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This list comprises fictitious characters who are Jewish. Contents 1 TV, film and literary characters 1.1 A-D 1.2 E-K 1.3 L-R 1.4 S-Z 2 Animated TV, cartoon and game characters 3 Comic books and heroes 3.1 Jewish superheroes and villains 3.2 Other comic characters who are not superheroes 3.3 Not primarily associated with comic books 4 References TV, film and literary characters A-D Grace Adler, from Will and Grace.[1] David Alroy, hero of Benjamin Disraeli's novel Alroy.[2] Daniel Balint, from film The Believer.[3] Barabas the Jew from the play The Jew of Malta by Christopher Marlowe.[4] The Baudelaire orphans from Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.[5] Art Bechstein, from film The Mysteries of Pittsburgh.[6] Joe Bechstein, from The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, (Art's father). Arnold Beckoff, drag queen from Torch Song Trilogy.[7] Mick Belker, from Hill Street Blues.[8] Benjamin, a wandering Jew from the novel A Canticle for Leibowitz.[9] Jake Berenson, leader of the Animorphs in the Animorphs book series.[10] Rachel Berry from Glee.[11] Avram Blok, from The Therapy of Avram Blok and other novels by Simon Louvish.[12] Leopold Bloom, from the novel Ulysses by James Joyce.[13] Saul Bloom, from movie Ocean's Eleven.[14] David Bloomberg, from movie Prime.[15] Jack Bloomberg, from movie Prime, (David's father). Andy Botwin, from Showtime's Weeds[16] Judah Botwin, from Showtime's Weeds[16] Lenny Botwin, from Showtime's Weeds[16] Chaim Breisacher, from Doktor Faustus by Thomas Mann.[17] Lennie Briscoe, from Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Trial by Jury (Half Jewish).[18] Ephram Brown, from Everwood (Jewish mother, raised Jewish).[19] Brad Carlton, Young and the Restless ("real" name is George Kaplan, mother, Rebecca Kaplan, is a concentration camp survivor).[20] Bridge Carson, from Power Rangers SPD.[20] Mordechai Jefferson Carver, from The Hebrew Hammer.[21] Brian Cohen, from Monty Python's Life of Brian.[22] Lawrence "Chunk" Cohen, from film The Goonies.[23] Mark Cohen, from RENT.[24] Sandy Cohen, from The O.C..[25] Seth Cohen, from U.S. show The O.C. (Jewish father, raised & identifies).[26] Gengis Cohn, from the novel The Dance of Gengis Cohn by Romain Gary[27] Robert Cohn, from the novel The Sun Also Rises/Fiesta by Ernest Hemingway.[28][29] Stretch Cunningham, from All in the Family.[30] Ziva David, from the CBS drama NCIS. (Jewish former Mossad agent, born and raised in Israel and a naturalized U.S. citizen)[31] Peter Decker, from Faye Kellerman's Peter Decker/Rina Lazarus novels.[32] Daniel Deronda, hero of novel of same name.[33] E-K Gretel Ehrenstein, History of the Sturmkreig Empire.[34][35] April Epner, from film Then She Found Me.[36] Freddy Epner, from film Then She Found Me.[36] Trudy Epner, from film Then She Found Me.[36] Arnold B. Epstein, from film Biloxi Blues.[37] Fagin, from Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens.[38] Deputy Chief Sidney Feinberg, from Rescue Me.[39] Fiedler, from The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John le Carré.[40] Fran Fine, from The Nanny.[41] Dharma Finkelstein, from Dharma and Greg.[41] Bernie and Rozalin Focker, from film Meet the Fockers, (Greg parents).[42] Greg Focker, from film Meet the Parents and the sequel Meet the Fockers.[43] Friedman, (first name not given), from Joan of Arcadia.[44] Monica Geller, from sitcom Friends.[45] Paris Geller, from Gilmore Girls.[46] Ross Geller, from U.S. sitcom Friends.[47] Jason Gilbert, Jr, from Erich Segal's The Class.