"Fiddler on the Roof" Star Chaim Topol's Secret Life As a Mossad Agent

“Fiddler on the Roof” Star Chaim Topol’s Secret Life As a Mossad Agent

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Source: Fox News

Chaim Topol, the acclaimed Israeli actor who played Tevye in the film “Fiddler on the Roof,” might have lived a double life outside of acting. According to an interview with his family in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, the actor used his VIP status to work with Mossad, Israel’s intelligence agency, on top-secret missions. The family claimed that he often traveled abroad with a mini-camera and tape recorder. According to Topol’s son, Uri Slonim, a friend of the family, used Topol to make connections in countries where Israelis weren’t welcome, adding that Topol’s reputation as a beloved actor helped him in communicating with people in these countries. Topol’s family shared memories of a family friend, Zvi Malkin, who was part of the team that captured Nazi Adolf Eichmann in Buenos Aries in 1960, and often visited Topol at his London home. Malkin and Topol worked together on secret missions numerous times. Topol passed away in March, and the cause of death was not disclosed.

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