L.D. co-wrote “Seinfeld,” before creating and starring on the hilarious HBO series, “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” After a 6-year hiatus, Curb was one of the more successful reboots when it returned for a ninth season that made for one hell of a comeback. We're super- psyched David earned critical acclaim and a no-brainer renewal from HBO for a 10th season.
Sure, these days Adam Sandler’s a mega movie star, but we loved him first and foremost as a “Saturday Night Live” cast member. While on SNL, Adam made us even prouder to be Jews with his original Hanukah song, by shoving our most basic holiday advantage in the rest of the world’s faces. “Instead of one day of presents, we have eight crazy nights!”
Originally known for his part on the 90's series, "Wings," Weber's since guest starred on "iZombie," as Vaughn du Clark, played corrupt Mayor, Douglas Hamilton on "NCIS: New Orleans." and gave us a real reason to love him as Principal Bolan on "13 Reasons Why."
The “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” actor first got in front of the camera as the star of his own YouTube comedy sketches, becoming an internet sensation and scoring the ultimate dream job for a hilarious Jew -- a role on Saturday Night Live.
Benjamin Novak was born to parents who ran a Jewish matchmaking service, perhaps explaining why we love B.J. as Ryan Howard on "The Office," who falls hopelessly in love with Kelly Kapoor (Mindy Kaling). Novak's on-screen connection to Kaling didn't end there, later appearing on "The Mindy Project," adding fuel to the rumor fire about their real-life romance. Though not currently a couple, both actors have described one another other as the love of their lives -- so we're still pulling for them.
Best known as Seth Cohen on “The O.C.,” Adam was one of the first adorable teens to make us go (Jewish) boy crazy and is still hailed as TV’s sexiest geek.