Patricia Arquette 311.
(photo credit: Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)
If you see someone that looks like a movie star walking around Jerusalem or Tel
Aviv this week, it might not be your imagination. A 21- member delegation of
Hollywood actors, producers and directors including Matthew Modine and Patricia
Arquette arrived in Israel Sunday to meet with government leaders including
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and President Shimon Peres; members of the
arts, culture and business communities here and in the Palestinian Authority;
and representatives of non-governmental organizations.
participants are actor Tim Daly (Wings
); Emmy Award-winner Alfre Woodard
); Emmy Award-winner Joe Pantoliano (The Sopranos
); Stephen Baldwin (The Usual Suspects
); Griffin Dunne (After Hours
Steven Weber (Brothers & Sisters
); Andrea Bowen (Desperate
, Boston Public
); and Rob Morrow (Northern Exposure
was put together by The Creative Coalition, a nonprofit charity of the arts and
entertainment community founded in 1989. Daly serves as the organization’s
The American Israel Education Foundation, an independent,
non-profit, charitable foundation affiliated with AIPAC, is also involved in the
visit of the delegation.