As soon as she arrives — beautifully made-up in shades of dark and light, her hair chocolate brown, her dress bridal white, asymmetrical at the thigh and firm at the bust — there’s the distinct feeling in the air that this could be the last lunch Israeli actress Moran Atias might enjoy in relative obscurity.
A week later would mark the release of “Third Person,” the film she inspired and co-developed with Oscar-winning filmmaker Paul Haggis, in which she plays a wild Albanian Gypsy, her highest-profile role to date.
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Please Contact Us if you feel any materials are inappropriate."When I started this career, maybe in my 20s, I was the spokesperson for city hall of Milan. Immediately I found myself talking about the situation in Israel -- somehow what peace really means and what is terrorism," she says. She doesn't take anything for granted, especially her career. Look how many people want to come here and live here and work here. ; born April 9, 1981) is an Israeli-American actress.