The heavenly Dawn Noel is a blossoming talent who should find a growing affection headed her way in the months ahead. She stars in “Sistah Did What?” which has elicited loads of laughs every time it’s been screened on the festival circuit. At this year’s Hollywood Black Film Festival, attendees will be entertained by the exploits of Dawn’s character Carmen in this outrageous comedy web series. Described as an enlivening mix of Rosie Perez and Fran Drescher, she’ always in a tizzy alongside her friend Alex (Shelli Boone) as they try to navigate their relationships and sometimes awkward love lives. We love a woman who speaks her mind and Carmen has plenty of sass to complement her vixenish ways.
She’s also in attendance at the Hollywood Black Film Festival and it’s a prime occasion to catch a glimpse of the ravishing Dawn if you’re there. She’s also noted for winning multiple Best Actress awards as the leading lady of the heartfelt short film “22 years”. Dawn received acting accolades at the LA Movie Awards, Charlotte Black Film Festival, International NYC Film Festival, Women’s International Film Festival and Velvet Rope Film festival. It’s a outstanding achievement for her performance as Avi in “22 years”, a moving tale of forgiveness which she also wrote so beautifully. Everyone should be saluting her impeccable multi-faceted talents and Dawn’s profile will surely rise in prominence.
Across film, television and the web, Dawn is gracing all platforms with her expressive luminosity and graceful versatility. She also gravitates towards cop roles which she essayed in a supporting capacity on “NCIS” and “NCIS: Los Angeles”. Hopefully she gets cast as a series regular on a show such as “Chicago P.D.” or even Anna Paquin’s murder-mystery “Bellevue” which has detectives at the forefront. In the meantime, Dawn is already mesmerizing her way into our adoring hearts.
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Is Dawn the dawn of the new stardom in the Hollywood? It could very well be the case with viewers always wanting the need to muse at the next best sensation. I wish she could be a part of my pilot (and even the series). I want her to be my Elaine in my own Seinfeld like series…:-)
Cheers to your talent!