Israeli actresses born in 1981

Here are 5 famous actresses from Israel were born in 1981:

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman (June 9, 1981 Jerusalem-) also known as Natalie Hershlag or Nat is an Israeli actor, model, film producer, film director and screenwriter. Her child is called Aleph Portman-Millepied.

Portman began her acting career in 1994 when she starred in the action thriller film "Leon: The Professional" at the age of 13. She gained international recognition for her role as Padmé Amidala in the Star Wars prequel trilogy. Portman has since starred in numerous critically acclaimed films such as "Closer", "Black Swan", and "Jackie".

She is also known for her activism and involvement in humanitarian causes. Portman is an advocate for animal rights and is a member of the board of directors for the World Wildlife Fund. She has also been involved in various women's causes, including the Time's Up movement and the protests against the gender pay gap in Hollywood.

In addition to her career in acting, Portman has also directed several films, including the 2015 drama "A Tale of Love and Darkness", which she also wrote and starred in. She has won numerous awards throughout her career, including an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and a Screen Actors Guild Award.

Moran Atias

Moran Atias (April 9, 1981 Haifa-) is an Israeli fashion model, model, actor and television producer.

She began her career as a model in the late 1990s and early 2000s, before transitioning to acting. Atias has appeared in a number of Israeli and international films and television shows, including "The Third Person", "24: Legacy", and "La leggenda del bandito e del campione". In addition to her work in front of the camera, Atias has also produced and directed a number of films and documentaries. She is known for her philanthropic work with various organizations, including the Chime for Change charity and the Israeli organization Save a Child's Heart.

Vered Feldman

Vered Feldman (December 4, 1981 Herzliya-) is an Israeli actor.

She graduated from Nissan Nativ Acting School in Jerusalem, Israel, and began her acting career in theater. Vered has performed in various acclaimed Israeli stage productions, including “The Motherf**ker with the Hat,” “The Great Comet,” and “The Mentors.”

Vered has also appeared in several Israeli TV shows and films, such as “The Gordin Cell,” “Shtisel,” and “First Lesson.” She has received critical acclaim and won several awards for her performances.

In addition to acting, Vered is a writer and creator of her own original content. She has written and performed in several successful one-woman shows, including “Vered Feldman: Your Next Wife” and “Vered Feldman: All Gone.”

Vered is considered one of Israel's most talented and versatile performers, with a unique blend of humor, vulnerability, and charisma that captivates audiences. She continues to work in theater, film, and television, and is widely regarded as a rising star in the Israeli entertainment industry.

Shiri Maimon

Shiri Maimon (May 17, 1981 Qiryat haim-) also known as שירי מימון or Maimon, Shiri is an Israeli singer, songwriter, actor and television presenter.

She rose to fame in 2003 as the runner-up in the TV show "Kochav Nolad", Israel's version of "American Idol". After the show, she released her debut album, "Shiri Maimon", which became an instant success and sold over 100,000 copies.

Maimon has released six more studio albums since then, and has become one of Israel's most popular and successful singers, known for her powerful vocals and ability to perform in a variety of genres, including pop, rock, and jazz.

In addition to her music career, Maimon has also acted in several Israeli films and TV shows, including the hit series "Hatzuya" and the movie "The Thing About My Folks". She has also hosted numerous Israeli TV programs, including the reality show "Master Chef Israel".

Maimon is known for her philanthropic work as well, supporting various charities and organizations in Israel, particularly those that focus on children's welfare and education. She is regarded as one of Israel's most influential and inspiring women, and continues to inspire and entertain fans all over the world.

Tamara Klingon

Tamara Klingon (June 6, 1981 Konotop-) is an Israeli actor.

She is best known for her work in Israeli cinema and television. Tamara began her acting career at the age of 18, appearing in small roles in local productions. She received critical acclaim for her lead role in the successful film "The Farewell Party" (2014), which won several awards at international film festivals. She has since starred in several other popular Israeli movies and TV series such as "Fauda" and "On the Spectrum". In addition to her acting work, Tamara is also an advocate for animal rights and often uses her platform to raise awareness about animal welfare issues. She has been recognized for her philanthropic work and was honored with the Humanitarian Award at the Israeli Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2018.

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