Nationality: Israeli Ethnicity: White Occupation: Actress
Education: Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute Religion: Jewish Gay:
Height: 5' 3" (1.60 m) Eye Color: Dark brown Hair Color: Black Measurements: Bra Size:
Best Known: Inbar Lavi is an Israeli-American actress, best known for portraying Raviva on the MTV series Underemployed. Lavi was born and raised in Ramat Gan to Israeli parents. Her mother is of Moroccan-Jewish descent, while her father is of Polish-Jewish descent. As a child, she suffered from asthma, and had to use a nebulizer for 45 minutes at a time. During that time, she watched movies, and "fell in love with cinema". One of her early inspirations was the performance of Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman in Léon: The Professional. Another of her role models was Israeli actress Ayelet Zurer.