Personality of the Month
Other famous people whith our lastname:
Adam Horovitz, AKA Ad-Rock, a musician and member of the Beastie Boys.
Alex Horovitz, former NeXT and Apple Inc. software engineer and author.
David Horovitz (1962- ), author and political commentator.
Frances Horovitz (1938-83) Poet, Broadcaster & Performer of Poetry.
Israel Horovitz (born 1939), U.S. playwright and screenwriter.
Joseph Horovitz, Austrian-English composer.
Michael Horovitz & Frances Horovitz
Robert Horovitz, a medical biologist and nobel prize winner.
Adam Horowitz, American TV show writer
Anthony Horowitz, British author and television scriptwriter
Cindy Horowitz, maiden name Cynthia Palmer, author and mother of Winona Ryder.
Daniel Horowitz, legal analyst and attorney
David Ish-Horowicz Fellow of the Royal Society.
Dolek Horowitz, played by Pawel Delag in Schindler's List
Donald Horowitz, political scientist
Rebbe Yankev Yitzchok fun Lublin (Horowitz)
Isaiah Horowitz, Czech-born German and Palestinian rabbi, cabbalist, and
Shabtai Sheftel Horowitz, Volhynia-born Austrian Rabbi and Talmudist, son
of the Isaiah
Israel Horowitz, American chess master
Jerome Horowitz, American scientist
Michael Horowitz, American author and father of Winona Ryder.
Moses Yitzchaq ha-Levi Horowitz, Yiddish playwright
Norman Horowitz, American geneticist and space biologist
Paul Horowitz, U.S. physicist and electrical engineer.
Robert B.G. Horowitz, American intellectual property lawyer
Shmelke Horowitz of Nikolsburg, Poland-born Chief Rabbi of Moravia and cabalist
S. Horowitz & Co. (a law firm in Israel founded by the late Shalom Horowitz)
Winona Ryder (Horowitz), American actor
Yidele Horowitz, Hasidic Rebbe of Dzikov
H. Robert Horvitz
Richard Steven Horvitz
Brian Horwitz, baseball player
Maksymilian Horwitz aka Henryk Walecki (1877-1937), was a leader and theoretician
of the Polish communist movement
Morton Horwitz (born 1938), legal historian and law professor
Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize
Steven Horwitz, American economist.
William Horwitz, Scientist Emeritus, formerly an analytical chemist at the
Food and Drug Administration, USA
Aaron Hurwitz, musician, see Live on Breeze Hill
Adolf Hurwitz (1859-1919), German mathematician
Henry Hurwitz Jr., Nuclear Physicist
Emanuel Hurwitz (1919-2006), British violinist
Jon Hurwitz (born 1977), American screenwriter best known for Harold &
Kumar Go to White Castle
Yosef Yozel Hurwitz (1849-1919), the Alter of Navardok
Matt Hurwitz, American NBA public address announcer
Mitchell Hurwitz, American television writer and producer best known for
his work on Arrested Development
William Hurwitz, American pain management physician
Yair Hurvitz, Hebrew language poet.
Yigal Hurvitz, Israeli former finance minister
Aharon Gurevich (2007-present), Chief Rabbi of Russian Army
Aron Gurwitsch (1901–1973), Lithuanian-American philosopher.
Georges Gurvitch (1894–1965), Russian-French sociologist.
Fedor Dan (born Gurvich) (1871–1949), Russian revolutionary and Menshevik
Leib Gurwicz (1906–1982), influential Orthodox Rabbi
David Gurevich, Russian writer
Mikhail Gurevich (chess player) (b. 1959), Ukrainian chess grandmaster
Mikhail Gurevich (1893–1976), Soviet aircraft designer
Valery Solomonovich Gurevich is Vice-chairman of Russia's Jewish Autonomous
Oblast (the highest ranking Jewish politician in the oblast).