Anat Waxman is a film, television, and theatre actress. Her film work has earned her a total of three Ophir Awards, to date: a Best Lead Actress award for her role in Tel Aviv Stories (Ayelet Menahemi and Nirit Yaron, 1992), and two subsequent Best Supporting Actress wins for her work in Nina’s Tragedies (Savi Gabizon, 2003), and Noodle (Ayelet Menahemi, 2007). After graduating from the Beit Zvi School for the Performing Arts, Waxman began acting at the Beersheba Theatre. She later moved on to the Beit Lessin theatre before eventually settling into the place that would remain her permanent stage home – the Cameri Theatre. Waxman’s big film break came in 1987 when she landed the female lead in Shmuel Imberman’s I Don’t Give a Damn (based on the novel Lo Sam Zayin [‘don’t give a fuck’] by Dahn Ben-Amotz). Highlights of her other film credits include: Dummy in a Circle (Aner Preminger, 1993), Cupcakes (Eytan Fox, 2013), and Mr. Predictable (Roee Florentin, 2016). Waxman also starred in the hit TV sitcom, Ha-Chaim ze lo Ha-Kol (‘life isn’t everything’) throughout the series’ entire run (2001-2011).
Waxman was married to actor, Ohad Shahar.



Directed by Ayelet Menahemi, 2007

100 min.


Round Trip

Directed by Shahar Rozen, 2003
על הקו

97 min.


Nina's Tragedies

Directed by Savi Gabizon, 2003
האסונות של נינה
Rental English subs.

111 min.


The Man who Loves Hebrew

Directed by Eli Cohen, 1991
בורא המילים: אליעזר בן־יהודה
English subs.

92 min.

Student Film


Directed by Levana Hakim , 1989

44 min.

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