Birth Name: Jonathan Silverman
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
Born Jonathan Elihu Silverman on Aug. 5, 1966 in Los Angeles to parents Devora and Rabbi Hillel Silverman, he attended Beverly Hills High School, where he became life-long friends with future television star David Schwimmer. Shortly after graduating high school, he found himself in the enviable, albeit intimidating, position of replacing Matthew Broderick as Eugene, the emotional centerpiece of a Jewish family in New York during the Depression, in the 1983 Broadway production of playwright Neil Simon's autobiographical "Brighton Beach Memoirs." Two years later, Silverman took over the same character from Broderick once again, in the second part of Simon's "Eugene Trilogy" in the Broadway sta...
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