Annika Noelle landed the role of Hope Spencer on The Bold and the Beautiful in 2018, but she has been determined to make it in Hollywood since childhood. From where she was born to her first feature film, here are five fast facts you need to know about the actress!
In The Beginning…
Noelle was born and raised in the suburbs of Boston, which is where she first got interested in performing. In fact, she grew up watching classic Hollywood films, like Singin’ in the Rain and Once Upon a Time in the West. She decided she wanted to follow her dreams of becoming an actor, so she attended UCLA for college in order to be in Los Angeles where all the action is.
Needed To Pay The Bills
Noelle took any job she could before her acting career started to take off. She worked as a paralegal, a bartender, and a hostess. She eventually landed some national commercials for big names such as Geico and Dairy Queen and left the odd jobs behind her.
First Television Role
After years of grinding it in Hollywood and acting in short films, Noelle finally landed a role the digital soap, Venice the Series. She played the part of Sami Nelson and got the role in 2011.
Along with working in television, Noelle was also featured in Clint Eastwood’s film, Jersey Boys, back in 2014. This was her first time working on a feature film and we’re sure there are many more to come.
Doesn’t Watch Herself
Noelle was cast as Hope Spencer on The Bold and the Beautiful in 2018, which was her big break on the small screen. Despite the fact she’s having great success as an actress, she still doesn’t watch herself. In fact, she avoids seeing herself on TV at all because she knows she’s her harshest critic. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.