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Meital Dohan (Hebrew: מיטל דוהן‎; born 24 August 1979) is an Israeli comedian, stage, television and film actress, singer, and playwright known in the U.S. for her recurring role as Yael Hoffman in the Showtime series Weeds, for her role of Abby in the Anthony Neilson play Stitching, and her work on the Sony Pictures web comedy Woke Up Dead. She currently stars in the dramatic thriller Monogamy, directed and co-written by Academy Award nominee Dana Adam Shapiro, alongside Rashida Jones and Chris Messina. She has just released her new single “Yummy” in anticipation of her debut album “I’m In Hate With Love.”

Meital Dohan was born and raised in a small village outside Ra’anana in central Israel. She began studying acting at thirteen, and landed a spot in the Israel Defense Forces Entertainment Corps, later studying at Nissan Nativ acting school. During her studies, she received scholarships from the America Israel Cultural Foundation. In her first year of studies, she wrote, directed, and acted in an original theatre movement production. During the second year of studies, she began working in a variety of television productions and performed in two feature films in her third year. Before graduating, Dohan had signed a contract with Israel’s Cameri Theater.

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