2003) American Tony Award-winning singer and film, stage, and television actress [399]
Peter Coyote (1941–) American actor and author [400]
Billy Crystal (1947–) American actor, writer, producer, comedian and film director [401][402]
Larry David (1947–) American Emmy-winning actor, writer, comedian, producer and film director [403]
Neil Diamond (1941–) American singer, guitarist
Michael Douglas (1944–) American actor and producer, Academy Award Winner Jewish father [404]
Richard Dreyfuss (1947–) American actor, Academy Award Winner [405]
Bob Dylan (1941–) American singer-songwriter, author, musician and poet, also appeared in several films [406]
Bob Einstein (1942–) American writer and comedian, known as Super Dave Osborne.
Richard Elfman (1949–) American film director, writer and actor [407]
Harrison Ford (1942–) American Academy Award-nominated actor [180][193]
Bonnie Franklin (1944–) American actress [408]
Victor Garber (1949–) Canadian Emmy award nominated film, stage and television actor and singer [409]
Paul Michael Glaser (1943–) American actor (Starsky & Hutch) [410]
Scott Glenn (1941–) American actor [411]
Les Golden (1943–) American stage, film, improvisation, voice, and commercial actor; stand-up comedian; trumpet player; band leader; radio disk jockey; play-by-play announcer; gambling writer (Deadly Spygames) [412]
Christopher Guest (1948–) American actor/director [413][414]
Goldie Hawn (1945–) American Academy Award-winning film actress, director and producer Presbyterian father, Jewish mother [415]
Anthony Heald (1944–) American television and stage actor [416]
Dan Hedaya (1940–) American character actor [417]
Barbara Hershey (1948–) American actress, known for her many film roles [33]
Xaviera Hollander (1943–) Indonesia-born call girl, madam and actress [418]
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 [419]
Gabe Kaplan (1945–) American actor, comedian, and professional poker player [420]
Andy Kaufman (1949–1984) American entertainer [421]
Judy Kaye (1948–) American Tony-award-winning singer and actress [422]
Lainie Kazan (1940–) American actress and singer [423]
Robert Klein (1942–) American stand-up comedian and occasional actor [424]
Kevin Kline (1947–) American Academy Award and Tony Award-winning stage and film actor [425]
Richard Kline (1944–) American actor and television director [426]
Sherry Lansing (1944–) American former CEO of Paramount Studios [427]
Michael Lembeck (1948–) American actor and director [377]
Eugene Levy (1946–) Canadian actor, director, producer and writer [413]
Richard Lewis (1947–) American comedian and actor [428]
Judith Light (1949–) American actress (Who's the Boss?)
Maureen Lipman (1946–) British film, television & theatre actress [429]
Peggy Lipton (1947–) American television actress and socialite (The Mod Squad) [430]
Stephen Macht (1942–) American actor [431]
Miriam Margolyes (1941–) British character actress [432]
Richard Masur (1948–) American actor [408]
Bette Midler (1945–) American singer, actress, and comedian, also known as The Divine Miss M [433]
Frank Oz (1944–) British-born American film director, actor and puppeteer (Yoda in the Star Wars films) [434]
Rhea Perlman (1948–) American actress (Cheers)
David Proval (1942–) American actor (The Sopranos) [435]
Gilda Radner (1946–1989) American comedian and actress (Saturday Night Live) [436]
Harold Ramis (1944–) American actor, director, and writer [437]
Harry Reems (1947–) American theater and adult film actor [438]
Rob Reiner (1947–) American actor, director, producer, writer and anti-tobacco activist son of Carl Reiner [439]
Peter Riegert (1947–) American film/television actor [440]
Saul Rubinek (1948–) Canadian actor
Garry Shandling (1949–) American comedian and actor [441]
Wallace Shawn (1943–) American actor and writer [442]
Harry Shearer (1943–) American comedic actor and writer [443][444]
Sir Antony Sher (1949–) South African actor [445]
Ron Silver (1946–2009) American film/television actor (The West Wing, Reversal of Fortune)
Steve Somers (1947–) American sports personality, radio host
Brent Spiner (1949–) American actor (Star Trek: The Next Generation) [446]
Ben Stein (1944–) American lawyer, economist, law professor, actor, comedian, and former White House speechwriter [447]
David Steinberg (1942–) Canadian actor
Jill St. John (1940–) American actress [448]
Barbra Streisand (1942–) American two-time Academy Award-winning singer, theatre and film actress, composer, film producer and director [449]
Jeffrey Tambor (1944–) American film/television actor (Hellboy, Arrested Development) [450]
Jessica Walter (1941–) American film/television actress (Arrested Development) [451]
Zoë Wanamaker (1949–) American-born British actress [452][453]
Lesley Ann Warren (1946–) American Academy Award-nominated stage, film and television actress [454]
Bruce Weitz (1943-) American actor (Hill Street Blues, General Hospital)
Anson Williams (1949–) American actor (Happy Days) [373]
Henry Winkler (1945–) American actor, director, producer and author (Happy Days) [373]

