Noah Wyle Biography
Birthday: June 4, 1971 (Gemini)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Noah Wyle is an American actor known for his work in films, TV, and theatre. He is most popular for his role of Dr. John Carter in the medical drama series ‘ER,’ which was about the inner life of the emergency room (ER) in a fictional hospital and portrayed the critical issues faced by the physicians and staff. Starting his career with TV shows, he eventually ventured into films as well. His works on the big screen include a supporting role in the Oscar-nominated legal drama film ‘A Few Good Men’. The film was about the court-martial of two US Marines after the murder of a fellow officer. Over the course of his career, he has played minor and major roles in several TV productions and films, earning a name for himself as an actor to reckon with. Other than his works on TV and cinema, he is also known for his philanthropic endeavors. He often devotes his time to the non-profit organization ‘Doctors of the World’. He is known for supporting various causes such as animal rights and is also a spokesperson for the World Wildlife Fund. In his career so far, he has been nominated for five Emmy Awards and three Golden Globes. He has won a Prism Award and a TV Guide Award.