For some reason Jews have always been interested in the influence we've had on society (Click here for an article by Mark Twain about this phenomenon). For example, we love to count the number of Jewish Nobel Prize winners or major corporations headed by MOTs (Members of the Tribe). Here is a link to a pretty complete categorized list of famous Jews.
Aside from the many Jewish jugglers I know in Israel (see
Juggling in Israel, below), here is a list of MOTs on the juggling scene (in no special order):
Avner "The Eccentric" Eisenberg
Yosef (Jonathon) Rosenberg, 1989 IJA Juniors first place
Cindy Marvell (Friedberg), 1989 IJA Seniors first place
Jonathon Lyons, firstname.lastname@example.org, former art director of Juggler's World Magazine, life member of the IJA, Greg Cohen's former business partner in Gravity Specific (a prop making business), a former board member of Mosaic Outdoor Clubs of America, Webmaster of MannaOutdoor.com: Food for the Jewish Outdoor Soul, and a few other things.
David Taubenfeld, z'l, is now juggling in heaven. While on earth, he used his talents to bring joy to those who loved him and those in need of a smile. May his memory be a blessing to all who knew him.
Larry Vee, very original and zany performer who juggles while Hula-Hooping, Unicycling, Pogo Sticking, and much more. He's won many IJA awards.
Doubble Troubble, twin brothers Nick and Alex Karvounis are full-time Las Vegas performers and past IJA teams winners.
The late Bud Markowitz, past IJA boad member and major supporter of juggling youth projects, particularly for the Special Olympics.
We all know that according to Halacha (Jewish law) that in order to be Jewish one must either be born of a Jewish mother or formally convert. Regardless, I'm adding the following people below who apparently have Jewish fathers (especially since their names tend to sound so Jewish):