Coral is an Israeli actress living in NYC. At a very early age she developed a passion for acting, and was determined to create the life of a story teller. She began her acting career, bouncing onto every stage she could find. This included the Zamir Theatre in Tel Aviv where she played Lucinda in the musical Into The Woods, and the set of Comedy Central's sitcom Shutafim for a guest performance.
Coral started her journey in New York City in 2017, coming from Israel to New York having been excepted to The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. As part of her training in the Academy, Coral portrayed a verity of characters, from the true-hearted May in Fool For Love written by Sam Shepard, to the femme- fatale Joanna in Noel Coward's farce Present Laughter.
Upon getting her Associate degree in 2020, Coral was invited by the American Academy of Dramatic Arts to work on the play Radium Girls as a guest artist, in the lead role of Kathrine Schaub, written by D.W. Gregory and directed by George C. Heslin. Recently, she was cast in the leading role of Stacia in the upcoming TV pilot Trippin Stacia, directed by Eitan Kunitz.
When Coral is not acting, she enjoys singing along to her favorite musicals, and trying different kinds of chocolate from around the world. She also ponders on why actor's bios should be written in 3rd person.