Diana Cass, British-Israeli comedian

‘Israel makes me smile, I can get used to the sunshine.’

July 27, 2016 10:52
4 minute read.
Diana Cass

Diana Cass, British-Israeli comedian. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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‘I like to lighten up my life, so I hope that when I do comedy, it lightens up other people’s lives as well,” muses Diana Cass, a British comedian living in Israel.

Cass moved to Israel in 1994, when she was 28. She was studying marketing at the time but had taken an acting class, which piqued her interest. While still in London, Cass was involved with a variety club, as well as a children’s hospital radio station to lift patients’ spirits during their stay.


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