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Grew up in Tel Aviv, Israel
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Worked for three years as a newsreel cameraman in Israel
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Worked on over 150 TV-movies and commercials in Israel
1970:
Earliest film credits included the cinematography on the US-produced feature shot in Israel, "Madron"
1972:
Collaborated with director Moshe Mizrahi on several films beginning with "Ani Ohev Otach Rosa/I Love You Rosa"
1975:
Began collaborating with director Menahem Golan; earliest work together included the film, "Diamonds"
1979:
Worked with director Boaz Davidson in both Israel and the USA; earliest collaborations included "Yotzim Kavua"
1980:
Began working in the USA full-time
1984:
Breakthrough hit film in the USA, "The Terminator", starring Arnold Schwarzenegger
1991:
Received an Oscar nomination for his work on the feature, "Terminator 2: Judgment Day"
1993:
Shot the political comedy "Dave", helmed by Ivan Reitman
1994:
Reteamed with Reitman and star Schwarzenegger for "Junior"
1995:
Served as director of photography on "First Knight"
1997:
Created the underwater look for Barry Levinson's sci-fi flick "Sphere"
1998:
Shot the Jackie Chan-Chris Tucker vehicle "Rush Hour"

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