actress Noree Victoria and her family were forcibly removed from a Southwest Airlines flight in an incident that she appears to attribute at least partially to racial discrimination.
Victoria detailed the incident in a series of tweets.
While she was in middle school years she used her intellectual and creative outlets to escape and opting to spend summers in special programs on college.
She used to study drama, painting and creative writing with the help of government subsidized grants and academic scholarships.
What isn't clear is why she and her family were removed.
“We shot the film in the dead of winter in New Jersey and Philadelphia on Creamy Acres, a renowned haunted house attraction.
Finishing her academic studies, she performs arts full time pursuing her creative passion.
She gained recognition in short period of time by winning the Best Actress award in the category at AMTC’s shine which was a national actor’s convention held in Florida.
She was at AMTC where she was contracted by New York Conservatory for the Dramatic ARTs.
Shea was also offered a scholarship to study under the direction of top instructors, focusing on Advanced Film Combat, Scene Study, and Michael Chekhov technique, Voice over, Shakespeare Presentation and Commercials. Talking about her works, Noree Victoria has been appearing in several television productions and films.