Adi Spektor moved from Israel to Los Angeles in 1999 to pursue acting. The multilingual Polish born actor studied method acting at the famed Lee Strasberg Theater Institute and is also a graduate of the Meisner Technique program at the acclaimed Joanne Baron Studio in Santa Monica . He also studied with numerous other coaches including Brian Reise and Bill Howey. Adi has appeared in the theatrical productions of “Rocket to The Moon” and “Awake and Sing” at the Marilyn Monroe Theatre. He has also appeared in many independent films (including “Cross” with Academy Nominee Michael Clarke Duncan and “Angel of Death” with Armand Assante) and has been involved in many television projects (“Scandal”, “Rizzoli & Isles”, “Days of Our Lives”).
Adi excels in other art forms as well, playing cello and piano. He is speaks English, Polish, Hebrew and Russian.
Besides acting, Adi is also involved in film production. His project “How to Rob a House”, which he also wrote and directed, received Best Screenplay Award at 2014 Cinephone International Smartphone Short Film Festival in Barcelona, the Gold Award at The 2016 International Independent Film Awards, “Silver Stake Award” at the 2016 Vampire Arts Festival in Transylvania, the Second Place for Best Film at 2015 iPhone Film Festival in Beverly Hills, the Runner Up Prize at 2015 International Mobil Film Festival in San Diego, “Gold Kahuna Award” at 2017 Honolulu Film Awards, is the Early Bird Winner of the 2015 FiLMiC Pro International Video Contest and won 1st place Best Micro Horror-Comedy at 2017 The Indie Gathering International Film Festival in Hudson, OH.
The film was shot entirely on an iPhone and it is Mr. Spektor’s directorial debut
“A Miracle of Hanukkah” which already received the Gold Award at the 2016 International Independent Film Awards and Best LGBTQ Film Award at the 15th Miami Short Film Festival, is his second film as a director and is shot entirely on an iPhone 6 Plus