Dating a modern orthodox jew
She says she “fell in love with acting” when she was 8 years old.It was an unusual choice for a young girl who was religious and attending Orthodox day schools.“Saying you wanted to be a filmmaker and an actress or director was somewhat taboo, but I was blessed with very supportive parents,” she says.Gottfried’s parents moved the family from Brooklyn to Los Angeles when she was 14.The goal is to produce five more episodes for the series’ first season.“We’re looking to gain a big enough following,” says Gottfried, “so that we can take the show’s concept and pitch it to a larger network or online media platform.” This post has been contributed by a third party. Judy Bolton-Fasman is the arts and culture writer for Jewish It’s obvious that David and the first Sarah have been mismatched and the two keep sneaking off to chat with each other.“I think a lot about Sarah and David,” says Gottfried.
“There’s a real thirst for this kind of content,” Gottfried says.As soon as he meets Sarah, there’s immediate chemistry.But soon enough, David realizes that he’s with the wrong Sarah and goes over to his actual date, also named Sarah, seated at the next table.There she auditioned for commercials and short films.Frustrated with a lack of roles for her, she decided to write and produce her own content.
“In the media we usually see only ultra-Orthodox or secular Jews—never anything in between like the Modern Orthodox Jew. And it’s never been done in America.” But it has been done with great success in Israel.