| Babo Kobo (?-present)|
1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
| October 12, 1977 (age 38) (1977-10-12) Beersheba, Israel|
Love Around the Corner, Lemon Popsicle 9: The Party Goes On
Ben Kobo, Rafael Kobo Bohadana, Esther Kobo
Ilanit Levi, Yael Bar Zohar, Galit Gutmann, Agam Rodberg, Adi Himmelbleu
Miri Bohadana (born October 12, 1977) is an Israeli actress, model and presenter.
Bohadana was born in Beersheba, Israel, on October 12, 1977, to Moroccan Jewish parents and raised in the town of Sderot. She took part in the "Miss Beer Sheva" contest at age 15. Two years later, in 1995, Bohadana was chosen first runner up in the Miss Israel contest. She proceeded to the Miss World contest in South Africa, in which she was elected third runner up.
Bohadana resumed her modeling career in fashion shows, catalogues and commercials in Israel and abroad. Among other things, she worked for "Pier Cardin" and "Ferrero Rocher". She led the campaign of the "TNT" fashion company.
Her first filmography experience was in the movie "Eskimo Limon 2000", which was also her first topless performance on film (she admitted of having breast implants). Since then Bohadana has presented and participated in many TV shows. In April 2003 she presented a show called "Good Girls" with fellow model and friend Ilanit Levy.
During 2006, Bohadana co-starred with Meir Suissa in an Israeli television mockumentary series about his life. In the show, as well as in real life, she was his co-star in a theater play. In the show, it made them close friends. The show was called "Karov L'Vadai" (English: "Almost Certainly") and aired on Channel 10.
On May 8, 2007, Bohadana delivered her firstborn son, Ben, and girl, Esti. In 2011 she became pregnant again.
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