Yoram Hattab is an Israeli stage, television, and film actor, and the winner of an Ophir Award for Best Lead Actor for his performance in Eyal Halfon’s 1998 film, Circus Palestina. Hattab is also a founding member of Shaham – The Israeli Actors’ Guild; and was even Chairman of the organisation for nine years. Additionally, Hattab is a practising organisational consultant and personal business coach.
As an actor, Hattab has performed on virtually every repertoire theatre stage in Israel. His performances have won him scores of awards, including the 1995 Award for Most Promising Newcomer, and the 2004 Theatre Award for Best Actor for his performance in Habima National Theatre’s production of Bryony Lavery’s Frozen. Highlights of his other stage credits include All my Sons, A Flea in her Ear, The Merchant of Venice, Only Yesterday, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Gorodish, Murder, Cyprus, Caviar and Lentils, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Tango, and Kaddish (for Naomi Ginsberg).
Highlights of his TV credits include Kastner Trial, Scandal (‘sha’aruriya’), Reaching for Heaven, My First Sony, Lost and Found, Screenz, and Your Honour.
Highlights of his film credits include Vulcan Junction (Eran Riklis, 1999), Kadosh (Amos Gitai, 1999), Kippur (Amos Gitai, 2000), Nina’s Tragedies (Savi Gabizon, 2003), Three Mothers (Dina Zvi-Riklis, 2003), and Homeport (Erez Tadmor, 2016).


Nina's Tragedies

Directed by Savi Gabizon, 2003
האסונות של נינה
Rental English subs.

111 min.


Silence of the Sirens

Directed by Ori Inbar, 2003
שתיקת הצופרים
English subs.

70 min.

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