Daniella Rabbani

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Daniella Rabbani
Born Daniella Zeva Rabbani
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006 – present

Daniella Zeva Rabbani (born September 6, 1984) is an Israeli-American actress, singer and voiceover artist.[1] She has appeared in a number of films and television shows, including The Americans, Appropriate Behavior,[2] Floating Sunflowers,[3] Bridge and Tunnel[4] and Laughs.[5]

In addition, Rabbani has worked extensively with the National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene,[6] starring in the Theater's 2008 production of Gimpel Tam,[7] 2010 production of Hershele Ostropolyer[8] and 2012 production of The Golden Land[9] (a 2013 Drama Desk Award nominee). She has also performed with the Vermont Shakespeare Company and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.[10] Her voiceovers have been featured at New York's Ellis Island, Paris' Grand Palais and national commercial campaigns.[11] Daniella attended the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

Critical Acclaim[edit]

  • "I particularly admired Daniella Rabbani's sympathetic, utterly alive performance" - John Heilpern
  • "Daniella Rabbani [is] hysterical" - The Wall Street Journal
  • "Daniella Rabbani is simply hilarious" - NY Theatre
  • "Rabbani's Off-Broadway debut...is indeed an auspicious beginning" - Curtain Up
  • "A particular standout was the sassy and raspy-voiced Daniella Rabbani, whose exuberant “Oy, I Like Him” will leave you twirling in the streets..." - The New York Times

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