With Gal Gadot’s rise to fame as a worldwide sensation, it’s important to pause and reflect on her life prior to achieving the legendary status of Wonder Woman.
Gal Gadot is a remarkable woman who has led an eventful life, almost like a movie script. Her grandfather, who survived the Second World War, ensured that the world would one day know Miss Israel 2004. After competing in the Miss Universe pageant, she dutifully served in the military for two years before eventually becoming Wonder Woman. Before being cast in this iconic role, she had tried out for other parts, including one in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Not only is Gal beautiful, but she also has a deep love for music and a passion for motorcycles. Despite her immense fame and success, she remains grounded and uses her platform to support various causes, especially women’s rights. In fact, she even went to bat for Wonder Woman to be recognized as an honorary ambassador for women’s rights by the United Nations. Additionally, Gal served as a combat trainer in the Israel Defense Forces, proving that she possesses real fighting skills beyond just her pageant queen title.