Converts to Judaism

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    Elizabeth Taylor

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  2. Anna Silk
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    Anna Silk

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  3. Eleanor Parker
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    Eleanor Parker

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  4. Ivanka Trump
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  5. Martha Hyer
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  6. Lauren Cohan
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    Lauren Cohan

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  7. Isla Fisher
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  8. Joan Lunden
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    Joan Lunden

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  9. Carolyn Jones
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    Carolyn Jones

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  10. Elizabeth Banks
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    Elizabeth Banks

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  11. Benjamin Millepied
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    Benjamin Millepied

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  12. Kyle Richards
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    Kyle Richards

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  13. Jackie Sandler
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    Jackie Sandler

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  14. Tula
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  15. Jim Croce
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    Jim Croce

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  16. Norma Shearer
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    Norma Shearer

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  17. Nikki Ziering
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    Nikki Ziering

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  18. Helen Reddy
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    Helen Reddy

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  19. Felicity Kendal
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    Felicity Kendal

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  20. Sammy Davis Jr.
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    Sammy Davis Jr.

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  21. May Britt
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    May Britt

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  22. Debbie Rowe
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  23. Connie Chung
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    Connie Chung

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  24. Mandy Rice-Davies
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    Mandy Rice-Davies

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  25. Monica Horan
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    Monica Horan

    22,889 views

    Monica Louise Horan (born January 29, 1963) is an American actress best known for her role as Amy MacDougall-Barone on the television sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond.


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