|Is||Radio personality Television presenter|
|Type||Film, Television, Stage and Radio|
|Birth||21 November 1962, Jerusalem, Israel|
|Residence||Tel Aviv, Israel|
Avri Gilad (Hebrew: אברי גלעד; born November 21, 1962) is an Israeli media personality. Avraham Gilad (later "Avri Gilad") started his professional career in the mid-1980s as a host on Israel Defense Forces Radio. He has hosted many television game shows, among them "1 vs 100." Gilad was listed among the top-ten TV earners in a 2009 list compiled by Yedioth Ahronoth, with a stated income of $340,000 per season, apart from his earnings as a spokesman for the Mega Bool supermarket chain and royalties for a game show he developed, The Bubble, a news quiz broadcast in Israel, the UK, and other countries. On his blog, Gilad has written about the problems of being a celebrity and his spiritual interests. He is a devotee of the "Yemima Method," a psychological self-help method developed by Yemima Avital.