|Who is it?||Actor, Producer|
|Birth Day||March 05, 1922|
|Birth Place||Dallas, Texas, United States|
|Age||98 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||March 28, 2016(2016-03-28) (aged 94)\nNorwalk, Connecticut, U.S.|
|Spouse(s)||Carolyn Coates (m. 1956; d. 2005)|
Returning from the war, Noble studied acting under Lee Strasberg and made appearances in Broadway theatre, and his television career started in soap operas, such as The Brighter Day, As the World Turns, The Doctors and A World Apart. His big screen roles included: Reverend John Witherspoon in the film version of the Broadway musical 1776 (1972); assorted roles as doctors in films such as One Summer Love (1976), 10 (1979) and Promises in the Dark (1979); Kaufman, the president's chief of staff, in Being There (1979); Father O'Flanagan in the comedy sequel Airplane II: The Sequel (1982); Sinclair in A Tiger's Tale (1987); Chief Wilkins in the comedy Paramedics (1988) and Dr. Bailey in Chances Are (1989).
Noble was married to Actress Carolyn Coates from 1956 until her death in 2005. They had one child, a daughter.
Noble had lived with his family in Leonia, New Jersey before moving to California in 1980.
In 2005, he co-founded Open the Gate Pictures with Actress Colleen Murphy, and produced and starred in the short film Glacier Bay which won several awards at film festivals in the United States. Noble played the live action version of Archie Comics character Hiram Lodge in the movie, Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again (1990).
Noble died on March 28, 2016, twenty-three days after his 94th birthday, in Connecticut. A spokesman for Noble's family said that the actor had suffered a stroke the week before his death.