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Market Travelability
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The Spy’s
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8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

Israel, 1959. The Mossad are desperate to embed a spy in Syria and select Eli Cohen, an unassuming yet fervently patriotic accountant. After training he assumes the identity of a Syrian national living in Argentina and uses this as a means to gain entry into Syria.

Country: France

Type: Miniseries

Status: Ended

Language: French

Release Date: September 6, 2019

Also Known As: Ο Κατάσκοπος, Agent |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (16), Spain (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

mossad
based on novel or book
espionage
spy

Company Credits

Production Co: Légende Films, Agora Films |  See more »

Cast

Abderrahmane Baalla
as Muchajrin Imam
Mohamed Bentaleb
as Golan Bunker Soldier
Boaz Konforty
as Eitan
Ghalia Benzaouia
as Golan Prostitute
Ahmed Boulane
as Abou Mahmoud
Hadar Ratzon Rotem
as Nadia Cohen
Soumia Akaâboun
as Marcel Cohen
Waleed Zuaiter
as Colonel Amin Al-Hafez
Saadia Lotati
as Ben Gurion's Secretary
Ait ben Azzouz Brahim
as Baathist customer
Souad Faress
as Mama Sophie Cohen
Yousef 'Joe' Sweid
as George Seif
Tim Seyfi
as Mohamed Bin Laden
Marc Maurille
as IDF Sergeant/Sergeant IDF
Mohamed Ayad
as Cohen's Neighbour
Sanâa Alaoui
as Anat
Benjamin Hicquel
as Belmondo
Faycal Zeglat
as Damascus Tailor Shopkeeper
Kaan Abdullah
as Man In The Club
Ori Pfeffer
as Arik
Mourad Zaoui
as Benny
Hamza Kadri
as Astoria Ship Waiter
Thomas Elbouhati
as Galilee Kibbutz Soldier
Philippe Gray
as Mossad Tailor
Stanley Townsend
as General Ad-Din
Hadar Ratzon-Rotem
Arié Elmaleh
as Michel Aflaq
Mansour Badri
as Abu Haldon
Robbie Leacock
as Hamashbir Policeman/Policeman
David Benzara
as Border Soldier
Hassam Ghancy
as Colonel Salim Hatoum
Jonathan Uziel
as Colonel Dagan
Nóra Trokán
as El Al Stewardess
Sacha Baron Cohen
as Eli Cohen
Kamel Kenzo
as Heralt soldier
Anton Yakovlev
as Alexei
Edgar Givry
as Jacques Mercier
Jawad Elbe
as 2nd Bureau Gate Guard/2nd gate guard
Hatim Abdelghafour
as Syrian Soldier in Surveillance Van
Younes Bouab
as Syrian Embassy Photographer
André Oumansky
as Rabbi Endebbo
Robert Jezek
as Salinger
Ilham Nabihi
as Rita
Yael Eitan
as Maya
Omar Salim
as Mustaffah
Hicham Goullal
as Benny/Adam Morse Officer
Faical Elkihel
as Marwan
Maria Zreik
as Saliha
Syrine Asenkl
as Sophie/Sophie Cohen
Alona Tal
as Julia Schneider
Alexandra Marcovici
as Alitalia Stewardess
Nassim Si Ahmed
Neta Riskin
as Tova
Alexander Siddig
as Ahmed Suidani
Soumaya Akaaboune
as Marcelle
Hyam Zaytoun
as Sarah/Sarah Cohen
Rabia El Katin
as Al Hamidya Vendor
Saïd Amadis
as Latif Al-Hashan
Aaron Harris
as Levi Eshkol
Uri Gavriel
as Sheik Majid Al Ard
Andrew MacNaughton
as Mossad HQ Analyst
Jean-Christophe Bouvet
as Israeli Air Force Commander
Reymonde Amsallem
as Zeinab/Zeinab Al-Hafez
Noah Emmerich
as Dan Peleg
Younes El Karat
as Paris Syrian Ambassador
Éva Vándor
as Zelda
Armando Mundaraín
as Waiter
Hassan El Ganouni
as Shlomo
Nassim Lyes
as Ma'azi/Zaher Ma'azi
Badr Ghaza
as Syrian Military Police Captain
Moni Moshonov
as Jacob Shimoni
Said el Hamdi
as 2nd Bureau Card playing Guard
Amos Tamam
as Maurice Cohen
Bálint Magyar
as Suited French Attorney
Mohcine Nadifi
as Abdel Ahmed/Abdel Ahmed (Real estate agent)

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 6 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & Nominations

Golden Globes, USA 2020

Nominee

Golden Globes, USA

Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television

Location Managers Guild International Awards (LMGI) 2020

Nominee

Location Managers Guild International Awards (LMGI)

Outstanding Locations in a Limited Anthology Television Series

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