Mili Avital

Mili Avital

actress, director, editor

Mili Avital was born on Mar 30, 1972 in Israel. Mili Avital's big-screen debut came with Stargate directed by Roland Emmerich in 1994. Mili Avital is known for Hatufim directed by Gideon Raff, Ishai Golan stars as Uri Zach and Yoram Toledano as Nimrod Klein. Mili Avital has got 2 awards and 3 nominations so far. The most recent award Mili Avital achieved is Sci-Fi Universe Magazine, USA. The upcoming new movie Mili Avital plays is Wedding Doll which will be released on Apr 15, 2016.

Mili Avital began her career, at the age of 17, in Christopher Hampton's "Dangerous Liaisons", at the Cameri Theater of Tel Aviv. Among her Israeli films, she won the 1992 Israeli Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Me'ever Layam (1991) (aka "Over the Ocean"). Arriving in New York in 1994, she was immediately cast as the female lead in Roland Emmerich's Stargate : La Porte des étoiles (1994), for which she received a Sci-Fi Universe award. Her film work includes: Dead Man (1995) (Jim Jarmusch), Une fiancée pour deux (1998) (Doug Ellin), Polish Wedding (1998), Animals with the Tollkeeper (1998), The Young Girl and the Monsoon (1999), La couleur du mensonge (2003) (Robert Benton), When Do We Eat? (2005), Ahava Colombianit (2004) (aka "Columbian Love") (Israel), and Noodle (2007) (Israel / China), for which she received the 2007 Israeli Critics' Circle Award for Best Actress, the Israeli Academy Award nomination for Best Actress, and Israel's Person of the Year nomination. Television: "Scheherazade" in the Emmy-nominated ABC miniseries, Les mille et une nuits (2000), NBC miniseries, 1943 l'ultime révolte (2001) (Jon Avnet), USA Network's Orage aux Bahamas (2001), Damages (2007) (FX), Hatufim: Prisonniers de guerre (2009) (aka "Prisoners of War") (Keshet, Israel). Directed a short documentary, I Think Myself I Am All the Time Younger (2004), (Tribeca Film Festival 2004, Jerusalem Film Festival 2004). She resides in New York City with her husband, screenwriter Charles Randolph, and their son and daughter.

  • Birthday

    Mar 30, 1972
  • Place of Birth

    Jerusalem, Israel
  • Also known

    מילי אביטל‎

Known For


2 wins & 3 nominations

Sci-Fi Universe Magazine, USA
Best Supporting Actress in a Genre Motion Picture
Winner - Universe Reader's Choice Award
Awards of the Israeli Film Academy
Best Supporting Actress
Winner - Award of the Israeli Film Academy
Me'ever Layam (1991)

Movies & TV Shows

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