Noureen film

Noureen DeWulf’s new film, “When We First Met,” is streaming now on Netflix. The Indian American actress attends a special screening of the Netflix original film at ArcLight Theaters at ArcLight Hollywood Feb. 20, 2018 in Hollywood, Calif. (Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for Netflix)

“Anger Management” alum Noureen DeWulf certainly makes her red-carpet appearances stand out. The Indian American actress, who attended a special screening of her new Netflix film, “When We First Met,” at ArcLight Theaters in Hollywood, Calif., Feb. 20, looked gorgeous in a one-shoulder burgundy dress with ruffled bodice and a thigh-high slit. She kept her hair loose and effortless, and her makeup minimal.

The Netflix original film, a romantic comedy, stars Adam Devine as Noah who spends a perfect first night with the girl of his dreams, but gets relegated to the friend zone. He spends the next three years wondering what went wrong until he gets the unexpected chance to travel back in time and change things.

DeWulf plays the role of Margo, Noah’s assistant in the film, which also features Alexandra Daddario, and Shelley Hennig, among others.

DeWulf’s recent credits include Hulu’s high-school comedy series, “All Night,” in which an overnight, lock-in graduation party features a group of new grads who will do whatever it takes to make their remaining high school dreams come true; the ABC comedy, “Square Roots,” and Fox’s “Grandfathered.” (See earlier India-West story here). She is also set to play Emily on “The Big Bang Theory” star Johnny Galecki’s new CBS show, “Living Biblically.” The show, which is an adaptation of the non-fiction book by A.J. Jacobs in which a man tries to live in accordance with the Bible’s teachings as close as possible, premiered Feb. 26.

Noureen Ahmed, known professionally as Noureen DeWulf, was born in New York, and raised in Georgia. Her parents are from Pune, India. She is married to Ryan Miller, a professional ice hockey goaltender currently playing for the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League. The couple has a three-year-old son, Bodhi.

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