Uri Zohar

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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.[1] 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.

Zohar died on 2 June 2022 from a heart attack at his home in Jerusalem, Israel at the age of 86.[2]

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  1. Gershon Shafir; Yoav Peled (2002). Being Israeli. p. 148. ISBN 0-521-79672-5.
  2. Anderman, Nirit (2 June 2022). "Uri Zohar, Israeli Comedian-turned-rabbi, Dies at 86". Haaretz. Retrieved 2 June 2022.