Noureen DeWulf Books Three Film Roles; Hannah Rose May Joins ‘The Recall’

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EXCLUSIVE: Anger Management alum Noureen DeWulf has booked a trio of indie film roles. She has joined When We First Met, which stars Adam Devine as Noah, who spends a perfect first night with the girl of his dreams (Alexandra Daddario) then spends the next three years wondering what went wrong — until he gets the unexpected chance to travel back in time and change things. DeWulf will play Noah’s assistant, Margo. She also is set to play Teri Webster in writer-director David Chirchirillo’s Good Match, about the fallout of a one-night stand, and Cameron in director Michael Downing’s The Threeway, about a couple who try to reignite the fire in their relationship. Along with co-starring on the Charlie Sheen sitcom Anger Management, DeWulf’s recent credits include the ABC pilot Square Roots, Grandfathered, Life in Pieces and Happy Endings. She is repped by Innovative Artists, Primary Wave Entertainment and Morris Yorn.

Hannah Rose May is set to make her feature debut in The Recall, a sci-fi horror film from director Mauro Borrelli. It revolves around a group of friends who go on a weekend trip to a country house, only to discover a seemingly dangerous local hunter and a much more frightening enemy as Earth becomes the victim of a massive alien invasion. May will play a high-maintenance woman whose playfulness vanishes when it is revealed that her boyfriend has been charged with domestic violence. Filming is set to begin this month in western Canada. May is represented by Leverage Management.

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