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Rinat Matatov (Hebrew: רינת מטטוב; born 6 August 1981) is an Israeli actress. Winner of the Theatre Academy Award. Matatov was born in Kokand, Uzbekistan, to a father who worked as an engineer and a mother who worked as a nurse. In 1990, the Matatov family immigrated to Israel and has been living in the center of the country ever since. Matatov first studied acting as a theatre major at the Herzog Regional High School for Science, Arts and the Humanities. After she graduated, she joined the army as a member of a Nachal (pioneer combatant youth) group, and after her release from the army, she started her professional acting studies at the Performing Arts Studio of Yoram Leowenstein. Right after graduating, Matatov received her first role in the film "Someone to Run With" based on David Grossman’s book.
|Born||6 August 1981|
Kokand, Uzbekistan, Soviet Union
|Occupation||Movie Actress, National Theatre Actress|
|Awards||Theatre Academy Award|
Matatov was announced "Promising Actress" for 2009 in the Israeli theatre awards ceremony for her role in the play "Crazy" at Habima theatre.
Matatov won the 2011 Children and Youth Stage Award as the best supporting actress of the year for her role in the play "Good Girl" at "The Hour" theatre.
Matatov won the 2012 Haifa Festival’s Best Actress Award for her part role in the play "Sorrowful Song" at "The Hour" theatre.
|Habima||Every man dies alone||Eva||Ilan Ronen||2016|
|Habima||To the end of the land||Ebatisam||Hanan Snir||2016|
|Habima||The Miser||Elise||Ilan Ronen||2014|
|Habima||House Mother||Eti||Alon Ofir||2013|
|The Hour||Sorrowful Song||Anna||Gadi Zdaka||2013|
|Habima||The Merchant of Venice||Nerissa||Ilan Ronen||2012|
|The Hour||Good Girl||Tammy||Tom Schwaertzberg||2011|
|Habima||Dancing and Flying||Ella||Alon Ofir||2010|
|Habima||August: Osage County||Jonah||Ilan Ronen||2009|
|Habima||The Dispute||Egle||Sigal Avin||2008|
|Ha’Kibbutz||to myself||Batya||Nir Erez||2007|
|Tmuna||Romeo and Juliet||Juliet||Dafna Rubinstein , tal brener , ido shaked||2007|
|Beit Zionei America||Good Year for the Farmers in the North||Marina||Yaeli Ronen||2005|
|Testimony||The bride||Shlomi Elkabetz||Shlomi Elkabetz||2011|
|The Wanderer||The match||Avishai Sivan||Avishai Sivan||2009|
|The Band's Visit||Yola||Eran Kolirin||Eran Kolirin||2007|
|Someone to Run With||Shelly||Oded Davidoff||Noah Stollman||2006|
|Mother's Day||Ofer||Eitan Tzur||Daniela London Dekel||2014|
|Blue Natalie||Dana||Oded Lotan||Guy Sides, Avner Bernheimer||2010|
|Pillars of Smoke||Maayan||Oded Davidoff||Noah Stollman||2008|
|Screens||Ozi||Eitan Aner||Eldad Ziv||2007|
|The champion||Inbal||Shai Kapon||Sigal Avin, Dror Nobelman||2006|
- 2013 - "Best Actress" award at the Haifa International Children’s Theatre Festival
- 2012 - "Best Supporting Actress" award at the Stage Award for Children and Youth
- 2009 - "Promising Actress" award at the Israel Theatre Award Ceremony
- 2008 - Candidate for the Ophir Award as a supporting actress in the film "The Band’s Visit"
- 2007 – Candidate for the Ophir Award as a supporting actress in the film "Someone to Run With"