James Noble (actor)

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James Noble
Born (1922-03-05) March 5, 1922 (age 92)
Dallas, Texas
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Carolyn Coates

James Noble (born March 5, 1922) is an American actor, born in Dallas, Texas, best known for his portrayal of Governor Eugene Gatling on the 1980s sitcom Benson.

Noble began his career in soap operas, most notably The Brighter Day, As the World Turns, The Doctors, and A World Apart. His big screen roles include Reverend John Witherspoon in the 1972 film of the Broadway musical 1776. In 2005, he co-founded Open the Gate Pictures with actress Colleen Murphy, and produced and starred in the highly acclaimed short film Glacier Bay. The film won several awards in various film festivals around the country.

Noble played the live action version of Archie Comics character Hiram Lodge in the movie, Archie: To Riverdale and Back Again (1990).

Noble was married to actress Carolyn Coates (born 1927) until her death in 2005.


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it seems to my knowledge he is wrighting reviews and quite possibly a book. "Queen Guinevere" by James Archer [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons “Queen Guinevere” by James Archer [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Some of you may remember a post I did a while back on “Guinevereian fiction,” i.e. Arthurian legend that’s focused on Guinevere. I came across this article from the Medievalists’ site and wanted to share in case any of you were interested. While, as you will see, there’s a lot I don’t agree with in this article, I’m happy anytime someone brings the role of Guinevere to the forefront of discussion in Arthurian legend, which is usually focused on the men.

Guinevere, the Superwoman of Contemporary Arthurian Fiction By James Noble http://nicoleevelina.com/2013/11/24/provoking-thought-on-the-character-of-guinevere/