Noelle P. Wilson
Noelle P. Wilson, playwright
Noelle P. Wilson is a writer, actor and director born and raised in Brooklyn, New York.
As an actor, Noelle has worked across television, film and web in such shows and projects as The Knick (Cinemax), Law & Order: SVU (NBC), Ray Donovan (Showtime), All My Friends are Married (web) and Beyond the Grid (film). Her acting studies have taken her from Australia to England and back home again, studying under such renowned teachers as Bob Krakower, Seth Barrish and Jon Shear.
Noelle has directed over half a dozen short plays by Emmy winning writer Seth Freeman, three of which were voted Audience Favorites at various festivals throughout NYC.
As a writer, Noelle has studied under filmmaker Ela Thier, playwright Brooke Berman and TV writer and showrunner Jerry Perzigian. She has written two original pilots – one of which was a finalist for The Orchard Project Episodic Lab in 2018 - multiple web series, and is currently working on a verbatim play. At present, Noelle is getting her M.F.A. in TV Writing and Production at Stony Brook University under Alan Kingsberg. She is most grateful to be part of the collaborating team bringing to life Salon Séance. In what little spare time she has, Noelle enjoys the challenge of running. Her husband is a marathoner who can complete 26.2 miles in around the same time Noelle can complete 13.1 and they are perfectly happy with that balance in the relationship. Together, the couple resides in Queens with their four plants.