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Jane Hertzmark Hudis grew up in Manhattan, the daughter of an insurance broker and a rug designer.
“My mother was vice-president at V’Soske, Inc, and she would bring home tufts of wool and teach me about color,” remembers Hertzmark Hudis. “She taught me from an early age to see the differences in its intricacies — what was a blue-black, what was a blue-red and a red-blue. She taught me how to see.”
I’ve been a fan of Tony Shalhoub for as long as I can remember. Shalhoub is Lebanese-American, and when you’re of Middle Eastern heritage, you have a continually updating mental database of every single celebrity who’s of a similar ethnic background. (Did you know Wendie Malick from Just Shoot Me! is part Egyptian? Now you do.) More so, Shalhoub bears such an uncanny resemblance to my great-uncle Ramses that you can’t mention either of them in a conversation with my family without somebody remarking at the similarity.