Noel Webb (musician)
|Occupation||Violinist, Composer, Actor, Voice Actor|
Noel has performed both as a solo jazz violinist and as a symphony violinist. His notoriety initially came as he performed with the Boston Youth Symphony orchestra at age 14. His latest LP album, Give it All, was released in 2009. He recently experimented with techno on "The Big Bang," a single released in 2007.
Webb was a principal actor on the television soap opera General Hospital, a recurring character on Mad About You, and a co-star on FBI: The Untold Stories. He was a star of several films and movies of the week including The Alamo, Young Riders, The Menendez Brothers and Reluctant Agent, was featured on commercials by McDonalds, Honda, Emery, NBC Promo, a CBS Promo, and narrated many A&E Biographies, TNN Biographies, and movie trailers.
As a composer Webb has written film scores for several movies, television shows, trailers, and commercials including trailers for A History of Violence, The Butterfly Effect, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Seabiscuit, Ray, Storm in the Afternoon, and The Crow.
- Storm Dance (1996)
- Satin Sheets (2000)
- The Soul of (2003)
- "The Big Bang" (single) (2007)
- Give it All (2009)
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