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Berman also admitted to liking the show despite its Jewish shortcomings.“It’s very cool to have a character on TV who is Jewish but also smart, pretty, complicated and funny,” she said.
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since debuting against stiff competition on the night of the world junior hockey championships, Jan. Karpluk, 30, was born in Jasper, Alta., and graduated from the University of Victoria with a bachelor of fine arts in theatre. In university, I was accepted into the theatre program and my mom says, `The hell you are.'"Mom was the principal of the high school; her father and brother both work on the railroad.
"As a kid, I played bantam double A hockey with the boys," she recalls. I wore sweat pants and jeans; I had a bad perm."Karpluk has been acting for nine years. Her TV credits include Men in Trees, The L Word, Flash Gordon, Dark Angel and her breakthrough role, the lead in Godiva's, set in the restaurant biz in Vancouver.
Jewish cast members have helped other actors with Hebrew pronunciations.
Sinyor emphasized that she is “not speaking for Jews as a whole,” but she said the show purposely addresses Jewish issues, such as interfaith dating and opposition to circumcision.
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