Hila was born in Bnei Brak, Israel. She attended an all girls school untill the age of 18, when she joined the Israel Defense Forces as a mandatory military trainee and was placed in the Israeli-Egypt border as an observant.
Hila started to act when she was 17 at Beit Zvi, The School of Performing Arts as an after-school course in acting, singing and dancing where she found out for the first time she got the gift of singing.
After her military service, Hila decided to follow her dream and got accepted to IMTC, the first musical theatre company in Israel, and performed shows such as I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change and Living in Harmony, which got selected to be shown as a part of the Theatre Fall Festival at Suzanne Dellal Center in Tel Aviv, Israel in 2009.
Hila moved to New York City in 2011 and attended The American Musical and Dramatic Academy which also performed Drama and Musical showcases at her last semester.
Since graduation Hila joined as a core artist to Sanctuary Playwrights Theatre, performed in her own cabaret show at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre, was invited to perform songs in fundraising concerts for the indie film For20, was cast as Roya in the feature film Appropriate Behavior and as an ER doctor for the feature film The Closer which won Best Feature Film in 9 film festival including Manhattan International Film Festival.
Hila is currently working on a new adaptation for the Shakespeare play King Lear to be performed this summer in NYC and is working on several short films as a part of Women In Film Movement.
Her recent film El Cat got accepted for the official selection of the Women in Comedy Festival and will compete for the best short film in Boston in April 2018.
You can check out more at www.hilanaus.com and at the IMDb page
Hila is fluent in Hebrew and English.