An Israeli air force officer learns that his parents and sister are members of a dormant Russian spy cell, and Russia wants him to betray his country.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Gordin Cell - Lior Raz - Netflix
Lior Raz (Hebrew: ליאור רז; born 24 November 1971) is an Israeli actor and screenwriter. He is best known for portraying Doron Kavillio in the political thriller Fauda.
The Gordin Cell - Career - Netflix
In his early acting years, he played at different plays, such as Don Juan at Gesher Theater, Macbeth and The Teenagers. He also played small roles on Israeli TV series. In 2004, he played a police investigator on Michaela and 'referee Ben Shabat' on Adumot. In 2005 he appeared as Shimi in his first feature film Gotta Be Happy. In 2008 he appeared on Srugim as Yisrael, and a year later on Mesudarim as a Shin Bet agent, and as Maor on Noah's Ark. In 2011 he played a police unit commander on Nadav Lapid's film Policeman, and as Asa'el on Prime Minister's Children alongside Rami Heuberger. In 2012, he portrayed Nissan Title on yes spying-drama The Gordin Cell, and appeared on the film The World is Funny as Barak. In 2013, he played the role of the police commander on the fourth season of The Arbitrator, and in 2014 appeared on the film The Kindergarten Teacher. In 2014, he created with Haaretz journalist Avi Issacharoff, the critically acclaimed series Fauda in which he stars as Doron Kavillio, the commander of a Mista'arvim unit.
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