Zvika Hadar

Zvika HadarZvika Hadar is a comedian, actor, producer, and television host. He has often been named Israel's top entertaining artist.

Hadar first became publicly famous on the TV show "Comedy Store", where he created and played the character of "Jojo Halastra". Along with the other members of the comedy troupe, the Comedy Store took over Israeli prime time TV and filled halls around the country.

Zvika Hadar is also a co-creator of the successful situation comedy "Shemesh", where he also starred in the leading role.

In 2002, he hosted the television game show "Keep on Singing", which turned into "A Star is Born" in 2003, - a talent show currently going into its 11th season.

Hadar also hosted "Born to Dance" for its three consecutive seasons.

Hadar is co-creator and co-producer of the drama series "Our Song", along with other dramas produced by Tedy Productions.

In 1997, he played a starring role in the critically acclaimed feature film "Afula Express".

In 2010, he participated in the television series "Blue Natalie".

In 2011, he co-created and hosted the first season of the program "School of Music", a musical show for children. Its second season is due to premiere in February 2013.

In addition to his vast activity in television and stage performances, Zvika also hosts selected events, and gives fascinating lectures at conventions on topics related to the media.