Noa Tohar Tishby, also known as Noa Tishby, is a famous Israeli actress, writer, producer, and activist. She is one of the most popular actresses who has worked in a number of American television shows and movies, including The Affair, The Island, Nip/Tuck, Big Love, NCIS, and others. Noa Tishby is a talented actress who made her acting debut with the 1995 television series Ramat Aviv Gimmel, where she appeared in the supporting role as Dafna Maor.
Noa Tohar Tishby was born in May 1975. She was born and raised into a Zionist family involved in the establishment of Israel. As a teenager, she earned a drama scholarship from the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and acted in several stage productions and television shows. Noa began acting at an early age, appearing in commercials by age 8.
Talking about her personal life, as of now, she is 47 years old. Tishby has one son and was previously married to Australian television presenter Osher Günsberg from 2008 to 2011.
|Name||Noa Tohar Tishby|
|Nick Name||Noa Tishby|
|Profession||Actress, Model, Author, Producer|
|Date of Birth||May 1975|
|Age||47 Years (2022)|
|Birth Place||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Hometown||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Collage||Tel Aviv Museum of Art|
|Debut||Ramat Aviv Gimmel (1995)|
Noa Tishby Family
|Father Name||Name Not Known|
|Mother Name||Name Not Known|
Noa Tishby Relationship / Marital Status & Many More
|Affairs / Girlfriend||Ross Hinkle|
|Husband / Spouse||Osher Günsberg (2008-2011)|
|Marriage date||In 2008|
Noa Tishby Physical Stats
|Height||In Centimeter – 165 cm|
In Meter – 1.65 m
In feet & inches – 5’5
|Weight||In Kilogram- 54 Kg|
In Pounds – 119lbs
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Noa Tishby Education
|Collage||Tel Aviv National Museum of Arts|
|Educational Qualification||High School Pass|
Noa Tishby Net Worth
Some Unknown facts about Noa Tishby
- Actress who became a household name in Israel playing Dafna Maor on the popular drama series Ramat Aviv Gimmel.
- She later became better known globally with her roles in such films as The Island (2005) and Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009).
- She was named as one of the 50 most influential Jews in the world by The Jerusalem Post in 2012.
- She appeared alongside Bill Paxton on the HBO show Big Love.