Jeff Goldblum, it seems, per this obviously totally real clip from MTV’s “After Hours With Josh Horowitz,” is now in the restaurant business. At NYC eatery Goldblum’s, the actor is proprietor, maitre d, waiter, piano player, bartender, and more. A fantasy come true. Except for kosher folks. Sorry guys—there’s pork on the menu. Enjoy the… More ▸
By Uri Fintzy
This week we salute you, the Jewish father.
Why? Well first of all, because this Sunday is Father’s Day, and secondly because we usually pay more attention to Jewish moms, that we often forget how great Jewish dads are.
They are so great, that unlike most Jewish mothers who are very similar in their television portrayal, the TV Jewish fathers are so different from one another, so we decided to name nine of our favorite types of Jewish dads on TV.
1. The Workaholic Dad – Ari Gold (“Entourage”)
He’s married to his work and the actors he represents are his actual children. We know it, Ari Gold knows it and his family knows it. The world’s most notorious movie agent (Jeremy Piven) has the ability to make television explode from over-bleeping. Ari is a devoted Jew… when it doesn’t conflict with his work (he escaped Yom Kippur services to try and seal Vincent a lead role in the movie “Medellin”) and is also an over-protective father. In fact, he is so over-protective that when his daughter Sarah begins to like child actor Max Ballard, Ari sends him to Kazakhstan to shoot a new movie to keep him away from his daughter. More ▸
Sarah Silverman and Jeff Goldblum have just signed on to guest star on the Thanksgiving episode of the FX comedy series, The League. The League is about a group of oddballs who are in a fantasy football league together. But do not fret if you don’t care for fantasy football (or the real kind). The… More ▸