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Khouri, Makram

KHOURI, MAKRAM

KHOURI, MAKRAM (1945– ), Israeli actor. Khouri, an Israeli Arab, was born in Jerusalem and raised in Acre. He performed with the Cameri Theater and then with the Haifa Municipal Theater. He appeared frequently on Arabic and Hebrew general Israeli television as well as on educational television and played in films. In 1987 he was awarded the Israel Prize for theater, cinema, and television arts. In addition, Khouri was awarded the Moshe ha-Levi prize and the Kinnor David as the theater actor of the year in 1984. He was also awarded the Israeli Oscar as a film actor. Among his films are Wedding in Galilee (1987) and The Syrian Bride (2005). In 2004 he was selected to play the Palestinian president in the tv series West Wing.

[Shaked Gilboa (2nd ed.)

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