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AYELET ZURER (Dr. Vittoria Vetra) is one of Israel's most acclaimed actresses. She first garnered the attention of Hollywood when cast by Steven Spielberg in her first English speaking role as Eric Bana's wife in the Oscar® nominated film Munich. Since arriving in the United States, Zurer has starred in several films including Sony Pictures' Vantage Point with Dennis Quaid and William Hurt, Samuel Goldwyn's Fugitive Pieces opposite Stephen Dillane, and Paul Schrader's Adam Resurrected opposite Jeff Goldblum and Willem Dafoe.

Lauded in Israel for her talents, Zurer won the Ophir (the Israeli Academy Award) for her lead performance in Nina's Tragedies. She also received nominations for her work in the features Only Dogs Run Free, The Dybbuk from the Holy Apple Field, Desperado, and Rutenberg. Zurer also won the Israeli Television Academy Award for her captivating lead performance in "In Treatment,” a highly acclaimed television series that has been adapted by HBO for American television. Recently, the Haifa International Film Festival awarded Zurer a star on Haifa's "Film Boulevard,” outside the Cinematheque where the festival is held. 

Zurer has illustrated two books including the best seller "Badolina" by Gabi Nitzan and Paulo Coelho's collection of short stories "Ktzartzarim” which she also edited.


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