Gal Gadot

Gal Gadot is an Israeli actress and model, born in Rosh Ha'ayin on 30 April 1985. Having won the title of Miss Israel in 2004, at age 18, she subsequently traveled to Ecuador to represent Israel at the Miss Universe. She failed, however, to garner a spot in the top 15, but she caught the attention of Israeli and European agencies and companies and worked on a long line of advertising campaigns. After serving in the IDF from age 20-20, Gadot decided to shift her focus to acting, and her role in the fourth segment of the Fast and Furious films catapulted her to fame. In 2013, Gadot was cast as Wonder Woman in the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice film which is due to be released in May 2016. Gadot is married to Israeli businessman Yaron Varsano and the couple have a daughter called Alma.

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Will Gal Gadot continue as Wonder Woman in future DC films?

It is unclear if Gal Gadot will continue in the role of Wonder Woman after US media reported that the "Wonder Woman 3" project by Patty Jenkins has been scrapped.

Actresses Shira Haas and Gal Gadot to receive awards at AICF celebration

Both Gadot and Haas play superheroes: Wonder Woman in the DCEU and Sabra in the MCU respectively. Now they are being awarded together.


Gal Gadot's mac and cheese company makes products kosher

Of the Goodles mac and cheese company's five noodle varieties currently available, four will now be produced with kosher certification.

Gal Gadot visits residents of southern Israel after Gaza missile strikes

The internationally-recognized Israeli actress and 'Wonder Woman' star was captured on video greeting children in the town, who gathered to hear her speak. 

Johnny Depp or Amber Heard? One of the biggest celebrity trials ever

The world awaits a verdict in the widely watched train wreck trial that shone a rare spotlight on Hollywood – and even pulled Gal Gadot into the mess.


Holocaust Remembrance Day: Gal Gadot posts about her survivor grandfather

Superstar Israeli actress/producer Gal Gadot shared a post of her Holocaust survivor grandfather, Adolf Weiss, and his story of fight and survival.

Banned in Beirut: Lebanon nixes Death on the Nile due to Gal Gadot’s role

Death on the Nile was banned in Kuwait earlier this week.

Gal Gadot’s long voyage to ‘Death on the Nile’

The movie has received positive reviews in general and Gadot has drawn praise in particular.

Gal Gadot at the Met Gala, May 6, 2019

Gal Gadot’s newest movie banned in Kuwait

The Gulf nation also banned the 2017 film that brought Gadot international acclaim: "Wonder Woman."

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