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|Date Of Birth||April 9, 1981|
|Fact||She is of Moroccan Jewish descent.|
- 1 Who is Moran Atias?
- 2 How rich is she? Moran Atias Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Education, Nationality, Ethnicity
- 4 Career Beginnings and Modeling
- 5 Rise to Fame as an Actress
- 6 The late 2000s: “Crash”, “Oggi Sposi”, “The Next Three Days”
- 7 The early 2010s: Continued Success and “Third Person”
- 8 Recent Years and Projects
- 9 Personal Life – Is she single or not?
- 10 How old is she? Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 11 Social Media Presence
- 12 General Info
- 13 Accomplishments
- 14 Social profile links
- 15 Facts
- 16 Pictures
- 17 Movies
- 18 Awards
Who is Moran Atias?
Moran Atias was born on 9 April 1981 under the birth sign of Aries, in Haifa, Israel of Moroccan Jewish ancestry. She is now an Israeli-American model and actress, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Inez in the Starz drama series “Crash”, playing Monika in the film “Third Person”, and featuring as Leila Al-Fayeed in the FX series “Tyrant”.
Would you like to know more about Moran Atias’ professional career and personal life? How rich is she, as of now? How old is she? If you are interested, stay tuned and find out all the details about her.
How rich is she? Moran Atias Net Worth
Her professional career started in 1996, and she has been an active member in the entertainment industry ever since. So, if you ever wondered how rich Moran Atias is, it has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of her net worth is over $4 million, accumulated through her successful career. If she continues to expand her career further, there is no doubt that her net worth will increase in the coming years.
Early Life, Education, Nationality, Ethnicity
Concerning her early life, Moran Atias spent her childhood in her hometown of Haifa in Israel, where she was raised alongside her younger sister Shani Atias by her parents, whose names and professions have not been revealed to the public yet.
Other information is not available to the media, except that her grandfather was a rabbi. Moran initially wanted to join the Israeli Defense Force, but she had to drop that idea she was diagnosed with meningitis at the age of 17.
Career Beginnings and Modeling
Speaking about her career, Moran Atias made her debut appearance at the age of 15, when she starred in the Israeli youth television series entitled “Out Of Focus”. Afterwards, she moved to Germany to pursue career in the world of modeling, then moved to Italy, where she got an opportunity to work as a model for Roberto Cavalli.
During her time there, she also worked for other famous brands, including D&G and BBG jewelers, all of which which marked the establishment of her net worth.
Rise to Fame as an Actress
Thereafter, Moran even hosted an Italian talk show, and then started pursuing a career as an actress. So, her debut film role came in 2005, when she played Monica in Luciano Melchionna’s drama “Gas”, which was followed by her portrayal of Sigal in the 2005 musical drama “Days Of Love”, for which she earned a nomination for Best Actress at Festival Sguardo al Femminile, potentially adding a considerable amount to her net worth.
During the next year, she landed the role of Aisha in the comedy “The Roses Of The Desert”, and was then cast as Mater Lachrymarum in Dario Argento’s drama horror thriller film “Mother Of Tears” (2007), the third film of the trilogy “The Three Mothers”, followed by her portrayal of Isabella in the comedy drama “Rachamim”, in the same year.
The late 2000s: “Crash”, “Oggi Sposi”, “The Next Three Days”
Moran’s next major role came in 2008, when she won the lead role of Inez in the drama series “Crash”, aired on the Starz Network for one season, starring opposite Dennis Hopper.
When the filming of the series ended, she became quite busy as she guest-starred as Elisabetta in two episodes of the ABC sitcom “Good & Evil”, played Pakuni Woman in the adventure comedy film “Land Of The Lost” next to Will Ferrell and Danny McBride, and was cast as Alopa in the Italian romantic comedy “Just Married” (originally “Oggi Sposi”), directed by Luca Lucini, all in 2009. By the end of the decade, Moran also featured as Ronit in the crime drama “Honor” and starred as Erit in Paul Haggis’ crime drama “The Next Three Days”, along with Russell Crowe, both in 2010, increasing her fortune by a large margin.
The early 2010s: Continued Success and “Third Person”
With the beginning of the next decade, Moran made several guest-starring appearances in such television series as “CSI: Miami”, “White Collar”, and “Rules Of Engagement”. Thereafter she focused on the big screen, and continued to line up success by featuring as Ex in Adam Sherman’s independent film “Crazy Eyes” (2012), which was followed by another significant role in the 2013 romantic drama film “Third Person”, directed by Paul Haggis, in which she played Monika and also served as the co-producer. Moreover, between 2014 and 2016, she was cast as Leila Al-Fayeed in the FX series “Tyrant”, created by Israeli director and writer Gideon Raff.
