Noelle Mauri


Born in France but raised in Spain, Noelle began her theatrical training at the Shaekspeare Foundation and the EscalanteTheater in her hometown of Valencia. In 2000 she moved to Madrid where she worked with the Ale-Hop company and The Zarzuela Theater, among others. At the same time, she hosted a local radio show and did voice over work for various animated series. In 2006 she moved to New York and joined The Spanish Repertory Theater, appearing in “La Casa de Bernarda Alba,” “Fuenteovejuna,” and “Quijote.” She also has appeared in various shorts films  as well as the feature length films. She worked with Yolanda Garcia Serrano on “Good Sex, Good Day” (2008) and “Ser o No Cervantes,” which won three HOLA awards. In 2010 she founded Lunadream Productions and made her directorial debut with the play “Yes I Yes,” by Yolanda Garcia Serrano. In 2012 she went to the other side of the camera and directed her first short, “I Want To,” a documentary about women’s rights that was a selection for the 1st Festival of Human Rights, organized by the U.N. That documentary has been picked up by various universities and Spanish schools as an educational aid on the theme of human rights. Noelle has just become a member of SAG-AFTRA.