[48] Les Glass and his seven children, from the Glass family, a series of short stories by Jerome David Salinger.[49] Ari Gold, from Entourage.[50] Dave Gold, from The War at Home.[51] Eli Gold, from The Good Wife.[52][53] Sam Gold, from film Holy Rollers.[54] Henry Goldblume, from Hill Street Blues.[55] Harry Goldenblatt, from Sex and the City.[56] Dave Goldman, from Gentleman's Agreement.[57] Harry Goldman, from the film The Delta Force.[58] Armand Goldman, from the film The Birdcage.[59] Val Goldman, from the film The Birdcage.[59] Mort Goldman, from Family Guy. Anthony Goldstein, from Harry Potter.[60] Emmanuel Goldstein, in Nineteen Eighty-Four.[61] Jeremy Goldstein, from Oz.[62] Jeremy Goodwin, from the TV Series Sports Night.[63] Danny Gopnik, from the film A Serious Man, ( Larry's son).[64] Larry Gopnik, from the film A Serious Man.[65] Natalie Green, from The Facts of Life.[66] Ben Green, from film Then She Found Me.[36] Jeff Greene, from Curb Your Enthusiasm.[67] Roger Greenberg, from movie Greenberg.[68] Les Grossman, from movie Tropic Thunder.[23] Hanukkah Harry, from Saturday Night Live.[69] Harold, birthday celebrant from The Boys in the Band.[70] Karen Hill from Goodfellas.[71] Daniel Hirsh, family doctor from Sunday Bloody Sunday.[72] Dean Hodes, lawyer on Showtime's Weeds[16] Gordon Hocheiser, from the film Where's Poppa?.[73] Mr. Hooper, from Sesame Street[74] Louis Ironson, court clerk from Angels in America.[75] Andrei Ivanov, from Babylon 5.[76] Susan Ivanova, from Babylon 5.[76] Isaac the Jew, and his daughter Rebecca, from the novel Ivanhoe.[77] Isak Jacobi and his family, from the movie Fanny and Alexander.[78] Seth Jacobs, from Bachelor Party 2[79] Jacob Two-Two from Jacob Two-Two "only Half-Jewish".[80] Danny Jacobsen, from the film Stolen Summer.[81] Rabbi Jacobsen, from the film Stolen Summer, (Danny's father).[81] Jankiel from Pan Tadeusz.[82] Jessica, daughter of Shylock, from The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare.[83] Eugene Morris Jerome, from film Biloxi Blues.[37] H*Y*M*A*N K*A*P*L*A*N, from The Education of H*Y*M*A*N K*A*P*L*A*N and other stories by Leo Rosten.[84] Avner Kaufman and his wife Daphna, from movie Munich.[85] Rebecca Kaplan, from the Young and the Restless.[20] Paul Kellerman from Prison Break. Morrie Kessler from Goodfellas.[71] Hank Kingsley from The Larry Sanders Show.[86] Krichinsky family, from the film Avalon.[87] David Kleinfeld, from Carlito's Way.[88] Rocco Klein from Clockers.[89] Rabbi Joseph Koslov, from Babylon 5.[76] Leonard Kraditor, from film Two Lovers.[90] Benya Krik, from Isaak Babel's The Odessa Tales.[91] Ada Kurtzman, from the film Liberty Heights, (Ben's mother).[87] Ben Kurtzman, from the film Liberty Heights.[87] Nate Kurtzman, from the film Liberty Heights, (Ben's father).[87] Van Kurtzman, from the film Liberty Heights, (Ben's brother).[87] L-R Andrew Largeman, from the film Garden State.[92] Gideon Largeman, from the film Garden State, (Andrew's father).[92] Rina Lazarus, from Faye Kellerman's Peter Decker/Rina Lazarus novels.[93] Isaac Edward Leibowitz, from the novel A Canticle for Leibowitz.[94] Proffy Liebowitz, from film The Little Traitor.[95] Asher Lev, from My Name is Asher Lev, by Chaim Potok.[96] Jim Levenstein, from the American Pie series of movies David Levinson, from the film Independence Day.[58][97] Julius Levinson, from the film Independence Day, (David's father).[58] Maurice Levy, attorney on the HBO drama The Wire.[98] Harvey Lipschultz, from Boston Public.[99] Daniel Luria, from Erich Segal's Acts of Faith.[100] Deborah Luria, from Erich Segal's Acts of Faith.[100] Josh Lyman, from the U.S. drama The West Wing.