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September 19, 2016 3:43 pm

Star of Hit Series ‘Transparent’ Tells Orchestra ‘Quiet, Please’ in Hebrew at Emmy Awards (VIDEO)

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Jeffrey Tambor. Photo: Twitter.

Jeffrey Tambor. Photo: Twitter.

The star of the hit TV series “Transparent” received wide applause at the Emmy Awards on Sunday night, when he admonished the orchestra to keep quiet — in Hebrew.

Jeffrey Tambor — who plays Maura (formerly Morton) Pfefferman on the Amazon show about a Jewish father who announces to his family that he is transgender — said, “Sheket b’vakasha” to the band, when it tried to signal that his acceptance speech was going on too long.

Tambor, who  is Jewish, won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.

Watch him shush the band in Hebrew below:

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  • ♕ Moderator ♕

    His former co-worker Shandling A”Sh was a very underrated genius. The whole style of The Office was stolen from him, both the British original and US version, Modern Family took from what he created, he influenced all ‘cutting edge’ sitcoms after him.

  • Yaakov

    The correct translation is “quiet, please,” not “keep quiet.”

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