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September 3, 2017 10:46 am

Conan O’Brien Meets Gal Gadot, Hits Tel Aviv Beach and Drinks Guinness as Week-Long Israel Trip Draws to Close

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American talk show host and comedian Conan O’Brien drinking a Guinness at an Irish pub in Tel Aviv. Photo: O’Brien’s Instagram account.

American talk show host Conan O’Brien kept popping up across Tel Aviv this weekend as his week-long tour of Israel drew to a close.

O’Brien has provided frequent social media updates throughout his journey, during which he was filming an episode of his “Conan Without Borders” show for TBS.

On Saturday, O’Brien posted a photo he took with Israeli actress and “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot.

“Besides being beautiful and talented, Gal Gadot is easily the nicest superhero I’ve ever met,” O’Brien wrote.

Also on Saturday, O’Brien stopped by the Tel Aviv shoreline, from where he posted a picture of him meeting a picnicking Israeli Arab family and a video of him playing “matkot” on the beach.

Playing paddle ball in #TelAviv, this volley went on for 9 hours. #ConanIsrael #Israel #matkot

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The comedian’s social media feed also includes a photo of him imbibing a Guinness at a Tel Aviv Irish pub, Molly Bloom’s. O’Brien often refers proudly to his Irish roots.

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  • Gnomercy

    9 hour matkot volley?

  • Ita

    Filming for TBS. Do not expect anything nice to come out of this rabid anti-semetic organization.

  • Pinchas Baram

    Conan graduated from Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. Go Conan and Go Brookline!

  • Eliot Schickler

    Thank you Conan! Gal Gadot is awesome!

  • Hopefully, more American entertainers will visit Israel, and see that Israelis are super people.

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