Quentin Tarantino marries Israeli singer Daniela Pick under a huppah
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Quentin Tarantino marries Israeli singer Daniela Pick under a huppah

Screenshot from video by TMZ, showing the reception where the couple celebrated their marriage
Screenshot from video by TMZ, showing the reception where the couple celebrated their marriage

 Director Quentin Tarantino married Israeli singer Daniela Pick under a huppah in their Beverly Hills, California, home.

The couple had a nearly decade-long transatlantic relationship that began when Tarantino was visiting Israel to promote his movie “Inglorious Basterds.” Two decades separate the couple: Tarantino is 55 and Pick is 35.

Pick is the daughter of popular Israeli singer and composer Svika Pick, who reportedly did not attend the wedding due to medical issues.

A Reform rabbi participated in the ceremony and Tarantino wore a kippah, Ynet reported.

Tarantino, who is of Italian, English and Irish ancestry, won the Academy Award for best screenplay for “Django Unchained” and “Pulp Fiction” while directing both films.

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