San Francisco based actress Adina Abrahami quickly became immersed in the Bay Area film community very shortly after having received her Bachelor of Arts from UCLA. Instilled with an undying love of film and an enthusiasm for the craft, her desire to pursue acting as a profession was realized in 2008, when she was cast in the lead role of Naomi in Playing with Fire, a short independent film directed by Bay Area filmmaker Keren Hantman. She soon thereafter found herself fully enthralled by the acting world, engaging in various projects that allowed for individual expression as an actor as well as progress as a student of the craft.
She believes that the physical space occupied by an actor, be it on celluloid or stage, is a powerful tool integral to the purpose of breathing life into a writer’s words and a director’s vision, ultimately constructing and establishing a character that has the potential to be feared and adored, hated and loved, attacked and celebrated by a mass audience.
Currently residing in New York City, a zealous passion for the craft, in conjunction with her attentiveness to the skills necessary to grow as an actor, compels her to pursue what she loves with utmost endurance and unrivaled devotion.