Israeli Actress and Singer Meital Dohan who Featured in Popular TV Series WEEDS Revealed to be Al Pacino’s new Girlfriend
Meital Dohan is a multi-award-winning theatre, film and TV actress and has won an Israeli Tony Award and two Israeli Oscar nominations. She has previously starred in worldwide hit TV shows Weeds, Woke Up Dead and more, and starred in the hit film Monogamy. She was also the lead role for the Israeli reworking of Ugly Betty; Giraffes, God’s; Sandbox and featured in huge stage productions including Romeo & Juliette, As You Like It and Dancing with The Stars.
Iconic actor Al Pacino, 78, is dating Israeli actress and singing sensation Meital Dohan, 39. Sources first spotted Pacino and the “Weeds” actress out for dinner at LA restaurant Dan Tana’s, and the pair have since been seen at a number of cozy dining spots.
We are told they have also been hitting events as a couple.
“They’ve been quietly seeing each other for a few months and they seem very happy.
They initially kept things very private, but now they are not making a secret of their relationship." One source told Page Six noting that they have been attending events together.
The film takes place during the Manson murders.
While it is unknown how the pair met, Dohan currently lives in LA.
According to her IMDb, she’s received “two Israeli Oscar nominations and an Israeli Tony award.”
Her best known US role was as rabbinical scholar Yael Hoffman in Weeds. She also wrote a book called “Love & Other Bad Habits” and she put out a song in 2012 called “On Ya” with “Beautiful Girls” singer Sean Kingston.
Pacino has three children.
He was recently in a long-term relationship.
Pacino will go to Paris next month for two special events, telling a French publication he will “talk about what has happened to me in life, and that allows me to perform a certain number of scenes, all while talking with the audience.”
He also stars in Martin Scorsese’s long-in-the-making The Irishman.
Reps for Pacino and Dohan did not respond to requests for comment.
Dohan will next be seen as Meitali in Bruno de Almeida’s Cabaret Maxime which is expected in Cinemas later this year, talking about the project that marks her return to Cinemas, she told us in our interview earlier this year “It is a beautiful artistic journey about the reservation of art and what it stands for. The story revolves around a cabaret owner (played by Michael Imperioli) who is saving his Cabaret club from being taken from him. I play a heightened fictitious version of myself who performs in the cabaret with nothing-less than her tiger.”