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"...these women's work is smart, hilarious and often brave, and it's going to shape the TV landscape of the future in big ways. These are the women the networks need to watch." - Lydia Magazine


"...I was crying I was laughing so hard." - Podcasterbating


Ronit was born on a sunny day (what else?) in Los Angeles, CA.  Within her first month, Ronit was cast as baby Samantha on Days of Our Lives.  After wowing fans with her impeccable crying on cue, she took a short hiatus from the acting world to spend some blissful years in preschool.  And for the next 16 years performed in many school productions and living room spectaculars to unusually remarkable acclaim.


It turns out that Ronit was too big for the small town of Los Angeles, so at age 17 she packed up, bought a sweater and gloves and left beautiful Southern California for the hustle and bustle of New York City. She enrolled in New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and studied for 4 years at The Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Her teachers praised her for her talent, unique approach to material, work ethic and versatility. During her time at NYU Ronit was not only cast in over 10 shows at Stella Adler, but also in an extremely competitive Tisch Mainstage production.  Ronit sang in NYU’s Jewish Acapella group Ani V’Ata.  She arranged music for the group and sang on their hit CD, Jamba Jews.


After graduating with a BFA in Drama, Ronit lived in New York City where she constantly worked and honed her craft.  She has appeared Off-Broadway at Urban Stages as well as at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, La MaMa Etc, Actors Shakespeare Company, Ars Nova, IRT with The Improbable Stage Company and the Gene Frankel Theatre.  While living in New York, Ronit made frequent trips to the other coast, and performed in over a dozen productions including Peter Pan (Wendy) at The Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara, The Wizard of Oz at The Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza with Cabrillo Music Theatre and in countless Cabaret nights.  She also leads congregational singing with her sister (a Bay area actor), at services for the UCLA Hillel Jewish High Holidays. Her spiritual singing has been appreciated each year by over one thousand people.


Ronit is currently beginning a new chapter in her career and is beginning to work in front of the camera.  She has shot an independent film as well as student films in which she had leading and supporting roles.  Ronit is very proud of creating Seeking the Webseries, the new webseries she created and co-wrote in which she plays the lead. She is a member of the sketch comedy group Skitches and is an active member of the UCB community. Ronit just moved from Harlem to Los Angeles and is looking forward to swapping her love of long walks in Central Park for hikes in Fryman. She intends to continue her other loves of fantasy football, hosting dinner parties, yoga, visiting with her family, skiing and swimming with dolphins. Here's to the next chapter of some bi-coastal love!

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