Yael Sharoni is an Israeli stage and screen actor. Sharoni, a graduate of the Yoram Loewenstein Performing Arts Studio got her first big break when she landed the role of Ricky in the popular telenovela The Game of Life (‘mishak hahayim’) (2003). For her part in the critically acclaimed dramedy, Srugim (‘knitted’), Sharoni earned an award for Best Actress from the Israeli Television Academy. On stage, Sharoni has performed in a range of theatres including The Library (‘sifriya’) Theatre, Herzliya Ensemble Theatre, Tzavta Theatre, and chiefly the Beit Lessin Theatre where she has featured in plays such as Honour, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, and French Movie.
Sharoni is an ensemble cast member of the hit satire programme, The Jews are Coming, which earned a Television Academy Award for Best Entertainment Programme. Highlights of her other TV series credits include Our Song, The Mythical Ex (‘Ha-ex Ha-mitologi’), When will we Kiss, Traffic Light, The Hood, When Heroes Fly, The Psychologist, Mesudarim (‘sorted’), Homeland, Cramped, Hit & Run, and many more.
Highlights of her film credits include Nymphs in the Mist (Yoram Sachs, 2008) and Once There was a Girl (Natalie Kaplan, 2016).


Once There Was A Girl

Directed by Natalie Kaplan, 2016
פעם הייתה ילדה

75 min.

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