Noah Gray-Cabey

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Noah Gray-Cabey
Noah Gray-Cabey, 2006 2.jpg
Gray-Cabey, 2006
Born (1995-11-16) November 16, 1995 (age 22)
Chicago, Illinois, US
Education Paraclete High School (Lancaster, California)
Alma mater Harvard University
Occupation Actor
Pianist
Years active 2001–present
Website http://www.noahgraycabey.com/
Gray-Cabey in 2009

Noah Gray-Cabey (born November 16, 1995) is an American actor and pianist. He is best known for his roles in the television series My Wife and Kids and Heroes. He has appeared on the television shows Ripley's Believe It or Not, 48 Hours, The Tonight Show, Good Morning America and The Oprah Winfrey Show.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

Gray-Cabey was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Whitney Gray and Shawn Cabey, and raised in Newry, Maine. He started playing piano using a toy keyboard. He has claimed in an interview that by the time he reached the age of four in 1999, he decided that he wanted to play a real piano. In 2004, he moved with his family to California.

Gray-Cabey was educated at Paraclete High School, a Roman Catholic college preparatory high school in Lancaster, California. After graduating in June 2011, he attended Harvard University.

Career[edit]

Musician[edit]

At age four, Gray-Cabey performed in several venues throughout New England and Washington. He journeyed to Jamaica for his first tour with the New England Symphonic Ensemble. In July 2001, Gray-Cabey continued on to Australia, and at age five, became the youngest soloist ever to perform with an orchestra at the Sydney Opera House, as well as the Queensland Conservatory and the International Convention in Brisbane.

Gray-Cabey has recorded a CD together with his family. They perform pieces by J. S. Bach, Haydn and Vivaldi, among others. The CD also contains recordings of him playing when he was 4 years old.[2]

Gray-Cabey's parents started Action in Music (A.I.M.), a project intended to help children develop their musical talents and give them opportunities to perform in other countries. The money raised from the concerts are donated to hospitals and orphanages in those countries.[3]

Acting[edit]

Gray-Cabey made his feature film debut as Joey Dury in Lady in the Water.

His career in television began in December 2001. He appeared on My Wife & Kids playing the recurring role of Franklin Aloysius Mumford. He also acted in roles in TV series including Grey's Anatomy, CSI: Miami, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Ghost Whisperer. On the superhero television series Heroes, he performed the role Micah Sanders, a major character. Sanders is able to control machines and is the son of Niki Sanders and D.L. Hawkins.

Gray-Cabey has been rumored to be chosen to portray Cloak in the Marvel Television Universe/Marvel Cinematic Universe television adaptation of Cloak and Dagger.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 48 Hours Himself
2002–2005 My Wife and Kids Franklin Aloysius Mumford Recurring role (season 3); main role (seasons 4–5): 58 episodes
2004 CSI: Miami Stevie Valdez Episode: "Pro Per"
2006 Grey's Anatomy Shawn Beglight Episode: "What Have I Done to Deserve This?"
Ghost Whisperer Jameel Fisher Episode: "Fury"
Lady in the Water Joey Dury Film
2006–2009 Heroes Micah Sanders Main role (seasons 1–2); recurring role (season 3): 29 episodes
2009 Limelight Romeo TV movie
Family Guy N/A Voice role; episode: "Quagmire's Baby"
2010 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Steve Reppling Episode: "Neverland"
2011 Pizza Man Noah Sanders Film
2015–2016 Heroes Reborn Micah Sanders Recurring role, 4 episodes
2016–2017 Code Black Eliot Dixon Recurring role, 15 episodes

References[edit]

  1. ^ Noah Gray-Cabey on IMDb
  2. ^ "A.I.M. Store". Archived from the original on 2007-08-23. Retrieved 2007-09-03. 
  3. ^ Gray, Whitney. "A.I.M". actioninmusic.com. Archived from the original on 2007-08-25. Retrieved 2007-09-19. 
  4. ^ Williams, Caleb (January 24, 2017). "RUMOR: Noah Gray-Cabey and Debby Ryan Up For Marvel's 'Cloak & Dagger'?". omegaunderground.com. Retrieved March 13, 2017. 

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