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Dvir Benedek, 2008
29 December 1969 |
Kiryat Yam, Israel
|Spouse(s)||Irit Natan Benedek|
Dvir Benedek (Hebrew: דביר בנדק; born 29 December 1969) is an Israeli actor, and chairman of the Israeli screen actors union Shaham. Benedek lives in Giv'atayim with his wife Irit Natan Benedek and their daughter, Yuli, born in 2010.
Benedek appeared in Israeli plays such as Gever Isha Milim, Miskhakey Hevra, Revizor, 4 on 4, In Habima Theatre: Hadibuk, Kadish Le Neomy, The Good Soldier Švejk, Tango, Perurim, and Driving Miss Daisy (play). In 2008, Benedek won the Best supporting actor award on behalf of Habima Theatre.
Benedek starred in the television series Shaul, Haretzua, Sibat Hamavet: Retakh, My first Sony, Zimerim, Hanefilim,Gam Lahem Magia, Quicky. In 2008, Bendek participated in the Israeli television series Makom Ledeaaga, Hakira Pnimit and Papadizzi.
In 2010, Benedek participated in the television series Taxi Driver and was announced to feature as the lead character in HaMisrad, an Israeli version of The Office, as Avi Meshulam (a revision of the original British series' lead character David Brent).
Benedek won the Best Actor Award at the Seoul Drama Awards Festival 2008, for his role in the TV film Hahonech (The Tutor) 
Benedek co-starred in the movies Maya, Kirot, Kalat Hayam, A Matter of Size, Seret hatuna (2006), Yomuledet (2005), Eize Makom Nifla, 'Yeladim Tovim', 'Hamesh Dakot BeHalicha', Lemon Popsicle 9: The Party Goes On, Mars Turkey, D.F.1: The Lost Patrol, Mivtza Savta,Zman Avir and The Attack (2012).