Snitches get ‘stitches,’ and Yiddishists get lyricists.
“I would never accept a role knowing it would harm another actor,” said the actor in a tweet.
Westworld, Veep, Saturday Night Live — all full of amazing Jews!
Variety released a breakdown of the highest paid actors and personalities on television and the results are, for lack of a better word, staggering.
Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz suffered a blow last week when Mandy Patinkin, who played the beloved character Inigo Montoya in 1987 movie “The Princess Bride,” published an dissing Cruz’s use of his former character’s quotes on the campaign trail.
The Internet is a really strange place. Just one click could bring you videos of cats pawing at menorahs — or a meme of Ted Cruz face superimposed on Mandy Patinkin’s body.
Mandy Patinkin’s 60 Minutes interview covered many things: ‘Homeland,’ his childhood, and his fraught career. But the best part? When the actor showed off his epic toy train collection.
Watch out, Netanyahu, you’ve got company. In an appearance on the ‘Colbert Report,’ ‘Homeland’ star Mandy Patinkin insinuated he may be making a bid for Prime Minister of Israel.
Mandy Patinkin let it all hang out during a speech to the Americans for Peace Now. He quoted psalms, sang a medley of show tunes and needled Benjamin Netanyahu — all in 25 minutes.
An ebullient Mandy Patinkin cool in a black V-necked sweater, cargo pants and sneakers, now the beardless former acting CIA director Saul Berenson on Showtime’s hit series “Homeland,” bounded up the stage at the Center for Jewish History at the YIVO-Institute for Jewish Research December 8 tribute to Yiddish ethnomusicologist Chana (Eleanor) Mlotek who died at 91 last month.