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YAEL BAR-ZOHAR

 

Actress, performer, host and model

 

Yael Bar-Zohar's stage career started early, at the Tel Aviv's Municipal Youth Performance Group.

 

She then participated in a series of musicals, including David, Carmen and The Sounds of Music.

 

After taking a two-year break to complete the compulsory military service at the Air force Training Unit of Israel Defense Forces, she was cast into many TV series, the most notable being:

 

Ramat Aviv Gimmel, The lead character in a 4-year series on Channel 2

Channel 3 in the City, Channel 3

The Flying Class, the Children Channel

Sheshtoos, the Children Channel

Pop Music and IN Magazine, YES satellite TV

 

Concurrently with her role on the daily Channel 3 series, TelenovellInc., she starred in the following full theatre productions:

 

As Marie Lou, the lead feminine role in Marie-Lou, Habima Theatre

As Jane, the lead feminine role in the Tarzan Musical, the Israel Opera

As Belle, the lead feminine role in Beauty and the Beast, the Israel Opera

And more...

 

Throughout her career, Yael has been working as host of TV entertainment and talk shows, including:

 

"The Bar Zohar Limits"

"The Next Big Thing"

"Pass it On"

And a broad range of television ceremonies and events.

 

Bar Zohar participated in seven annual productions of the Festigal, Israel's extremely popular stage happening and song contest in which she invariably won the first places.

 

Bar-Zohar was named Actress of the Year twice (2000, 2001) and was awarded the Golden Screen prize.

 

More recently, Yael starred in the two seasons of HOT 3's daily series Hasufim ("Exposed") as the lead character of Gali Arazi, the host of the news magazine.

 

Bar-Zohar has also led several advertising campaigns, including seven consecutive seasonal collections for FOX Fashion, an unparalleled accomplishment in Israel's model industry, and presently for Laline Cosmetics.

 

Right now, Yael is performing the lead feminine role in A Disturbed Night, a musical production of Israel's national theatre, the Cameri Theatre. The musical reviews the rich career of Shlomo Artzi, Israel's most loveable singer.

 

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING:

 

Since 2005, Bar-Zohar has been polishing her acting and singing skills, among others with the help of the following expert performance teachers of Israel:

 

Singing and vocal development at the Beit Zvi School of the Performing Arts, Tel Aviv.

Acting, with Israel's leading acting teacher, Orit Sher, as well as with Hillel Neeman and Gal Zaid.