Cedar Park Cemetery, New Jersey
- Martin Balsam (1919–1996) won an Academy Award in 1965 for best supporting actor in A Thousand Clowns.
- Julian Beck (1925–1985) was an actor, director, poet, and painter
- Maxwell Bodenheim (1891–1954), American poet and novelist. Known as the King of Greenwich Village Bohemians
- Myron Cohen (1902–1986), comedian and storyteller
- Sammy Fain (1902–1989), composer of popular music
- Willie and Eugene Howard, comedians
- Joe E. Lewis, American comedian and singer
- John Marley (1907–1984), actor best known for the "horses's head" scene in The Godfather
- Delmore Schwartz (1913–1966) was a poet, whose first published work was the short story In Dreams Begin Responsibilities
- Leonard Farbstein (1902–1993) A United States Representative from the state of New York.
- Isaac Bashevis Singer, Polish-born Jewish writer in Yiddish and a recipient of the 1978 Nobel Prize in Literature
- Martin Balsam at Find a Grave
- "Sometimes the Grave Is a Fine and Public Place". The New York Times. March 28, 2004.
Cedar Park Cemetery in Paramus [sic] tends toward performers. Martin Balsam, who won both a Tony and an Oscar was buried there in 1996. Joe E. Lewis, the comic whose rough life was portrayed by Frank Sinatra in the 1957 movie, The Joker Is Wild, is nearby. (As are two illustrious nonperformers, the Nobel Prize writer Isaac Bashevis Singer and the poet Delmore Schwartz.)
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