Yael Hadar is an Israeli television, stage, and film actor. A graduate of the Yoram Loewenstein Performing Arts Studio, Hadar has appeared on various Israeli stages including Habima, Haifa, and Beersheba theatres. Highlights of her stage credits include: Crime and Punishment, Ghosts, Three Tall Women, Absolution, Ricky’s Kindergarten (aka ‘gan riki’), and Oil Town.
On television, Hadar gave a timeless performance on Israel’s first ever telenovela, Cheers for Love, playing scheming soap villainess, Smadar. Highlights of her other TV credits include Yarkon Precinct (aka ‘merhav yarkon’), The Champion, The Game of Life (aka ‘mishak hahayim’), Bat Yam – New York, and Temporarily Dead.
Highlights of her film credits include Actors (Ron Ninio, 1995), Shiva (aka ‘shiv’a’) (Dina Zvi-Riklis, 1995), Vulcan Junction (Eran Riklis, 1999), Clean Sweep (aka ‘Mars Turkey’) (Oded Davidoff, 1999), Nuzhat al-Fuhad (Judd Ne’eman, 2006), Eli & Ben (Ori Ravid, 2008), Self Made (aka ‘boreg’) (Shira Geffen, 2014), and Our Father (Meni Yaish, 2016).


Nuzhat al Fuad

Directed by Yehuda (Judd) Neeman, 2006
נוזהת אל פואד
Rental English subs.

113 min.

Short Film


Directed by Yaki Yosha, 1995

26 min.

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