Omri Kadim was born in London, England and has since lived in Paris, Tel Aviv, Athens, Vienna and New York. After discovering his love of theatre during high school, Omri was accepted to the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. Through Tisch, he studied at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting for two years before returning to London to study Shakespeare in Performance at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Upon his return to New York, Omri spent a year studying film and television acting technique at the Stonestreet Studio. Omri has since appeared on stage and screen in both the US and London, speaking English, German and Hebrew.
An avid writer, Omri has written two full length plays and multiple one acts. His first play, "TORTURE", was produced in New York in 2012 at the Bridge Theatre at Shetler Studios. His short piece "An Argument" was a finalist during the LOST Theatre's 2013 Under-Five Festival in London. He also co-wrote "Leah's One Step Guide to Forget Emily" which was accepted into the Cannes Short Film Corner 2016.
Omri is also the founder and artistic director of Combative Theatre Co, a young company dedicated to exploring, interpreting and redefining theatre through stage combat. His adaptation of Shakespeare's Coriolanus as the company's inaugural production was met with rave reviews.