CurryBear Interviews Noureen DeWulf
A fan of Curry Bear sent him a picture and begged him to do an interview with an Indian actress he had a crush on. Well, Curry Bear never disappoints his fans so he did some research. So after stalking her for days, and finally charming her with my good looks and a years supply of curry, I got the interview. Curry Bear got a chance to catch up with one of the hottest desi actresses, in Hollywood. Noureen Dewulf has been on shows like Girlfriends, Numb3rs, Love Inc., and even had a small part in the movie Ocean’s 13. She was even the star of the Oscar winning short film West Bank Story. She is of Indian Muslim Decent, but was born in New York according to IMDB. She can be seen in her future project as Maliah in “The Strip” and Delilah in “Killer Pad” (no reference to the song, “Hey There Delilah” even though Curry Bear does sing that to her when she calls me). Also, Noureen will play Jizminder Featherfoot in the football comedy “The Comebacks” releasing Oct. 26. 2007. If you all watch this movie, you will get laid by an Asian massage therapist. True Story.
CB: Lets begin by congratulating you on all your success. Being Ranked number 100 on Maxim’s Hot 100 (2007) is really cool. How did it feel knowing that every desi kid will be putting your pictures all over his college dorm room?
CB: Haha, very elegantly put. Now you have been on a lot of TV shows. Curry Bear is a big fan of TV. What are your current favorite Television shows that you can’t miss?
NDW: Entourage, John from Cincinnati, Big Love, Flight of the Choncords, re-runs of Sex in the City… I also really love the Australian show Kath and Kim, another Australian show called the Nominees, and of course The Office and 30 Rock are up there too…for a while I was addicted to 24…
CB: You would make an awesome sexy terrorist on 24. However, you should play a slutty one so you can seduce Jack Bauer. What is unique about you is that not only are you drop dead gorgeous, but you’re really funny. One of the funniest women I have seen on television. Where do you get your sense of humor?
NDW: “laughter is the tonic”–Charlie Chaplin
CB: We are going to test your desi knowledge. Give us a quote from an Indian Bollywood movie…and name the movie it’s from. Oh ,and no using IMDB either!
NDW: “Can I call you santa?” — from Mr. and Mrs. Iyer
CB: Out of all the Hindi movies you picked a quote in English? Well played DeWulf…well played. Now Curry Bear likes to research people he interviews. I spent hours and hours looking at pictures of you (for research only of course). I noticed you have a tattoo. The letter “jeem” (J) in Urdu. What does it stand for?
NDW: J for someone very special
CB: Curry Bear also has the same exact tattoo, except his J is for Jack Bauer. Now it’s hard growing up when parents try to raise their child with their old country values while they try to live your life as an average American kid. What would you recommend to all the girls out there who are in similar situations right now? Should they listen to their parents or try to escape from Alcatraz?
NDW: start swimming but take your cell phone, you might need to call home…
CB: When I told my dad I wanted to be a pretend bear that makes comics and blogs all day long, my dad beat me with a cricket bat. Now that I’m paying his M3 Payments, he isn’t complaining. So of course Curry Bear is going to ask what every aspiring desi model/actress wants to know. What do your parents think of you acting or do they still think you’re in your room right now watching Duck Tales?
NDW: I was never a fan of the tv show Duck Tales, but I did spend a fair amount of time playing Duck Tales on Nintendo…so I’m gonna go with the latter.
CB: You were not a fan of Duck Tales?! Friendship OVER!! Ok just kidding. Now think of the silliest role you could play on a show. What would it be, other than the lover of a pretend bear, who eats curry like its hunny?
NDW: I dont know , the lover of a pretend bear who eats curry like hunny is pretty amazing, kind of hard to top on the silly scale
CB: Yeah, I guess I am kind of Awesome like that. So tell us what is not awesome. In other words what is your biggest pet peeve?
CB: What Curry Bear loves about you when reading your Maxim Interview, which every little desi boy should sneak out and buy, is how you answered questions about your religion. In a post 9/11 world, it’s easy to try and avoid this question or simply answer it by saying you’re not a practicing Muslim, but it takes courage to keep that identity specially, when you’re criticized by Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Is it hard to keep a little piece of your religion in a place like Hollywood?
NDW: At times it is hard, I don’t want to disappoint anyone… but it is my obligation to myself that I should be true to who I am even if I appear to be a paradox.
CB: And finally before you go please say something nice about Curry Bear so I can tell my kids about the first compliment I received from their mother.
NDW: oh Curry, you make me laugh.
Check out this video. It is a collection of a lot of her work.
Click below for more pictures that Noureen has given to Curry Bear personally.
Yeah I’d like to sack her. (and the joke is no good!)
Yeah this is the picture her mom sent my mom for ristha.
(sigh) She schoo pwetty