- Full Name Noree Victoria
- Occupation Actress, Producer, Writer
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Maryland, USA
- Birth Date Jun 10, 1981
- Age 40 Years, 7 Months
Noree Victoria | BiographyVictoria produced a short film titled 'Champion Road Arena,' in 2010
Noree Victoria landed the role of Simone in 2012 on the TV series 'The Ricky Smiley Show.' The show was based on the life of comedian and radio personality Rickey Smiley. The story moves on with him trying to balance his life with a rising career and as a single father. Victoria was on the show until the third season that ended in 2014.
Noree Victoria is an actor and producer known for her role as Simone on 'The Rickey Smiley Show.'
Who is Noree Victoria?
Victoria began acting as a minor character in 2010. She then appeared in the documentary America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back, TV series Atlanta Homicide, Army Wives, Single Ladies, NCIS, Teen Wolf, and American Crime Story, among others.
Victoria came to prominence after portraying Shilah in the movie Quarantine 2, Liz in the movie, The Choice, and Simone on the TV show, The Ricky Smiley Show.
She produced a short film Champion Road Arena in 2010. Victoria is also set to produce and direct a provocative, psychological thriller film, Violet, the fundraising for which is going on in 2021.
Early Life and Education
Noree Victoria was born on 10 June 1981 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. She was interested in creative writing since a young age. She had completed her first imaginative children's stories book when she was just seven years old.
At 16, she requested her school to let her omit the senior year of high school and formally embark on her creative studies in college. She eventually got the approval, and Victoria enrolled at the University of Maryland, Baltimore Country. She majored in Creative Writing, Biology, and African Studies.
After college, she began teaching Biology to 9th-grade students in Baltimore city and completed her graduate studies at Towson University. She graduated with a Master of Science Degree in Applied Information Technology as a 4.0 GPA holder.
Subsequently, she received the position of Financial Analyst in Black and Decker Corporation. However, she was not satisfied with a job in finance. She soon quit work and decided to pursue acting.
She then studied at the New York Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts and the British American Drama Academy at Oxford University in England.
Victoria began her acting career in 2010 doing minor roles. She then went on to act in numerous productions like the documentary America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back, the TV series Atlanta Homicide, Army Wives, Single Ladies, and Necessary Roughness.
She became prominently known for her role of Shilah in the 2011 movie Quarantine 2 and her recurring characters on series such as NCIS, Teen Wolf, The Game. Victoria could be seen in the popular series The Vampire Diaries.
'The Ricky Smiley Show'
Victoria landed the role of Simone in 2012 on the TV One's series The Ricky Smiley Show.
The show was based on the life of comedian and radio personality Rickey Smiley. The story moves on with him trying to balance his life with a rising career, a single father, and his ex-wife.
Victoria was on the show until the third season that ended in 2014.
'The Choice' and other projects
After The Rickey Smiley Show, Victoria landed in the TV movie Whitney in 2015 and Nicholas Spark's novel-based movie The Choice in 2016.
The Choice was a romantic movie based on the life of two characters, their ups and downs of love, relationship, marriage, and then a tragic accident.
Victoria played the role of Liz. During the movie's promotion, she said, "This is one of the first Nicholas Sparks movies that is so diversified. I'm a fan of anyone who can write from a perspective of the human condition and tell our stories."
Noree Victoria then went on to act as a recurring character on the TV series American Crime Story in 2016. Her movies credits include For the Love of Christmas, Scales: A Mermaid Story, Walk Away from Love, A Place in Hell.
Along with her acting career, Victoria is indulged in movie production. In 2010, she produced a short film titled Champion Road Arena.
In 2021, she has been raising funds to produce a provocative, psychological thriller film, Violet.
The plot of the movie chronicles the story of a politician's wife who suffers from drug addiction. As the wife is forced to reside in a secluded summer home for rehabilitation, her husband, who accompanies the home, falls in love with an unconventional nurse taking care of her.
Victoria is set to produce and direct the movie. She collaborates with producer and writer Bel Delia, screenwriter Helen Shang, music producer Annalea Fiachi and actress Ava Lalezarzadeh for the movie.