Baruch Rami, actor

Baruch Rami, actor

Rami Baruch, actor, was born in Israel and studied acting at the Tel Aviv University. He participated in numerous plays in most of the country's theatre companies including The Patriot at the Neve Zedek Theatre, The Dance of Gehngis Cohen which received the first prize in the 1984 Acco Festival, Bent in Tmuna and many others. He performed scores of roles at the Cameri Theatre including Bogdanov in Animal Farm, the Son in The Journey of Mother Tabori, the Child in Feathers, the title role in Rumpelstiltskin, Medvidenko in The Seagull, the Murderer in Richard III, the leading role in the State Comptroller, Graziano in The Merchant of Venice, Feste in Twelfth Night, Touchstone in As You Like it, Krogstad in Nora, the Fool in King Lear, the Lead Actor in Rosencrantz and Gildenstern are Dead, Bialik in Was it a Dream and the narrator in Different Place and Strange City. He also performed in many plays by Hanoch Levin including The Whore from Ohio, Krum, Yaacobi and Leidental, Make Me Cry and others. He also performs in many television dramas.    
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