Israeli actress Gal Gadot posted an emotional tribute to her grandfather Abraham Weiss, a Holocaust survivor, on Instagram to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day. The Wonder Woman star uploaded a short video of herself greeting her grandfather at the premiere of Fast and Furious 5, which was released in 2011.
- Published 16.04.18
Israeli actress Gal Gadot posted an emotional tribute to her grandfather Abraham Weiss, a Holocaust survivor, on Instagram to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day. The Wonder Woman star uploaded a short video of herself greeting her grandfather at the premiere of Fast and Furious 5, which was released in 2011. Weiss died in 2013 at 85. “I was looking for a photo of you all night on my phone but I couldn’t find one,” she wrote. And then, she said, her assistant just happened to show her a video a fan uploaded recently. “She had no idea today is the holocaust remembrance day, and didn’t know I was looking for a photo of him/us all night,” Gadot continued. “ I wasn’t surprised.. My grandpa is always with me.. That’s not the first time he pops out of nowhere.”
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