|Also known as||Noa Tohar Tishby|
|Date of birth||May 22, 1977|
|Origin||Tel Aviv, Israel|
Noa Tohar Tishby (Hebrew: נועה טוהר תשבי) is an Israeli actress, producer, model and singer, currently lives in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
Tishby received a full drama scholarship to the Tel Aviv National Museum of Arts and went on to play the lead in the Israel's prime television time drama Ramat Aviv. Tishby became a household name in Israel and appeared in numerous TV shows and films, among them the critically acclaimed Five Minutes Walking. Her album Nona was the first English-speaking album released by an Israeli artist and also the first to hit number 1 on the nation’s top-selling album charts. Nona was also released in Japan by Virgin Records. Tishby won praise from critics playing “Anita” in the Israel National Theater production of West Side Story. In 2007, Tishby was presenter on Israel's Got Talent.
In the United States, Tishby appeared in Michael Bay's The Island' with Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson. She also was cast in leading roles in the indie films Fatwa and Connecting Dots – the latter film winning first prize at The NY and LA Independent Film Festival. Tishby's television credits include NCIS, Leverage, CSI:Miami, CSI:NY, Nip/Tuck, The 4400, Las Vegas, and Star Trek: Enterprise.