Tovah Feldshuh was born in Brooklyn, New York City and she is an artist. Tovah is the stepdaughter of Sidney and Lillian Feldshuh and she also has a half-brother, David. She attended Sarah Lawrence College. Later she married Andrew Harria Levy and they have two children together; a son, Garson, and a daughter, Amanda. Tovah earned a master’s degree in fine arts at the College of Saint Mary in Connecticut and her artwork was shown at the 2021 American Society of Art in New York City.
Tovah lives in New York City and she creates theater and opera. Her works are popular among collectors. Her most famous piece is “A Chorus Line” from her play “Broadway”, which was later turned into a movie of the same name. In her plays “The Box Woman” and “Maid of Orleans” Tovah made controversial statements and was accused of plagiarizing the play. Critics of hers claim that Tovah does not understand the difference between derivative works and original works and she is guilty of using other people’s ideas.
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Tovah is an actor with several films produced in New York and Israel. Her most notable role is probably in the film “Box Girl”. Her other films include “The Informant! And the Infidel” and “Maid of Orleans”. Her Broadway play “Chrysanthemum” was turned into a television series on HBO and her movies were successful. Her first Broadway performance was in the play “Chrysanthemum” and she went on to play the same role in the movies “Maid of Orleans” and “The Play”.
The character of “The Box Girl” is based on the life of Barbara Cook, who was a singer for The Supremes and became a legendary singer and actress in her own right. Tovah has mentioned in interviews that her real-life inspiration was the real-life Box Girls. The role of Barbara Cook in the movies was modeled after former Boxerina who was also a talented singer and actress and who Tovah found fascinating and inspirational. Her real-life inspiration was an Israeli singer by the same name, Sarah Ben passively referred to as Barbara Cook. Tovah did a lot of research on Barbara Cook and researched the early life of Sarah Ben seeing as Barbara was an important figure in the creation of jazz, which Tovah supports.
As Tovah learned more about Barbara Cook and the early life of her and looked at the biographies and memoirs of her, she realised that her true identity was to be found in the stories of the women who followed her footsteps. It was obvious from reading numerous biographies and memoirs about Barbara Cook that Tovah had a particular fondness for the women she portrayed in her movies. So when Tovah decided to adapt the life of Benida Foa and Iraheta Coster to a screenplay, she knew right there and then that she wanted to be an artist, not just a singer. Tovah then decided to use the real life experiences of Iraheta Coster as well as the stories of other women in her movies. The result was an amazing cast of strong women, each with their own talents and strengths that come out beautifully in Tovah Feldshuh’s terrific movies.
Tovah is an incredibly talented actress who has taken on some very challenging roles which are in fact not easy to do. She recently completed filming the film “Water for Sleep” which was shot in New York City and New Orleans. Tovah has also recently completed filming the movie “The Spectacular Now” with Steve McQueen. In between those movies, Tovah also spent some time traveling the world, notably visiting Tel Aviv and Paris, both of which she considers her dreams cities. As a result, Tovah is absolutely delighted with her ability to live in a new city, meet new people and make new friends.