Wonder-Woman in the recording studio

Gadot isn't shy about sharing pictures of herself as a child and celebrating the athletic triumph of one of her younger fans, 17 year old artistic gymnast Jordan Chiles.

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September 9, 2018 16:46
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Gal Gadot

Gal Gadot at the National Board of Review awards gala in New York, US, January 9, 2018. . (photo credit: LUCAS JACKSON / REUTERS)

 
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Israeli actress Gal Gadot released a photo of herself at work recording the voice of Shank, one of the characters in the up and coming animation movie "Ralph Breaks the Internet".

While many Hollywood actors maintain a flashy Twitter account, Gadot isn't shy about sharing pictures of herself as a child and celebrating the athletic triumph of one of her younger fans, 17 year old artistic gymnast Jordan Chiles who performed a number in a Wonder Woman costume.

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Wonder Woman, a fictional comic-book hero created by William Marston in 1941 and currently owned by D.C Comics, is the role Gadot became widely known for when the 2017 movie of the same name came out.

While committed to reprising her role in a sequel to be released in 2019 titled "Wonder Woman 1984", Gadot is engaged in other projects such as voice acting for the animated comedy "Ralph Breaks the Internet". .

Gadot is not the only Jewish actress involved in the film, Jewish-American comedian Sarah Silverman will also be reprising her role as Vanellope von Schweetz.

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