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One of Israel's biggest stars, Ninet Tayeb is a vocalist, musician, songwriter, and actress who matured from pop stardom into an internationally respected talent. Tayeb was born on October 21, 1983 in Kiryat Gat, Israel. As a child, she had a taste for classic and alternative rock, and her parents encouraged her to pursue her love of music. Tayeb was well known in her home town for her local performances when she became a contestant on Kokhav Nolad, an Israeli music competition show similar to American Idol, in 2003. Tayeb was the first-place winner on the show's debut season, and became a nationwide sensation overnight. In 2006, Tayeb released her first full-length album, Barefoot, which reached platinum sales figures on its first day of release. Tayeb was also cast in Hashir Shelanu, a television series based on her rise to fame that ran for four seasons.
While Tayeb had become a star in her homeland, she was frustrated with the breezy pop tunes that dominated her repertoire. Her second album, 2009's Communicative, was a more ambitious effort that found her embracing more mature themes and less outwardly commercial musical frameworks, as well as writing more of her own material. Communicative was wildly controversial on first release, and despite enthusiastic reviews, many fans were put off by Tayeb's new creative direction. However, her career as an actress was on the upswing at the same time. In 2009, she starred in Kirot, an internationally successful thriller released in English-speaking territories as The Assassin Next Door. Tayeb was praised for her work in the film, and in 2010 she starred in an Israeli production of the stage musical Spring Awakening that earned her a Best Actress nomination at the Israeli Theatre Awards.
Tayeb's success as an actress helped her find a more receptive audience for her new music, and her 2012 album, Sympathetic Nervous System, was a critical and commercial success. Tayeb wrote all the songs for the album, and she was named Israel's Favorite Performer at the MTV Europe Music Awards. While Sympathetic Nervous System was written and sung in English, Tayeb quickly followed it with 2013's All the Animals Knew, a Hebrew-language effort that featured two collaborations with poet Dori Manor. A new single, the outspoken "What Happened," arrived in 2015, and that year she made her first appearances in the United States, including a concert in New York City. In 2016, Tayeb appeared at the South by Southwest Music Conference in Austin, Texas, in anticipation of her first album to be released in America. The Israeli star also mounted a brief North American tour, playing six dates in Canada and the United States.
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Kiryat Gat, Israel, 21 de octubre de 1983
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