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Top Jewish American entertainers: 1890s

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Oct 21 2010
1 Groucho Marx (1890–1977), comedian, working both with his siblings, the Marx Brothers, and on his own 4539
2 Mae West (1893–1980), actress, playwright, screenwriter, and sex symbol<sup> [link]</sup> 3186
3 George Burns (1896–1996), comedian and actor<sup> [link]</sup> 2220
4 Moe Howard (1897–1975) the "leader" of the Three Stooges<sup> [link]</sup> 1930
5 Eddie Cantor (1892–1964), comedian, singer, actor, songwriter, one of the most popular entertainers in the U.S. in the early and middle 20th century<sup> [link]</sup> 1888
6 Jack Benny (1894–1974) Comedian, vaudeville performer, and radio, television, film actor,who was a foundational influence on the situation comedy television show genre. <sup> [link]</sup> 1765
7 Edward G. Robinson (1893–1973), stage and film actor<sup> [link]</sup> 1444
8 Shemp Howard (1895–1955), born, part of the Three Stooges comedy team<sup> [link]</sup> 1346
9 Fanny Brice (1891–1951), comedian, singer, and entertainer<sup> [link]</sup> 984
10 Paul Muni (1895–1967) Austrian-born (later American) Academy Award and Tony Award-winning actor from the Golden Age of Hollywood<sup> [link]</sup> 519
11 Gummo Marx (1893–1977), one of the Marx Brothers 430
12 Sam Jaffe (1891–1984) Academy Award-nominated film and stage actor 312
13 Hermione Gingold (1897–1987) , British actress 219
14 Molly Picon (1898–1992), star of stage, screen and television<sup> [link]</sup> 185
15 Paul Lukas (1895–1971) Hungarian (later American) film actor 163
16 Gertrude Berg (1899–1966), radio and television actress<sup> [link]</sup> 149
17 Ricardo Cortez (1899–1977) Austrian-born (later American) silent film star, known as a "Latin lover" type<sup> [link]</sup> 148
18 Francis Lederer (1899–2000) Czech-born (later American) actor 86
19 Philip Loeb (1892–1955), stage, film, and television actor<sup> [link]</sup> 74
20 Carmel Myers (1899–1980), silent film actress<sup> [link]</sup> 47
21 Irving Kaufman (1890–1976), singer, recording artist and Vaudeville performer 24

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