From an early age Noelle Audrey-Rose Guess knew she was destined for something great. Born and raised in the Bay Area, Ca she was able to explore her creative abilities through performing arts, literature, and fashion. Desperate not to succumb to common stereotypes for African American women Noelle urged to push through the boundaries of what people expected of her. Her mother, Joy Guess, and father Michael Guess introduced Noelle to her love of film, travel, and culture as young as the age of 5. Read more... high school that she would consider acting as a real career. After graduation in 2008, Noelle attended FIDM (The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) in San Francisco. In a year she realized that although multi-passionate, her desire to pursue acting full-time surpassed the need to become a fashion designer, and soon later deferred from the program. After trying her hand at modeling and acting locally in major cities like Oakland and SF between 2009-2012, Noelle felt she was finally ready to take her talents to Los Angeles. Since relocating she has literally "Hit the ground running" and has already earned her first producing credit and cameo appearance in short film, "The Undercard" directed by Sarah B. Downey.