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Jewtopia (26-Apr-2012)

Director: Bryan Fogel

Writers: Bryan Fogel; Sam Wolfson

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Jewish

A gentile man pretends to be Jewish as part of an elaborate scheme to woo a love interest.

ABSTRACT
Christian O'Donnell, a gentile American man, falls in love with Alison Marks, the Jewish daughter of a rabbi, claiming to be a Jew named Avi Rosenberg in order to stoke their flame without drawing the ire of her father. Eager to continue his ruse, Christian consults with childhood friend Adam Lipschitz for advice on "acting Jewish", embarking on a ridiculous journey filled with twists and turns as Adam attempts to balance his friend's problems with relationship troubles of his own.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Arnold
Actor
6-Mar-1959   Ex-Husband of Roseanne Barr
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Actor
21-Feb-1979   Ghost Whisperer
Christine Lakin
Actor
25-Jan-1979   Alicia Lambert on Step by Step
Jon Lovitz
Comic
21-Jul-1957   Yeaaaah, that's the ticket!
Wendie Malick
Actor
13-Dec-1950   Judith on Dream On
Camryn Manheim
Actor
8-Mar-1961   Ellenor Frutt on The Practice
Ivan Sergei
Actor
7-May-1972   Mac Ramsey on Once a Thief
Nicollette Sheridan
Actor
21-Nov-1963   Spy Hard
Jamie-Lynn Sigler
Actor
15-May-1981   Tony Soprano's bratty daughter
Peter Stormare
Actor
27-Aug-1953   Ran the woodchipper in Fargo
Bree Turner
Actor
10-Mar-1977   Sorority Boys
Rita Wilson
Actor
26-Oct-1956   Runaway Bride

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