Conan O’Brien visits 'Fauda' set

In addition to coming on the Fauda set, O’Brien visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem and had dinner with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife.

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September 2, 2017 22:00
Conan O’Brien visits 'Fauda' set

Conan O’Brien films a skit with Israeli actor Lior Raz on the set of ‘Fauda.’. (photo credit: YORAM SHAPIR)

As part of his visit to Israel, talk show host Conan O’Brien visited the set of the suspenseful hit television show Fauda (now available on Netflix) on Tuesday, and tweeted a photo of himself with the series star and co-creator Lior Raz.

O’Brien filmed a special skit with Raz, and told the series crew that he is a huge fan of Fauda, a popular and acclaimed show about Israeli undercover agents and the terrorists they track, which has won many Ophir Awards and is produced by the YES cable network.

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He also told Fauda actress Rona-Lee Shim’on that he is a big admirer of her work.

In addition to coming on the Fauda set, O’Brien visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem and had dinner with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife.

He is in Israel filming a Conan Without Borders special.


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