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Actress | Model | Filmmaker
Mor Cohen is a multiple-award-winning Israeli actress and filmmaker based in New York. She began her career as a child, taking on roles with Israeli television and regional theatre companies. After graduating from The Academy of Performing Arts in Tel Aviv in 2013, Mor relocated from Israel to work directly with Hollywood A-lists in Paris and L.A., and settled in New York shortly after to commit herself to a full-time career in acting and producing. She is a festival director and lead curator of the New York Film Awards film festival, that's been running in NYC since 2017.
On screen, Mor can be seen in Natalie Portman’s directorial debut A Tale of Love and Darkness, Mean Murderer (both available on Amazon Prime), and in The Doll, for which she’s received many acting awards.
Her producorial credits include Scoop (Off-Broadway), German-American co-production Klaviermann, and multiple award-winning short films The New Galileos and Over the Wall.