Noah Bean

Noah Bean

actor, director, editor

Noah Bean was born on Aug 20, 1978 in USA. Noah Bean's big-screen debut came with Stay directed by Marc Forster in 2005, strarring Clerk / Student Guide. Noah Bean is known for King Richard directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green, Will Smith stars as Richard Williams and Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor as Oracene 'Brandy' Williams. The most recent award Noah Bean achieved is Big Apple Film Festival and Screenplay Competition. The upcoming new tvshow Noah Bean plays is The Endgame - Season 1 which will be released on Feb 21, 2022.

Noah attended Boston University, College of Fine Arts in addition to studying at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) before moving to New York City.He got his first big break taking over the lead role, only days before opening, in Brian Friel's 'Philadelphia Here I Come!' at the acclaimed Williamstown Theater Festival. Other stage work includes New York premieres of Jordan Harrison's Pulitzer Prize nominated play 'Marjorie Prime' with Lois Smith and Steven Root, at Playwrights Horizons, as well as another Pulitzer Prize nominated play, 'Yellow Face', by David Henry Hwang, at The Public Theater. He has worked at many other New York off-Broadway theaters including a world premiere theatrical adaptation of Tennessee Williams' unproduced screenplay 'One Arm' from acclaimed director Moises Kaufman, at The New Group. Outside of New York City, Noah has worked at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and many regional theaters across the United States; including a production of 'Bus Stop' at the Huntington Theater (for which he was nominated for both an Elliot Norton Award and an IRNE Award for best lead actor), 'Othello' at The Old Globe with Blair Underwood in the title role, David Mamet's 'Romance' at the Mark Taper Forum (Garland Award nomination for best supporting actor), 'Our Town' opposite Bryce Dallas Howard, among many others.Noah found a strong pathway into television and film work after playing 'David Connor' on FX's Emmy winning series "Damages" opposite Glenn Close and Rose Byrne. He went on to work as series regular on several other television shows as well as numerous guest credits and recurring arcs, including an appearance on the HBO Martin Scorsese series "Vinyl" as music legend David Bowie.He lives with his wife and daughter between Los Angles and NYC.

  • Birthday

    Aug 20, 1978
  • Place of Birth

    Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Also known


Known For


1 wins & 0 nominations

Big Apple Film Festival and Screenplay Competition
The Pill (2011)
Winner - NY Emerging Talent Award

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