Omer’s parents, Orna and Moshe Detz, donated his organs for transplantation

The sudden death of Omar shocked the entertainment industry, with many mourning his passing and reflecting on the value of life and relationships. Omar was a resident of Givatayim and a theater major at Thelma Yelin High School. After serving in a military band, he continued his studies at Yoram Levinstein’s acting school and gained recognition for his role in the first season of the show “The Next Star”. He later performed in the Bhima Theater and the Meditech Theater with the “Children of the Tree House”.

Omar’s funeral was held at Nachalat Yitzhak cemetery in Givatayim. His family requested privacy, and as a result, the media was not allowed to cover the event. However, close friends expressed their grief during the ceremony, including Hani Nahmias, Moshe Datz’s best friend, who described Omar as a talented individual. Yuli Weizman, daughter of Michal Hattana, Orna Detz’s best friend also shared a heartfelt tribute expressing her sorrow. Maayan Adam, who also experienced loss, emphasized the importance of living in the present and cherishing every moment.

The community mourned the loss of a young and promising talent, remembering him as a kind and talented individual. The void left by Omar’s passing served as a reminder to appreciate life and those we hold dear. His legacy will continue to inspire others to follow their dreams and make every moment count.

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