Sharon Ben-Tovim is an Israeli-based actress and writer.

Sharon began her acting career in New York City, after graduating from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, NY. She appeared in several Off-Off-Broadway plays and productions, short films and graduate films. In 2011, Sharon moved to Los Angeles where she continued her career participating in indie Short films and plays in addition to writing and producing her own work and studying at the comedy improv training center Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB).

In 2015, Sharon moved back to Israel. Since then she appeared in national commercials, industrial commercials, short films, and as a guest star in several popular TV shows, such as She Has It (2018) and MADA South (2019).

In addition to her acting career, Sharon continues to write and produce sketches and short films, one of which is Coffee? (2019) which participated and won in several film festivals around the world. Currently, Sharon is in post-production of her next short film Therapy Express which deals with the power of trauma.

As a child and a teenager, Sharon was always busy either acting, dancing or writing. Due to her great passion for the performing arts today she also works as a video editor, director, drummer and performs with her spoken-word poetry.  

Sharon speaks English as a native speaker and due to her studies of the IPA, she can learn any dialect upon request.

Acting & Literary representation: Meir Kotler & Moli Sas Agency