|Real Name||Mili Avital|
|Date of Birth||March 30, 1972|
|Age (as in 2021)||48 Years (UPDATED)|
Mili Avital is an Israeli Academy Award-winning film and stage actress who starred in the 1994 film Stargate.
She is a well-known Israeli-American actress and has built an international career and has appeared in numerous Israeli and American films, television shows, and plays. In Hollywood, she has worked in movies like Stargate, Dead Man, Kissing a Fool, Polish Wedding, and The Human Stain. She has also starred in American TV projects such as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Arabian Nights, Damages, and 666 Park Avenue.
Avital’s acting career in Israel includes popular movies like Me’ever Layam and Noodle. The beautiful actress has also appeared in the Israeli television shows Chatufim and Landing on Their Feet. In addition, she has done numerous plays as well.
Avital has won several awards and honors. She won a ‘Sci-fi Universe’ award for her movie Stargate. She is also the winner of the ‘Israeli Film Academy Award’ for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the feature film Me’ever Layam. Avital was also awarded the ‘Israel’s Critics’ Circle Award’ for the Best Actress for Noodle.
Mili Avital's Birthday, Age, Bornplace.
Mili Avital was born on March 30, 1972 (age 48 Years), Israel.
Mili Avital Height, Weight, Bith Place, Profession(s) , Nationality
|Height||5'4" (163 cm),|
|Eye Colour||catching Sunset|
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Mili Avital's School And Collage
Mili Avital's Family and Status.
|Marriage Date||Not Yet Married|
|Wife/Spouse||Not Yet Married|
|Husband||Charles Randolph (Husband),|
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Mili Avital Net Worth.
Mili Avital’s estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income Sources & every details about Mili Avital Net Worth has been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Mili Avital in 2021 and also how rich he was in 2020
|Estimated Net Worth in 2021||$20 Million USD (Approx.)|
|Estimated Net Worth in 2020||$100K - $1M USD (Approx.)|
|Annual Salary||$10k (Approx.)|
|Income Source||Primary Income source Movie Actress.|
Mili Avital Biography
Mili Avital is best known as a famous Movie Actress. Mili was born on March 30, 1972, in Jerusalem, Israel. She once dated actor David Schwimmer. Mili Avital is a member of the famous Movie Actress list.
On a Popular Bio, Mili is ranked in the list of most popular celebrities and Most Popular Movies Actress. She is also ranked on the list with those people who were born on March 30. Mili Avital is one of the older celebrities of the age 48 years old.
Mili Avital Personal Life and Family Life
Mili Avital was born on 30 March 1972 in Jerusalem, Israel, to parents Noni and Iko Avital. She studied at Thelma Yellin High School of Arts and later on enrolled at Circle in the Square Theatre School in New York City. Before becoming famous, she went to Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts in Giv’atayim and moved to New York in 1994.
In regards to the actresse’s love affairs, she was once in a relationship with David Schwimmer. After separating from him in 2001, Avital started dating screenwriter Charles Randolph who she later married in 2004. The couple has two children, a daughter named Fanny and a son named Benjamin.
Mili Avital Career
Mili Avital first acted in the 1992 Israeli film Me’ever Layam. She then appeared in the American movies Stargate, Dead Man, Invasion of Privacy, The End of Violence, Polish Wedding, Animals with the Tollkeeper, Kissing a Fool and The Young Girl and the Monsoon.
In 1999, the actress appeared in an episode of ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’. The following year, she did the American TV miniseries Arabian Nights. Then after appearing in an episode of ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ once again, Avital got featured in the American movies, The Human Stain and When Do We Eat. Soon after this, she portrayed as the character of Cordelia in Patsy Rodenburg’s play ‘King Lear’.
In the year 2007, she was cast as Miri Calderone in the Israeli flick Noodle. Two years later, she played the recurring role of Nurit Halevi-Zach in the Israeli TV drama series Prisoners of War. After this, the Israeli-American star appeared in episodes of American dramas Damages and 666 Park Avenue in 2010 and 2012 respectively. Then she played the leading role of Dana Berger Fine in the comedy series Landing on Their Feet in 2017.
Mili Avital Trivia
She directed a short documentary titled I Think Myself I am All the Time Younger, which premiered at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival.
Breakdown of Mili Avital
- Mili Avital’s age is 48 years.
- She married screenwriter Charles Randolph in 2004. The couple has two children, Fanny and Benjamin.
- Birthday: March 30 and born in1972.
- She went to Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts in Giv’atayim and moved to New York in 1994.
- Her birth sign is Aries.
- She directed a short documentary titled I Think Myself I am All the Time Younger, which premiered at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival.
NEW YORK − Two days before Rosh Hashanah, Mili Avital will serve superb seafood pasta prepared by her children’s nanny and will outline her plans for the holidays. New Year’s Eve will include a family dinner, with Kiddush recited by her American husband, Charles Randolph, as every year. On Yom Kippur, she will take the family to the synagogue and fast, as she does every year. Charles also usually builds a sukkah in their yard in the West Village but this year he won’t have time because of his workload. Avital will take their two children to the synagogue to see a sukkah so they don’t miss the spirit of the festival.
“It took me many years to understand that my identity is more Israeli than Jewish,” sums up the pioneer of local actors who have made it in Hollywood. “My children listen to [iconic singer] Arik Einstein and speak Hebrew. I transmit my memories to them.”
Nineteen years after immigrating to the United States, spitting blood to get rid of her Israeli accent, forging an impressive international acting career, and establishing a magnificent family − Mili Avital, still wants to talk about Arik Einstein and the songs of the pre-state Palmach. So ardent is she about this that the suspicion arises that she feels the need to apologize for, or at least justify, the life she has created across the sea.
Mili Avital Personal Quotes
“I may not be Meryl Streep, but I am not untalented.”
“It took me many years to understand that my identity is more Israeli than Jewish.”
“I knew I wanted to get married and have a family, but it was important that my husband be a Jew; I didn’t want to have to explain what Hanukkah is.”
“In Israel, I think I have the image of an ‘Ashkenazi woman’ as a stereotype. Someone once told me that I look like a deodorant commercial. But my appearance is misleading; I can be emotionally aggressive, too, and in ‘Law and Order,’ I once played a murderer. I see no limitations. I see both my toughness and the softness.”
“I loved putting on stories as plays when I was just six. I was the director, the actress, and the set designer; I cast my girlfriends in parts, and I suggested to the local kindergarten teachers that we do free performances for the children.”
“I have no sentiments for nationality or for soil. But I grew up in Israel, so those things are in my blood, and I want to be part of Israeli culture.”
“I don’t need legitimization to take part in Israeli productions; I am a good actress. To work in Israel is a financial investment for me. I do it for emotional, not artistic, reasons.”
“My agents do not like my choice to work only in New York and Israel – it’s not a good career move.”
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