Israeli actor Yossi Graber died on Friday at age 82, Assaf Harofeh Medical Center in Tzrifin announced.
The theater, film and television actor was admitted to the hospital earlier in the week after suffering an acute stroke.
Garber's acting career began when he was a child at the "Bimateynu: children's theater and on Israel Radio. During his military service he studied acting under Nissan Nativ.
After being discharged from the military, he attempted to integrate into the Israeli theater scene but ended up going to England to study acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, where he worked as an announcer for the BBC's Hebrew edition.
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