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She passed away from cancer on April 19, 2016 at the age of 51.

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She passed away from lung cancer on April 19, 2016 at the age of 51.


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Ronit Elkabetz (Hebrew: רונית אלקבץ‎, Arabic: رونيت القبص, November 27, 1964 April 19, 2016) was an UsefulNotes/{{Israel}}i actress, screenwriter and director of Moroccan origins born on 27 November 1964. She worked in both Israeli and French cinema (she was fluent in French) and won three Ophir Awards, with a total of seven nominations over her career.

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Ronit Elkabetz (Hebrew: רונית אלקבץ‎, Arabic: رونيت القبص, November 27, 1964 April 19, 2016) was an UsefulNotes/{{Israel}}i actress, screenwriter and director of Moroccan origins born on 27 November 1964.descent. She worked in both Israeli and French cinema (she was fluent in French) and won three Ophir Awards, with a total of seven nominations over her career.


Ronit Elkabetz (Hebrew: רונית אלקבץ‎, Arabic: رونيت القبص) was an UsefulNotes/{{Israel}}i actress, screenwriter and director of Moroccan origins born on 27 November 1964. She worked in both Israeli and French cinema (she was fluent in French) and won three Ophir Awards, with a total of seven nominations over her career.

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Ronit Elkabetz (Hebrew: רונית אלקבץ‎, Arabic: رونيت القبص) القبص, November 27, 1964 April 19, 2016) was an UsefulNotes/{{Israel}}i actress, screenwriter and director of Moroccan origins born on 27 November 1964. She worked in both Israeli and French cinema (she was fluent in French) and won three Ophir Awards, with a total of seven nominations over her career.


She specialized in the roles of mature women who are confronted to various psychological, emotional and social troubles in contemporary Israeli society. Her younger brother Shlomi became a director whom [[DirectedByCastMember she worked with on a film trilogy in which she starred]] as the main character, Viviane Amsalem, a woman who struggles to overcome her difficulties (couple problems and religious pressure, mostly) and obtain divorce following her ArrangedMarriage with a man she doesn't love.

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She specialized in the roles of mature women who are confronted to various psychological, emotional and social troubles in contemporary Israeli society. Her younger brother Shlomi became a director whom [[DirectedByCastMember she worked with on a film trilogy in which she starred]] as the main character, Viviane Amsalem, a woman who struggles to overcome her difficulties (couple problems and religious pressure, mostly) and obtain divorce following her ArrangedMarriage with a man she doesn't love.


She passed away from cancer on 19 April 2016 at the age of 51.

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She passed away from cancer on 19 April 19, 2016 at the age of 51.


She specialized in the roles of mature women who are confronted to various psychological, emotional and social problems in contemporary Israeli society. Her younger brother Shlomi became a director whom [[DirectedByCastMember she worked with on a film trilogy in which she starred]] as the main character, Viviane Amsalem, a woman who struggles to overcome her difficulties (couple problems and religious pressure, mostly) and obtain divorce following her ArrangedMarriage with a man she doesn't love.

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She specialized in the roles of mature women who are confronted to various psychological, emotional and social problems troubles in contemporary Israeli society. Her younger brother Shlomi became a director whom [[DirectedByCastMember she worked with on a film trilogy in which she starred]] as the main character, Viviane Amsalem, a woman who struggles to overcome her difficulties (couple problems and religious pressure, mostly) and obtain divorce following her ArrangedMarriage with a man she doesn't love.


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'''Ronit Elkabetz''' (Hebrew: רונית אלקבץ‎, Arabic: رونيت القبص) was an UsefulNotes/{{Israel}}i actress, screenwriter and director of Moroccan origins born on 27 November 1964. She worked in both Israeli and French cinema (she was fluent in French) and won three Ophir Awards, with a total of seven nominations over her career.

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'''Ronit Elkabetz''' Ronit Elkabetz (Hebrew: רונית אלקבץ‎, Arabic: رونيت القبص) was an UsefulNotes/{{Israel}}i actress, screenwriter and director of Moroccan origins born on 27 November 1964. She worked in both Israeli and French cinema (she was fluent in French) and won three Ophir Awards, with a total of seven nominations over her career.


'''Ronit Elkabetz''' (Hebrew: רונית אלקבץ‎, Arabic: رونيت القبص) was an UsefulNotes/{{Israel}}i actress, screenwriter and director of Moroccan origins born on 27 November 1964. She worked in both Israeli and French cinema and won three Ophir Awards, with a total of seven nominations over her career.

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'''Ronit Elkabetz''' (Hebrew: רונית אלקבץ‎, Arabic: رونيت القبص) was an UsefulNotes/{{Israel}}i actress, screenwriter and director of Moroccan origins born on 27 November 1964. She worked in both Israeli and French cinema (she was fluent in French) and won three Ophir Awards, with a total of seven nominations over her career.


'''Ronit Elkabetz''' (Hebrew: רונית אלקבץ‎, Arabic: رونيت القبص) was an [[IsraeliMedia Israeli]] actress, screenwriter and director of Moroccan origins born on 27 November 1964. She worked in both Israeli and French cinema and won three Ophir Awards, with a total of seven nominations over her career.

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'''Ronit Elkabetz''' (Hebrew: רונית אלקבץ‎, Arabic: رونيت القبص) was an [[IsraeliMedia Israeli]] UsefulNotes/{{Israel}}i actress, screenwriter and director of Moroccan origins born on 27 November 1964. She worked in both Israeli and French cinema and won three Ophir Awards, with a total of seven nominations over her career.

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