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Quentin Tarantino married Israeli singer Danielle Pick



Film director Quentin Tarantino at the age of 55 and Israeli singer Daniella Pick at the age of 35 on Tuesday night at a private ceremony in Los Angeles.

The wedding took place at a married house in Beverly Hills and was visited by close friends and relatives.

The bride is the daughter of the renowned Israeli pop singer and songwriter Tikka Pick, who was unable to attend weddings for medical affairs, and composer Mirit Shem-Oro, who also attended her daughter's bachelorette on the Peninsula Beverly Hills Hotel.

Quentin Tarantino and Daniella Pick at a wedding (Photo: Splash News)

Quentin Tarantino and Daniella Pick at the wedding (Photo: Splash News)

The couple decided to exchange promises under Jewish chuppa in the presence of a reform rabbi, where the director of "Pulp Fiction" dresses kippou for this occasion.

Pick chose to support Israeli designer Dan Harel by carrying two of her dresses during the night. Pick's headband was also designed for her by Israeli designer Keren Wolf.

After the ceremony, guests went to the reception at Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills.

The source who attended the event said E! Reports that the ceremony was so intimate that only 20 people attended.

Quentin Tarantino and Daniella Pick during a ceremony (Photo: Splash News)

Quentin Tarantino and Daniella Pick during a ceremony (Photo: Splash News)

"Among the guests were actors Harvey Keitel and Tim Roth, as well as director Eli Roth … The newlyweds kept their hands and kissed at every occasion," said the source.

Tarantino and Pick are interested in July after having been dating and leaving for almost ten years. The couple first met in 2009 when the director visited Israel while promoting his film "Inglourious Basterds."

Two weeks later, two people were seen together on a red carpet in Los Angeles, holding hands and effectively confirming their transatlantic relationship.


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