|Alma mater||London Film School|
|Occupation||Director, producer, writer|
Boaz Davidson (Hebrew: ? ?, [bo'az 'davidson], born 8 November 1943) is an Israeli film director, producer and screenwriter. He was born in Tel Aviv, Israel and studied film in London at London Film School.
Davidson was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, to a Jewish family. He started his career by directing the television show Lool (1969) and the music documentary Shablul (1970). Later he directed Israeli cult films such as Charlie Ve'hetzi (1974) and Hagiga B'Snuker (1975). In 1974 he directed the film Mishpahat Tzan'ani. He directed the first four films in the Eskimo Limon series (Eskimo Limon (1978), Yotzim Kavua (1979), Shifshuf Naim (1981), Sapiches (1982). Eskimo Limon was entered into the 28th Berlin International Film Festival in 1978. In 1986 he directed the cult film Alex Holeh Ahavah.
Davidson continued to work in the United States as a producer and a screenwriter. He was involved in producing several major films including 16 Blocks,The Wicker Man,The Black Dahlia, 2008's Rambo and The Expendables. He is also listed as a producer in the thriller Trespass.
Homefront (2013) Executive Producer
Formerly married to Naomi Davidson, Professor at California State University Northridge until her passing