WATCH: Q&A with Dudu Fisher - A Jewish Jean Valjean

Israel's legendary cantor sits down with 'The Jerusalem Post' to discuss the role of his lifetime, the people who inspire him and more.

By ELI MANDELBAUM
February 10, 2014 14:52
Tamara Zieve interviews Dudu Fisher

Tamara Zieve interviews Dudu Fisher . (photo credit: ELI MANDELBAUM)

 
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In an exclusive interview with The Jerusalem Post, Israel's legendary cantor and actor Dudu Fisher says playing the leading character in Broadway musical Les Miserables gave him the opportunity to represent Jean Valjeans from all over the world. 

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