She was born in London on the 17th of January,1932, the daughter of an old Jerusalem family, the daughter of a rabbi. She grew up in a religious Jew Bloomsbury in the center of London. In her youth she was a member of "Hashomer Hatzair", and at age 16 she came to Israel's kibbutz. She joined the army and was in the first team of 'band of the Northern Command'. Following her release from the army she went back to England and studied acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Read more... appeared in theaters in the United States, Canada and South Africa. In 1962, she came to Israel and played at the Cameri Theater plays "invitation to the palace", "Galileo" and "The Ghosts Inn". In 1967, after the Six-Day War, she moved to Israel permanently. Played at the Cameri Theater, Beit Lessin stage, theater and library. Habima played shows: "home home", "the frivolity and hypocrisy," "The Gypsies of Jaffa", "Only Yesterday", "Chekhov Chekhov," "Letters from Venice" and more.