Sharon Tal
Sharon Tal and Rotem Keinan in Eran Kolirin's movie "The Exchange" (2011)
Sharon Tal, "The Exchange"

Sharon Tal is an Israeli actress.


Sharon Tal raised in Jerusalem, learned ballet for six years, danced in a troupe, learned to play a flute and was a soloist in a choir. She finished high school in theater and literature class. Afterwards she learned four years classical opera singing with private teachers and was a soloist in the Choir "Yolki Falky".She played in three plays in Mikro Theatre in Jerusalem. Tal played Shifra in "Enemies, A Love Story", based on Isaac Bashevis Singer novel by that name. Afterwards she played Dona Anna and Pierro in the play "Farewell Don Juan". She sang Arias from Mozarts "Don Giovanni" in the show. She went to Italy and learned Commedia dell'arte with Antonio Fava. She returned to Israels and participated in "Vows", based on Thomas Mann's "Fiorenza" and "Joseph and His Brothers", in which she played the role of the biblical Rachel.[1]

Tal is graduate 2009 class in "Nissan Nativ School of Acting". She won America Israel Cultural Foundation Scholarship 2007/8. Tal is among 30 actors chosen from 400 candidates worldwide to participate in a three-year course for the training of theatre pedagogists in Venice, under the guidance of the renowned theater director Anatoly Vasiliev.[2]

She was the lead actress in Eran Kolirin's movie "The Exchange" (2011).Tal played the role of Tami, architect, married to Oded (Rotem Keinan). The couple is having a perfectly normal life, till one day the husband having an internal change, and the couple gradually become estranged to each other. She was nominated for that role to the best actress prizes in Venice Film Festival 2011 and Ophir Award 2012.[3][4][5]


  1. ^ Sharon Tal biography, in Mikro Theatre site
  2. ^ (19 December 2010), From Nissan Nativ to the theater laboratory in Venice, Habama site.
  3. ^ Levine, Micky (15 September 2011), Sharon Tal is nominate for best actress in Venice Film Festive. Nrg Maariv
  4. ^ Zohar, Itamar (14 August 2012), Nominations for Ophir Award. Haaretz.
  5. ^ Shron Tal - Film, Perry Kafri