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Noureen DeWulf (born February 28, 1984 in New York City, New York) is an American actress. She is of Indian Muslim descent with parents from Pune, a city in India near Mumbai. She attended Boston University.
Noureen DeWulf is best known as the star of the 2007 Academy Award winning musical comedy, West Bank Story, in which she played a Palestinian fast food cashier named Fatima who falls in love with an Israeli soldier. Noureen DeWulf also starred in 2006's American Dreamz alongside Hugh Grant and Mandy Moore. Noureen DeWulf can next be seen as one of the leads in the Fox Feature Comedy, The Comebacks , releasing in the United States in October of 2007. Additionally, DeWulf plays a small comedic role in Ocean's Thirteen releasing internationally summer 2007 and also plays a supporting role in the independent bollywood film Americanizing Shelley. She also starred in National Lampoon's Pledge This! as foreign exchange student and The Strip (2007) with Dave Foley.
As well as her film acting career, DeWulf's tv career also includes guest appearences on CSI:NY, Numb3rs, Love INc., and Girlfriends. She has also starred in 3 network comedy pilots for the WB, Fox and CBS.
Noureen DeWulf ranked #100 on the Maxim Hot 100 List 2007.
Starred in 'West Bank Story', the movie won an Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film. Starred in 'American Dreamz', director Paul Weitz nominated for an Oscar the year before for 'About a Boy'.