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Suggestions by Mark from NY and Cyg from Toronto.
You cannot imagine her impact in 1969-70. She also starred in Love Story and was the country's dream girl for several years, then left the A list. Her Jewishness, which I believe is on the maternal side (hence the name, which is her own), was never in public awareness notwithstanding her role in Goodbye, Columbus.
What about Ali?All I read is your rant ;-)
Take actress Ali MacGraw. Her name screams goyishe, but she's actually Halachically Jewish, although her mother hid her heritage. Ali also played the original JAP in the film adaptation of Philip Roth's "Goodbye, Columbus".
Does she self-identify publically, thus avoiding the "Borderline" verdict?
Haven't seen it.
She surely acts like a JEwish princess in winds of war I noticed, and is not a very good actress. Not that pretty either, but I do like her........