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Ofra Haza (1957–2000)


Ofra Haza was born on November 19, 1957 in Tel Aviv, Israel as Bat-Sheva Ofra Haza. She was married to Doron Ashkenazi. She died on February 23, 2000 in Ramat Gan, Israel. See full bio »

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(age 42) in Ramat Gan, Israel

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Known For

American Psycho
American Psycho Soundtrack
(2000)
The Prince of Egypt
(1998)
Queen Margot
Queen Margot Soundtrack
(1994)
Head-On
Head-On Soundtrack
(2004)

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 2014 Guapas (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- El remolino (2014) ... (performer: "Open Your Heart" - uncredited)
 2011 Mulatschag (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.195 (2011) ... (performer: "Temple of Love")
 2005 Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Video Game) ("Im Nin'Alu")
 2004 Sarah Brightman: Harem - A Desert Fantasy (Video) (writer: "Mysterious Days")
 2004 Head-On ("Temple of Love")
 2000 American Psycho ("Im Nin'alu")
 1998 The Prince of Egypt (performer: "Deliver Us", "River Lullaby" (uncredited))
 1998 The Governess (performer: "Mary Blackchurch", "The Box Camera", "Passover", "The Veil", "Salome", "Photographing Cavendish / Adio, Querida", "Rosina")
 1994 Queen Margot (as Haza, "Elohi") / (performer: "Elohi")
 1993 Sisters of Mercy: Shot Rev 2.0 (Video short) ("Temple of Love" (1992))
  Beavis and Butt-Head (TV Series) (music - 1 episode, 1993) (performer - 1 episode, 1993)
- Way Down Mexico Way (1993) ... (music: "In Nin' Alu") / (performer: "In Nin' Alu")
 1992 Top of the Pops (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Episode dated 30 April 1992 (1992) ... (performer: "Temple of Love")
 1989 Wild Orchid (performer: "LOVE SONG", "I WANT TO FLY/SLAVE DREAM") / (writer: "I WANT TO FLY/SLAVE DREAM")
 1989 Derrick (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Kisslers Mörder (1989) ... ("Im nin'alu")
 1983 Kdam Erovizion (TV Movie) (performer: "Chay")
 1979 Na'arat haparvarim (performer: "Shir Zmani La-Ashirim", "Eyna'im", "Imru Heychan Hem Yediday", "Kmo Tzipor", "Ata Kore Li")
 1979 Shlager (performer: "Shir Ha-Frecha", "Shlager")
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Contributed guest vocals to an updated version of The Sisters of Mercy's song "Temple of Love". See more »

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Personal Quote:

I don't know what I would have done without believing in God. His support gives me power and energy to continue to be optimistic, to smile, not to be depressed. Sometimes, if things are not going so well, I don't cry. I say maybe it's meant to be. See more »

Trivia:

She was the youngest of nine children in a traditional Yemenite family living in the Hatikva quarter of Tel Aviv. See more »

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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