About Emilly Ben Ami

Emilly Ben Ami is an Israeli actress, writer and singer. She is a graduate of The School of Performing Arts, founded by Sofi Moskowitz in Tel Aviv, class of 2009.

Emilly starred in plays such as “Death and the Maiden” by Ariel Dorfman and “The Birthday Party” by Harold Pinter.
She performed in the reproduction of “Black Laundry” – an original comedy where she also contributed as co-writer.

In addition, Emilly starred in the plays “The Necklace” and “Zaza’s Friends” (award winning). Both shows were chosen to compete in the “International Haifa Festival for Children’s Theater”. She was chosen to perform twice in “Hasifa” at Tzavta Theater, an event meant to expose young and new actors to the industry. The second time, Emilly and her pertner Assaf Ben Lulu performed a scene that she wrote.

In 2013, the play “Brothers” where she performed as the lead female won first place in the annual play reading Feastival at Tzavta Theater. Emilly starred in the short independent film “A kid’s game” which went on to participate in film festivals around the world. She has contributed as a back-up vocalist for “Shorty” and “Junkie Spaceship”. In 2011 Emilly started writing for standup comedians such as Noga D’angeli and Eyal Eltawil.

Emilly Ben Ami

Film, Music, Theater
Guitar, Voice, Actor, Playwright

Tel Aviv, Israel