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      Moran Atias

      Moran Atias

      Highest Rated: 50% The Next Three Days (2010)

      Lowest Rated: Not Available

      Birthday: Apr 9, 1981

      Birthplace: Haifa, Israel

      Israeli actress Moran Atias was a smoldering presence on American television and in features, most notably in a string of collaborations with Oscar winner Paul Haggis that included "Crash" (Starz, 2008-09) and "Third Person" (2013), as well as the FX political drama "Tyrant" (2014-2016). Born to Moroccan and Jewish parents in Haifa, Israel, on April 9, 1981, she initially wanted to be a psychiatrist, but a teenaged bout of meningitis set her on a different path. Unable to serve her mandatory stint with the Israeli Defense Forces, Atias moved to Europe to work as a model. Appearances in campaigns for Robert Cavalli and Dolce & Gabbana led to work as a presenter and co-host on several Italian talk and variety programs. But she found the work unrewarding, and on the advice of designer Domenico Dolce, Atias began to explore acting. She divided her time between largely ornamental roles in Israeli and Italian films, including Menahem Golan's "Days of Love" (2005) and the title role in Dario Argento's supernatural thriller "Mother of Tears" (2007), before heading west to try the American market. Almost immediately, she landed a showy role on the television adaptation of Paul Haggis' "Crash" (Starz, 2008-2009), playing a fiery immigrant opposite series lead Dennis Hopper. Her performance on the program led to roles in two features directed by Haggis: "The Next Three Days" (2010), a remake of the French drama "Pour Elle" ("Anything for Her," 2008), and the portmanteau film "Third Person" (2013), which cast her as a Romani woman who attempts to enlist businessman Adrien Brody in a plan to retrieve her kidnapped son. In 2014, Atias finally landed her breakout English-language role as the scheming first lady of a fictitious Middle Eastern country on "Tyrant." When the series ran its course after three seasons, Atias transitioned briefly to a supporting role on "24: Legacy" before that program was canceled after only a single season; she then joined the cast of the Antoine Fuqua-produced medical drama "The Resident" (Fox, 2018- ), replacing actress Valerie Cruz as the CEO of a major hospital.

      Highest rated movies

      The Next Three Days poster The Next Three Days Mother of Tears poster
      Mother of Tears
      Third Person poster
      Third Person
      Crazy Eyes poster
      Crazy Eyes
      Speed Kills poster Speed Kills




      0% 29% Speed Kills Contessa (Character) - 2018
      No Score Yet 27% A Stand Up Guy Maria (Character) - 2016
      25% 34% Third Person Monika (Character) $1.0M 2013
      25% 21% Crazy Eyes Ex-Wife (Character) $6.1K 2012
      50% 66% The Next Three Days Erit (Character) $21.1M 2010
      No Score Yet 27% Oggi sposi Alopa (Character) - 2009
      47% 27% Mother of Tears Mater Lachrymarum (Character) $54.9K 2007
      No Score Yet 55% The Roses of the Desert Aisha (Character) - 2006
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Days of Love Sigal (Character) - 2005


      23% 58% The Village Ava Behzadi (Character) 2019
      No Score Yet 76% The Resident Renata Morali (Character) 2018
      No Score Yet 86% SEAL Team Laila (Guest Star) 2017
      60% 54% 24: Legacy Sidra (Guest Star) 2017
      60% 78% Tyrant Leila Al-Fayeed (Character) 2014-2016
      No Score Yet 0% The Talk Guest 2015
      No Score Yet 71% CSI: Miami Unknown (Guest Star) 2011
      No Score Yet 79% Rules of Engagement Sophia (Guest Star) 2011
      No Score Yet 82% CSI: New York Marina Garito (Guest Star) 2010
      No Score Yet No Score Yet L.A. Crash Inez (Character) 2009