Gorgeous Noel Wells is a multitasking personality and holds up the talent to entertain the viewers. She an American actress, comedian, director, musician, and writer. She caught the lime-lights for her television roles on Master of None and Saturday Night Live, as well as writing, directing, and starring in the film Mr. Roosevelt.
Noel Kristi Wells was born on 23rd December 1986 in San Antonio, Texas. Her father is a Tunisian immigrant and her mother is of partly Mexican descent. her parents named her Noel because she was born two days before Christmas. Though their names haven’t been revealed yet. There is not much information available, as she appears to be reserved about her family history.
Talented Wells studied at Memorial High School in Victoria, Texas. At her high school, she was highly well-known for being super active in speech and debate and got graduated as Salutatorian. Later in 2010, she got into the University of Texas at Austin and got graduated with a degree in Plan II Honors and Radio-television-film. She was considered to be one of the highly talented students in the University.
Noel Wells Career
Wells always dreamt to achieve fame, since she was a teenager. While attending college, she got cast as a member of Esther’s Follies, where she performed in sketches and as a magician’s assistant. She started her journey towards Hollywood, slow and steadily. Before getting fame, she used to work as an editor and did motion graphics. Later in 2010, she moved to Los Angeles to perform at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre with the sketch team ‘New Money’. Alongside acting, she also appeared in numerous Cracked.com and College-Humor videos. She was best known for her own sketch and parody videos. After all these years of heart-wrenching struggles, she made all worth it.
In 2013, wells joined the cast of Saturday Night live during its 39th season alongside John Milhiser, Kyle Mooney, and Beck Bennett. However, on 15th July 2014, it was announced that she won’t get featured in the second season. She made many guest appearances on television programs. Later in 2015, Noel co-starred in Netflix Comedy Master of None, where she portrayed the role as Rachel. Moreover, wells released her debut album It’s So Nice on August 30th, 2019 which marks Wells’ first foray as a musician and singer-songwriter. While in 2020, she got cast as a voice actor in Star Trek: Lower Decks as Ensign Tendi. Recently in 2021, she appeared on the television series Duck Tales and portrayed her role as June.
Noel Wells Biography
|Real Name||Noël Kristi Wells|
|Birth Date||23 December 1986|
|Age (as of 2021)||34 Years|
|Birth Place||San Antonio, Texas, United States|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 5” – in Centimeters – 165 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 52 kg – in Pounds – 114 lbs|
|Hair Color||7 Brown|
|School||Memorial High School|
|College||The University of Texas at Austin, Moody College of Communication|
|Is she a Lesbian?||No|
The exquisite actress hasn’t revealed much about her dating life as she appears to stay confidential regarding the information. So, for the time being, we assume that she is single and will soon update after she finds her better half.
Noel Wells Net Worth
The talented Noel Wells is still on her journey to become the best of the rest and is expecting more. She enjoys a successful profession and fame, which she always dreamt of. She has been able to gather a decent amount of wealth over these years. Wells has an estimated net worth of $5 million and her annual salary is under review. She amassed her wealth mostly from the income she makes from her professional career. Besides, she has luxury cars, villas, where she is enjoying her ecstatic life full of comfort.
- Noel started her career as a model and entered the Showbiz Industry.
- Besides, her basic profession, she is fond of photography. Her works got featured in exhibitions and the literary magazine Oxford American.
- Her Netflix comedy Master of None has won the 2016 Critics’ choice Award for best comedy.
- Roosevelt, the film where Wells directed, wrote, and starred in, won multiple awards including the Audience Award and Louis Black Lone Star Jury award at SXSW and the best US Narrative feature at the Traverse City Film Festival.