Ido Mosseri

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Ido Mosseri
Born (1978-04-17) April 17, 1978 (age 39)
Tel Aviv, Israel

Ido Mosseri (Hebrew: עידו מוסרי‎‎; born 17 April 1978) is an Israeli film and television actor.


His first appearance on television was in the children's program Tofsim Rosh in the early 1990s. Before he was drafted into the Israeli army at the age of 18, he participated in several Israeli TV shows, amongst them the series Lo Kolel Sherot (Service not included) and Inyan Shel Zman (A matter of time). After his army service he studied acting at Nissan Nativ's studio in Tel Aviv. During the course of his studying he participated in several student movies and also participated in the Israeli movies Girush Le Gan Eden (Exile to heaven) (2003), Tgoova Meuheret (Late reaction) (2004) and Offside (2006). In addition, he performed at the Gesher Theater.

Between 2006–2007, he participated in the third and fourth seasons of the Israeli daily comedy musical drama HaShir Shelanu (Our Song). In 2008, he participated in the American movie You Don't Mess with the Zohan alongside Adam Sandler.

Throughout the years, Mosseri also participated in dubbing Animated series and movies into Hebrew — amongst them SpongeBob SquarePants (as the title character, he also served as voice director for the film), Cardcaptor Sakura, Jackie Chan Adventures, Pokémon, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, TMNT, Treasure Planet, Sonic X (as Sonic), Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (as King Koopa) Transformers: Armada, Kung Fu Panda and Madagascar.

Mosseri is also the younger brother of popular Israeli entertainment personality Tal Mosseri.

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