Ishai Golan is a film and television actor. Golan had his film debut at the age of 17 when he was cast in Uri Barabash’s Where Eagles Fly (1990). Further into the nineties, he continued to grow his career, landing a string of recurring TV, film, and theatre roles. Highlights of his film credits include: Overdose (Shmuel Imberman, 1993), Six Million Pieces (Tzipi Trope, 2001), Love Life (Maria Schrader, 2007), The Slut (Hagar Ben-Asher, 2011), Antenna (Arik Rothstein, 2016), The Road to Where (Michal Bat-Adam, 2016), and The Golem (Yoav and Doron Paz, 2018).
Golan’s big break, however, came when he landed the role of ‘Tomer’ in brothers Benny and Uri Barabash’s landmark drama series, Tironoot (‘basic training’). He later went on to star in a number of primetime series including Ha-E (‘the island), The Gordin Cell, Kfulim (‘doubles’), and Greenhouse Academy. Golan’s part in the series Prisoners of War (aka Hatufim), won him a Television Academy Award for Best Actor. Between 2013-2016, Golan presented the award-winning, internationally-acclaimed lifestyle documentary programme, Street Food Around the World.


The Road to Where

Directed by Michal Bat-Adam, 2016
הדרך לאן

96 min.


Love Life

Directed by Maria Schrader, 2007
חיי אהבה

113 min.



Directed by Ken Russell, 1996
מכופף המוחות
Rental English subs.

90 min.

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