Noah Wyle

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Star & Executive Producer, TNT's "The Librarians"


    Noah Wyle: Biography at a Glance

    • Best known for playing Dr. John Carter on “ER”
    • Star and executive producer of TNT’s action-adventure series “The Librarians”
    • Credits include “Falling Skies,” “Pirates of Silicon Valley,” “An American Affair” and “A Few Good Men”
    • Artistic producer of the award-winning production company The Blank Theatre
    • Philanthropic involvement includes work with Doctors of the World, Human Rights Watch, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, ADAPT and Cover the Uninsured Week



    Noah Wyle is an Emmy and Golden Globe nominee who is best known for his award-winning work for 12 seasons on the NBC drama ER. In his role as 'Dr. John Carter,' Noah became known to audiences worldwide.

    Noah is the star and executive producer of TNT’s action-adventure series The Librarians, which was renewed for a fourth season. Wyle plays the role of 'Flynn Carsen,' a highly intelligent and resourceful young hero. In the third season, he made his scriptwriting debut and directed two episodes. The series is based on the trilogy of TV movies, The Librarian series, which Noah also starred in. The trilogy includes The Librarian: Quest for the Spear in 2004, The Librarian: Return to King Solomon’s Mines in 2006 and The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice 2008.

    Noah previously starred in and served as a producer to TNT’s series Falling Skies. His other credits include the critically acclaimed role as 'Steve Jobs' in the Emmy-nominated Pirates of Silicon Valley for TNT. He starred in Oliver Stone’s 2008 drama, W, as the role of Secretary of Commerce, 'Don Evans.' Noah appeared in the Rod Lurie-directed drama Nothing But the Truth alongside Angela Bassett and Kate Beckinsale. In 2009, he was seen in William Olsson’s directed An American Affair, which starred Gretchen Mol. He also starred in and associate produced The Myth of Fingerprints. Noah appeared in several feature films including, Warner Brothers’ White Oleander, Columbia Pictures’ Enough, the independent feature Donnie Darko, Swing Kids, and A Few Good Men. He additionally held a role in the film The Californians in 2005, and played the lead role in Queen of the Lot in 2010.

    Along with his film and television career, Noah is also devoted to theatre. He serves as creative producer of the award-winning Blank Theatre Company. With the company he has appeared on stage in the 1995 production of The 24th Day opposite Peter Berg and the 2006 production of Lobster Alice, where he starred as the surrealist artist 'Salvador Dali.'

    Noah is involved in numerous issue-oriented initiatives including serving as national spokesperson for Cover the Uninsured Week, an unprecedented effort to bring awareness to the 44 million Americans who have no health coverage. In 2012, Wyle additionally advocated his support for the disability rights group ADAPT, a group of activists striving to prevent cuts in Medicaid. His other philanthropic involvement includes work with Doctors of the World, Human Rights Watch and Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.

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