Dvora Kedar (דבורה קידר)
Born 1924, Lithuania. Dvora Kedar studied acting at the Habima, Israel's National Theatre,  and began her screen career in the 1964 movie Ulai Terdu Sham. She then starred in Mivtza Yonatan in 1977 before going on to star in Lemon Popsicle as Benji's mother in 1979...
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Menashe Warshavsky

(מנשה ורשבסקי)

Menashe Warshavsky was born July 5th, 1932 and made his film debut in the 1974 movie Big Eyes but he is most famous for his role as Benji's father in the Lemon Popsicle movies. First appearing in Lemon Popsicle and starred in a further four sequels... Read More

Avi Hadash (אבי חדש)
Born 23rd September, 1959, in Petach Tikva, Israel. Avi Hadash began performing at a young age, becoming part of a drama group and appearing in his school's productions. When casting for the first Lemon Popsicle movie came along, Avi originally auditioned for the role of Bobby... Read more

Rachel Steiner (רחל שטיינר)
Rachel Steiner began her career in 1979 as Martha in Lemon Popsicle, she went on to star in Going Steady, Hot Bubblegum. Her last known appearance was a minor role in the Robert Mitchum film The Ambassador which was made in 1984 and also starred Zachi Noy and Yiftach Katzur... Read More

Joseph Shiloah (יוסף שילוח)
Born 1941. Joseph Shiloah began his acting career in the early 60's, and has since went on to star in over 80 films to his credit, in both Israeli productions and mainstream American films... Read More

Devora Bakon (דבורה בקון)
Devora Bakon born 24th Febuary 1951, started her career in 1980 in a Israeli version of Candid camera Hayeh Ahaltah Otah. She went on to star in Am Yisrael Hai in 1981 before appearing in Private Popsicle... Read more

Moshe Ish-Kassit
(משה איש כסית)

Moshe Ish-Kassit began his film career in 1969 in the tv series Lool which was directed by Boaz Davidson. He starred in various Israel productions, and went on to star in the fourth instalment of the Lemon Popsicle series Private Popsicle... Read more

Olga Spondorf (אולגה שפאנדורף)
Olga Spondorf was born on Febuary 14th, 1925. She began her acting career with the first Lemon Popsicle movie, starring in a reoccurring role as Benji's Aunt... Read more

Misha Natan (מישה נתן)
Born on May 12th, 1918. Originally hailing from Poland. One of his earliest roles was in the 1948 movie Long is the Road, which was one of the first movies to tell of the houlocaust from a Jewish point of view. He continued to act in movies before appearing in the 5th Popsicle movie, Baby Love, as the visiting relatives. Last credited film was Lend Me Your Wife, which he co-wrote. Misha died in 1995 and was the husband of Nurit Cohen, an actress who appeared in 2001's Party Goes On.

Dory Lubliner

Joel Liba

Denise Bouzaglo

Denise Bouzaglo was actually a real prostitute. The original actress meant to play the part, pulled out of the role the day before filming after her husband objected to her playing such a role. The makers of the movie, including Boaz Davidson were desperate to replace the actress and with such short notice, decided to visit a real red light district and asked Denise to star in Lemon Popsicle as the prostitute who the guys catch crabs from.

Born in 1903. Came from Russia at the age of 19. Died 19th August 1985

Born December 24th, 1930. Died 1st July 1995

Born on 22nd September, 1939. Come from the Soviet Union at the age of 34. Died on April 25th, 1987

Born January 17th 1934. Come from Romania at the age of 45. died August 17th, 1999.