The Shmooze

Who Are the Hottest Jewish Men in Hollywood?

By Anne Cohen

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Adam Brody

So many mensches, so little time.

To save you the trouble of thinking about it too hard, Buzzfeed has nicely put together “The Official Ranking Of The 51 Hottest Jewish Men In Hollywood”. Whether they’re Jewish in real life, or play a member of the tribe on TV, these men are all prime hubby material.

Included in the rundown are Adam Brody (#1, goes without saying), Liev Schrieber (#3), James Franco (#4), Jake Gyllenhaal (#5), Andrew Garfield (#8), Joseph Gordon-Levitt (#10), Gabriel Macht (#11 — you know him as Harvey Specter from “Suits”), Jason Schwartzmann (#13), Paul Rudd (#15) and Max Greenfield (#18).

For the full list of hebrew hunks, click here.


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