Inbar Lavi can currently be seen on the final season of Netflix's "Lucifer" as Eve, the first woman made and mother to Cain and Abel. She most recently finished production on a film starring as the title character Vronika opposite Jake Kesy.
Previously, Lavi starred as Maddie Jonson in Bravo's original scripted series "Imposters." Maddie was a beguiling con-artist - as beautiful as she was dangerous - who robbed her unwitting victims of everything, including their hearts.
Lavi is known for her roles on FOX's "Prison Break" and "Gang Related," and MTV's "Underemployed." She was also seen on TNT's "The Last Ship," where she played Lt. Ravit Bivas. Additional television credits include guest starring roles on series such as "Sons of Anarchy" and "Entourage." She has also lent her talents to the big screen, most notably with her role in The Last Witch Hunter, opposite Vin Diesel and Elijah Wood. Other film credits include Street Kings: Motor City with Ray Liotta and For the Love of Money starring James Caan.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, Lavi created her own fashion brand LAVI with all proceeds going to female owned businesses that were affected by the pandemic. The brand has launched two sunglass lines in collaboration with Saint Owen and will be debuting their line of sweats this summer. Lavi is an ambassador of The Los Angeles Children's Hospital and The Make-A-Wish Israel Foundation. She also volunteers her time to Our Big Kitchen Los Angeles, a community run Kosher kitchen that brings people together to assist the less fortune.
Lavi studied ballet and modern dance at the Kiryat Sharet High School in Holon, Israel. She then studied acting at the Sophie Moskowitz School of Acting in Tel Aviv. She currently resides in Los Angeles.