John Noble

As Walter Bishop

John Noble
DCL

John Noble is an Australian stage, film and television actor, as well as a theater director of more than 80 plays. Early in his career, Noble was the Artistic Director of the Stage Company of South Australia for ten years, during which he was involved in South Australia's cultural explosion. He performed with all of the state's major arts companies, and produced over 70 new Australian plays.

As an actor, he is best known for his role as Denethor in "The Lord of the Rings," for which he won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Ensemble Cast and a Broadcast Film Critics Association USA Award for Best Ensemble Cast. Noble's television guest roles include "24," "Journeyman," "The Unit," "Lost Treasure of Fiji," "Home and Away," "Stargate SG-1," "The Mystery of Natalie Wood," "Stingers," "The Lost World Series III," "Superfire," "The Outsider," "The Bill," "Big Sky," "Police Rescue," "Water Rats," "Timetrax," "Above the Law," "The Young Lions," "Tales of the South Pacific" and "Dark Matters."

Noble has had a semi-regular role on "All Saints" as the neurosurgeon Dr. John Madsen, and has appeared in the miniseries "Hills End," and films "The Dreaming," "Nostradamus Kid," "A Sting in the Tail," "Call Me Mr. Brown," "Airtight," "The Monkeys Mask," "A Virtual Nightmare," "One Night with the King" and "Running Scared."

Noble lives in Sydney, Australia.

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