Mansoor Noor

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Born in Brisbane, Mansoor made his debut performance in "Billy Goat Gruff and the Baby Troll" in Grade 6. Years later, he went on to complete a Bachelor of Film and Screen Media Production at Griffith Film School, before deciding it was time to pursue his passion for performance in front of the camera and on the stage.
Before Actor's Centre Australia Mansoor played supporting character Harold Speldewinde in ABC's "Singapore 1942" directed by Don Featherstone, and was also a lead in a trial series for ABC3 titled "Shifters". 

In the last two years Mansoor has also been supervising producer on indie feature film "500 Miles", which recently premiered at the Palm Beach International Film Festival and is currently being considered by three distributors, Mansoor is also about to play the lead in the next indie feature from the same creators titled, "The Arrangement", an Australian/Middle Eastern rom-com about an arranged marriage gone wrong.