‘Fauda’ Follow-up ‘Hit & Run’ by Lior Raz Is Netflix’s Best Show of the Year

‘Hit & Run’ builds on Lior Raz’s star turn in Israeli thriller ‘Fauda’ and makes him the world’s most unlikely action hero since Liam Neeson

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If there were such a breed as an Israeli pitbull, it would probably look and behave like Lior Raz. A short, stocky attack dog, one would expect it to snarl, snap and be ultra-aggressive, yet loyal to a fault. After all, these are the characteristics that have made the 49-year-old Israeli actor a household name, after Netflix audiences worldwide took an unlikely shine to his Doron Kavillio character in three seasons of the hit Israeli thriller “Fauda.”

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