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Michael Moshonov

Acting

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About Michael

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Michael Moshonov (born on 3 March 1986) is an Israeli actor, singer, musician and TV host. He won two Ophir Awards for the roles he played in the films Lost Islands and The Human Resources Manager. Description above from the Wikipedia article Michael Moshonov, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Birthday:

3 March 1986

Place of Birth:

Tel Aviv, Israel

Michael’s Filmography

As Shimon Litvak. Brilliant young actress Charlie strikes up an acquaintance with an intriguing stranger while on holiday in Greece, but it rapidly becomes apparent that his intentions are far from romantic.

As Matthew. In the first century, free-spirited Mary Magdalene flees the marriage her family has arranged for her, finding refuge and a sense of purpose in a radical new movement led by the charismatic, rabble-rousing preacher named Jesus.

Executive producer. After a rare diagnosis, Lily's attempts to flee from war torn Israel are thwarted when the airport shuts down and her zany cousin forces her to party.

As Erez Levi. A family with five kids in the 80s get into a crisis when twin brothers fall in love with the same girl.

As Yigal. During the First Lebanon War in 1982, a lone tank and a paratroopers platoon are dispatched to search a hostile town.

As Yonatan. A young Arab is caught between cultures as he is sent to a prestigious Jewish boarding school in Israel in the 1980s.

As Yair. Based on the turbulent life story of the poet Yona Wallach. The film focuses on the period in which she was just a young village girl, a war orphan, clawing her way through the world of Hebrew poetry. With the outbreak consciousness and transition from the village to the big city, Jonah, which examines the limits of herself and wants to know everything, experienced a mental breakdown. Spirit of the times, Jonah was treated LSD. The struggle to return to write and occupy its own place heavy charge her, but earns her immortality on the Hebrew poetry shelf.

As Menachem. A family in Jerusalem is torn apart by the mysterious disappearance of their father after a tragic a car accident.

As Noam. Not the sort of film we usually see coming from Israel, this teen horror-comedy is a loving tribute to American films of the 80s. Mili and Noam are high-school students who intend to celebrate their six-month anniversary by losing their virginity. What begins as an innocent pedal boat ride full of raging hormones, becomes a struggle against monstrous cats out for blood. This self-parodying low, low budget, independently produced feature is filled with surprises as well as hilarious oddball charm.

As Mike. A hip-hop musical tells of the possible friendship between those domain owners who do not usually want to mix with each other but only compete with each other.

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