Moshe Ivgi in Aaron Cohen's Debt
|Born||29 November 1953|
Ivgy experimented with Scientology, and spent some six months studying its teachings. He abandoned it, stating "it is an insane business... Those at the top earn billions and he (the average member) is destitute."
Allegations of Sexual Harassment and Indecent ActsEdit
In February 2016 Israeli media published that Ivgy was accused by several women of sexual harassment. In early May 2018, Ivgy was indicted in the Haifa Magistrates Court on charges of sexual harassment and indecent acts against four women. Three of the four accusers are actresses who've worked with Ivgy on film-sets and in the theater. The fourth woman had no prior acquaintance with Ivgy before he approached her in a falafel shop where he made unsolicited sexually explicit comments to her. In January 2020 he was convicted of indecent assault against four women but acquitted of more serious charges.
- The 90 Minute War (2016), directed by Eyal Halfon
- Zaguri Imperia (2014–)
- Hunting Elephants (2013)
- Haiu Leilot (There Were Nights, 2010)
- Restless (2008) (Amos Kollek's film) (actor)
- Shiva (2008)
- The Arbitrator (Ha-Borer, 2007)
- Munich (2005) (Steven Spielberg's film) (actor)
- Campfire (2004)
- Spartan (2004)
- Aaron Cohen's Debt (1999)
- Day After Day (Yom Yom, 1998)
- Love Sick (Hole Ahava B'Shikun Gimel, 1995)
- The Patriots (1994)
- The Revenge of Itzik Finkelstein (Nikmato Shel Itzik Finkelstein, 1993)
- Cup Final (Gmar Gavi'a, 1991)
- The Lookout (1990)
- Bread (Lehem, 1986)
- Mitahat La'af (Under the Nose, 1982); a.k.a. Big Shots (Jacob Goldwasser's film) (actor)
Awards and accoladesEdit
Israeli Academy AwardsEdit
- 2004, Nominated, Best Actor—Campfire (Medurat Hashevet)
- 2004, Won, Best Supporting Actor—Metallic Blues
- 2000, Nominated, Best Supporting Actor—The Investigation Must Go On (Haboleshet Hokeret)
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- Head to Head with Moshe Ivgy
- "Dana Ivgy, born to act". Ynetnews. 14 May 2010.
- Israel Film Center, Moshe Ivgy
- A foregone conclusion
- /Israel Film Center, Moshe Ivgy
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- Spiro, Amy (4 May 2018). "Actor Moshe Ivgy indicted for sexual assault". Retrieved 1 June 2018.
- Kaplan Sommer, Allison (6 May 2018). "A Milestone for #MeToo and Israel: Iconic Actor Charged With Sexual Assault". Retrieved 1 June 2018.
- Bachner, Michael. "Prominent Israeli actor Moshe Ivgy convicted of indecent assault". www.timesofisrael.com. Retrieved 9 January 2020.
- There Were Nights
- "The award winners- Haifa International Film Festival 2016". Haifa International Film Festival. Archived from the original on 8 November 2016. Retrieved 7 November 2016.