Nora Zerouali Hall is a Moroccan-American actress, currently based in Los Angeles. Born to Houria (née Zerouali) and Steve Hall. Her mother is Moroccan, from Fes, and her father, who is American, is of Scottish and Irish descent.
She was born on October 3 in Fullerton, California where she fell in love with theatre at a young age. Nora began acting at Berkley, a local private preschool. She continued to act in theatre throughout her adolescent and young adult years, landing notable roles such as Jean-Louise Finch(Scout) in To Kill a Mockingbird and May in Sam Shepard's Fool for Love.
She continued to act at California State University of Long Beach where she received her Bachelors Degree in Theatre with an emphasis in Performance (2014).
Nora has been making more moves in the Film/TV world, where she landed the lead role in mumble-core indie feature, "Stockton to Malone" (2014) and soon after landed the lead, "Zephra" in SAG short, "Love is a Four Letter Word" (2015).
Nora has studied under mentors, Hugh O'Gorman and Andrea Caban. As well as studied with the likes of: Steppenwolf Theatre Company, David Razowsky, Alexandra Billings, Kim Rubenstein and Jeff Perry, to name a few.