Dawn-Noel was born and raised in a traditional Italian family in South Philadelphia. At a very early age she was drawn to the dance world not only for the arts but the diverse culture and cross-culture of people. She knew she could not go the traditional route her parents had in mind for her catholic school, college, and marriage. Instead she took a chance and betted on herself and life. After a successful career in Philly she set her sights on the big time and never looked back.
Dawn Noel attended the prestigious High School for the Performing Arts and graduated with a BFA from the University of the Arts, in Philadelphia. Dawn subsequently made her mark on Broadway in acclaimed productions, The Lion King, In The Heights, and Fame. As a featured dancer, she has toured globally with Madonna and Jennifer Lopez. Dawn's acting resume includes numerous commercials, as well as lead roles in the indie films Life, Is Too Short, Devatha, Salsa Lessons, To The New Girl, Grand Slammed, and My Normal. On television, Dawn can be seen on All My Children, NCIS, NCIS-LA, and Glee; along with many award-winning short films and web series.
Dawn Noel is an award-winning actress and producer. She has produced the award-winning short film Shattered Pitch starring Chad Coleman (The Wire & The Walking Dead) and the award-winning short film 22 Years, both having multiple distribution deals. Dawn is the recipient of The Imagen Awards (Golden Globes for Latinos), Manhattan Film Festival, LA Movie Awards (Best Actress), AM Egypt Film Festival, Philadelphia Independent Film Awards, International New York Film Festival (Best Actress), Charlotte Black Film Festival (Best Actress), Las Vegas Black Film Festival, Viva Latino Film Festival, Sutter Creek International Film Festival (Best Actress), The Women's International Film Festival (Best Actress) and the San Diego Black Film Festival.
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