Danny Steg is a theatre and film actor who has been acting on stages since his teenage years. In the 1990s, Steg started appearing in a variety of TV shows and films. His TV credits include, among others, Inyan shel Zman (‘a matter of time’), and Shevet Cohen (‘the Cohen clan’), written by father and son duo (and future parliamentarians), Tommy and Yair Lapid. Some of his early film credits include Driks’ Brother (Ori Inbar and Doron Tsabari, 1994), and Shuly’s Fiancé (Doron Tsabari, 1997), the latter of which was part of the miniseries, Short Stories about Love. Steg’s major break, however, came when he landed the role of Elli in the hit TV series, Hafuch (1996-1998). He later also appeared in the films Vulcan Junction (Eran Riklis), Tzur Hadassim (Gideon Kolirin, 1999), Avanim (‘stones’) (Raphaël Nadjari, 2004), Someone to Run with (Oded Davidoff, 2006), It all Begins at Sea (Eitan Green, 2008), The World is Funny (Shemi Zarhin, 2012), and Indoors (Eitan Green, 2016).



Directed by Eitan Green, 2016
חדרי הבית
Rental English subs.

109 min.



Directed by Raphael Nadjari, 2004
Rental English subs.

112 min.


Summer Story

Directed by Shmuel Peleg Haimovitch, 2004
סיפור קיץ

74 min.


Zur Hadasim

Directed by Gideon Kolirin, 1999
צור הדסים

102 min.


The Stage Fever

Directed by Itai Tamir, 1997
חיידק הבימה

36 min.

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