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Yigael Yadin is an actor and producer, known for Suave patria (2012), Sr. Ávila (2013) and Adictos (2009). See full bio »

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Suave patria
Suave patria Producer
Sr. Ávila
Sr. Ávila Director Porno
Adictos Amigo de Toño #2
El no-hombre
El no-hombre Actor


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 2016 Sr. Ávila (TV Series)
Director Porno
- Un Fantasma Llamado Molina (2016) ... Director Porno
 2012 Adictos (TV Series)
Amigo de Toño #2
- Adicto a los Comics (2012) ... Amigo de Toño #2
 2007 El no-hombre (Short)
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 2012 Suave patria (assistant producer)
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 1976 Chronicle (TV Series documentary)
- The Scrolls from the Son of a Star (1976) ... Himself
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 2011 Bible's Buried Secrets (TV Series documentary)
- Did King David's Empire Exist? (2011) ... Himself
 1994-1997 Mysteries of the Bible (TV Series documentary)
- Messiah (1997) ... Himself
- The Bible's Greatest Secrets (1996) ... Himself
- Joshua at the Wall of Jericho (1994) ... Himself
 1994 Ancient Mysteries (TV Series documentary)
- Enigma of the Dead Sea Scrolls (1994) ... Himself

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