Avi Hoffman was inducted into the Bronx Jewish Hall of Fame in 2016. He was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his portrayal of Willy Loman in a Yiddish-language production of Death of a Salesman, and is best known for his award-winning, one-man shows, Too Jewish?, Too Jewish, Two! (both of which were broadcast on PBS), and Still Jewish After All These Years. He was named Performer of the Year in 1995 by New York Press magazine, won a 2001 Ovation Award in Los Angeles for Best Actor in a Musical, and has been nominated for Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards in New York. As national project director of the Dachau Album: An Interfaith Holocaust Program, he was invited to the Vatican to meet Pope Francis. On TV, Avi was featured as Sid Raskin in the Starz series Magic City, and has also been seen on Netflix’s Bloodline, A&E’s The Glades, and Law & Order. He starred in the motion picture The Imported Bridegroom, and was seen in the PBS documentary They Came for Good: A History of Jews in the USA. Avi has performed all over the world and has numerous acting and directing credits.