A Late Quartet
Adi Ezroni is an Israeli actress, model, producer, and television
presenter. She is the executive producer of the Hollywood films
“A Late Quartet” (2012) and “The English
Teacher” (2012). She made her directorial debut with the 2010
documentary “Redlight”. She produced and appeared in
the drama film “Holly,” which debuted at the 2006 Edinburgh
Film Festival before receiving a limited release in the USA in November
2007. Ezroni has also acted in some Israeli television series,
including “Prisoners of War” (2009).
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Childhood and Family:
Adi Ezroni was born on November 16, 1978, in Israel. She holds
bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Political Science from the Tel
Aviv University. For two years, she served in Israeli Defense
Forces (IDF) as a combat medic instructor. Adi also studied acting at
Stella Adler Studio in New York and received a certificate in Media
Management from New York's New School.
After being discharged from the IDF, Adi Ezroni worked with the Israeli
kids channel Arutz HaYeladim and she stayed there until 2005. She made
her television acting debut in an episode of Channel 3's “Kachol
Amok” called “Ma Sheyoter Amok Yoter Kahol: Part I”
(1997), playing Shelli. It was followed by a performance in the teen
comedy TV series “Zbeng” (1998) as Sivan. The late 1990s
also saw her appear in TV commercials for Nescafe, Chocolate Elit,
Spring and Bezek. Ezroni made her feature film acting debut as Renanit
in the comedy/drama flick “Pere,” which was released in
Israel on March 30, 2000. The film was directed and written by Yoram
Gal and starred Omer Barnea, Dor Peles and Debbi Besserglick.
Following her departure from Arutz HaYeladim, Ezroni made her producing
debut with the 2006 drama film “Holly,” which was directed
and co-written by Guy Moshe. There she also appeared as Emma. Her
co-stars in the film included Ron Livingston, Chris Penn and Udo Kier.
The same year, she appeared in the French TV film
“Djihad!”, opposite Adel Bencherif, Marianne Denicourt and
Thierry Frémont. In 2007, Ezroni portrayed Shira in the TV
series “Matay Nitnashek” and served as producer on the TV
series documentary “The K11 Journey.”
In 2009, Ezroni landed the regular role of Yael Ben Horin in
“Prisoners of War” (“Hatufim”), opposite
Yaël Abecassis, Mili Avital and Assi Cohen. The same year, she
made her directorial debut with “Redlight,” a compelling
feature documentary about child sexploitation, an epidemic happening in
every country around the world. She also produced the film.
In 2010, Ezroni appeared in an American short film called “Me
Time,” opposite Elizabeth Blue, Christian Brockey and Jamie
Cummings. Directed and written by Matt Schuman, the film was shown at
the Florida Film Festival in April 2010 and at the Woodstock Film
Festival in October 2010.
In 2011, Ezroni produced and acted in the psychological suspense
drama/thriller film “Session,” helmed by Haim
In 2012, Ezroni served as an executive producer on “A Late
Quartet,” an American drama film starring Philip Seymour Hoffman,
Christopher Walken and Catherine Keener and directed by Yaron
Zilberman. It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on
September 10, 2012 and will receive a limited theatrical release in
America on November 2, 2012.
Ezroni is an executive producer of the upcoming American comedy/drama
movie “The English Teacher” (2012), directed by Craig Zisk.
The film stars Lily Collins, Julianne Moore, Michael Angarano, Greg
Kinnear, Nathan Lane and other actors.