Ron Leshem

1976 -

photo credits: Wikimedia Commons

country of citizenship:  Israel
languages spoken, written or signed:  Hebrew

Ron Leshem (Hebrew: רון לשם; born December 20, 1976), is an Israeli-American television writer and producer, best known for serving as executive producer on HBO's Euphoria, and for the film Beaufort, which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. He co-created and wrote the television series No Man's Land (Hulu), Valley of Tears, Euphoria, The Gordin Cell, and the film Incitement, in addition to his career as a television executive. He is also a bestselling author, translated to 20 languages. As a novelist, he has won some of the top Israeli literary awards, among them the prestigious annual Sapir Prize for Literature in 2006. Source: Wikipedia (en)


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