Ian Ziering Shares

Hollywood Star: "I would like to Celebrate My Children's Bar and Bat Mitzvah in Israel"

In a first glimpse of the new season of "Goalstar" starring him, the Hollywood star Ian Ziering shares that he would be happy to pass on the values ​​of Judaism to his children as well.

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The Hollywood actor and star of "Beverly Hills 90210" Ian Ziering participated in the 11th season of the Israeli reality show "Goalstar" which was filmed in Greece and will air later this year on Hot. In the first glimpse that was released today, he shares with his teammates during kiddush on Shabbat evening, that he grew up in a Jewish home and that he would be happy to pass on the values ​​he grew up with to his children, and even celebrate a Bar and Bat Mitzvah for them in Israel.

Watch a sneak peek:

(Credit: from Goalstar Greece, courtesy of HOT and add)

The decision to release this first look comes after Ziering was attacked on the streets of Hollywood this morning by a gang of bikers, who surrounded the star's car while he was driving, attacked him after he got out of the car and even knocked him to the ground.

Ziering tried to escape and run to the other side of the road while the bikers continue to chase him and hit him. Although the police did not arrive at the scene, it was reported on the various websites that a complaint had been filed stating that Ziering was the victim of the incident, but the actor did not comment on the episode.


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