Baltimore native, Noree Victoria, is an actor, producer, writer, and upcoming film director that has held a passion for contributing to the world of story since childhood. Launching out of Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Creative Writing, Biology, and African Studies, and a Master of Science degree in Applied Information Technology, she entered the industry to "dig tunnels like a ferret, instead of bothering with the doors". As a multi-hyphenate creator, she won the Best Actress award at AMTC which yielded a scholarship to study at the New York Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts, going on to continue her training at the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, England for acting, and the New York Film Academy for filmmaking. She has appeared regularly in various award-winning films and television shows, including FX’s ‘American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson’, OWN's ‘Queen Sugar’, and ‘Little’, and is currently working on a master certificate in screenwriting. Noree also serves as the first Black female Vice-Chair of New Filmmakers Los Angeles.
In cherished spare time, Noree finds purpose in social advocacy, health advocacy, love, animals, fitness, and [socially-distanced] outdoor adventures with a tight-knit circle of friends.