Asi Levi (b. 28 September 1969 in Tel Aviv) is an Israeli Film Academy Award winning actress. Levi attended and graduated the Yoram Levinstein School of Acting in southern Tel Aviv.
Levi's early appearances include films such as Hashiva (1995), Kesher Ir (Urban Feel) (1999) and Ha'Boleshet Hokeret (The Investigation Must Go On) (2000), alongside Moshe Ivgy. For the latter two she received an Israeli Film Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She has also appeared in several television shows, including Cafe Paris and Ha'Burganim.
In 2004 she played the leading role in Raphael Nadjari's film Avanim, which was presented in the Berlin Film Festival as a Panorama: Special Presentation, and also won several awards across Europe, including Best Film at the Cinema Tout Ecran in Geneva.
Her best-known appearance was in Aviva Ahuvati, a 2006 film by Shemi Zarhin, in which she played the leading role. The film became extremely popular in Israel and earned Levi significantly wider recognition, as well as her third Israeli Film Academy Award, this time for Best Actress.
Levi is currently appearing on the Israeli hit TV series Betipul, and preparing to release her first Rock and Roll music