|Date of Birth||19 February 1975, Pardes Katz, Israel|
|Height||5' 7¾" (1.72 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Nataly Attiya was born in Tel Aviv in 1975. She studied classical and modern ballet for ten years at Israel's Bat-Dor school of ballet and majored in theatre at Thelma Yellin School of arts.
She is one of Israel's best-known faces having been spotted by a modeling agent as a school girl. Signed up by a top agency she started working as a model during her school vacations under her fashion-designer mother's cautious eye. By the age of 15 she was a top model on the catwalks of Paris, Vienna, Milan, Zurich and beyond.
An international face in the fashion world for five years, she moved to New York but found she missed acting and returned home to Israel where she quickly became a major star. Her television appearances include series like Egoz and Zinzana and she made several films including Yom Yom, directed by the award-winning Amos Gitai (Free Zone and Promised Land
Attiya took a break of seven years from acting to bring up her sons, changing direction to work in advertising and finance. Once again she missed working as an actor and returned to acting, starring in The Days of Love (Zipi), Kavod (Gabi), Three Mothers, performing in both Arabic and French, under the direction of Dina Riclis.
Recently Nataly took a part as a main actress in a British- Israeli co production film, Odem , which has nominated for the best film, in Berlin Film festival 2011. For that role she has won best actress at the Jerusalem film festival 2011 .
During 2012 Nataly is taking a part, as a main actress, in two more Israelis production films, both of them are in a process of filming and editing.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Nataly Attiya
|Arnon Garnot||(? - ?) (1 child)|