"Chock full of jokes, stories and other witty items about such Jewish celebs as Barbra Streisand, Jerry Lewis, Jason Alexander and Richard Dreyfuss." -- The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle
"I can't put it down, the stories are so varied and hilarious. . . . Tim has brought together a wonderful collection ranging from comic Jerry Lewis, to playwright Wendy Wasserstein, to children's entertainer Shari Lewis, to actor Ron Silver, to actor Bob Saget, to producer/director Steven Spielberg." -- Polly Van Raalte, South Shore Record
"This book had anecdotes about everybody. Check the index and chances are you will find a story by or about your favorite personality. If you are in the mood for a good laugh and many giggles, buy this book." -- Courier Lifestyles
About the Author
TIM BOXER currently covers the celebrity circuit for New York's Jewish Week. His column appears in Jewish newspapers in Boston, Los Angeles, Orlando, and other major U.S. cities
For twenty years Tim Boxer covered show business for The New York Post. He was assistant to syndicated Broadway columnist Earl Wilson, and after Wilson retired, Mr. Boxer wrote his own gossip column and then a television column for The Post. For two years he produced and hosted a television program of celebrity interviews on Manhattan Cable.
An accomplished photographer, the author's star photos have appeared in Time, Life, Newsweek, Star, People, and numerous other magazines around the world. He travels the lecture circuit with his Jewish Superstars of Hollywood slide show/lecture.
A native of Winnipeg, Canada, Tim Boxer's journalism career started at the City News Bureau of Chicago, where he was a police reporter. He was a feature writer for The Sentinel, Chicago's Jewish weekly. A former student of the Hebrew Theological College, the author now lives in Queens, New York, with his wife Nina, and two sons, Gabriel and David.