Tel Aviv, Israel
Sivan Rosenberg is an actress from Israel. When she was almost three years old, her family relocated to Singapore for a few years, where she studied in an international school with children from all over the world and learned to speak fluent English. Living in Singapore in such a young age made a big impact on her, both as a person and as an artist. She says it opened her mind and imagination and made her understand in a very young age how diverse and colorful our world is and how unique is every person. Since she remembers herself she knew she would become an actress and after her military service she started her acting studies at Beit-Zvi Academy of Performing Arts.
Sivan acted in many Israeli productions in the theater including: A Lie of the Mind, Festen, Swan Lake Rock Opera, My Mika, The Comedy of Errors, Some Like it Hot, Look Back in Anger and more.
During her studies, in 2014, she received a scholarship from the AICF – Creative Excellence Grants program. She also received the Haim Gamzo scholarship for Exceptional Students at the end of her first year in Beit-Zvi, the Sano Scholarship at the end of her second year of studies, the Ohela Halevi scholarship for winning a monologue competition and the Stage-Center scholarship for taking first place in a self-taped monologue competition.
In addition, Sivan also plays the piano and clarinet and was part of the Representative Orchestra of Kfar Saba for 6 years.