GAL GADOT (voice of Shank) is rapidly emerging as one of
Hollywood's most engaging
and sought-after talents. She debuted as Diana/Wonder Woman in the blockbuster
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," and in 2017, she starred again in the role
first-ever "Wonder Woman" feature, which was the highest-grossing film of the
taking in more than $820 million worldwide. She is currently in production on
anticipated sequel, "Wonder Woman 1984."
For her role as Diana/Wonder Woman, she won the Rising Star Award at the Palm
International Film Festival and the 2018 #SeeHer Award at the Broadcast Film
Association Awards. She also won the 2018 MTV Movie + TV Award for Best Fight
2017 Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Action. "Wonder Woman" was
honored with the 2017 Spotlight Award by the National Board of Review.
Gadot will star in 20th Century Fox's remake of "Death on the Nile,"
Branagh, who will be directing and reprising his role as Poirot. She is set to
Dearest Fidel," alongside Sue Kroll and Jaron Varsano. She is also in talks to
star in the
film, which follows the untold story of how ABC journalist Lisa Howard became
one of Fidel
Castro's leading American confidants. Gadot will also star in and executive
Showtime series based on the life and career of Hedy Lamarr.
In 2019, she will begin production on the Universal Pictures action thriller
opposite Dwayne Johnson and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber.
Last year she starred in the Warner Bros. film "Justice League," opposite
Henry Cavill, Ben
Affleck and Ezra Miller.
Her other film credits include John Hillcoat's "Triple 9," with Kate Winslet
Harrelson; Ariel Vromen's action film "Criminal," with Ryan Reynolds, Kevin
Gary Oldman; and the comedy "Keeping Up with the Joneses," opposite Jon Hamm,
Fisher and Zach Galifianakis.
In 2009, Gadot appeared in her first U.S. feature as Gisele, Vin Diesel's
love interest in
"Fast & Furious." She returned as Gisele in "Fast Five," "Fast & Furious 6" and