[101] Melanie Marcus, lawyer from Queer as Folk[102] Leo Markus, the husband of Grace Adler, from Will and Grace.[103] Marvin, husband from Falsettos.[104] Rachel Menken, department store executive and love interest for Don Draper on season one of Mad Men.[105] Stanley Mellish, from movie Saving Private Ryan.[106] Lisa Metzger, from movie Prime, (David's mother).[107] Lenny Meyer, from Pi.[108] Meyer Meyer, a permanent character in Ed McBain's 87th Precinct series of novels.[109] Dr. Faye Miller, psychologist and love interest for Don Draper on season three of Mad Men.[110][111] Myrna Minkoff, from the novel A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole.[112] Rhoda Morgenstern, from The Mary Tyler Moore Show.[113] Schecky Moskowitz, from the film Going Overboard.[85] John Munch, from Homicide: Life on the Street, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.[114] Aaron Naumann, from film Bee Season.[36][115] Eliza Naumann, from film Bee Season.[36][115] Miriam Naumann (converted), from film Bee Season.[36][115] Saul Naumann, from film Bee Season.[36][115][116] Sol Nazerman, from the film The Pawnbroker.[117] Robert Neuman, from film Long Dark Night.[118] Bree Osbourne, from the film Transamerica, (Jewish father).[119] Barney Panofsky, from the film Barney's Version.[120] Izzy Panofsky, from the film Barney's Version, (Barney's father).[120] Michael Panofsky, from the film Barney's Version, (Barney's son).[120] Lester Patel, from Chuck.[121] Rhonda Pearlman, Assistant State's Attorney from The Wire.[98] Barbara Pewterschmidt (nee Hebrewbergmoneygrabber [shortened to 'Hebrewberg']), from Family Guy. Grace Polk, from Joan of Arcadia.[122] Alexander Portnoy, from Portnoy's Complaint.[123] Posner, student from The History Boys.[124] Sam Posner, from the film Crossing Delancey.[117] Noah "Puck" Puckerman fron Glee.[125] Herman "Hesh" Rabkin, from The Sopranos.[126][127] Rachel, Animorphs character.[10] Riah from Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens.[128] Bell & Manny Rosen, from The Poseidon Adventure.[129] Willow Rosenberg, from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.[130] B. J. Rosenthal, central character in novels by David B. Feinberg.[131] Henry Roth, from the film 50 First Dates.[citation needed] Hyman Roth, from the film The Godfather Part II[132] Max Rothman, from the film Max.[133] Sam "Ace" Rothstein, from the film Casino.[134][135] Dan Rydell, from the TV Series Sports Night.[136] Rodney Ruxin, from the FX TV show The League S-Z Joseph Samuels, murder victim in Crossfire.[137] Larry Sanders, from The Larry Sanders Show.[138] Blair Sandburg, from the UPN television series The Sentinel.[139] Danny Saunders, from the film The Chosen.[140] Reb Saunders, from the film The Chosen.[140] Jenny Schecter, fiction writer from The L Word.[141] Adam Schiff, from Law & Order.[142] Jacob Schram, Conservative Rabbi in Keeping the Faith.[143] Jeanne Shulman, from film The Big Hit, (Pam's mother).[144][145] Morton Shulman, from film The Big Hit, (Pam's father).[144][145] Pam Shulman, from film The Big Hit.[144][145] Brian Schwartz, from Porky's.[146] Jerry Seinfeld, from Seinfeld.[103] Yoine Shagal, innkeeper and vampire in Roman Polanski's film Dance of the Vampires[147] Shylock, from The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare.[83] Isaac Sidel, from Jerome Charyn's Isaac Quartet.[148] David Silbermann, from Silbermann novel by Jacques de Lacretelle.[149] David Silver, from Beverly Hills, 90210.[114] Saul Silver, from the film Pineapple Express.[150] Addie Singer & her family, from Unfabulous.