Ori Urian Playwright, screenwriter and actor

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Graduate of the Nissan Nativ Acting Studio in Tel Aviv (2009), The Playwriting School (2011) and of the Thelma Yellin High School of Arts. In the military served at the IDF Theater.

Amongst his playwrighting credits: Behind the Door (Habima National Theater), Life is A Cabaret (Cameri Theater), The Three Musketeers (musical), Beauty and the Beast (musical), Motek Shel Festival (musical); An Israeli Show (The Orna Porat Theater for Children), In Front of Everyone, The Next Text, Picking Up the Pieces, Romeo’s Heart (Teatron HaShaa), I’m Not a Thief, Doctor Dolittle, The Little Mermaid, Hanan HaGanan (Mediatheque Theater), Connected (Mofa Theater), Max in the Land of the Fairytales, The Prince and the Pauper (Hasifria Theater), Pocahontas, One Thousand and One Nights, The Emperor’s New Clothes, The Little Prince, The Snow Queen (Beit Zvi School of The Performing Arts), Gush Lecha, Secret from the Past (Tzavta), When the Star Fell into a Puddle (Beer Sheva Children’s Theater), Cinderella, The Princess and the Dwarf (The Goodman Acting School) and more.

Amongst his screenwriting credits: The Tree House Kids, Shakshuka, Rescuing the Wild Animals (Kan), Kadabra (Nickelodeon & Yes Broadcast), Hop Olympics (Hop Channel), Hilly (HOT/ Yes Broadcast), Yesh Li Hag (HOT VOD Young), Hayarkon 67 (Keshet Broadcast), and more.


Actor in Many Israeli Plays, Commercials, Movies and TV Shows. His acting credits include appearances in Beit Lessin Theater, Gesher Theater, Haifa Theater, The Orna Porat Children’s Theater, HaShaa Theater, The Kibbutz Theatre, Mofa Theater, Tzavta Theater, Hop Channel, HOT, Yes, Children’s Channel and more. Complete list available upon request.


A member of the Fringe Committee of the Israeli Ministry of Culture, and a lector of plays at Habima National Theater and Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv.


Winner of Best Supporting Actor Award (2017) and Best Leading Actor Award (2021) in the Children’s Stage Awards, 2017; Best Teen TV Series and Best Script in the Israeli Academy Awards for The Tree House Kids, 2020-2021.

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