Who is Ebonee Noel
Ebonee Noel was born on 25 May 1990, in the USA – her zodiac sign is Gemini, she holds American nationality, and is of Guyanese descent. She is an actress and a singer, who might be known best for her portrayal of Livia Capulet in the 2017 drama series “Still Star-Crossed” created by Heather Mitchell, and which starred Grant Bowler, Wade Briggs and Torrance Coombs. It follows the fictional events which happened after the end of the Shakespearean play “Romeo and Juliet”, and the series was nominated for a Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Created Environment in an Episode, Commercial, or Real-Time Project.
Early life, family and education
Nothing about her father is known, so Ebonee was raised an only child by her mother who was the ambassador to the United Nations Organization, and because of this, the two travelled together around the world, including to Cambodia, Israel and Croatia. Ebonee attended schools in many countries including the above mentioned; she became interested in acting aged 14, when she also appeared in her first play performed at school.
She returned to the US and enrolled at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Ebonee was physically very active during her teenage years, as she did gymnastics and played soccer and volleyball.
Roles in movies
Ebonee made her debut film appearance in the 2013 biographical romantic drama “Product of My Environment”, written and directed by Dwayne ‘DC’ Coles, and which starred Monique Robinson, Rosalind Russell and Giovanna Brown. It follows the life of a young girl who has gone through a lot in around 20 years of life.
The year 2014 saw Ebonee star as Diana in the short family drama “Tiny Things”, which also starred Allison Aaron and Christina Brucato, and follows an awkward situation at a baby’s shower; the film won one and was nominated for one other award. In 2016, Ebonee portrayed Sade in the romantic drama “Long Nights Short Mornings” written and directed by Chadd Harbold, and which starred Shiloh Fernandez, Ella Rae Peck and Paten Hughes in the film following the life of a young man living in New York City.
Ebonee went on to play the supporting character Zasha in the 2017 comedy drama “I Love You, Daddy”, written and directed by Louis C. K., who also starred in it alongside Chloe Grace Moret and Rose Byrne.
Her two most recent roles in movies have been in the 2018 horror comedy “Tremors”, which starred the famous actor Kevin Bacon, and the 2020 short “Bogo”, but which failed to attract any attention.
Roles in TV series
Ebonee made her debut TV series appearance in 2014, when cast to portray Ashley Miller in the episode “Pattern Seventeen” of the critically acclaimed mystery crime drama “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” – it’s been airing since 1999, and has won 55 awards including a Golden Globe, while it has been nominated for 157 other awards.
The year 2015 saw her appear in a single episode of the mystery crime drama “Eye Candy”, which follows a woman who believes that one of the men she is talking to on the internet is a serial killer. In 2017, Ebonee was cast to portray The Barracuda, one of the lead characters in the action adventure comedy “Wrecked”, created by Jordan Shipley and Justin Shipley, and which also starred Zach Cregger, Asif Ali and Brian Sacca. It’s about a group of people who find themselves stuck on a deserted island after their plane crashes.
Her most recent recurring role in a TV series as well as perhaps her most notable one has been in the mystery crime drama “FBI” in which she’s been starring as Special Agent Kristen Chazal since 2018. The series was created by Craig Turk and Dick Wolf, it also stars Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki and Jeremy Sisto, and follows the work that the FBI does inside their offices. The series has won Daniela Nardini a II Festival Nazionale del Doppiaggio Voci nell’Ombra Award for Best Overall Dubbing of a TV series.
In 2020, Ebonee appeared in the episode “Reveille” of the action crime drama “FBI: Most Wanted”, while
Love life and boyfriend
Ebonee is very secretive when it comes to her love life, and hasn’t spoken about any men or women she might have dated; this might be the main reason why there are rumors circulating the internet concerning her relationships as well as her sexual orientation.
There are many people who believe that Ebonee is a lesbian, and that this is why she hasn’t talked about the men she might have been with. One of her fans has even claimed to have seen Ebonee being rather too close to a female friend, however, this hasn’t been confirmed nor has Ebonee commented on it.
There are also those who believe her to be dating a mysterious man, and that she’s keeping him away from the media’s attention, but once again this hasn’t been confirmed.
As of January 2021, Ebonee appears to be single, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and other interests
Ebonee is fighting for equal rights of all people, and is today a strong supporter of the movement Black Lives Matter. She has walked various protests organized around the US, and has also thanked all the people who have travelled far to provide support.
She is a huge fan of music, and is said to play the harp.
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Ebonee’s favorite state is New York, and as she is interested in sports, her favorite teams are also from New York. She is cheering for the Rangers competing in the National Hockey League (NHL), the Yankees in Major League Baseball (MLB), and the Giants in the National Football League (NFL).
She has her own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are Morgan Freeman, Chadwick Boseman and Halle Berry, while a couple of her favorite movies are “The Shawshank Redemption”, “Black Panther” and “Kingsman: The Golden Circle”.
Age, height and net worth
Ebonee’s age is 29. She has long black hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 2ins (1.57m) and she weighs around 112lbs (51kgs).
As of January 2021, her net worth has been estimated at over $100,000.