Want to be in Fauda? Take your shot

The famous Israeli television show is looking for actors. Could you be one of them?

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April 21, 2019 23:18
Tzachi Halevy and Lior Raz star in Fauda

Tzachi Halevy and Lior Raz star in Fauda. (photo credit: RONEN ACKERMAN)

 
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The Israeli television show Fauda is looking for people to take part in the shooting of the series, Yes studios wrote in a post on Facebook.

Those interested must be adults and be Israeli citizens, it said. They are requested to send shirt and pant size so they could be fitted for three days of shooting.

Those interested can call 054-5839178 and ask for more details.


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