Lior Ashkenazi, the son of Jewish immigrants from Turkey who moved to Israel in 1964, is a well-known stage, television and film actor. He studied at Beit Zvi, one of Israel’s top drama schools. After graduating in 1994, he performed for several theatre companies, including Beit Lessin. He has been nominated for and won a number of acting awards from the Israeli Film Academy and has appeared in many television programs.

Accolades

Lior Ashkenazi
Best Actor, 2012

Lior Ashkenazi

Best Actor, 2012

Lior Ashkenazi

Footnote (Hearat Shulayim)

High Commendation, Best Performance by an Actor, 2012 Lior Ashkenazi, the son of Jewish immigrants from Turkey who moved to Israel in 1964, is a…

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Films

Foxtrot
2017

Foxtrot

Germany, France, Israel, Switzerland
2017

Foxtrot

Is life the result of meaningless, chaotic chance, or is chance itself a sophisticated, well-calculated plan? Told through three acts, Foxtrot is the story of…

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Footnote
2012

Footnote (Hearat Shulayim)

Israel
2012

Footnote (Hearat Shulayim)

High Commendation – Best Performance by an Actor and High Commendation – Jury Grand Prize, 2012

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