Hair: Light blonde
Eyes: Pale Blue
Playing Age: 48+
Noelle is originally from Cork and has been a freelance actor since 1987. Her recent Theatre, TV and Performance work includes: The Unmanageable Sisters (Abbey Theatre), Postscript (Abbey Theatre/ Peacock) Ripper Street (Tiger Aspect) Fair City (RTE) Speeches of Note (Pavillion Dun Laoghaire) Something Unspoken (Bewley’s Café Theatre) The Touching Contract (Jesse Jones and Sarah Browne) and Monday’s Child (Barnstorm/UK Tour & Irish Tour)
Previous work at the Abbey Theatre includes: Dancing at Lughnasa (Australian Tour/Irish Tour and Gaiety run) Romeo and Juliet, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Sarcophagus (Peacock) Ghosts (Peacock and New York) and En suite (Peacock).
She has appeared at the Gate Theatre in Peer Gynt, Eccentricities of a Nightingale, Jane Eyre, A Christmas Carol, Pride and Prejudice and Anna Karenina.
Other theatre work includes: Sharon’s Grave, Learning to Love Doreen Nolan (Druid) Bogboy (Tall Tales Irish Arts Centre New-York) The Whisperers (Rough Magic Edinburgh Festival) Plasticine (Corcadorca) Anatomy of a Seagull (Loose Canon) Zoe’s Play (Ark and Kennedy Centre Washington) Woman and Scarecrow (Blood in the Alley Irish Tour and the Centre Culturel Irlandais Paris) Factory Girls (Shirt Factory Derry, Milennium Forum and Irish Tour) Juno and The Paycock (ART/Cork Opera House/Irish Tour) The Importance of Being Honest (Bewley’s Café Theatre) Listowel Syndrome and Polar Night (Dublin Fringe Festival) Ladies and Gentlemen (Glass House/Project Arts Centre) The Plains of Enna and Wired to the Moon (Fishamble), Happy Birthday Dear Alice, Deathtrap and The Constant Couple (Red Kettle) Translations, The Scatterin’and Borstal Boy (Gaiety) Hang all the Harpers (Dubbeljoint/ Dublin Theatre Festival and Irish Tour) Starchild (Storytellers) Speaking in Tongues (Civic Theatre) The Native Ground (Team) Fear of Feathers (Wet Paint) The Illusion (Charabanc) As You Like It, Hamlet, The Merchant of Venice and Macbeth (Second Age).
Other Television and Film Credits include: Father Ted (Channel 4) Veronica Guerin (Touchstone) Bogwoman (Hindsight Films) Damage (Subotica) The Governor (BBC) Glenroe, On Home Ground, The Clinic, No Tears, Making the Cut, The Ambassador, Bachelor’s Walk, Upwardly Mobile, Molloy (RTÈ) The Politician (Fontenoy Films) Day One (RTÉ Shortcuts) and The Secret of the Cave (Zach C. Gray). She has worked extensively for B.B.C. Radio 4 appearing in numerous Radio plays and reading Short Stories.
Noelle is also a writer director and theatre maker.Further information on her work can be found on her website http://noellebrown.com/