NYC-based actor and filmmaker, Galia wrote, directed and starred in the dramedy feature Don’t Let the Night End (Sundance Screenwriters’ Labs semifinalist) - now on Amazon Prime. Galia appeared on screen at the Tribeca Film Festival, and she was recently cast to play a lead role in a feature film to be shot in the fall of 2019.

Galia has always been drawn to the performing arts. She started playing classical piano at the age of five, when living in Berlin, Germany. Several years later, she moved back to Israel, her home country. Her interest in the performing arts expanded and she performed nationally with local theatre, dance and gymnastics groups, representing her hometown in community events and competitions.

After being discharged from the military (mandatory), she moved to Paris to study Film & The Performing Arts at the Paris-Diderot University (Paris VII), where she earned her Bachelor’s degree. Galia then received a scholarship to participate in the Franco-American student exchange program MICEFA (Mission Interuniversitaire de Coordination Échanges Franco-Américains), which brought her to New York City.

In New York, Galia focused her studies on Acting and Filmmaking, and graduated with distinction. She later enrolled into a full acting conservatory program at HB Studio in NYC. She has studied with Austin Pendleton, Laura Esterman, Bob Krakower, Helen Gallagher, Rochelle Oliver, Carol Rosenfeld, Victor Slezak, Amanda Quaid and others.

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