I know a lot about Jewish comedians.
For a Jewish guy, I've recorded a lot of Christmas albums.
I could live on challah bread, the Jewish kosher bread, quite happily.
When my children were growing up, we began every family meal - which included breakfast and dinner every day - with a prayer. We are Jewish and so it was the prayer over bread, when we were having bread, or the catch-all prayer for everything when we weren't.
You know how Van Nuys got its name? Well, one day my little old Jewish mother was visiting me, and I took her to the top of the Hollywood Hills and had her view the valley below just at sunset. Well, mama, what would you call that? And she said, Ver nize.
If I wrote a Jewish superhero, he'd have awesome time-traveling powers. I'd call him Doctorow.
I grew up in the classic American-Jewish suburbia, which has a whole different sense of what it means to be Jewish than anywhere else in the world.
Maybe there's something about the outsiderness of being Jewish that makes for a fiery feminist type.
Hey, I may loathe myself, but it has nothing to do with the fact that I'm Jewish.
We are Germans. We are Armenians. French, Italian, Russian, American, Asian, African... many other nationalities. We are Christians, Jewish, Muslim and Hindu. We are black, we are white. We are a community of some many differences, so complex and yet so simple. We do not need to have war!