Teacher of Dramatic Art, Stage-Training Guide, Director and Actor. Born in 1981. Grew up in Haifa, Israel and in Durham, North Carolina (USA). Graduate of Nissan Nativ Acting Studio (Class of 2007). Member of Anatoli Vasiliev's theatre lab in Venice, Italy (2010-2013).
Played in: "Pipelines" based on stories by Etgar Keret (Director: Ilan Toren, Khan Theatre, 2007), "Shabat Shel Shalom" (Director: Lilach Segal, Tzavta 2008), "Tutti & Titti" (Director: Amnon Zakov, Tzavta 2009). Plays in 'The Graft' (L'innesto) by Luigi Pirandello, directed by Anatoly Vasiliev, which took part in "The World as a place of Truth" International Theatre Festival in Poland (2012), "Fabbrica Europa" Festival in Italy (May 2013).
Member of the artistic administration of Habima theatre (2003-2006) and Khan theatre (2005-present). Worked alongside the directors Misha Lurie, Ilan Ronen, Michael Gurevitch, Hanan Snir.
Translated, adapted and directed the show "Born Guilty" (Schuldig Geboren) based on a book by Peter Sichrovsky (Tzavta 2008). Co-Director of "The Key in the Window", based on Allen Ginsberg's poem "Kaddish" (Stage Center, 2014). Adapted and directed "Intermezzo" (Ex-Fornace, Milano 2014) based on short stories by Anton Chekhov.
Guest writer in the bi-monthly magazine 'Venezia Musica e dintorni'. Translated the plays "Invasion" by Rachel Shor and "Tenant Haymovitch" by Ariel Bronz from Hebrew to English.
Participated in commercials on television and the internet. Co-created several theatre websites – "Tochnia – Israeli Theatre Heritage", "Shakespeare & Co" (with Dori Parnes), "Michael Gurevitch – Playwright and Director" (with Michael Gurevitch).
Participated in the 'Masters in Residence' program at Grotowski Institute, Poland (2011-2012), and the 'Pedagogy as Artistic Passion' program at ARTA – La Cartoucherie, Paris (November-December 2011). Took part in the occupation of 'Teatro Valle' in Rome (January 2012).
Taught drama at Holon Studio of Performing Arts and at Nissan Nativ Acting Studio as apprentice of teacher/director Misha Lurie.
Teaches drama and actor training at 'Fuoco Alla Paglia' (Venice/Milano, 2014-15).
Artistic collaborator for movement at the Comédie-Française (Paris, 2016).
Practices Tai-Chi (Cheng Ming). Languages: Hebrew, English, Italian, Russian