Amir Fey Guttman (Hebrew: אמיר פיי גוטמן, Kiriat Haim, Israel, April 25, 1976 – July 23, 2017) was an Israeli singer and actor.
Amir Fryszer Guttman was born as Amir Feiger in Kiryat Haim to a Romanian-born couple. He shortened his original family name to Fei when his parents divorced and added the surname of his maternal grandfather, Guttman, in honor of family members perished in the Holocaust. Fey Guttman began his career as a young journalist and model. After serving in the Israel Defense Forces, he joined the Eilat hotel's entertainment tea and explored with "Hi Five" in 1997.
Amir soon enough began his solo career, his first album was called "Mantara". In May 2007, Amir declared that he was homosexual. In the same month he released his new album called Dvash Bakaveret (Honey On the Beehives) which include the singles "Margish" ("Feel"), "Nes" ("Miracle"), and "Yom Aharon" ("Last Day").
He died from drowning after being swept away with his niece, whom he had held above water, his niece survived.
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