|2010, 3 yr. Acting|
Mountview Academy of Performing Arts
|Graduated Acting course at Mountview in 2010. Work whilst training included; The Seagull (Trigorin), Macbeth (Malcolm), As You Like it (Jaques), DNA (Phil) and The Art of Success (Sir Robert Walpole) - all of which helped Noah graduate with a first class degree and being nominated for the Carlton Hobbs Award. Since graduating Noah has been involved in various projects including several off west end plays. His role as Eli Alton in At the Broken Places earned him an Off-West End Best Male nomination 2011. He has also co-written a sitcom that is currently in development and hopes to produce further writing projects. Noah will make his directing debut in February 2013 through his production company Libertine Productions. |
Awards and Nominations
Off West End Best Male 2011 nomination
Carlton Hobbs Award 2010 nomination
Cy Rano Award 2007 (Hurtwood House)
One Stop Arts
"There are good performances all round, but the opening couple of Ted (Noah James) and Chloe (Laura Evelyn) could begin their own comedy series. Though James looks young for the part of a therapist, he plays an obsessive narcissism that is tragic, cringe-worthy and hilarious. With a crooked bow-tie, he inhabited the character from the moment he queued up behind me at the box office and his scenes were a joy to watch."
A younger Theatre
"Noah James's Ted is also touchingly portrayed as the guy who no one wants to go out with."
View from the Gods:
"But probably the most varied of roles goes to Noah James, the personification of each women's madness. He skipped from eerie to academic, wholesome to pained and connected each story."
So So Gay:
"Noah James' performance as the cloaked Monster, a personification of the combined mad psyches of the women, is chilling."
"Noah James' performance as "monster", as he adapted sensitively to the subtleties of each woman's madness, rather than constantly playing the generic "haunting spirit" that this role could have ended up as. (Plus any guy that can pull off a cardigan wins points in our book.)"
"Noah James played a dashing yet beautiful naive Roget"
"Credit must go to Noah James, who builds slowly to a thrilling conflict with Biddle."
London Festival Fringe
"Noah James and Jamie Biddle are petrifying as they coax each other into an overly-believable gun-wielding oblivion..."
British Theatre Guide
"The relationship between Nic (Jamie Biddle) and Eli (Noah James) who are cast as the two murderers is genuinely intriguing to watch... there are a few extremely unsettling moments in which they find they relate rather too well to their characters."
|Any other information|
|Noah will be performing in the following productions;|
Greg in Hatchling (Rehearsed reading)
Old Red Lion
Noah will be Directing:
Stop Kiss at Leicester Square Theatre
February 18th - March 9th
|Sports; football, badminton, rugby, tennis and swimming. Basic stage combat, basic horse riding, full driving license, photo and video editing skills, organization skills, writing and devising experience, currently learning to play piano.|
|Accents (UK)||Cockney, Essex, London, Northern England, Northern Irish, Northern Working Class, RP, Scottish, South London, Southern England|
|Accents (North American)||Boston, Californian, French Canadian, General American, New York City, Southern American|
|Interested in||Comedy, Commercials, Film (Professional), Improvisation, Modelling, Panto, Presenting, Radio, Rehearsed Readings, Theatre (Fringe), Theatre (Professional), Theatre (Touring), TV, Voice Over|
|Experienced in||Comedy, Corporate, Film (Student), Presenting, Radio, Rehearsed Readings, Theatre (Fringe), Theatre (Professional), Theatre (Touring), TIE/TYA, TV, Voice Over|
|General Singing Skills||Advanced|
|Specific Singing Skills||Tenor|
|General Dance Skills||Ballet, Ballroom, Contemporary, Latin American, Rock & Roll, Salsa, Swing, Tango|
|Stage Combat Skills||Yes|
|Driving Licences|| Standard|
|Perform nude?||Only Professionally|