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Etti Ankri was born on 4 January, 1963 in Israeli, is an Israeli singer-songwriter. Discover Etti Ankri's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 60 years old?

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Occupation Singer-songwriter
Age 60 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 4 January 1963
Birthday 4 January
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Nationality Israeli

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As of 2009 her most recent album was Beshirei Rabbi Yehuda Halevi, which set poems of Yehuda Halevi to music. Ben Shalev of Haaretz described the music as "beautiful", writing "she sings wonderfully. Her voice is clear and precise, radiating vulnerability and self-confidence in equal measure, and it presses emotional buttons similar to the ones it did 20 years ago. And as for the new melodies ... They are marvelous."


In 2004 and 2005, she began to explore her spiritual side, gradually coming back to her Jewish roots. In 2005, Ankri toured to promote her double disc, 15-year best-of retrospective collection published by the NMC label. From 2005 to 2007, she performed with Neshama Carlebach, who referred to Ankri as: "one of the most talented and inspiring Israeli stars", saying "It's a great honor to be working with her – she's just incredible." In 2007 she was also featured singing a ballad on the CD Putumayo Presents Israel, a collection put out by Manhattan-based Putumayo which specializes in collections of "world music".


Ankri's debut album, I Can See It in Your Eyes (1990), reached double platinum in Israel, where it sold over 90,000 copies. She followed it with six other albums. She is featured in Her Song: Exotic Voices of Women from Around the World (1996), and in Matti Caspi's Duets (2000). She has also teamed with David D'Or for a successful duo.


Ankri has also appeared in a number of Israeli and US movies. Among them are Deadline (1987) with Christopher Walken, and Steal the Sky (1988) with Ben Cross and Mariel Hemingway.


Esther "Etti" Ankri (Hebrew: אתי אנקרי ‎, also spelled "Eti" or "Etty," and "Ankari"; born 1963) is an Israeli singer-songwriter. She is a former Female Singer of the Year in Israel, and has also performed in the United States, England, and India. Ankri has been called a "rock genius", the "poet of Israeli spirituality," and "the contemporary voice of... Israel."

Ankri was born in 1963 in Lod, the third of five siblings, to a Tunisian Jewish family. Her father, Andre, was a policeman, and her mother, Hanna, a homemaker. She attended the Ma'apilim elementary school, and the Ramle-Lod high school. Her artistic mentor in her teenage years was the actress Miriam Nevo, who was teaching at the community center in Lod. She served in the Israeli Education Corps, and then studied at the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music. In 1985, her father committed suicide. She is married to theater actor Doron Linik and has three children. In 2001, she became baalat teshuva.