Dafna Armoni is an Israeli singer-songwriter and actor. Armoni got her first big break when she appeared at the 1977 Israel Song Festival alongside the Israeli Airforce Band, performing the song Inside (‘betoch’). The following year, she landed her first big screen role, playing Noa – the ingenue soldier in Avi Nesher’s film, The Band (1978). In 1979, Armoni was chosen to join Israeli folk-rock troubadours, Arik Einstein and Shalom Hanoch in a concert that went on to become the live album, Arik Einstein and Shalom Hanoch in Concert. Armoni later released two solo albums: the 1986 self-titled Dafna Armoni which featured the hit singles She will Take you, I Love you, I’m Leaving you, and Ella, and its 1992 follow up, One Woman Less.
On stage, Armoni has appeared in the Cameri Theatre’s productions of Hanoch Levin’s Execution and in The King and I, whilst over at Habima National Theatre, she was seen in the productions of Spanish Garden and Nasreddin. Armoni’s television credits include, amongst others, the early 1990s late night sketch and satire comedy programme, Saturday Night (‘motzash’), and noughties soaps Our Song and Danny Hollywood.
Highlights of her film credits include Going Steady (Boaz Davidson, 1979), Lo L’Shidur (‘not for airing’) (Yeud Levanon, 1981), Every Time we Say Goodbye (Moshé Mizrahi), Bena (Niv Klainer, 2009), and The Electrifiers (Boaz Armoni, 2019).


An Evening Without Naama

Directed by Moshe Zimerman, 1992
ערב בלי נעמה

94 min.


Not for Broadcast

Directed by Yeud Levanon, 1981
לא לשידור

85 min.

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