Thursday, February 22, 2018
Famous Jewish People

Famous Jewish People

“Wonder Woman” did not receive nominations in any categories for this year’s Academy Awards.
The comedian then urged people in a post on Instagram to donate to Michael Bloomberg's gun control nonprofit.
A gallery will be named in honor of the shoe entrepreneur's family.
The Jewish Supreme Court justice has been critical of President Trump.
Ben Platt performed “Somewhere” from West Side Story, honoring composer Leonard Bernstein, the winner of 21-time Grammys.
“I plan to remain active in writing, recording and other projects for a long time to come,” the acclaimed Jewish singer-songwriter said.
Dylan Farrow revived molestation charges against the acclaimed director, and a stream of actors are expressing regret at having worked with him.
Adar Abramowitz, 19, is the son of the comedian's sister Rabbi Susan Silverman and Yosef Abramowitz, CEO of Energiya Global Capital, who live in Israel.
The politicians made a Gallup list of the men most admired by Americans this year.
The "Wonder Woman" star was the world's sixth most-searched person in 2017.


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