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Sign: Shimon Finkel & Bat Ami Pugatchov - Plaques of artists who lived in Tel Aviv


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Dov Hoz St 28, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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סמל העיר תל אביב
בבית זה חיו שחקני התאטרון הלאומי "הבימה"
שמעון פינקל
תרס"ה-תשנ"ט 1905-1999
בת עמי פוגצ’וב
תרס"ו-תשמ"ו 1906-1986

IN THIS HOUSE LIVED "HABIMA" NATIONAL THEATER ACTOR
SHIMON FINKEL
AND ACTRESS
BAT AMI PUGATCHOV
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The sign is on the wall of the house where they lived:
Shimon Finkel - actor and theater director, born in Grodno, Belarus (1905-1999), immigrated to Israel in 1924.
Even before immigrating to Israel, he played in the theater, mainly in Yiddish.
He came to Israel from Berlin, where he was a member of a group of actors who wanted to establish a theater in the Land of Israel. In Israel he joined The Eretz Israel Theater, which he and his friends founded. Starting in 1928, he joined the "Habima" theater and was one of the senior actors there.
Winner of the Israel Theater Award (1969), the Israel Theater Award for Lifetime Achievement (1996) and other awards.
He was married several times, his first wife - Bat Ami Pugatchov lived with him in this house.

Bat Ami Pugatchov (Elyashiv) - theater and film actress, born in Warsaw, Poland (1906-1986), immigrated to Israel in 1924.
Immigrated to Israel from Berlin where she was a member of a group of actors who wanted to establish a theater in the Land of Israel.
She acted in Israel at The Eretz Israel Theater and later at the "Habima" theater.

The house where the couple lived was part of the workers’ dormitories, buildings built at the initiative of the Histadrut, built in the international style and inhabited by Histadrut activists and artists

The following photo taken on the same day shows the location of the sign and the building Click for a larger image

Note that another artist lived in the same building Click for sign's details




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