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Alona Tal
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Actress
    (October 20, 1983- )
    Born in Herzliya, Israel
    Meg on ‘Veronica Mars,’ Jo on ‘Supernatural’ and Simone on ‘Pretty Little Liars’
    Name loosely translates to ‘oak tree dew’
    In her kindergarten years, she aspired to be a… housekeeper.
    She was actually the second choice for the role of Veronica Mars.
    Would you think she was Israeli by her voice?
    She’s actually a brunette.
    She believes a tourist in Israel stands a better chance of being hit by a car than bombed.
    Without contact lenses, she considers herself ‘blind as a bat.’
    Her first commercial job, for laundry detergent, had her in a wedding dress.
    She has two years of Israeli Army service, including their theater division, under her belt.
    Before coming stateside, she starred in two Israeli TV shows — a soap and a sitcom.
    So impressed was casting with her – with almost no outside help – that she was tapped to play one of Veronica Mars’ friends.
    She doesn’t think highly of partying or clubbing.
    She worked with Wyclef Jean and Hebraic rapper Subliminal.
    She knows how to use firearms, particularly the Uzi.
    If she failed as an actress, she would have considered being a veterinarian.

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