Recent Years and Projects
To speak further of her professional acting career, Moran was chosen to portray Sidra in the spin-off of the action drama series “24”, entitled “24: Legacy”, aired on the Fox Network in 2017, after which she landed the roles of Renata Morali in the medical drama series “The Resident”, and Contessa in the action crime-drama film “Speed Kills”, starring next to John Travolta, Jennifer Esposito, and Katheryn Winnick, both in 2018. Most recently, Moran joined the cast of the NBC drama series “The Village” (2019), and appeared in the title role in Juan Pablo Reinoso’s made-for-television family film “Rahab And The Ribbon Of Redemption”, the same year. So, her net worth is certainly still rising.
Personal Life – Is she single or not?
If to talk about her personal life, Moran Atias is still unmarried, however, she has a rich dating history. Moran was briefly romantically involved with Adrian Mutu, a Romanian professional soccer player, in 2003. After their break-up, she dated Italian businessman Flavio Briatore in the following year, but she denied it. In August of 2016, she shared the photo featuring her and Oliver Rousteing, a French fashion designer, whom she called her ‘Summer Love’, but the couple has not confirmed whether they are together or not.
How old is she? Appearance and Vital Statistics
Speaking about Moran Atias’ age, born in 1981 makes her 38 years old. Regarding her appearance and physical attributes, she is apparently a beautiful woman with long dark brown hair and dark brown colored eyes.
— Moran Atias (@MoranAtias) April 17, 2019
Her body shape can be described as slim, as she stands at a height of 5ft 9ins (1.75m), while her weight is approximately 143lbs (65kgs), and her vital statistics are 37-26-37. Her dress size is 8US, shoe size is 9 (US), while her bra size is 34C.
Social Media Presence
In addition to her involvement in the entertainment industry, Moran Atias is also active as a member across many of the most popular social media sites, which she uses not only to promote her upcoming projects but also to post photos from her private life and share various other content with her fans. So, she runs her official Instagram account, on which she has more than 280,000 followers, as well as her official Twitter account, but having there only 9,600 fans. Besides that, she also has her own Facebook page with almost 66,000 ‘likes’, on which you can also follow her.
|Full Name||Moran Atias|
|Date Of Birth||April 9, 1981|
|Profession||Television producer, Television presenter, Actor, Fashion Model|
|Movies||A Stand Up Guy, The Third Person, Crazy Eyes, The Next Three Days, Just Married, Land of the Lost, The Mother of Tears, The Roses of the Desert|
|TV Shows||Tyrant, Crash, Deal or No Deal|
|1||She is of Moroccan Jewish descent.|
|2||She originally had a part in Friday the 13th (2009), but she chose to leave and was replaced mid-way through shooting.|
|3||Speaks three languages: Hebrew, English and Italian.|
|4||Israeli model turned actress.|
|24: Legacy||2017||TV Series||Sidra|
|Tyrant||2014-2016||TV Series||Leila Al-Fayeed|
|A Stand Up Guy||2016||Maria|
|Allenby St.||2012||TV Series||Mika|
|White Collar||2011||TV Series||Christie|
|CSI: Miami||2011||TV Series||Olivia Hunter|
|Rules of Engagement||2011||TV Series||Sophia|
|The Next Three Days||2010||Erit|
|CSI: NY||2010||TV Series||Marina Garito|
|Land of the Lost||2009||Pakuni Woman|
|Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 - Uprising||2009||Video Game||Commander Vera Belova|
|Il bene e il male||2009||TV Series||Elisabetta|
|You Don't Mess with the Zohan||2008||Eti (uncredited)|
|Mother of Tears||2007||Mater Lachrymarum|
|Le rose del deserto||2006||Aisha|
|Yamim Shel Ahava||2005||Sigal|
|Machar Shabat||2017||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Hollywood Today Live||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|The Talk||2015||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Tochnit Kitzis||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|The 2010 World Music Awards||2010||TV Special||Herself|
|Matzav Ha'Uma||2010||TV Series||Herself|
|Quelli che... il calcio||2006-2009||TV Series||Herself|
|Mo'adon Layla||2007||TV Series||Herself|
|TRL Italy||2006-2007||TV Series||Herself|
|Kdam Erovizion||2005||TV Movie||Herself (Host)|
|2014||Capri Mediterranean Award||Capri, Hollywood||Third Person (2013)|
|2014||LA Femme Filmmaker Award||LA Femme International Film Festival||Humanitarian Award|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia