Fan-favorite John Noble has joined the Sleepy Hollow cast in the recurring role of Henry Parrish. He first appears in Sleepy Hollow episode 6, "The Sin Eater," which airs on November 4. The mesmerizing actor follows up his role of Walter Bishop on Fringe more
John Noble is joining the cast of "Sleepy Hollow" on Monday (Nov. 4), but the new show will get another familiar TV face later this season. David Fonteno, one of the many recurring judges from "The Good Wife's" stellar guest star roster, will drop by seve more
Plenty of science fiction fans know John Noble. After playing Walter Bishop on Fox’s Fringe for five seasons, Noble has established himself an actor capable of elevating any drama. Furthermore, he established a relationship with Sleepy Hollow writers more
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Aug 28, 2013 4:24PM EDT
It looks like Alicia ( Julianna Margulies ) will be getting a blast from the past this season on The Good Wife — but there's a (creepy) twist!
Fringe alum John Noble , who first appeared on the CBS legal drama last season, will...
John Noble is set to make his first post-Fringe television appearance on CBS's The Good Wife this Sunday March 24, at 9/8c. The series follows Alicia Florrick (Julianna Marguiles) a woman who goes back to work as a litigator after a 13-year absence when h more
Actor John Noble, a fan favorite on ‘Fringe’, the underrated but much beloved FOX sci-fi series that just came to a close last month, will be guest-starring in an upcoming episode of The Good Wife . It seems that lead actress Julianna Margulies let it s more
The countdown to the end of Fringe continues with only three hours remaining. John Noble (Walter) called in from Australia to discuss the series finale with reporters yesterday. He was reflective of his time on the show and had nothing but praise about t more
As FRINGE winds down, one of the most complex relationships the series has been nurturing — the father-son dynamic between Walter and Peter — is on shaky ground: as Peter continues to morph into an Observer, Walter is blissfully unaware, still depending o more