Ania Bukstein
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Question 1 of 12 Score: 0

This former 'Game of Thrones' actress also starred opposite Albert Einstein:

israeli actress Ania Bukstein, who formerly entranced "Game of Thrones" fans as the mysterious red priestess Kinvara, also had a role on the acclaimed series "Genius" as Margarita Konenkova, a lover of Albert Einstein. In an interview, Bukstein called her an "interesting woman, with a dark side."

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Gene Simmons of KISS performs during the 23rd Annual Race To Erase MS Gala in Beverly Hills.
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Question 2 of 12 Score: 0

This classic rocker has also starred in his own comic series:

Israeli-American Gene Simmons, frontman for the classic rock group KISS, developed a soft spot for comics while growing up in the Israeli city of Haifa. The band has since appeared in dozens of comic book issues over the last four decades.

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Oz Pearlman during a recent appearance on the 'Today' show.
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Question 3 of 12 Score: 0

This famous mentalist came in third on "America's Got Talent":

In 2015, Israeli-American Oz Pearlman won international fame after coming in third place on the series "America's Got Talent." A born entertainer, Pearlman is also an award-winning marathon athlete and ranks within the top 30 fastest Americans for 50-mile races.

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David Grossman
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Question 4 of 12 Score: 0

Author David Grossman won the Man Booker award for this novel:

Grossman's novel "A Horse Walks into a Bar" was declared by judges of the 2017 Man Booker prize as "a mesmerizing meditation on the opposite forces shaping our lives." The story, about a man whose comedy routine goes poorly, was described by one critic as "beautiful as it is unusual."

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Madame Rosa
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Question 5 of 12 Score: 0

Israel's only film to ever win an Oscar came from this director:

Moshe Mizrahi's "Madame Rosa" won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1977. Two previous films, "I Love You Rosa" and "The House on Chelouche Street," were also nominated for the award.

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Actor Chaim Topol as Dr. Hans Zarkov in 'Flash Gordon.'
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Question 6 of 12 Score: 0

This theater star played a crazed scientist in "Flash Gordon":

Topol, one of Israel's most internationally recognized stars, appeared as the mad scientist Hans Zarkov in the 1980 scifi classic "Flash Gordon." He is best known for his role of Tevye in "Fiddler on the Roof," a character he's played more than 3,500 times on stage.

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Man of Steel
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Question 7 of 12 Score: 0

She's played Superman's mom and taken on a Daredevil:

Israeli actress Ayelet Zurer is one of the few Hollywood stars to have had roles in both DC Comics ("Man of Steel") and Marvel ("Daredevil") productions. The actress, a talented artist, also lent her skills to illustrating the popular fantasy book "Badulina."

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Pretty Woman Opera
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Question 8 of 12 Score: 0

The happy ending to "Pretty Woman" is largely thanks to this famous producer:

The ending to the classic romantic comedy "Pretty Woman" originally involved the two main characters breaking up. Israeli producer Arnon Milchan, however, stepped in and gave the film the white limo/red flowers conclusion it's lovingly remembered for.

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Israeli-French singer-songwriter Yael Naim (R) celebrates next to French TV host and Master of Ceremony Virginie Guilhaume (L) after she received the female artist award during the 31st Victoires de la Musique.
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Question 9 of 12 Score: 0

The 2016 album "Older" earned this singer a "Best Artist" award in 2016:

Yael Naim, a French-Israeli singer, earned France's "Female Artist of the Year" in 2016 for her album "Older." She's now earned the honor twice, with the first coming in 2011 for the album "She was a Boy."

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Inbal Dror designs flatter the female form.
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Question 10 of 12 Score: 0

Designer Inbal Dror and Beyoncé created this performance fashion:

In 2016, Beyoncé once more surprised fans with beautiful stage outfits reflecting a bridal theme. The creations were done in collaboration with Israeli bridal designer Inbal Dror, who specializes in formal gowns reflecting a "sexy, risky side."

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Miss Israel Gal Gadot smiles during the Miss Universe final show in Quito, Ecuador, 01 June 2004.
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Question 11 of 12 Score: 0

This 2004 Miss Israel winner switched from law school to Hollywood:

Israeli actress Gal Gadot was almost finished with her first year of law school when she auditioned for a role as a Bond Girl. While she didn't get the job, less than a year later she signed on for the "Fast and Furious" franchise. Today, she's better known as the Amazonian warrior princess, Wonder Woman.

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Babu Seinfeld
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Question 12 of 12 Score: 0

He's starred on 'Seinfeld,' 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'The Orville':

Israeli-English star Brian George has enjoyed a long career with starring roles in such series as "The Big Bang Theory, "Seinfeld," "Elementary," and even "The Orville." In a recent interview, the actor said, "As long as I’m working, I’m happy."

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