Most people recognize Tony Award-winning actor Jason Alexander for playing Jerry Seinfeld’s beleaguered friend George Costanza on the hit ’90s sitcom, “Seinfeld.” But now, he’s taken on a very different role for a good cause — working to bring home those who were kidnapped in Israel by the terrorists after Hamas’ attack on October 7th, which killed over 1,400 people.
In a touching, new video shared to social media, Alexander acts as the voice of one of those hostages being held in Gaza, 9-year-old Ohad Zichri:
Thank you @IJasonAlexander for sharing Ohad’s story and for being his voice.
9 year old Ohad Zichri is being held hostage in Gaza.
— Israel ישראל 🇮🇱 (@Israel) November 18, 2023
I won’t share everything he says in the one-minute clip (it’s best to just watch it yourself), but I felt like the beginning of it, where he shows a photo of himself at the same age as Ohad, then shows the boy’s photo, makes it even more compelling. He truly brings the boy’s story to life.
Alexander, as it turns out, isn’t new to the issue of Israel and Hamas. He helped create a project…
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