Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 29, 2011
Rising film and television star Noree Victoria blazes the screen in a variety of new roles currently in wide release on both the big and small screens. Noree showcases her depth and range in a number of roles including co-starring (opposite Mechad Brooks of “True Blood” fame) in the USA Network series “Necessary Roughness”, and National Geographic Channel’s “Locked Up Abroad” both airing on August 3. Noree can also been seen in the apocalyptic thriller “Quarantine 2: Terminal” (written and directed by John Pogue).
Noree will appear several high profile projects that promise to better acquaint this enterprising starlet with audiences nationwide. Airing Wednesdays at 10/9C on the USA Network, Noree will appear on the new original series “Necessary Roughness” opposite Mechad Brooks (who plays Terrence "TK" King). Noree will make her debut on the hour-long drama August 3.
Also this summer, Noree will appear in the episodic docudrama “Locked Up Abroad”. Based on the British series, “Banged Up Abroad”, National Geographic Channel’s “Locked Up Abroad” recounts true stories in thrilling detail of trips abroad that go horribly wrong. Each episode depicts a real-life story of a traveler whose poor decisions have resulted in their incarceration overseas, far away from home. Noree co-stars as Lisa Taylor in the episode “Locked Up Abroad: Backstabbed in Thailand” scheduled to air on August 3rd at 10/9C.
In the recently released, “Quarantine 2: Terminal” Noree plays the role of Shilah, an army medic who desperately fights to escape a mysterious rabies-like virus that is threatening the safety of quarantined passengers. As Shilah, Noree takes audiences on an intense, spellbinding journey after a doomed Los Angeles flight bound for Nashville is forced to make an emergency landing when a passenger is discovered to be hosting the strange virus.
“Quarantine 2: Terminal”, written and directed by John Pogue and produced by Marc Brienstocke, is the sequel to the widely successful horror film “Quarantine” (released in 2008). Produced by Third Street Pictures and RCR Media Group and distributed internationally by Sony Pictures, “Quarantine 2: Terminal” had a limited theatrical release in the U.S. and will be released on DVD in August 2011.
Noree balances her acting career by actively endorsing a number of social causes. Noree is an animal rights advocate, as well as a supporter of causes such as anti-bullying, Operation Smile, and relief for victims of genocide and rape in war-torn countries. Noree is represented by J. Pervis Talent Agency (Jayme and Joy Pervis) and by Valeo Entertainment (Garrett Ramsey, Manager).