Iris Bahr is a critically acclaimed writer, actor, director and producer. Having appeared on numerous television shows, she is best known for her recurring role on Curb your Enthusiasm, where she plays the Orthodox Jewish Girl that gets stuck on a ski-lift with Larry David, and her TV series Svetlana. Her critically acclaimed solo show, "DAI (enough)", in which she plays eleven different characters in a Tel Aviv cafe, moments before a suicide bomber enters, had an extended hit run Off-Broadway, and won the prestigious Lucille Lortel Award for Best Solo Performance, as well as two Drama Desk and UK Stage Award nominations for Best Performance and Sound Design. She has performed DAI around the world, including at the United Nations for over 100 ambassadors and delegates. Her first solo show, "Planet America", received an LA Weekly nomination for Outstanding Solo Show and is currently in development as a feature film. Ms. Bahr has written two humorous memoirs, DORK WHORE (Bloomsbury) and its sequel MACCHU MY PICCHU (Skirt). Her books have been translated into German, Portuguese and Italian. She is currently writing a book of humorous essays with JB Smoove (Leon from Curb).