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Moran Atias Bio

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Moran Atias מורן אטיאס

Born: Haifa, Israel

Birthday: April 9, 1981

Horoscope Sign: Aries

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Smartasses Magazine Top 100 - Female EmpowermentMoran Atias Bio – Smartasses Magazine Moran Atias מורן אטיאס (born April 9, 1981) is an Israeli actress, model, producer and Miss Israel 1998. Atias was born in Haifa, Israel, to parents of Moroccan Jewish descent. After her plan to serve in the Israeli Defense Forces was deterred by a diagnosis of meningitis at age seventeen, Atias went to Germany to launch her modeling career.

Atias first appeared on television when she was fifteen, starring in the Israeli youth show Out of Focus. Later, she hosted an Italian talk show. After being nominated for Best Actress at Festival Sguardo al Femminile for her role in 2005’s Days of Love, Atias was cast in the Italian feature Gas, in which she played a provocative drug addict tasked with seducing a gay drug addict. She later appeared in the Luca Lucini directed romantic comedy Oggi Sposi, as well as Mother of Tears, the third and the final installment of Dario Argento’s supernatural horror trilogy. In 2008, she appeared opposite Donna Feldman in the 2008 Adam Sandler film, You Don’t Mess With the Zohan. That same year, Atias was cast in the role of the illegal immigrant Inez in the drama series Crash, based on the Paul Haggis Oscar winning film. After one season, she became the female lead opposite Dennis Hopper. In 2011, Atias worked with Cynthia Mort on the television project Radical, playing the role of Ana, which Mort had written specifically for her. In 2012, she was cast in the critically acclaimed Israeli television series Allenby, where she played Mika, an ex-orthodox Jewish girl who avoids her childhood secret while living a complex nightlife. Atias also served as a producer on the show, and worked to adapt it into a United States series. After working with Paul Haggis in 2008-2009, Atias was cast as Erit in his 2010 film The Next Three Days. In 2013, Atias pitched and helped develop the next Paul Haggis project, Third Person, where she played the role of Monika, a Romanian gypsy, and also served as a co-producer and a co-consultant for the script. To prepare for the role, Atias lived in Italy for four months and immersed herself in the gypsy lifestyle, living without the basics of running water or electricity, and studied with Michael Margota at the Italian Actor’s Studio to perfect the Italian and Romanian accents. The film premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. Among Atias’ other more notable works, she has made guest appearances on CSI: New York, CSI: Miami, Rules of Engagement and White Collar, and also hosted the Israeli version of Deal or No Deal. In 2014, she was cast in the new FX series Tyrant, by the creators of the successful television series Homeland, and fellow Israeli, Gideon Raff.

Atias has modeled for Roberto Cavalli, D&G, and BBG jewelers. She was awarded Miss Globe International in 1996 as well as Germany’s Top Model of the World in 1997. In Italy, she was spokeswoman for the City of Milan in their 2005-2006 campaigns against graffiti and animal cruelty in the city.

Atias participated in the Artists for Justice and Peace volunteer mission with Sean Penn following the 2010 Haiti earthquake, in which she assisted the evacuation of refugees to Florida. During her second trip to Haiti, she took part in a workshop at Cine Institute in Jacmel. In November 2010, Atias hosted and organized a charity event for APJ in New York, with proceeds going to the first free high school for the children of the slums of Haiti. She is a goodwill ambassador for IsraAid.

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Why we think she’s hot:

Meet, Moran Atias, who at one time we would have described as one of the 100 most awesome women alive that you’d probably never heard of- unless you lived in Israel or Italy. But this isn’t 2008 anymore, and Miss Atias has gone on to make quite a name for herself worldwide. Still, that doesn’t change the fact that we’re frankly embarrassed we didn’t catch wind of her sooner than 2012. With her extensive philanthropic work, her well rounded ability to model, sing & act, and that luxuriantly lovely face, Moran is nothing short of exquisite.

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