Moti Margolin
Moti Margolin grew up in Brooklyn, went to Stuyvesant High School, and New York University where he majored in history, journalism, and Russian. He began to pursue acting a few years after finishing university. He attended the Actors Studio Drama School and graduated in 2004. Since then he has been working almost without pause on every kind of theatre project imaginable. Recent credits include: Billy Torch Murphy in Lawrence Fishburne's "Riff Raff" with the Subteranean Theatre Ensemble; Old Mahon in John Millington Synge's "Playboy of The Western World" with Aisling Arts; King John of France in Shakespeare's "Edward III" at The American Theatre of Actors; Slim in Sam Shepard's and Patti Smith's "Cowboy Mouth" at the Big Little Theatre directed by Alyssa Silver; a staged reading of Hanoch Levin's "The Child Dreams" performed at Primary Stages and directed by Ronit Muskatblit as a collaboration with Woken Glacier and Voice Theater; Henry Wirz in Saul Levitt's "The Andersonville Trial" with TEST Theater Company, etc. Film credits include "Cotton Candy", directed by Carl Wooley with Namshub Productions, finalist at the Akira Kurosawa Film Festival 2005; Yun Sun Cho's "First Date" which was featured at the Korean Film Festival; and numerous other independent projects.