Throughout his career, Marlon Brando displayed an unusual intimacy with Jewish issues and the Jewish struggle. Allan M. Jalon explores the actor’s quirky intelligence and his affinity with the Jewish people.
Elaine Stritch, who died at 89, was as feisty off-stage as on. Masha Leon recalls her belting out songs over lunch — and who knew she went out with Marlon Brando?
On October 2, BearManor Media issued a Kindle Edition of 2009’s “Acting Foolish,” an unjustly overlooked memoir by actor Lewis J. Stadlen. Born in Brooklyn in 1947, Stadlen famously appeared on TV’s “The Sopranos” as Dr. Ira Fried, a wittily dour specialist in erectile dysfunction.