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July 2010



Hot Jews In the Industry – Why Not?

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While I was day dreaming about Robert Downey Jr., I found myself wondering if I could take him home to my mother.  The first question that popped into my head was — is he Jewish?  So I looked it up and it turns out that he is not “technically” Jewish, but he does have a little Jew in him from his father’s side.  Good enough for me (but probably not my mom).  Anyways, my daydreams got me thinking about hot Jews in the industry, so I decided to make a list.  I sadly have to admit that they were hard to find.  Enjoy below!

This news made me very happy.  Harry Connick Jr. can sing to me, and I can take him home to mom.  What a combination!

I don’t think it matters much to Jake Gyllenhaal whether he marries a Jewish girl, given that both Reese Witherspoon and Kirsten Dunst are non-Jews. Perhaps he just has a thing for blonds. If so, I’m out of the running.

Zac Efron just doesn’t do it for me (because I’m not a cradle robber?), but he seems to be very popular with the ladies, so I’ve added him.

I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the next Brad Pitt. With the exception of fasting on Yom Kippur, that is.

Craig Bierko was on two of my favorite shows. He was Ally McBeal’s suitor, and he was also “Jazz Man” on Sex and the City. I recently asked Mr. Bierko on twitter if giving Carrie Bradshaw the “most intense orgasm of her life,” has created unreasonably high expectations from the ladies — no response yet.  (I apologize to the man on the left of this picture, I simply couldn’t find another shot).

I love me a silver fox.  Harrison Ford’s ancestors and my ancestors actually immigrated from the same place in Europe.  Perhaps we’re related.  On second thought — that would make this post kind of creepy.

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