Tal Mosseri (Hebrew: טל מוסרי‎‎; born 30 August 1975) is an Israeli television host, and a theater and television actor.


Mosseri learned acting at "Tel Aviv Arts School", later he learned at "Thelma Yellin" high school. before his recruitment to the military, he was a member of a music band called "Tzeirei Tel Aviv" (translated "Youth of Tel Aviv").

Mosseri joined Arutz HaYeladim (The Kids' Channel) as a presenter in 1997, for which he became most known for. He left the channel in 2015 after 18 years, holding the record for the longest tenure of any presenter in the channel's history.

Tal is also the older brother of popular Israeli entertainment personality Ido Mosseri.

He married Noam Ben-Gurion (granddaughter of David Ben-Gurion's nephew) on 23 September 2005,[1] And on 15 November 2007 their first son was born.

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