Menashe Noy is a film, television, and theatre actor. Noy studied at Tel Aviv University’s Department of Film and Television Studies and became a household name when he joined the ensemble cast of the cult satire programme, The Cameric Five that aired between 1993-1997. Highlights of his other TV acting credits include The Bourgeoisie, M.K. 22, On Any Saturday, Papadizi (which started out as a YouTube web series and was later commissioned by Israeli cabler, YES), and Taxi Driver.
Highlights of his film credits include Saint Clara (Ari Folman and Ori Sivan, 1996), Dogs are Color Blind (Orna Raviv and Yohanan Raviv, 1996), Beep (Amit Hecht, 1997) whose script Noy co-wrote with the director, Rutenberg (Eli Cohen, 2001), Made in Israel (Ari Folman, 2001), Henry’s Dream (Eitan Green, 2003), Gift from Above (Dover Kosashvili, 2003), Year Zero (Joseph Pitchhadze, 2004), Policeman (Nadav Lapid, 2011), Sweets (Joseph Pitchhadze, 2013), Big Bad Wolves (Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, 2013), Gett – The Trial of Viviane Amsalem (Ronit Elkabetz and Shlomi Elkabetz, 2014), and Working Woman (Michal Aviad, 2018).
Noy has also appeared on various theatre stages over the years. In 2012, he starred in the Israeli Cameri Theatre’s adaptation of Harold Pinter’s The Lover alongside his wife, actress Keren Mor.


Henry's Dream

Directed by Eitan Green, 2004
חלומו של הנרי

110 min.


Year Zero

Directed by Joseph Pitchhadze, 2004
שנת אפס

130 min.


Besame Mucho

Directed by Joseph Pitchhadze, 2000
בסמה מוצ
Rental English subs.

114 min.

Short Film

Seven Days in Elul

Directed by Amir Zait, 1999
שבעה ימים באלול

58 min.



Directed by Amit Hecht, 1997

76 min.


Saint Clara

Directed by Ari Folman, Ori SIvan, 1995
קלרה הקדושה

89 min.


Lovesick on Nana Street

Directed by Savi Gabizon, 1995
חולה אהבה בשיכון ג
Rental English subs.

94 min.

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