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November 22, 1991 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-22

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his mother remarried when
Rod was a child and raised
him a Lutheran. Mr.
Steiger today identifies as
a Christian.
Mr. Steiger has appeared
in numerous plays and
films, playing Jews in both
The Pawnbroker and The

Chosen.

OLIVER STONE,

Academy Award-winning
screenwriter and director,
is the son of a Jewish
father, Louis Stone, and a
Catholic mother, Jac-
queline Goddet.
Born in 1946 in New
York, Mr. Stone attended
Yale University and won
Academy recognition in
1978 for his screenplay

Elizabeth Taylor
offered to take
the place of one
of the 100 Israeli
hostages held at
Entebbe.

name is Elisheva. She
became a supporter of Jew-
ish and Israeli causes,
which resulted in numer-
ous Arab nations banning
her films. She toured Israel
in 1983 and offered to take
the place of one of the 100
Israeli hostages held at
Entebbe.
According to Tim Boxer,
author of The Jewish
Celebrity Hall of Fame, Ms.
Taylor "continues to em-
brace her faith." She has
appeared in several films of
Jewish interest, including
Victory at Entebbe, and
narrated Genocide, a 1982
Holocaust documentary.
Today, Ms. Taylor
devotes much of her time to
finding funds for AIDS
research. She also has been
an active supporter of the
Israeli War Victims Fund
for the Chaim Sheba
Hospital, the Simon
Wiesenthal Center and the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem.

JOSEPH WAPNER's

Midnight Express. He also
wrote screenplays for Con-
an the Barbarian, Scarface,
Salvador and Wall Street.
He served as director of
The Doors and Platoon, for
which he won a second
Academy Award. He recent-
ly directed a movie about
the assassination of John F.
Kennedy.

ELIZABETH TAYLOR,
born in 1932, has been an
American favorite ever since
she appeared in her first
starring role, in 1944, in Na-
tional Velvet. Subsequent
films have included A Place
in the Sun, Who's Afraid of
Virginia Woolf?, Butterfield
8 and Raintree County.

Ms. Taylor's love life has
generated as much interest
as her film career. Married
twice to the late actor
Richard Burton, Ms.
Taylor has been wed to
three Jews: Michael
Wilding, Michael Todd and
Eddie Fisher. Mr. Todd
(born Avrom Goldbogen),
the man credited with tur-
ning her into an interna-
tional star, died in a plane
crash in 1958.
Though born a Christian
Scientist, Ms. Taylor in
1959 converted to Judaism
at Temple Israel in
Hollywood. Her Hebrew

claim to fame came
through "The People's
Court," in which the feisty
judge issues decrees on
everything from failed
breeding mares to
striptease dancers said to
have absconded with their
firms' money.
Judge Wapner, 71,
started out as assistant
credit manager for a jewel-
ry store. He next served in
the U.S. Army, where he
received the Purple Heart
and Bronze Star for
bravery during World War
II.
After his military ser-
vice, Judge Wapner enroll-
ed in law school at the
University of Southern
California. He later served,
for 18 years, on the
California Superior Court,
including two years as
presiding judge.

LESLIE ANN WAR-
REN, most recently seen in
the Mel Brooks film Life
Stinks, is the daughter of a
Jewish mother born in
England and a Jewish
father from Russia.
Born in 1949, Ms.
Warren wanted to be an ac-
tress since she was 15. Her
first role was in the play
110 in the Shade. Soon
after, she appeared as
Cinderella in the television

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