Efrat Dor as Magda Gross
Actress Efrat Dor works in both her native Israel and the U.S., on both film and television projects.
Her next movie is Roei Florentien’s The Last Minute. Her previous movies include the musical comedy Cupcakes, directed by Eytan Fox, and Yoav and Doron Paz’s Phobidilia. Mr. Florentien has additionally directed her in the television series Ha-Hamama and, upcoming on Netflix, The Greenhouse Academy.
Ms. Dor has been acclaimed for her leading role in the television series Downtown Precinct – earning an Israel Television Academy Award nomination – Asfur, and Mermaids. She has also been part of the series Pillars of Smoke and Meorav Yeroshalmi.
Trained in acting and dance in the U.S. and Israel, Ms. Dor’s studies have included five years at the Royal Academy of Ballet as well as three years at the Beit Zvi School for the Performing Arts. She also spent a year studying at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute.
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