Michael Charny is an Israeli actor, living in Paris for the past three years. In Israel he plays at the Habima National Theater, at the Jaffa Theater, at the one man show festival Théâtronetto and in the Akko festival, the biggest theatre festival in the country. After graduating from the Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in Tel Aviv Seminar Hakibbutzim, he was accepted to the prestiges National Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris (Cnservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique) in the class of Xavier Gallais. He then performed in a play directed by Patrick Pineau and written by David Lescot, Kollektiv, at MC2 Grenoble. In 2018, he performs in a play directed by Lison Lambert, Passer le Styx and in the play Après la violence by Jean-Pierre Barou directed by Florian Azouley. He is Currently performing a one man show for children called Fred’s Teddy bear a co creation with the actrice and director Tal Reuveny. Last year he toured in Hong Kong and China with the play Madman, directed by Ata Wang. He is Currently working on several projects such as Space Dogs and Violence. In Cinema, he worked in several short films as The Director by Shira Porat and Dibbuk by Dayan Oualid that will debut at the supernatural film festival in France. He speaks fluently and plays in various languages such as Hebrew, Arabic, French and English. He is also a writer and translator and is a part of the Hebrew committee of Maison Antoine Vitez in Paris. As a writer he adapted the book Shmoulikopod for stage in 2016 and has co written The monster on the mountain in 2017. These are two bilingual Arabic-Hebrew plays that are still performed in Israel. He has also made the theatrical adaptation of Aharon Appelfeld's book, Catherina.