Arthur Harari

Place of Birth: Paris, France

Date of Birth: 1981

Ethnicity: Egyptian Jewish [Sephardi/Mizrahi], Ashkenazi Jewish

Arthur Harari is a French actor, writer, and director. He has directed and co-written the films Dark Inclusion and Onoda: 10,000 Nights in the Jungle. He also co-wrote Sibyl (2019) and Anatomy of a Fall, with his partner, director, screenwriter, and editor Justine Triet; Justine directed the films. He appeared in all the abovementioned but Onoda; and also co-starred in Age of Panic, In Bed with Victoria, both directed by Justine; and The Goldman Case.

He is the brother of Tom Harari, a cinematographer, and Lucas Harari, a graphic novelist. He has two children with Justine.

Arthur’s paternal grandfather was actor Clément Harari (the son of Joseph/Youssef Harari and Nouzha Lagnado). Clément was born in Egypt, to parents from Aleppo, Halab, Syria, then in the Ottoman Empire. Joseph was the son of Ayash Victor Harari and Sarah. Nouzha was the daughter of Ezra Lagnado and Rebecca Matalon.

Arthur’s paternal grandmother was named Liliane Castro. Liliane was born in Egypt.

Arthur’s maternal grandfather likely was named Isidore Mantel.

Arthur’s maternal grandmother likely was Mathilde Karo (the daughter of Abraham Karo and Rifka Rachel Salomonowicz). Abraham was the son of Elijah Karo. Rifka was the daughter of Aron Abram Salomonowicz, who was born in Zlochev, Zolochivs’kyi district, Lviv Oblast, Ukraine, and of Sura Laja Dziubas, who was born in Złoczew, Sieradz County, Łódź Voivodeship, Poland.

Sources: Genealogy of Arthur Harari (focusing on his father’s side) –

Likely genealogy of Arthur’s mother (focusing on her mother’s side) –

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