Israeli actresses born in 1980

Here are 8 famous actresses from Israel were born in 1980:

Maya Maron

Maya Maron (May 12, 1980 Tel Aviv-) is an Israeli actor.

Maya Maron is best known for her roles in the Israeli hit TV series "BeTipul" (In Treatment) and in the film "The Bubble." She began her acting career at the age of 15, and has since become one of Israel's most successful and sought-after actors. She has received numerous awards for her work, including the Israeli Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

In addition to her work in film and television, Maya Maron is also a stage actress. She has appeared in productions of "The Glass Menagerie," "Cabaret," and "The Vagina Monologues," among others. Maron is also a talented singer, and has released several albums of her own music.

In recent years, Maya Maron has become an outspoken advocate for social and political causes. She is a vocal supporter of LGBT rights, women's rights, and peace in the Middle East. Maron has also been involved in various humanitarian efforts, including raising funds for refugees and victims of natural disasters.

Yael Bar Zohar

Yael Bar Zohar (January 29, 1980 Tel Aviv-) also known as Yael Bar-Zohar is an Israeli model and actor.

She started modeling at the age of 16 and won the title of Miss Beer Sheva. She then went on to represent Israel in the Miss World 1998 pageant in the Seychelles islands. After her pageant stint, she began acting and starred in several successful Israeli TV series such as "Ramat Aviv Gimmel" and "Me'usharot". She also appeared in Israeli films such as "Campfire" and "Broken Wings". Yael's success in Israel opened doors for her internationally and she was featured in the American TV series "CSI: NY" and the movie "Munich". Yael also lends her talents to hosting and has hosted several reality TV shows in Israel. In 2013, she married Nir Zohar, a venture capitalist, and the couple has two children.

Efrat Boimold

Efrat Boimold (March 15, 1980 Tel Aviv-) is an Israeli actor.

She is best known for her roles in Israeli television series such as "Srugim," "Ha-Alufa," and "Very Important Person." Boimold studied acting at the Nissan Nativ Acting Studio in Tel Aviv and began her career in theatre before transitioning to television and film. In addition to her acting work, Boimold is also involved in activism and has spoken out on social and political issues such as gender equality and LGBTQ+ rights. She has received several accolades for her work, including being named one of the "Best Actresses of the Year" by Israel's Ha'aretz newspaper in 2016.

Michal Gavrielov

Michal Gavrielov (June 25, 1980 Holon-) is an Israeli actor.

He graduated from the Nissan Nativ Acting Studio in Tel Aviv and began his acting career in the late 1990s. Gavrielov is best known for his roles in popular Israeli television series, such as "Shtisel", "Your Honor" and "The Writer". He has also appeared in several Israeli films, including "The Secrets", "Night Shift" and "The Matchmaker". In addition to his acting career, Gavrielov is also a voiceover artist and has lent his voice to numerous Israeli television shows and films. He has been nominated for several awards for his work in the entertainment industry and is considered one of the most talented and versatile actors in Israel.

Liron Vaisman

Liron Vaisman (March 30, 1980 Afula-) is an Israeli actor.

He started his acting career in 2004, starring in the Israeli TV series "The Pilots' Wives". He then went on to star in numerous TV shows, including "Eretz Nehederet" and "Hatzuya". In 2010, he was nominated for an Israeli Academy Award for his performance in the film "The Human Resources Manager". Vaisman is also a talented voice actor and has lent his voice to many animated projects as well as video games. He has also acted on stage, performing in productions of Shakespeare's plays and other classical works. In addition to acting, Vaisman is a singer and musician who has released several albums and singles.

Mali Levi

Mali Levi (May 23, 1980 Tel Aviv-) is an Israeli actor.

Mali Levi began his acting career on stage, performing in various theater productions in Israel. In 2005, he made his television debut in the Israeli crime drama "Mati and Jerusalem Stone." Since then, he has appeared in numerous Israeli TV shows, including "Bnei Aruba," "Ha-Shminiya," and "Srugim." Levi is also known for his roles in the films "Nina's Tragedies" and "The Human Resources Manager." In addition to acting, Levi is a trained martial artist and has a black belt in Krav Maga, the Israeli self-defense system.

Netta Garti

Netta Garti (March 20, 1980 Tel Aviv-) a.k.a. Neta Garty is an Israeli actor.

She began her acting career in the late 1990s, appearing in Israeli television shows such as "Florentin" and "Betipul." In 2005, she starred in the Israeli film "Close to Home," which won the best film award at the Jerusalem Film Festival. She has also acted in notable Israeli TV dramas such as "Prisoners of War" and "When Heroes Fly." In addition to her acting career, Garti is an accomplished theater actress and has performed in numerous productions in Israel. She is known for her portrayal of complex, strong-willed female characters and has won critical acclaim for her performances. Outside of acting, Garti is an advocate for LGBTQ rights and has been involved in various activism campaigns in Israel.

Jessica DiCicco

Jessica DiCicco (June 10, 1980 Los Angeles-) also known as Jessica De Cicco, Jessie Di Cicco, Jessica DiCiccio, Jessica Sonya DiCicco, Jessica Sonya Di Cicco or Jessica Di Cicco is an Israeli actor, voice actor and singer.

Jessica DiCicco was born in Los Angeles, California on June 10th, 1980, and is of Israeli descent. She got her start in the entertainment industry as a child actor and later transitioned into voice acting. She is best known for her voice work in popular animated series and films, including the voices of Flame Princess in Adventure Time, Lynn and Lucy Loud in The Loud House, and Malina in The Emperor's New School.

Aside from her voice work, DiCicco has also appeared in a variety of live-action TV shows and movies, including The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Zoey 101, and Weeds. She is also a singer and has contributed vocals to several soundtracks for both TV shows and movies.

In addition to her entertainment career, DiCicco is an advocate for mental health and has spoken publicly about her own struggles with anxiety and depression. She is also a supporter of animal rights and has worked with several animal welfare organizations.

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