Ayelet Zurer

Ayelet Zurer



Ayelet Zurer born 28 June 1969) is an Israeli actress. She was nominated for awards at the Jerusalem Film Festival, the Israeli Academy Awards and the Israeli Television Academy Awards. She won Best Actress awards for her roles in the Israeli film Nina’s Tragedies and Betipul. Ayelet Zurer was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel, to a Jewish family. Her mother was born in Czechoslovakia and immigrated to Israel at 16 years old. Her mother was saved during World War II by hiding in a convent in the Slovak state. During her military service in the Israel Defense Forces, Zurer was a member of a military band under the IDF's Northern Command.

After finishing her service, Zurer studied acting for three years in Yoram Levinsteun Academy. She then moved to the United States and studied with George Morison at the Actors Workshop in NYC. She was invited to play the lead in Florentine, one of Israel's iconic television shows. She returned to Israel, developed a career on stage, in films, and in television and became one of Israel's most acclaimed actresses. In 2006 when Ayelet was cast in Steven Spielberg's Munich, she moved with her family to California where she resides today.

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