Inbal Amirav Signs with Shushu Entertainment


Inbal Amirav has signed with talent management and production company Shushu Entertainment, for representation.

The Israeli-American award-winning actress’s credits include C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation opposite Laurence Fishburne and Love That Girl! opposite Jaleel White and Tatyana Ali. Her performance in ‘It Rarely Stops’ garnered her a Webby® Award for Best Individual Performance; the Internet’s highest honor for excellence, commonly known as the “Oscars of the Internet”. She attended the ceremony together with 2018 fellow winning actors Adam Sandler, Laura Linney, and David Harbour. Later in 2018, she won Silver at the SHORTY® Social Good Awards in the Influencer & Celebrity category, together with Emila Clarke who won Gold and Ellen Degeneres.

Most recently Amirav appeared in S.W.A.T. with Shemar Moore, in the role of Dania Ganz, a member of a highly organized group of female thieves executing diamond heists across downtown Los Angeles. The show aired to strong ratings, C.B.S. won the 10 p.m. hour with S.W.A.T. (5.24million) and Amirav’s IMDB Startmeter spiked.

Currently, Amirav can be seen in several episodes of the multi-Golden Globes® winning show, Transparent, as well as two episodes of truTV’s You Can Do Better. She is also starring opposite Patrick Warburton in a campaign for Rizk airing all over Europe.

Next, Amirav will appear in a pivotal Special Bonus Scene of Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists’ finale, opposite Hayley Erin. Marlene King, the executive producer and showrunner of the Freeform teen drama, confirmed to T.V. Guide that “there’s a bonus scene that Freeform gave us will let you know exactly where Taylor is” and according to T.V. Guide it is “going to be an important part of the finale and The Perfectionists moving forward”.

In his interview with The Hollywood Reporter, founder Guy Kochlani said: “I am beyond excited for what the future holds, and my passion for working with both domestic and international talent is at the heart of Shushu’s identity.”