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Dudu Fisher is an Israeli cantor, stage performer and actor who is famous all over the world for his performance in the hit Broadway production, Les Miserables, as Jean Valjean. His career, however, began many years before his Broadway role, in Israel, where he is famous in the world of cantor and where many have seen him perform live with Dudu Fisher tickets. He served three years in the Israel Defense Forces and then went on to study music at the highly prestigious Tel Aviv Academy of Music. He also began studying with some of the greatest cantors in Israel.
At the age of twenty two, Dudu Fisher was invited to become the cantor of the Great Synagogue of Tel Aviv, a rare honor for someone as young as him. Added to performing his duties at this world famous synagogue, he also performed all over the world, playing Yiddish, Hassidic and cantor music to international audiences. While in London for one such performance, in 1986, he saw a staging of Les Miserables, with which he became enthralled.
When Dudu Fisher found out that Les Miserables was set to be released in Hebrew, in Israel, he auditioned for a part in the musical, even though he had no prior experience in acting, on stage or off. This however did not stop him in the least, leading him to pursue a long time dream of his. A fairy tale come true, and just as has been with some legendary Broadway musicals, he was chosen by the director of Les Miserables, Stephen Pimlot for the main role, that of Jean Valjean.
Les Miserables debuted in Israel and went on to become the Longest Running Show in the country, turning him into a superstar. His fame, however, transcended even his homeland’s boundaries. In 1988, he was invited by the Queen of England to take part in a royal command performance of Les Miserables in Lodndon. A special production of the musical, it starred many actors and actresses from the various versions of the musical played all over the world.
He caught the attention of Cameron Mackintosh, producer of Les Miserables, who invited him to play the main role on West End in London and on Broadway. Following this, he went on to sing at a FIFA World Cup final at the famous Wembly Stadium. He is also a renowned musician, having recorded more than twenty albums to date. In the animated movie, The Prince of Egypt, by Stephen Spielberg, he sang the part of Moses. He has also performed with maestro Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the former conducting the latter.
He has also performed for President Clinton, Senator, Secreatary of State and presidential candidate Hilary Clinton. He has also performed for Thailand’s Royal Family. He was the first artist from Israeli to be allowed to sing before the days of the Perestroika in the Soviet Union. He went on to perform before thousands in Russia and in Ukraine as well. Aside from Les Miserables, he has also played main roles in Lalo Shifrin’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Avi Koren’s Kol Nidre, Stairways to Heaven and Over the Rainbow. His one man show, Never on Friday, premiered at the Jewish Repertory Theatre on Broadway in 1999.
His performance in his one man play was praised by the likes of The New York Times. He has also played roles in Jerry Rock and Sherman Yellen’s The Rothschilds. He has received the Lower East Side Festival’s highly coveted Liberty Award. In 2002, he premiered in his second one man show, Something Old, Something New, a play written by Richard Jay–Alexander, known for directing the Broadway production of Les Miserables. This performance was praised by reviewers, stating that the energy he radiates on the stage ‘can light a small city’. It has been described as ‘awesome’ and praised by The New York Times, leading to many buying Dudu Fisher tickets for his upcoming performances.