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Inbal Amirav

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Inbal Amirav (Hebrew: ענבל; pronounced: In-bal, AKA: Annabelle Amirav) is an Israeli-American actress and model of mixed Eastern European and Middle Eastern roots. Her performance in ‘It Rarely Stops’, a video to raise awareness for domestic violence garnered her a 2018 Webby Award, the Internet’s highest honor for excellence[1], commonly known as the “Oscars of the Internet” [2][3][4], for Best Individual Performance. [5]

Acting Career[edit]

Inbal’s acting credits include CSI: Las Vegas opposite Laurence Fishburne, Love That Girl! opposite Jaleel White and Tatyana Ali and The Social Network.[6] Her performance in ‘It Rarely Stops’ has been met with critical acclaim; she won a Webby Award for Best Individual Performance, and the video won a CLIO Award, shortlisted at the Cannes Lions and was nominated for a Webby Award for Public Service & Activism.[7] Currently, Inbal can be seen in two episodes of the fourth season of the Golden Globe-winning series, Transparent.

External links[edit]


  1. HEFFERNAN, VIRGINIA (2008-04-20). "Broadcast Spoofs". New York Times. Retrieved 5 May 2015.
  2. Richtel, Matt. NEWS WATCH; Forget the Oscars, Here Come the Webbys. New York Times. 7 January 1999.
  3. Kaplan, Karen Awards Count On Firm for Accuracy. Los Angeles Times. 14 December 1998.
  4. A brief history of The Guardian. 30 April 2010.
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  7. {{Hawaii News Now|url=]

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