Uri Zohar (Hebrew: אורי זוהר) (4 November 1935 – 2 June 2022) was an Israeli movie director, actor and comedian who later became an Orthodox rabbi. Zohar was born in Tel Aviv, Israel. His entertainment career lasted from 1956 to 1988. His best known movies were Hole in the Moon, Three Days and a Child, Every Bastard a King, Big Eyes and Metzitzim.
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- Gershon Shafir; Yoav Peled (2002). Being Israeli. p. 148. ISBN 0-521-79672-5.
- Anderman, Nirit (2 June 2022). "Uri Zohar, Israeli Comedian-turned-rabbi, Dies at 86". Haaretz. Retrieved 2 June 2022.