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Avner Hizkiyahu (1926–1994)


Avner Hizkiyahu was born on November 22, 1926 in Kazanlak, Bulgaria. He was an actor, known for Rachel's Man (1975), Every Time We Say Goodbye (1986) and I Like Mike (1961). He died on April 28, 1994 in Tel Aviv, Israel. See full bio »

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(age 67) in Tel Aviv, Israel

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Known For

Rachel's Man
Rachel's Man Isaac
(1975)
I Like Mike
I Like Mike 12 Characters
(1961)
999 Aliza: The Policeman
999 Aliza: The Policeman Inspector Joseph Klein
(1967)

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 1991 Retzah BeShabat BaBoker (TV Movie)
Professor Hildesheimer
 1986 Every Time We Say Goodbye
Raphael (as Avner Hiskyahu)
 1986 Ha-Instalator
 1980 Al Hevel Dak
Dr. Greber
 1978 Belfer
 1976 Ha'Yladim Mi'Shchunat Chaim (TV Series)
Post Office Clerk
- Episode #1.1 (1976) ... Post Office Clerk
 1975 Rachel's Man
Isaac
 1973 Abu el Banat
Casarola
 1972 I Love You Rosa
Rabbi
 1972 Ha-Glula
 1971 The Policeman
Capt. Lefkowitch
 1969 Margo Sheli
Father
 1969 Te'alat Blaumilch
Menahem Ze'ev Zuckerman
 1969 Lahat B'Mayim
 1967 999 Aliza: The Policeman
Inspector Joseph Klein
 1967 Ervinka
Yossi
 1966 Fortuna
 1965 Impossible on Saturday
M. Meyer (as Avner Chizkiyahu)
 1963 El Dorado
Kohelet
 1961 I Like Mike
12 Characters
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Alternate Names:

Avner Chizkiyahu | Avner Hiskyahu | Avner Hizkyau
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Sagittarius

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