BIO

RONI MERON is a talented actress, singer/songwriter, musician, host, and model of Greek, Israeli, Russian, and Spanish heritage, born in Tel Aviv, but raised in the United States.   She has been told she is a combination vocally of Christina Aquilera and Lea Michele but physically an exotic looking young cross between Cindy Crawford and Eva Mendes without their height!

 

As an actress, Roni has worked in both film and television with the likes of Adam Sandler (DON'T MESS WITH THE ZOHAN),  Jim Carrey/Bradley Cooper (YES MAN), Oliver Stone/Salma Hayak (SAVAGES), Dennis Haysbert/Romany Malco (THINK LIKE A MAN TOO), Neil Patrick Harris (HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER), and Barbra Streisand/Kenny Ortega (TIMELESS - LIVE IN CONCERT).   Roni credits also include television commercials and print.

 

As a singer/songwriter/musician, Roni has exceptional strong vocal power.   She writes her own music and has collaborated with music producers such as Jeff Trott (SHERYL CROW), The Wizardz (WORLDS END/NETTWERK MANAGEMENT), Michael Lord (MTV), Rosewood (LEEANN RIMES), amongst others.  Her music has been performed on television.  She plays the guitar and can sing any genre - pop, rock, opera, musical theater.

 

Roni has worked as both a model and host at various promotions, trade shows, and conventions, in addition to performing at numerous live venues such as Disneyland, Universal Studios, LA Convention Center, Billboardlive/Motorola Tour,   and The National Anthem, A CAPPELLA at various LA sports stadiums, including the Staples Center several times. 

 

During Roni's adolescence years she was offered several group deals, No Secrets, Dream, and S'coolgirlz, but opted instead to have a normal childhood and attended the Los Angeles, County HIgh School for the Arts.

 

Roni's first experience in showbiz was playing the part of the Young Barbra Streisand understudy for Barbra Streisand's Timeless concerts in 2000 which were directed by Kenny Ortega (High School Musical, Michael Jackson) and musical director, the late Marvin Hamlisch.