Tutti Druyan began her career at the early age of 3. The singer and actress started out by dubbing some of the most successful cartoons in Israel. Dragon Tales, Rolie Polie Olie, the Barbie Movie Series, and The Smurfs, which Druyan also directed, are just a few of Tutti’s credits. By the age of 12, Druyan was the lead character in the Israeli touring musical, Festigal, performing in stadiums all over Israel. She also took part in a play of one of the nation’s most respected theaters, Tzavta, and co-hosted a Children’s News TV show. In 2012, Druyan dubbed and directed the film, Miffy the Movie, which was released in theaters around the world. During that same time four holiday albums Tutti sang in as a child were certified Platinum. In 2014, Druyan was selected alongside a small group of musicians, to debut a composition by legendary Riverdance Composer, Bill Whelan. In that same year, Tutti performed as part of a choir of Spanish superstar, Alejandro Sanz, in the Latin Grammy Awards. In addition, Tutti sang the Israeli and American National Anthems in different events and locations such as the Annual Dinner of the Friends of the IDF in New England, The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston City Hall Plaza, and The Massachusetts State House. In the summer of 2017, Tutti performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as the main character in the musical "Ami and Tami," which has been touring nationally for several years. A year prior, Tutti released her first EP, Possibilities, which includes four original tracks written by her. The debut single off the album, Call Me Baby, has been playing on radio in the United States, reaching the Mediabase Activator Chart and the Billboard Top 40 Indicator Chart.