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Sasson Gabai

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Sasson Gabai (also Sasson Gabay) - is an Israeli actor, Jewish and originally from Iraq. He works in Israeli cinema. He has won Award of the Israeli Film Academy, Asia Pacific Screen Award, European Film Awards and Jerusalem Film Festival in 2007 as Best Actor in a highly acclaimed Israeli film "The Band's Visit". He is leading and prolific actors in Israel. Description above from the Wikipedia article  Sasson Gabai , licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Nov 24, 1947 In Baghdad, Iraq
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Special Ops
Latest Project:
Movie A Brother’s Love 2019-06-07
Known For
Poster of The Kind Words
Poster of Restoration
Poster of The Quarry
Poster of Rambo III
Series Special Ops Hovav 2024
Movie A Brother’s Love Hichem 2019-06-07
Series Stockholm Amos Barazani 2018-07-16
Movie The Angel Anwar Sadat 2018-05-15
Movie The Kind Words 2015-05-28
Series Sirens Uzi Reguan 2014-11-27
Series Shtisel Nukhem Shtisel 2013-06-29
Movie Hunting Elephants Elijah 2013-07-03
Movie Kidon 2013-08-24
Movie When Pigs Have Wings Jafaar 2011-09-21
Movie Restoration Yaakov Fidelman 2011-08-25
Movie Hello Goodbye Le Chef de la Police 2008-11-26
Movie The Band's Visit Tewfiq Zakaria 2007-05-19
Movie Aviva, My Love Oded Zar 2006-07-27
Movie Year Zero Guide-Dogs Trainer 2004-06-06
Movie The Order Yuri 2001-05-05
Movie Made in Israel Perach 2001-09-27
Movie Delta Force One: The Lost Patrol Minister Oman 2000-10-05
Movie Escape: Human Cargo Suliman Nasir Rasi 1998-03-22
Movie The Patriots Cop 1 Israel 1994-06-01
Movie Blink of an Eye Khalil 1992-08-26
Movie Not Without My Daughter Hamid 1991-01-11
Movie The Tragedy of Flight 103: The Inside Story Marwan Khreesat 1990-12-09
Movie The Quarry Moshe David 1990-06-06
Movie Steal the Sky Kamel Djern 1988-08-26
Movie Rambo III Mousa 1988-05-24
Movie The Impossible Spy General Haled 1987-11-28
Movie The Ambassador Arab Student 1985-01-11