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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 an actress, known for The Prince of Egypt (1998), American Psycho (2000) and Head-On (2004). 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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(1998)
American Psycho Soundtrack
(2000)
Head-On Soundtrack
(2004)
(1979)

Filmography

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 1998 The Prince of Egypt
Yocheved (voice)
 1998 The Governess
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 1995 Ofra Haza: Mata Hari (Video short)
 1995 Paula Abdul: My Love Is for Real (Video short)
Ofra Haza (voice)
 1991 The Peace Choir: Give Peace A Chance (Video short)
Ofra Haza
 1989 Ofra Haza: I Want to Fly (Video short)
 1989 Ofra Haza: Wish Me Luck (Video short)
 1988 Ofra Haza: Im Nin'alu (Video short)
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 1988 Ofra Haza: Shaday (Video short)
 1986 Ofra Haza: Ben Parvar (Video short)
 1986 Ofra Haza: Broken Days (Video short)
 1986 Ofra Haza: Ein Zman Lit'ot (Video short)
 1986 Ofra Haza: Emmene Moi (Video short)
 1986 Ofra Haza: Fantasy (Video short)
 1986 Ofra Haza: Fighter (Video short)
 1986 Ofra Haza: Gabriel (Video short)
 1986 Ofra Haza: Galbi (version 1) (Video short)
 1986 Ofra Haza: Nous N'irons Plus (Video short)
 1986 Ofra Haza: Yad Anuga (Video short)
 1984 Ofra Haza: Galbi (Video short)
 1982 Parpar Nechmad (TV Series)
- Episode #1.2 (1982)
- Episode #1.1 (1982)
 1979 The Hit
Dina Fuchsman
 1979 West Side Girl
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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 understand them. I understand where they came from, what their lifestyle was there. But my parents didn't push us to be like them. They said do whatever you think right, but remember the important things in life. See more »

Trivia:

Represented Israel at the 1983 Eurovision Song Contest and finished 2nd with her song 'Chai.'. See more »

Trademark:

Her beautiful tender mezzo-soprano vocals

Nickname:

The Israeli Madonna

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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