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An evening with Yaakov Zada Daniel from Fauda

Wednesday, 13 March, 2024 3 Adar II 5784

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Come and hear Israeli actor, Yaakov Zada Daniel in conversation with YNET journalist, Shirit Gal Kedar.

Join us for an intimate and inspiring evening as Yaakov shares his remarkable journey and his uplifting story, followed by an engaging Q&A.

This event will raise funds for Jewish Child’s Day, the UK’s leading grant giving Jewish charity, and the IMPJ (the Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism). You can find out more about Jewish Child's Day and opt in to their mailing list here.

Spaces are limited - please book today to avoid disappointment!


Yaakov Zada Daniel

Yaakov is an internationally acclaimed Israeli actor, best known for his compelling role as Eli in the acclaimed series "Fauda”.

After grappling with the profound loss of his mother at just the age of two, Yaakov's life became even more challenging at the tender age of three, when he along with his two sisters found themselves uprooted to a children's home in the south of Israel. Yaakov's life took a transformative turn at the Neradim Children’s SOS Village in Israel, where he found security in a loving home, a caring family and learnt about strong values.

Beyond the screen, he stands as an inspiring figure, blending cinematic excellence with a compassionate dedication to supporting vulnerable children in Israel.


Image credit: Dor Malka

 


Shirit Gal Kedar

Shirit is an Israeli freelance journalist with a focus on entertainment and culture who is based in London. She works with various outlets, and particularly Ynet, conducting both print and on camera interviews.

Shirit directed, produced, and wrote a short movie and is currently working on two other shorts. She is a board member of the "Lighthouse international film festival", Long Beach Island and "Seret - Israeli film festival" here in the UK.


Image credit: Tammy Shefler

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