About Coral Mizrachi

Coral is a professional actress from Tel Aviv, Israel. At a very early age she developed a passion for acting, and was determined to create the life of a story teller. She began her acting career, bouncing onto every stage she could find. This included the Zamir Theatre in Tel Aviv where she played Lucinda in the musical Into The Woods, and the set of Comedy Central’s sitcom Shutafim.

During her youth Coral studied under Hili Yalon, and Tal Yarimi. In 2017 she started her journey in New York City, having been accepted to The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and graduated with honors from the Episcopal Actors Guild.​

Upon graduating Coral had the privilege to work as an actress in various theatre, film and TV productions around the USA and outside of it. She was cast as the lead in the TV pilot Tripping Stacia, directed by Eitan Kunitz and was invited by the director George Heslin to play the lead in AADA’s upcoming play Radium Girls. Some of her other key credits include Ski-ter Jones (the Commercial King) Netflix pilot Block Boys, Arian Behpour feature film Foreign Form, and Kristie Grosvenor short film Self Conclusion. Recently she was asked to act in Wesley Aldrich’s official video clip of the song Can’t Kill Me Now, where she told her true story of battling cancer.

Coral Mizrachi


Tel Aviv, Israel