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Movie bad guy STEVEN BERKOFF
Jewish French Connection director, who
was left feeling like a real criminal on
— according to gossip Web site
Tuesday, June 25, when he was
PageSix.com — immediately fired off a
deported from America.
letter to the Variety editor.
The British Beverly Hills Cop actor, pro-
The letter reads, "If Mr. Stone and I
filed in the Jewish News on June 21 ("A
were in a land dispute, I would not be
Taste for Blood," page 68), was scheduled
justified in murdering him or his
to perform the play Shakespeare's Villains,
friends and relations."
in which he portrays a number of the
And in response to Stone's third-
Bard's best bad guys, June 26 as part of
party idea, Friedkin snipes, "Will Mr.
Stone volunteer his son or daughter to
the Ann Arbor Summer Festival and June
become part of this force?"
27 in Grand Rapids.
But American immigration officials
STEVEN SPIELBERG admits he is a
deported him before he could take the
stage, reportedly for a visa violation.
better father than a filmmaker.
The Minority Report director has
Berkoff moans from his London
home, "It was a nightmare. I have
clocked up dozens of successful and
never been prevented from working in
critically acclaimed movies, but insists
America before."
he is better at conjuring
The performer was sent
up breakfasts for the
seven children he shares
home after being nabbed
with wife KATE CAP-
by United States
SHAW and organizing
Immigration and
the team at home than
Naturalization Service
he is on a film set.
agents at Detroit
He boasts, "When I'm
Metropolitan Airport on
allegations that he had
not making movies, what
I'm really, really good at
violated the terms of a
is organizing a morning.
previous work visa issued
"I'm good at organizing
in 1997, say Ann Arbor
Madonna an d Guy
all the kids and getting
Summer Festival director
EVY WARS HAWSKI and Ritchie: Into Kabbalah.
their lunches packed and
getting them off to school.
Berkoff's American agent,
I'm Mr. Mom from 6:30 a.m. until the
JOE AJLOUNY.
Following a two-hour wait during
end of my third carpool, like 9 a.m.
"But then my wife is the real mom
which Ajlouny — who also is an attor-
ney — pleaded with the INS to allow
for the rest of the day and evening."
Berkoff to proceed to Ann Arbor, the
But Spielberg does have one fatherly
actor was placed on a flight to London. flaw — "I'm really bad at figuring out
consequences for my kids when one of
Warshawski, who was forced to can-
cel the performance, says, "He was not them does something wrong.
happy. He called to apologize, to tell
"Not that I'm not tough enough,
I'm just always short of ideas. My wife
me how sad he was over the incident.
is much better in the creative conse-
"But he's not just sad, he's mad. He
kept telling them, 'I'm not a terrorist,
quence department."
I'm an actor!"'
Berkoff was told he had stayed one
According to US magazine, former
day past the limit of his 1997 visa,
Michigander MADONNA has inspired
her husband, screenwriter/director GUY
says Ajlouny.
RITCHIE (Snatch, Swept Away), to
Oscar-winning moviemaker WILLIAM write a children's book on the Kabbalah.
FRIEDKIN has hit out at OLIVER
Madonna, 43, has been studying the
STONE after the JFKdirector defend-
mystical branch of Judaism for the past
five years, and, a source told the maga-
ed Palestinian suicide bombers.
In a recent interview with Daily
zine, she's "gotten Guy into the Kabbalah
as well. She is getting him to write at least
Variety magazine, Stone, son of a
one book on it that will be geared so that
Jewish father and non-Jewish mother,
young kids can understand it, too."
called Israeli settlers "vigilantes" and
suggested a third party be sent into the
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