Rotem Weiner was born and raised in Israel. She always loved acting, writing, and filmmaking. After backpacking for several months, she finally got the courage to pursue her dream of becoming an actor. Rotem recently wrote and produced her own original play “Love Letters To My Children” a European Jewish family story, which was the 2016 StrasbergWorks recipient. Rotem is a graduate of the two-year conservatory program at the “Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute”. Since graduating, Rotem has written and produced 3 short films.
Recent Film credits include: the leading role of Luna in “Unheard Messages”, Shira in “The Brooklyn Experience”, Holga in “Woody Pax: Black & White”, Monique in “ A Husband’s Lethal Intentions”, Emma in “Bench” (An official selection of the VEAFF 2017, Largo Film Awards 2017, FIFF-Filmstrip International Film Festival 2017 and TIFA 2017 including Best message award) and Karen in “Last piece of cake” (A finalist in the All American High School Film Festival 2017). Recent Theatrical credits include: Totila in “A History Of Servitude”, Lulu in “Dating Elvis” as a part of the “Thalia Festival”, Foster in “My Fair Bourgie” at the Players Theater and Orazia in “Tooth-puller” at the PIT NYC.