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She joined the band Samana at age 16. She was a student at the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music before receiving a scholarship to attend the Body Theatre School.
In 2002, she collaborated with Achinoam Nini in a version of the Beatles song "We Can Work It Out." She appeared in an album of live performances of Greek singer George Dalaras. In the summer of 2002 she starred as Eliza Doolittle in the Israeli Opera production of My Fair Lady, directed by Micha Levinson, at the Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center. She also participated in the Israeli children's song festival "Festigal", performing the song Take the Journey. In 2005, Awad collaborated with The Idan Raichel Project on the song Azini (Comfort Me) on Idan Reichel's second album "Mi'ma'amakim."
Awad represented Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, along with Achinoam Nini (Known outside Israel as Noa). The song won a place in the Eurovision final on May 16, and eventually finished in 16th place with 53 points. Awad had previously tried to represent Israel in Eurovision 2005 with the song Zman (Time), but landed 8th place in the national final.
In 2006, she appeared as an IDF soldier in the Cameri production of a musical adaptation of Maya Arad's novel in verse "Another Place, a Foreign City." In 2007, she played Amal, an Arab-Israeli human rights lawyer married to Amjad's Jewish friend, Meir, in the Israeli sitcom "Arab Labor."
In 2008, she played a Palestinian refugee in the stage production of "The Return to Haifa."
During the 2009 national elections in Israel, Awad voiced support for the Israeli Communist party, Hadash.
Prior to her participation in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, Palestinian and Arab intellectuals circulated a petition calling on Awad not to take part in it. The petition failed to deter Awad and Noa, who said, as peace advocates, they were surprised such a petition went around. According to The New York Times, "The antiwar movement, they say, seems to have turned into a Hamas apology force." Awad laughed off the suggestion that she might be used as a fig leaf to cover up the Israeli government's actions. "The government didn't choose to send me to Eurovision. Noa and I agreed because of our eight-year collaboration," she said.
On November 19, 2009, Awad and Noa were awarded the Haviva Reik Peace Prize from Givat Haviva, to honor their commitment to peace and dialogue between Jews and Arabs.
On May 15 Noa and Awad released a collaborative album There Must Be Another Way featuring both duets and solo tracks. Awad's debut solo album Acrobat (بهلوان, Bahlawan) was released in June, featuring songs she wrote and composed, in collaboration with Israeli guitarist Amos Ever-Hadani. In 2010, she was part of a panel that chose the song to represent Israel in Eurovision 2010 to be sung by Harel Skaat.
She also starred in the TV drama Noah's Ark, playing Ruthi. In 2013, Awad performed with Israeli heavy metal band, Orphaned Land, on their fifth album, All is One, replacing their long time female vocalist, Shlomit Levy.
Mira's father Anwar is a physician from Galilee. Mira has siblings named Alan and Sinan.
Currently, Mira Awad is 46 years, 0 months and 8 days old. Mira Awad will celebrate 47th birthday on a Saturday 11th of June 2022. Below we countdown to Mira Awad upcoming birthday.