Mili Avital is an Israeli-American actress. She was born on the 30th of March 1972 in Jerusalem, Israel. A product of Thelma Yellin High School of Arts in Givatayim, she is the daughter of Noni Avital and Iko Avital. She was first seen on screen as an actress in the year 1992, acting as Miri Goldfarb on the film Me’ever Layam.
In the year 1999, she graced the silver screen and was seen in television for the very first time when she portrayed a role on the TV series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in one of its episodes. She soon earned further success when she was seen on the TV series Prisoners of War as Nurit Halvei-Zach from 2009 to 2012.
Mili is a happily married woman. She got married to Charles Randolph in the year 2004. The two of them are blessed with two kids namely Benjamin and Fanny. During the past, she had a relationship with David Schwimmer, an American actor, producer, and director. Their relationship, however, did not last long.
Relationship History (2017 – aged 45)
Mili Avital is currently married to Charles Randolph.
David Shwimmer – (2001)
Charles Randolph – (2004 – current)