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Mili Avital is a renowned American-Israeli actress. She has appeared in various Israeli and American films, television programs, and plays. She has appeared in Hollywood films such as ‘Stargate,’ ‘Dead Man,’ ‘Kissing a Fool,’ ‘Polish Wedding,’ and ‘The Human Stain.’ She has also starred in a number of American television series, including ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,’ ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent,’ ‘Arabian Nights,’ ‘Damages,’ and ‘666 Park Avenue.’ Regarding Avital’s Israeli acting career, she has appeared in popular films such as “Me’ever Layam” and “Noodle.” The lovely actress has also participated in the Israeli television programs “Chatufim” and “Landing on Their Feet.” In addition, she has performed in various plays. Regarding Avital’s accolades and honors, her film ‘Stargate’ got a ‘Sci-fi Universe’ award. Her work in the film Me’ever Layam earned her the Israeli Film Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Avital received the ‘Israel’s Critics’ Circle Award’ for ‘Noodle’s’ Best Actress.

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Mili Avital’s Career

Mili Avital made her acting debut in the Israeli film Me’ever Layam in 1992. She later acted in the American films “Stargate,” “Dead Man,” “Invasion of Privacy,” “The End of Violence,” “Polish Wedding,” “Animals with the Tollkeeper,” “Kissing a Fool,” and “The Young Girl and the Monsoon.”

A 1999 episode of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” featured the actress. The next year, she starred in the American miniseries “Arabian Nights.” Then, following another appearance in an episode of ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,’ Avital was cast in the American films ‘The Human Stain’ and ‘When Do We Eat’. Soon thereafter, she portrayed Cordelia in the drama “King Lear” by Patsy Rodenburg.

She was cast as Miri Calderone in the Israeli film “Noodle” in 2007. Two years later, she portrayed Nurit Halevi-Zach in the Israeli television drama series “Prisoners of War.”

In 2010 and 2012, respectively, the Israeli-American star participated in episodes of the American series Damages and 666 Park Avenue. In 2017, she portrayed Dana Berger Fine in the lead role of the comedy series Landing on Their Feet.

Her Personal Facts

Mili Avital was born in Jerusalem, Israel on 30 March 1972 to Noni and Iko Avital. She attended Thelma Yellin High School for the Arts before enrolling in Circle in the Square Theatre School in New York City.

In terms of the actress’s romantic relationships, she formerly dated David Schwimmer. After their 2001 divorce, Avital began dating screenwriter Charles Randolph, whom she eventually wed in 2004. The couple’s children are Benjamin and Fanny.

Estimated Net Worth

Mili Avital is one of the wealthiest and most popular actresses in the film industry. According to our research, Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Mili Avital has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.


From 2009 until 2013, Avital sat on the University of Haifa’s Board of Governors.