Fisher was born in Israel and began his singing career as
a cantor, having studied under the tutelage of the great Shlomo
Ravitz. After completing his studies he worked as cantor at the
Great Synagogue of Tel Aviv, on Allenby Street, followed by four
years in South Africa.
voice soon brought him to the attention of communities worldwide,
particularly in the United States, and he soon became known as
one of the leading cantors in the world.
into show business started after a visit to the British production
of 'Les Miserables', the great musical of the 1980's, which was
breaking all box office records in London. He was so impressed
by the show that he saw it on four consecutive nights and returned
to Israel with a burning desire to star in the Israeli production,
only to be told that all the roles had been cast. His persistence
paid off, however, and he was offered the starring role of Val
jean in the Hebrew version of the musical. Dudu excelled in the
role and became a star overnight.
brought him international recognition and he was invited to London
to perform his role at a royal performance attended by Queen Elizabeth
ll. Dudu's royal variety performance - the first by an Israeli
artist - was followed by an invitation to assume the role of Valjean
Dudu has also
toured Israel with "Over the Rainbow", singing forty Broadway
show tunes! He has also performed with the Israeli Philharmonic
Orchestra, conducted by Zubin Mehta, on French television. He
is a leading candidate for the role of Valjean in the upcoming
movie version of 'Les Miserables'. Another ambition is to adapt
'Phantom of the Opera' for the Israeli stage and subsequently
play the leading role on Broadway.
is a virtuoso performer and his magnificent voice has established
his reputation as Israel's foremost lyric singing star.