Efrat Abramov

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Efrat Abramov

Efrat Abramov (Hebrew: אפרת אברמוב‎‎, born March 3, 1980) is an Israeli TV presenter, journalist and screenwriter.[1]

Residing in Tel Aviv, Abramov was the host of the daily Bip comedy channel show "Mahadoora Mugbelet" (English: "Limited Edition"). Then she was selected to write and host the TV show "The little sister" – a satire late night that followed the events of "The Big Brother" show in Israel. Abramov hosted the show for 3 seasons (150 episodes).

Since 2008 Abramov is a columnist in the Israeli newspaper Globes.

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