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Noora Albright


Noora Albright is an actress and writer, known for I Am Good (2015), Life Mission (2012) and You (2017). See full bio »
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Known For

I Am Good
I Am Good Miranda
(2015)
Life Mission
Life Mission Julie Cohen
(2012)
You
You Writer
(2017)
Curious
Curious Becky
(2007)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Actress (9 credits)
 2016/VI Stay (Short) (completed)
Amy
 2015 I Am Good (Short)
Miranda
 2012 Life Mission (Short)
Julie Cohen
 2007 Curious (Short)
Becky
 2005 Sleeper Cell (TV Series)
Young Girlfriend
- Target (2005) ... Young Girlfriend
 2005 Monk (TV Series)
Adopting Mom
- Mr. Monk and the Kid (2005) ... Adopting Mom
 2004 Sucker Free City (TV Movie)
Gorgeous Blond Girl (as Noora Telarante)
 2003 The Sweet Life
Spa Receptionist (as Noora Telaranta)
 2002 Winning Girls Through Psychic Mind Control
Kathy lookalike (as Noora Telaranta)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (4 credits)
 2017/I You (Short) (written by) (completed)
 2015 I Am Good (Short) (written by)
 2012 Life Mission (Short) (written by)
 2007 Curious (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (4 credits)
 2017/I You (Short) (producer) (completed)
 2015 I Am Good (Short) (producer)
 2012 Life Mission (Short) (producer)
 2007 Curious (Short) (producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Director (2 credits)
 2017/I You (Short) (completed)
 2015 I Am Good (Short)
 2012 Life Mission (Short) (second unit director)

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Noora Telaranta | Noora Telarante

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