Noureen DeWulf is best known for her role as sexy therapy patient Lacey in Charlie Sheen’s hit TV comedy, ‘Anger Management’. The series premiered in June 2012 to astronomically high ratings, quickly followed by global syndication, catapulting DeWulf onto the world radar almost instantaneously.
Standing at 5’5”, this slight-of-build actress of partial Indian origin began her career in the Academy Award–winning film ‘West Bank Story’ (2005). She later appeared in a string of television comedies, including NBC’s ‘Outsourced’, TNT’s ‘Hawthorne’, MTV’s ‘Hard Times of RJ Berger’ and Lifetime’s ‘Maneater’.
DeWulf has also been seen in a number of box office hits, including ‘Ocean’s Thirteen’ (2007, whose ensemble cast includes George Clooney and Brad Pitt), ‘Ghosts of Girlfriends Past’ (2009, with Matthew McConaughey), and ‘The Back-up Plan’ (2010, with Jennifer Lopez).
DeWulf attended ANOKHI’s 10th Anniversary Awards Show on February 2nd, 2013, where she was honored with ANOKHI’s Prestige Award for “American Actor of the Decade”, presented by Rowenta Beauty. I had the opportunity to chat with her on her feelings about receiving the award, her skyrocketing acting career and breakout role in ‘Anger Management’, and her future goals and inspirations.
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