It’s never too late to get into the game. Just ask Bailey Noble.
The 25-year-old, who has starred on “True Blood” and can now be seen in the horror movie “Martyrs,” tells Made in Hollywood that she began taking acting seriously six years ago.
“I was always interested in acting, but I never fully pursued it until I was, like, 19 years old,” she said.
Noble says she studied acting at DeSales University for musical theater for one year. The starlet advises anyone interested in acting to do the same. “Take a lot of classes and be persistent—because if you really want it and work hard, it’ll happen.”
In “Martyrs,” Noble stars as a woman named Anna who is traumatized by the abuse she suffered as a child at an orphanage. She reunites with her childhood friend Lucie (actress Troian Bellisario), also a former victim, and confronts the people response for their agony.
The film directed by Kevin and Michael Goetz is a remake of the 2008 French cult film of the same name. “Martyrs” opens Friday and will be available on VOD/DVD/Bly-ray on Feb. 2.