Rami Heuberger is a film, television, and theatre actor. Heuberger became a household name as one of the principal cast members in the satirical TV cult classic, The Cameric Five, that aired between 1993-1997. Heuberger won his first award in 1990 for his performance in the play, Ta’atuon (‘mini mirage’) at the Teatroneto Theatre Festival. In the years that followed, Heuberger would appear on virtually every repertoire theatre stage in the country and has even directed a number of plays including Scenes from a Marriage (2007), and The Seagull (2009). Highlights of his TV credits include The Bourgeoisie, Walk the Dog, In Therapy, The Arbitrator, The First Family, Cash Register, and Stockholm. His film credits include August Snow (Hagai Levi, 1993), Schindler’s List (Steven Spielberg, 1993), Actors (aka Auditions, Ron Ninio, 1995), Dogs are Color Blind (Orna and Yohanan Raviv, 1996), Gift from Above (Dover Kosashvili, 2003), The Little Traitor (Lynn Roth, 2007), Fire Birds (Amir Wolf, 2015), and What Could Possibly Go Wrong? (Ofir Lobel, 2015).


Gift from Above

Directed by Dover Kosashvili, 2003
מתנה משמיים

113 min.

Narrative Short

Operation Grandmother

Directed by Dror Shaul, 1999
מבצע סבתא
Rental English subs.

50 min.

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