Liat Glick is a stage and screen actor and director. After graduating from the prestigious Nissan Nativ Acting Studio, Glick soon joined the ranks of the Cameri Theatre actors company where she appeared in a range of plays including Murder, Cyprus Avenue, A Family Story, and many more. On Israeli television, Glick has appeared in various series including Twenty Plus (‘esrim plus’), 101, Intensive Care (‘tipul nimratz’), and Everything’s Peachy (‘hakol dvash’).
Highlights of her film credits include Under Western Eyes (Joseph Pitchhadze, 1996), Kippur (Amos Gitai, 2000), Giraffes (Tzahi Grad, 2001), Salt of the Earth (Uri Barbash, 2006), Surrogate (Tali Shalom-Ezer, 2009), and Once There was a Girl (Natalie Kaplan, 2016) for which Glick won Best Actress both at Brazil’s FestCine Pedra Azul Film Festival, and at Italy’s Taurasi Film Festival.
Glick studied Film and Television at the Minshar School of Art where she directed a number of shorts, including Sugar Crash (2020) and Bright Night (2011); the latter of which featured in the Berlin International Film Festival’s Generation Kplus Children’s Section where it earned a Best Short Film Nomination.


Once There Was A Girl

Directed by Natalie Kaplan, 2016
פעם הייתה ילדה

75 min.



Directed by Tzahi Grad, 2001

114 min.



Directed by Amos Gitai, 2000

120 min.

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