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Nicole Raidman

Nicole Raidman (Hebrew: ניקול ראידמן‎; June 11, 1986)[1] is an Israeli businesswoman and philanthropist. She participated in two seasons in the Israeli reality show Me'usharot.

In 2012, she worked in the celebrity branding of Tiv Ta'am[2] and contributed the revenues to the Israeli Cancer Association.

in 2011 she dubbed the characterQueen Hel in an Icelandic animated movie called Legends of Valhalla: Thor.[3]

In May 2013, she launched a new fashion blog specializing in fashion and lifestyle on the Nana 10 website.[4]

References

  1. ^ Mako.co.il: עושר אקספרס: ניקול ראידמן חוגגת יום הולדת (Hebrew)
  2. ^ Branding ad - הפרסומת החדשה של טיב טעם on YouTube (Hebrew)
  3. ^ Mako.co.il: מישהו מופתע? ניקול ראידמן מכשפה (Hebrew)
  4. ^ Nana10: ראידמן סטייל: הבלוג של ניקול ראידמן (Hebrew)

External links

  • Official website
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