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12 Jewish Celebrity Dads in Honor of Father's Day

By Anne Cohen

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We love a good celebrity dad. Here, we’ve rounded up our favorites — from David Beckham to (the almost Jewish) Jason Biggs.

Enjoy!

1) David Beckham
Fatherhood Status: 4 kids with wife Victoria Beckham
Names: Harper Seven Beckham, Brooklyn Joseph Beckham, Romeo James Beckham, Cruz David Beckham


2) Max Greenfield
Father Status: One daughter with wife Tess Sanchez
Name: Lilly Greenfield


3) Jason Biggs (Ok, so not exactly 100% Jewish. But he’s played enough members of the tribe to be included in this list.)
Fatherhood Status: One son with wife Jenny Mollen
Name: Sid Biggs


4) Ben Stiller
Fatherhood Status: One daughter with wife Christine Taylor
Name: Amy Stiller


5) Adam Sandler
Fatherhood Status: 2 kids with wife Jackie Sandler
Names: Judy Sandler, Stanley Sandler


6) Jon Stewart
Fatherhood Status: 2 kids with wife Tracy McShane
Names: Nathan Stewart, Maggie Stewart


7) Jack Black
Fatherhood Status: 2 sons with Tanya Haden
Names: Samuel Jason “Sammy” Black, Thomas David Black


8) Sacha Baron Cohen
Fatherhood Status: 2 daughters with wife Isla Fisher
Names: Olive Cohen, Elula Lottie Miriam


9) Michael Douglas
Fatherhood Status: 3 kids with wife Catherine Zeta-Jones
Names: Cameron Douglas, Carys Zeta Douglas, Dylan Michael Douglas


10) Lenny Kravitz
Fatherhood Status: one daughter with ex-wife Lisa Bonnet
Name: Zoë Kravitz


11) Paul Rudd
Fatherhood Status: 2 sons with wife Julie Yaeger
Names: Jack Sullivan Rudd, Darby Rudd


12) Matthew Broderick
Fatherhood Status: 3 kids with wife Sarah Jessica Parker
Names: Marion Loretta Elwell Broderick, Tabitha Hodge Broderick, James Wilkie Broderick



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