Khalifa Natour is a graduate of the Beit Zvi School of Performing Arts, In 2000, he decided to perform in his mother tongue, Arabic, and moved to Ramallah

where he adapted and played in “Stories Under Occupation”, directed by Nizar Zuabi. The production travelled to The Young Vic in London and other venues. He adapted and played in the Palestinian National Theater’s “Jedareya (Mural)” by the poet Mahmoud Darwish at the Edinburgh Festival, in Geneva and more.

Khalifa won first prize at TheaterNetto 2006 for his one-man show “In Spitting Distance”, directed by Ofira Henig. The production travelled to Paris, London, New York, Zurich and more.

He has participated in two productions by the renowned theatre director Peter Brook at the Bouffes Du Nord Theatre - “Fragments“ by Samuel Beckett and “11 and 12” by Hampâté Bâ.

Filmography: The Band’s Visit, Rana’s Wedding, The Other Son (Le Fils de l’autre), The Fisherman and more.