[151] Alvy Singer, lead character played by Woody Allen in his film Annie Hall.[29] Mark Slackmeyer and his father Phil, from Doonesbury.[152] Rabbi David Small, from Harry Kemelman's Friday the Rabbi Slept Late and sequels[153] Jane Smith, from Mr. & Mrs. Smith.[154] Lemony Snicket, pseudonym for the writer of A Series of Unfortunate Events.[155] Walter Sobchak, from The Big Lebowski (converted).[156] Ben Sobel, from Analyze This and Analyze That.[157] Buddy Sorrell, from The Dick Van Dyke Show.[158] Nikolai Stanislofsky, from Oz.[159] Erica Strange, from Being Erica (TV series) Adam Stein, from the film Adam Resurrected.[97] Jessica Stein, journalist from Kissing Jessica Stein.[160] Lilith Sternin, from Cheers and Frasier.[161] Jamie Stringer, from The Practice.[162] Charles Swann, from In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust.[163] Lionel Tannenbaum, from Down at the Dinghy by Jerome David Salinger.[49] Tevye, as well as most of the other cast in Fiddler on the Roof.[164] Timon and family, from Rome, HBO series.[165] Reuben Tishkoff, from film Ocean's Eleven.[14][140] Jonathan Torley from Stargate Universe[166] The Tsaddik from The Tsaddik of the Seven Wonders, by Isidore Haiblum.[167] Alexander Vogel, from Oz.[168] Dr. James Wilson from House.[169] Meyer Wolfsheim, from The Great Gatsby.* Meyer Wolfsheim, from The Great Gatsby.[170] Howard Wolowitz, from The Big Bang Theory.[171] Dr. Cristina Yang, from Grey's Anatomy.[172] Charlotte York-Goldenblatt, from Sex and the City (converted).[173] Yarmulke Jake Weisman, from In Justice.[174] Yashuah Barabbas from The Evangel.[175] Toby Ziegler, from the U.S. drama The West Wing.[176] Leon Zimmerman, from film Holy Rollers.[54] Yosef Zimmerman, from film Holy Rollers.[54] Andrea Zuckerman, from Beverly Hills, 90210.[114] Nathan Zuckerman, character in many Philip Roth novels.[177] The Wise Men of Chelm, from Jewish folklore.[178] Animated TV, cartoon and game characters Harold Berman from Hey Arnold! Kyle Broflovski, from South Park[179] and his parents, Gerald and Sheila Broflovski Ike Broflovski, from South Park. Kyle's little baby brother.[180] Rachel Cohen, from The Simpsons. Lisa Simpson's Jewish imaginary friend, from the episode "Today, I am a Clown" (Season 15).[181] Dolph, from The Simpsons.[181] Queer Duck Duckstein, duck from Queer Duck.[182] Duffman, from The Simpsons.[183] Garry Kasner, from King of the Hill.[184] Sid Kibbitz from Doonesbury.[185] Krusty the Clown, from The Simpsons real name Herschel Krustofsky..[186] Hyman Krustofsky, father of Krusty the Klown.[186] Jude Lizowski, from 6teen[187] Sam Manson, from Danny Phantom.[188] Old Jewish Man from The Simpsons.[189] Tommy Pickles, from Rugrats & All Grown Up! Mother Didi is Jewish, father Stu is Christian.[190] Dil Pickles, from Rugrats & All Grown Up!. Mother is Jewish, father is Christian[190] Didi Pickles, from Rugrats & All Grown Up!.[190] Ron Stoppable, from Kim Possible (Celebates Christian Holidays).[191] Artie Ziff, from The Simpsons.[192] Comic books and heroes Jewish superheroes and villains Batwoman (Kate Kane, DC Comics) Her current incarnation is both a Jewish as well as openly lesbian superheroine. The God of Cartoons By; Paul Palnik Creative Light Press.[193] Iceman (Bobby Drake, Marvel Comics) - half-Jewish.[194] Justice (Vance Astrovik, formerly Marvel Boy of the New Warriors) (Marvel Comics).[195] Legion (son of Charles Xavier and Gabrielle Haller, a Jewish Holocaust survivor)[196] Magneto (Marvel Comics) - born Max Eisenhardt, a Jewish boy in Germany during the Nazi era, Magneto is a survivor of Auschwitz, but turned his back on his human ethnicity and religion and has for years only identified himself as a mutant. However, his experiences with anti-Semitism during the Holocaust in Europe were and are a major influence on his quest to fight against anti-mutant oppression.