Noureen asked us to use her Wikipedia biography and you know what? No kidding, we like it. It’s very clean and efficient:
DeWulf first came into the public spotlight as the star of the 2007 Academy Award winning short film West Bank Story in which she played Fatima, a Palestinian fast food cashier who falls in love with an Israeli soldier.
In May 2009, DeWulf appeared in the Matthew McConaughey Ghosts of Girlfriends Past in which she played Melanie, the Ghost of Girlfriends Present. Her comedic performance received very positive reviews.
Also in 2009, DeWulf starred with Sarah Chalke, Maria Conchita Alonso, Garcelle Beauvais, Gregory Harrison, Judy Greer, and Marla Sokoloff in the Lifetime miniseries Maneater.
DeWulf appeared in the August 2009 comedy The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard as Ving Rhames’s love interest, and in the 2010 film The Back-Up Plan, with Jennifer Lopez.
She stars in the 2010 film The Taqwacores directed by Eyad Zahra. This movie opens in the United Kingdom on May 6th 2011.
She also stars in the 2010 film The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It directed by Craig Moss.
She also stars in the television comedy Outsourced as Vimi.
Other previous credits for DeWulf include: American Dreamz, The Comebacks, Americanizing Shelley, and Ocean’s Thirteen. Along with her big screen career, DeWulf has played recurring roles on television’s Hawthorne as Nurse Judy, 90210, Girlfriends, and The Hard Times of RJ Berger in addition to guest starring on Chuck, Numb3rs, Reno 911!, and CSI: NY.