Cast

igloo photo: Daniel Kaminski

Shiri Gadni, Actress
Graduated from Nissan Nativ Acting School Tel-Aviv in 2001. Upon graduation she joined the Gesher Theater Company, where she appeared in prominent roles such as: Shusha in “Shusha”, Baska in “City – Isaac Babel stories”, Goat in “Kfar” and Candy in “Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love” (for which she was nominated for the Israeli Theater Award for most promising actress). Since 2007 Shiri has been part of the Cameri Theater ensemble. Among her major roles there: Smeraldina in “Servant of Two Masters”, Ada in “What is a Dream”, The Hooker in “Suitcase Packers” and Athena in “Women of Troy” – a coproduction of the Cameri theatre and Tokyo Metropolitan Theare, directed by Yukio Ninagawa. Shiri has appeared in several films, including “Maya” by Michal Bat Adam, “Shrouds” by Shalom Hagar and “Weekend in the Galilee” by Moshe Mizrachy. She also plays a regular role in the Channel 2 satirical comedy series “Polishuk” by Shmuel Hasfari.

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Alon Freidman, Actor
Graduated from Nissan Nativ Acting School Tel AvivIn 2001 Alon was awarded the America-Israel Cultural Foundation scholarship for gifted young artists. Since 2002 he has been part of the Gesher Theater ensemble, playing leading roles in plays such as “Shusha”,”Princess Ivon”, “Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love”, “Revisor”, “The Suicider” and “The Cripple of Inishmaan” (for which he won the Israeli Theater Award for most promising actor in 2004). On Television, Alon has appeared in the prime-time drama “Mommy”, and played guest roles in “Arabic Work”, “Spoons” and “Life Isn’t Everything”. He has also played a main role in the feature film “The Bubble”.

gloo by yehezkel Lazarov photo: Daniel Kaminski

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