The Bold and the Beautiful’s Hope hasn’t had much to celebrate in recent months, given the fact that her former tormentor’s unhealthy attraction to her reared its ugly head again and her husband cheated on her with his ex. Luckily, the same can’t be said for performer Annika Noelle, who has a personal milestone to celebrate.
Happy Birthday, Annika Noelle
And that’s because was she born on December 24, 1986, and raised in a suburb of Boston, Massachusetts, which means that this fan-favorite actress is turning 34 years old today! In her youth, Noelle fell in love with performing. Early in her career, she trained at the Geffen Playhouse and the Kennedy Center.
Following her move to Los Angeles, Noelle landed roles in several commercials where she sang the praises of Infiniti cars, dined at Dairy Queen, and learned how GEICO could save her 15% or more on car insurance.
Noelle appeared in several short films, including Acts of God (2010), The Perfect Gentleman (2010), and The Black Keys: Howlin’ for You (2011), before landing a part in her first feature-length project: the made-for-TV holiday movie Love’s Christmas Journey (2011).
Subsequently, Noelle could be seen in several other short films, as well as the online serial Venice: The Series (2011-2012). In 2014, she played a small part in the Clint Eastwood-directed film Jersey Boys.
Noelle’s other acting credits include multiple episodes of the series Chasing Life (2015), and the feature True to the Game (2017). She has played Hope Logan Spencer on The Bold and the Beautiful since January 8, 2018. For her efforts, Noelle was nominated for the 2020 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress.
Outside of acting, Noelle is known for her advocacy for animal welfare and environmental conservation. She is a frequent volunteer at her local animal shelters and for the Wildlife Friends Foundation of Thailand.
Soap Hub would like to wish Annika Noelle a very happy birthday, and many more. The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.