Klara Landrat was born in Warsaw, Poland, grew up in Libya, North Africa, and spent the rest of her adolescence in New York. As a true cosmopolitan Klara divided her life between New York, LA, Warsaw, Paris, Belgrade, Tunis and Tel Aviv.
Klara came from a dance and theater background, being involved with productions of David Levine, Daniel Kadin, Julia Miles' and training with legendary dance choreographer Willie Ninja (William Leake) in New York City upon graduating from Hunter College. In films such as "Zoolander", dir. Ben Stiller, "Going Under" by E. Werthman and most recently "Secret Findings" dir. By Neil Breen, Klara evoked a sensible combination of intensity of Charlotte Rampling, and European flair of Ingrid Bergman. Simultaneously her photographic work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including the "Tallit Project" by Gallery Nine Five, NY. In this tribute to the artists lost family to WWII, "Tallit Project" grew out of the search for life and the recognition of its tangible, unforgettable qualities. To fill the void photography couldn't, Klara continued to actively contribute to film and theatre, most recently opening a production company by the name Velrana Productions – a three women ensemble of female voice in Hollywood.