Ofir is an absolute artistic experience sparking the senses to a new dimension rarely delighted. 'Ofir" in Hebrew means GOLD and her "Passion Show" performances are a precious avant-garde adventure reminiscent of the extravagant production of Busby Berkeley, the accomplished Hollywood film director and musical choreographer.
Ofir exploded onto the music and dance radar screen in 2004, when she was a "Song of the Year" competition songwriter finalist for her song entry "The Passion Show." Ofir's next triumph was as the song finalist in the dance category in the internationally acclaimed U.K. Songwriting Contests (www.songwritingcontest.co.uk) for her creations "The Passion Show and Outrageous." Ofir again captured the attention of the music industry by receiving the International Songwriting Award from VH-1, the Save the Music Foundation, and the Toronto Exclusive Magazine Awards for "Task of Mind" in Best Dance Song category. In 2010, Ofir's song "Loving You" (lyrics and composition) was runner up in the "Song of the Year" contest. Ofir has released 3 CD's: "The Passion Show", "Poetry of the Brilliant Silence", and "The Passion Show Remix." Last year her career blossomed with performances at the White House, X-Factor, and the release of her fourth CD "Task of Mine/Fire Escape" at a star studded Hollywood event featuring Ozzy Osbourne, Mark McGrath, Paulie Puerette, and Tippy Hedren. She is graced with an exciting 2014 as her songs "Higher" and "Sound of a Jewsh Soul" are being nominated for Grammy's.
Creativity definitely abounds, besides her mastery of music, Ofir has a flair for television and radio appearing on MTV-LA with Mike McCary (Boyz to Men), Angel Show, Jeff Probst Show, Jeffrey Henderson Show, and her music video "Outrageous" was featured on the TV Guide website. Ofir is focused for 2014 with an appearance of the Jimmy Kimmel Show on her professional bucket list.
Ofir is a trained actress, studying at the Actors Studio in New York City and at the esteem William Asper School of Arts. Her acting credits include James Gray's "The Yards" and stint on "Sex and the City" with movie roles on "Marshal Law" with Denzel Washington, "Insatiable", "Tradegy of Mother and Son", "The Lovers", and "Checkmate", to name a few.
Ofir's outward beauty, personality, and fit physical symmetry has brought forth a modeling career featuring her in the New York Model and Talent Showcase, poster Fitness Model for Golden Era Production, and even an ad for Madison Square Gardens (NYC) Productions.
"To be successful today isn't the bar I aspire to, that would be ordinary. My mission is to be listened to, to inspire, to educate and to be enjoyed by generations not yet created."