Moran Atias

Moran AtiasMoran Atias is an Israeli actress. She is mainly known for playing the role of Inez on the TV series crash. She can speak Hebrew, English and Italian. She was born in Northern Israel. At the age of fifteen she got casted in a youth television program titled Out of Focus. She wanted to make a career in defense forces however she took up modeling.  She worked in Germany and Italy and got famous as a model. Soon she started concentrating on films. She also got the nomination for the Best Actress at Festival Sguardo al Femminile for her role in Days of Love.
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Born: April 9, 1981 (age 34), Haifa, Israel
Occupation: Actress
Height: 1.75 m
Nationality: Israeli
Hair color:  Black
Eye color: Brown
Some Work: 2014 Tyrant (TV Movie), 2013 Third Person, 2012 Allenby St. (TV Series), 2012 Crazy Eyes, 2011 White Collar (TV Series), 2011 CSI: Miami (TV Series), 2011 Rules of Engagement (TV Series)

Take responsibility and make a relationship the best it can be. We're all afraid of being hurt. Get rid of that fear. Be in the moment and enjoy the relationship - or you'll ruin it.

Italy was a surprise in my life. I went there just to make money and then go back to Israel and study psychology. The arts wasn't something I grew up with or thought I could be part of.

I liked to explore different arts. But when I started acting, I knew this was the medium I want to be in for the rest of my life. Stories onscreen affect me the most.

I like a guy who's sarcastic, serious, sensitive - even just silent. But you have to do it at the right times. That's sexy. To me, it reflects intelligence.

A relationship takes time, and you really have to work hard at it. I'm devoted to my profession, but when I find the right guy, I'll work just as long and hard for him.

You can forgive if the shot is not right, or the lighting is a bit off, but not if the writing is bad.

My dream was to study psychology in Israel. It's a long journey - it's seven years of study.

If a guy treats me respectfully and the waiter demeaningly, I'm turned off.

I had a very exciting life in Italy, and I was doing lots of variety shows.

I always liked creativity, whether it was to draw or sew - any creative assignment I was getting from school, or just on my own.

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