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Amos Lavi (1953 – 9 November 2010) was an Israeli stage and film actor. He won three Ophir Awards for the roles he played in the films Sh'Chur, Nashim and Zirkus Palestina.
Lavi was born in Libya in 1953. Lavi immigrated later on to Israel with his family which moved to Kiryat Gat. In 1973, during the Yom Kippur War Lavi participated in the war in the reserve forces of the IDF, and suffered from a posttraumatic stress disorder after the war. During his rehabilitation he was offered to study acting. In the early 1980s Lavi graduated from acting school at the Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts.
His first film was the drama Ma'agalim (1980). Two years later Lavi acted in the film Ot Kain (1982) by Eran Preis which was directed by Uri Barbash. In 1983 he played a central role in the prestigious TV series Michel Ezra Safra and Sons by Amnon Shamosh and the film Green. In 1984 he acted in the film Ani Vehami'ahav Shel Isht.
In 1985 Lavi acted in the film Banot (written by Assi Dayan) alongside Hana Azoulay Hasfari and in the film Ad Sof Halaylah. That same year he participated in the production of the Israeli-American film Goodbye, New York by Amos Kollek. In 1986 he