He gained worldwide fame with the 1971 film “Fiddler on the Roof”. He used this reputation in the secret missions of the Israeli foreign intelligence service Mossad.
The family of Haim Topol, who died at the age of 87 last month, announced that the famous actor was a Mossad agent.
Speaking to the Israeli press, his family said that Topol made many overseas trips that he did not explain to them.
It was stated that the Israeli actor, who lived in London, the capital of England for many years, frequently met with Zvi Amir, who would later become the head of Mossad.
Topol’s son also described the details of his father’s mission to listen to the consulate of one of the Arab countries on a mission.
He said his father and his team had drilled into his wall and installed listening equipment in the apartment for rent adjacent to the Consulate’s building, making it look like a dentist.