Mira Tzur is an Israeli, American actress, theatre and film producer, a French countess from the Theraube lineage, and social philanthropist.
Born and raised in Herzeliya, Israel, Mira began her career as a prodigy ballet and musical theatre performer. She graduated from the prestigious Telma Yalin Arts School with a full scholarship provided by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation (AICF) and became a member of the world-renowned Bat Sheva Dance Company lead by Ohad Naharin.
Mira completed her Israeli Defense Force military service as a counter-intelligence officer. She speaks five languages: English, Hebrew, Arabic, Yiddish, and French. Mira completed her studies at the Lee Strasberg Institute and Atlantic Theater Company in New York City. She appeared in the national Broadway touring company of Cabaret and Cleopatra. With the Royal Family summer repertoire at the Monte Carlo Sporting Theatre, she then principled in their concert season with world renowned artists like Elton John, Liza Minnelli, Harry Connick Jr, Julio Iglesias, and many others throughout Europe & the U.S. Her original choreography includes the famous Gypsy Jezabel performed for King Hussan II at his annual gala in Marrakech.
Mira’s television career began with Comedy Central’s Viva Variety, directed by Mark Gentile. She has had recurring roles on FX’s Rescue Me with Denis Leary, NBC’s 30 Rock with Alec Baldwin, Fox’s Fringe produced by J.J. Abrams, HBO’s How to Make it in America produced by Mark Wahlberg, Oxygen’s Body of Work, and Untying the Knot on Bravo. Her film credits include The Stepford Wives, The Devil Wears Prada, The Pink Panther, The Last Dance, Junk, My Father My Don, and the short comedy Hardly Waiting, winner of the NFNY audience choice award.
Throughout her on-going career, Mira’s face and voice have been associated with countless national television commercials and ad campaigns including Neutrogena, Mary Kay, Ponds , Hilton, Four Season ,Viagra, Advil, Cool Sculpting, Eskata, Electrolux, Samsung, Sony, Sub Zero, Drop Box , Foxwoods, Bank of America, Citibank, US Bank, Macy’s, Lazy Boy, Home Depot, Vitamin Shoppe, Campbell’s, Ray-Ban, Nike, DKNY, Capelli , and others.
With a keen eye for great stories, talent, and the ability to raise financing, Mira founded One Circle Productions (OCP). After years of fostered relationships and her network in the entertainment industry, One Circle expanded a business consulting division.
Mira’s social philanthropy work includes being the Development Director of I-PEARLS, an aid organization for children burn victims, Donor Committee for America Israel Culture Foundation, Chairperson for the Sylvester Cancer Center, and the Ambassador of the Bali Children Project. She has assisted in raising over $25 million dollars for these organizations.
David Hay joins our team with his experience in the entertainment, broadcasting, media, technology, branding and public service field. He has worked in the entertainment industry with Paramount Pictures, Fox Television, General Broadcasting and the William Morris Agency. His technology work includes managing venture capital funded start-up Rave Wireless, a mobile software application company providing safety and notification to school campuses and the public. His other expertise is in FintTch, blockchain, and cryptocurrency. He serves as a guest lecturer at the USF Masters FinTech Program. An advocate of executives working in public service to transform and improve non-profits, David has worked as a finance director and consultant with National Black Programming, Asian Americans for Equality, GrowNYC, and V-Day. David graduated with an MBA from the University of San Francisco with a major in finance and strategic planning
Scott Lazerson is an award winning public relations and global media strategist. He has been engaged in community, government and media relations; corporate communications; celebrity events and communications planning; philanthropy and cause-related marketing.
Scott has successfully placed clients in various media outlets including Forbes, Today Show, Good Morning America, Harper's Bazaar, People Magazine, Fox News, Bloomberg, and myriad others. He has secured speaking opportunities for his clients at the Milken Institute Global Conference, WSJ's D Live, The Wall Street Journal: Future of Everything, United Nation General Assembly SDG Media Zone, and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs Global Food Security
Scott and Ellen Rakieten, the former Executive Producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show, are currently developing three new television shows.
Scott is a special advisor to the Sundance Film Festival in his home state, Utah.
Most recently, Scott was named the Special Economic Advisor to His Excellency President Tommy Remengesau Jr. of Palau.
Active with a number of non-profit organizations, Scott served as the Executive Director of the Larry King Cardiac Foundation,
Adrienne Stern, Casting Director, CSA
One of the most sought after and experienced film Casting Director, Adrienne’s features have premiered at Sundance, Toronto, Cannes, Tribeca, Berlin, South by Southwest, Seattle and other prominent film festivals, winning prestigious awards that have led to distribution deals and launching actor’s careers. Adrienne has casted for film, television, commercials, theatre, and web series.
Current film projects include: 16 Bars and Martin Eden and Why Not Choose Love? A Mary Pickford Manifesto which will be opening night feature for The Hollywood Women’s Film Institute’s Hollywood Women’s Film Festival
Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People (PBS) starring Adam Driver, Liev Schreiber, Rachel Brosnahan, Hugh Dancy, Lauren Ambrose, Sebastian Stan, Tim Blake Nelson and Billy Magnussen.
16 Bars starring Jamie Hector, Vyse, Bre-Z, Stormi Maya
Bad Art starring Tania Raymonde, Sarah Wynter, Mark L. Young, Josh Stamberg, Geza Rohrig, and Vincent Pastore,
About a Teacher starring Dov Tiefenbach and Tibor Feldman,
Magic Hour starring Miriam Shor Austin Pendelton and Josh Stamberg
Aleppo starring Laëtitia Eïdo and Walles Hamonde,
Ex-Disposer starring Jack DiFalco,
Safe Inside starring Tom Ainsley, Andrea Tivadar and Steven Brand,
Porno starring Robbie Tann, Katelyn Pierce, and Jillian Mueller
Silent Night: The Mormon Tabernacle Choir Christmas 2018 Music Video starring Kevin Sorbo. For The Church of Latter-Day Saints.
Lifetime TV movie Amish Witches: The True Story of Holmes County (Lifetime), Dementia 13 (NBC Chiller Films), Village of the Damned (Investigation Discovery) and I Witness (ABC). Other films include Why Not Choose Love: A Mary Pickford Manifesto starring Sophie Kennedy Clark, Luke Arnold, Balthazar Getty and Cary Elwes, The SwerveStarring Azura Skye, Ashley Bell and Bryce Pinkham, Soul Sessions starring Brooke Langton and Adam Senn, Bully starring Danny Trejo, Ron Canada, Vincent Pastore and Tucker Albrizzi, 1 Angry Black Man, Rosie Rose, Public Speaking, and Thump.