[197][198][199] Masada (Team Youngblood).[200] Moon Knight (Marc Spector, Marvel Comics) Moon Knight (1st series) #37 May 1984 Marvel Comics.[201] Prime (Kevin Green, Malibu Comics).[202] Nyssa Raatko (DC Comics) -- Jewish mother, non-practicing.[191] Sabra (Ruth Bat-Seraph, Marvel Comics).[203] Doc Samson (Dr. Leonard Samson, Marvel Comics).[204] Sandman (Golden Age DC Comics) - half-Jewish.[205] Scarlet Witch -- Wanda Maximoff—self-identifies with the Roma people, raised by Roma, her mother Magda was Roma, and an Auschwitz survivor, but her father Magneto was born Jewish.[206] Shadowcat (Kitty Pryde) of the X-Men (Marvel Comics).[207] Shaloman[208][209][210] The Thing (Benjamin J. Grimm, Marvel Comics) A former non-practicing Jew who recently (and belatedly) had his Bar Mitzvah[211][212][213] Volcana (Marsha Rosenberg, Marvel Comics).[214] Gertrude Yorkes of the Runaways (Marvel Comics) - Jewish family, currently agnostic.[215] Ragman (Rory Regan, DC Comics).[216] Wiccan (William Kaplan, Marvel Comics).[217] He is Jewish and an openly gay male. Other comic characters who are not superheroes Arthur (The Tick).[218] Indie Rock Pete, from Diesel Sweeties.[219] Reuben Flagg (American Flagg!).[220] Bernie Rosenthal, ex-girlfriend of Captain America (Marvel Comics).[221] Two-Gun Kid (Matthew Liebowicz, Marvel Comics).[222] Riff in Sluggy Freelance[223] Not primarily associated with comic books The Hebrew Hammer (Mordechai Jefferson Carver) (Movie) (2003).[224] References ^ Will & Grace ^ Table of Contents - Alroy - Disraeli - Electronic Editions - Romantic Circles ^ The Believer ^ The Jew of Malta, by Christopher Marlowe ^ The Jewish Secrets of Lemony Snicket ^ Gangsters and pranksters ^ Torch Song Trilogy, ISBN 0-413-55580-1 ^ DVD Reviewer - Review of Hill Street Blues: Season 2 ^ The SF Site Featured Review: Saint Leibowitz and the Wild Horse Woman ^ a b Applegate, K.A. (May 1999). Animorphs Megamorphs #03: Elfangor's Secret. New York: Scholastic Paperbacks. pp. 10, 171. 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TV ^ "Richard Brooks's original novel made the victim a homosexual, but in the film he's a Jew", Radio Times Guide to Films, 2004 ed. ^ "Y'all Killed Him, We Didn't" ^ (1.6) Night Train ^ a b c The 100 Greatest Jewish Movie Moments, #89 – 80 ^ Jenny Schecter and Jewish Visibility in the GLBT Community | OurChart ^ Law and Order FAQ ^ Keeping The Faith ^ a b c The Big Hit ^ a b c Watch The Big Hit Online ^ Porky's (1982) - Memorable quotes ^ Dance of the Vampires (1967) - Memorable quotes ^ The contemporary American crime ... - Google Books. Books.google.com. http://books.google.com/books?id=ABz53OEch08C&pg=PA154&lpg=PA154&dq=isaac+sidel+jewish&source=web&ots=unQqIWpQVe&sig=2nmEqgHzIMBLNqXytDXPJ2HYr_E. 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Ordinarily, he would only have been able to celebrate it at 13 or at 83, 13 years after his 70th birthday. ^ The religion of Volcana (Marsha Rosenberg) ^ The religion of Gertrude Yorkes ("Arsenic" of the Runaways) ^ http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Rory_Regan_New_Earth ^ [5] ^ Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding ^ diesel sweeties: pixelated robot romance web comic ^ The Continuity Pages: Howard Chaykin ^ The religion of Bernie Rosenthal: Captain America's girlfriend ^ The religion of The Two-Gun Kid (Matthew Liebowicz) ^ Sluggy Freelance ^ The Hebrew Hammer