Noureen DeWulf is an American actress of Indian descent best known for her roles in the feature films West Bank Story (2005) and Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009).
She currently stars as Lacey in the sitcom Anger Management, since 2012.
DeWulf began her acting career in the Academy Award-winning film, West Bank Story. She played the lead role of Fatima, a singing and dancing Palestinian cashier who falls in love with an Israeli soldier. She has been working in comedic television series and films ever since.
From 2009 to 2011, she had recurring roles on Outsourced, Hawthorne and The Hard Times of RJ Berger, and was a series regular on Lifetime's Maneater.
DeWulf has been seen in a number of box-office hits, including Ocean's Thirteen, and The Back-up Plan. She's starred opposite Matthew McConaughey as Melanie, the present ghost in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past and played opposite Jeremy Piven in The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard in 2009.
She also starred in The Taqwacores, which premiered at Sundance in 2010.
Born in New York City, DeWulf was raised in Stone Mountain, Georgia, and attended Boston University's School for the Arts. Upon graduation she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career.
Dewulf's mixed heritage has allowed her to portray different personalities and adapt different accents for each of the productions in which she's participated.
She currently resides in Los Angles with her husband, US Olympic and NHL Hockey goalie, Ryan Miller.