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Gal Gadot in her Wonder Woman costume.

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The Stunning Transformation Of Gal Gadot
Tomboy Gadot
Gal Gadot, born and raised in Israel, wanted to keep up with the boys from the get-go. "I was a tomboy. Always with wounds and scratches on my knees," she once said.
Despite getting many modeling offers as a teen, she chose to work at Burger King. Standing around looking pretty didn't appeal to her, but she had no idea that would soon change.
Becoming Miss Israel
When Gadot graduated from high school, her mother thought it would be great to sign the future actor up for the 2004 Miss Israel competition.
"I never thought I would win," the "Wonder Woman" star told W Magazine. However, she did win, and Gadot also participated in the Miss Universe competition the same year.
Career in Modeling
Following her Miss Israel victory, Gadot fulfilled her two-year requirement in the Israel Defense Forces but caught the attention of Maxim in the process.
In 2007, Maxim featured Gadot in an article titled "Women of the Israel Defense Forces," which marked the unofficial beginning of
her modeling career.
Gadot’s Love Life
Gadot met her now-husband Jaron Varsano at an interesting party in 2006. "It was all about yoga, chakras, and eating healthy," Gadot told Glamour.
As the actress revealed to Vogue, “By the second date he told me, ‘I'm going to marry you,’” — and he was right. Gadot and Varsano tied the knot in 2008.
Getting Into Acting
Gadot was all set to join law school post her time in the military until the casting director of the James Bond film "Quantum of Solace" took notice of her.
While she lost out on the part in the film, it inspired Gadot to hire her own acting coach, and she soon found herself starring in "Bubot" — an Israeli television series.