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Natalie Jones from 'Keeping up with the Joneses'
From her star-making turn as Gisele in the "Fast and Furious" franchise to her dominating portrayal of the Amazonian warrior princess Wonder Woman, Israeli actress Gal Gadot is a rising star seemingly capable of anything. But can she make us laugh?
The former law student, whose first audition was for a Bond girl, will next star as Natalie Jones in "Keeping up with the Joneses." The comedy, which also stars American actor Jon Hamm as her undercover husband, says the role of playing a kick-butt spy was incredible.
"There’s something different working on a comedy set because it’s all about who’s going to deliver the best punch, who’s going to make us laugh harder," she shared with ComingSoon. "It’s hilarious and such an amazing experience; I’m having the time of my life."
In addition to punch lines, the actress said her real punches in "Joneses" were made easier thanks to her superhero background.
"I have a very good stunt double who's doing a great job, but I got some great 'tools' from working as Wonder Woman," she told JoBlo.