Born in the 1930s

Name Years Nationality/Profession Prominent Roles Jewish Lineage Other Notes
Anouk Aimée (1932–) French film actress [402]
Woody Allen (1935–) American Academy Award-winning film director, writer, actor, and comedian [455]
Gila Almagor (1939–) Israeli film actress (Munich)
Alan Arkin (1934–) American Academy Award-winning film actor, director [456]
Barbara Bain (1931– ) American actress [457]
Barbara Barrie (1931–) American actress and author of children's books [361]
Richard Benjamin (1938–) American actor/film director [402]
Steven Berkoff (1937–) British actor, writer and director [458]
Claire Bloom (1931–) British film and stage actress [459]
Bernard Bresslaw (1934–1993) British comedian and actor [117]
May Britt (1933–) Swedish film actress
Eleanor Bron (1938–) British actress [117]
Dyan Cannon (1937–) American three-time Academy Award-nominated film and television actress, editor, producer and director [460]
Eddie Carmel (1936–1972) American entertainer known as "The Jewish Giant" [461]
Joan Collins (1933–) British actress and bestselling author [462]
Jerry Douglas (1932–) American television actress (The Young and the Restless) [463]
Marty Feldman (1934–1982) British writer, comedian and film and television actor [117]
Fenella Fielding (1930–) British actress [117]
Sami Frey (1937) French actor and Director
Elliott Gould (1938–) American Academy Award-nominated film/television actor [464]
Charles Grodin (1935–) American actor and former cable talk show host [465]
Estelle Harris (1932–) American actress (Seinfeld) [314]
Judd Hirsch (1935–) American actor ('Taxi (TV series)', NUMB3RS) [367]
Dustin Hoffman (1937–) American two-time Oscar winning actor [466]
Tony Jay (1933–2006) British/American actor [467]
Harvey Keitel (1939–) Academy Award-nominated American actor [468]
Walter Koenig (1936–) American actor, writer, teacher and director (appeared in original Star Trek) [469]
Susan Kohner (1936–) American Academy Award-nominated, Golden Globe-winning American actress [470]
Yaphet Kotto (1937–) American actor, son of Cameroonian Crown Prince [471]
Martin Landau (1931–) American Academy Award-winning American film and television actor [472]
Michael Landon (1936–1991) American actor, producer and director [473]
Louise Lasser (1939–) American stage/film/television actress (Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman) [474]
Piper Laurie (1932–) American actress (Carrie (1976)) [475]
Linda Lavin (1937–) American Tony Award and Golden Globe Award-winning stage, film and television actress [476]
Steve Lawrence (1935–) American singer and actor (The Carol Burnett Show)
Shari Lewis (1933–1998) American ventriloquist, puppeteer, and children's television show host, popular during the 1960 [477]
Hal Linden (1931–) American actor and television director [478]
Tina Louise (1934–) American model, singer, and film and television actress [479]
Jackie Mason (1931–) American stand-up comedian/actor [480]
Paul Mazursky (1930–) American film director and actor [481]
Shelley Morrison (1936–) American actress [482]
Nadira (1932–2006) Indian Bollywood actress [483]
Barry Newman (1931–) American actor [484]
Anthony Newley (1931–1999) British actor, singer & songwriter [117][485]
Leonard Nimoy (1931–) American actor, film director, poet, musician and photographer [486]
Noam Pitlik (1932–1999) Emmy-winning American actor and television director
Ron Rifkin (1939–) American actor, director [375]
Joan Rivers (1933–) American comedienne, actress, talk show host, and celebrity [487]
Andrew Sachs (1930–) German-born British actor [117]
George Segal (1934–) American film and stage actor [402]
William Shatner (1931–) Canadian Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor [488]
Susan Strasberg (1938–1999) American actress (In Praise of Older Women)
Janet Suzman (1939–) South African actress and director [489]
Dame Elizabeth Taylor (1932–2011) British / American Academy Award winner film actress & sex symbol Converted to Judaism [490][491][492]
Chaim Topol (1935–) Israeli theatrical and film performer [402]
Al Waxman (1935–2001) Canadian actor (King of Kensington)
Gene Wilder (1933–) American actor and comedian [493]
Mike & Bernie Winters (1930–, 1932–1991) British double act of comedians (brothers) [117]


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