Actress, producer, and Baltimore native, Noree Victoria, has been active in the creative arts since childhood. Initially writing imaginative children’s stories, she completed her first bound book at the age of 7. Loving both arts and academics, at age 16, she successfully petitioned her school board, winning their approval to bypass her senior year and go directly to college, earning Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Creative Writing, Biology, and African Studies. Noree taught 9th grade Biology in Baltimore City immediately upon graduating, and subsequently completed her Master of Science Degree in Applied Information Technology. Finishing her master’s program with a 4.0 GPA, she was recruited as a Financial Analyst for the Black and Decker Corporation; however, after a spell of integrating and upgrading financial systems, the lure of the dramatic arts proved too enchanting for her to ignore. Noree took flight to pursue a creative passion for acting full-time, studying at the New York Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts, and the British American Drama Academy at Oxford University in England. Noree went on to win the ‘Best Actress’ award at AMTC, and to appear regularly in various Emmy-winning television shows, including FX’s ‘American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson’, and ‘Queen Sugar’. She has also produced various short and feature length film projects.
Noree continues to pursue her acting career and training in Los Angeles, and in cherished spare time, enjoys volunteering with youth in marginalized communities, advocating for social justice, surfing, and outdoor adventures with a tight-knit circle of friends.