Noureen DeWulf Is A Hot Indian-American-Muslim
Actress Noureen DeWulf showed up to the L.A. premiere of "The Back-Up Plan" looking voluptuous and exotic in a strapless white dress.
Noureen recently appeared in Matthew Mcconaughey's film "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past" and the Lifetime miniseries "Maneater." She also appeared in "Entourage" and Jeremy Piven's movie "The Goods."
She was born in New York City to traditional Indian Muslim Parents and grew up in Georgia before going to school in Boston and then relocating to Los Angeles.
That makes Noureen an Indian-Muslim-American-southerner-now-west-coast-lover.
She most recently starred in "The Taqwacores," about a Pakastani-American engineering student who falls in with a tightly-knit group of punk-rocker Muslims.
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