Actor Jon Voight Drops by Beverly Hills Deli

Voight said he is a fan of The Nosh's matzo ball soup.

Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight was spotted dining at  in Beverly Hills on Thursday.

Voight told Patch he is a regular patron of the South Santa Monica Boulevard deli and that he particularly enjoys the restaurant's matzo ball soup. He was eating lunch at a table with several friends.

The Hollywood legend won Oscar and Golden Globe awards in 1978 in the best actor category for his portrayal of Luke Martin in the film Coming Home. He is the father of actress Angelina Jolie.

Known for its homemade bagels and all-day breakfast, The Nosh is owned by Beverly Hills residents David Laredo and Ron Magnin. The eatery has been open in its current location since 1975, according to its website.

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Marty Vergari January 20, 2012 at 05:05 PM
I saw Jon Voight at the Great Greek in Sherman Oaks last week sitting at Ann Jillian and her husbands table there with friends. Both Ann Jillian and Jon Voight were so nice to all of us who were dining on the great Greek food there. Ann Jillian danced with the talented waiters along with other diners.
Marie Cunningham (Editor) January 20, 2012 at 06:14 PM
I met Jon once. He was very nice and even discussed his habit of wearing scarves to award shows. Total trendsetter!
Noe Gold January 24, 2012 at 06:54 PM
Used to live on his street in Oak Pass Road. Recently bumped into him at Kinko's on Wilshire. Tip of the hat from an excellent gentleman!
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