From Jew in the City:
The Hollywood industry can seem so intimidating, most people don’t even try to break in, let alone when you’re from an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood. Esti Michelle Rosenblatt, a Hasidic Lubavitcher in Brooklyn, is breaking that stereotype — proving religion doesn’t have to hold you back from being cast in mainstream media, even when you are visibly Jewish.
Her four children have been cast in major TV shows like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and huge films like The Greatest Showman. Her children make a Kiddush Hashem each time they represent Judaism on and off camera, undoing the stereotypical portrayals of Orthodoxy in the media.
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