Moni Moshonov is one of Israel's leading actors. Since the mid-1970s, he has played over fifty roles in classic and modern plays, from Romeo & Juliet to Death of Salesman to I'm Not Rappaport. For the past twenty years he has hosted the television program This Is It? (The Zehu Ze Show). His feature film roles include Joseph Pitchadze's BESAME MUCHO (2000), Moshe Mizrahi's EVERY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE (1986, starring Tom Hanks), Prosper Pariente's THE MAN WHO FLEW IN TO GRAB (HA ISH SHE BA LAKAHAT) and Yehuda Néeman's 1977 film JOURNEY OF STRETCHERS (MASA ALUNKOT). A graduate of Tel Aviv University, he was part of the comic duo Moni and Baraba. He is currently acting in and directing Ionesco's THE CHAIRS.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
Moni Moshonov Facts
|Birth Name||Shlomo Moshonov|
|Birthday||August 18, 1951 (68)|