Three great Jewish jokes from Deb Filler

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Hilarious Jewish humour: Clean, parev, and delivered with a straight face and a calm disposition. Deb's father survived four camps.
by ANT KATZ | Jul 31, 2015

A very funny lady indeed

Deb Filler (born Deborah Rachel in 1954) is a New Zealand born writer/performer, character artist and producer. Her dry style of humour is clean and parev, delivered with a straight face and a calm disposition. She is absolutely hilarious. 

Versatile Deb's story mirrors that of the stereotypical 20th Century European Jewish model.

Born to a German Jewish mother, Ruth Filler (born Ruth Adler in Hildesheim, Germany), and Sol (Schaja) Filler, a Polish Jewish father from Brzozow in Galicia, who survived Plascow, Auschwitz, Buchenwald and Theresienstadt concentration camps.

Her maternal grandparents fled from Germany to New Zealand in 1938 (her maternal grandfather's family's history can be traced back to the late sixteenth century in Germany). The family lived in Obernkirchen and Hildesheim. Jüdisches Leben in der Provinz is a book written about the Adler family history in Obernkirchen as well as other Jews from the province of Schaumberg with a a contribution by Filler


1 Comment

  1. 1 Denis Solomons 03 Aug
    jokes are old !


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