Peter Noah

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Peter Noah is an American television writer and producer. His brother is journalist Timothy Noah, and his nephew is Maroon 5 frontman, Adam Levine.[1]


He served as an executive producer and regular writer for the NBC drama The West Wing. Noah first became involved with the series as a consulting producer and regular writer for the fifth season and was promoted to supervising producer before the season's end. He continued in this role for the sixth season before becoming an executive producer for the seventh and final season.

Along with his fellow producers he was nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series for three consecutive years (2004–2006) for his work on The West Wing. In 2006 he was also nominated for the WGA award for best dramatic series. Noah went on to executive produce The West Wing star Jimmy Smits's next series Cane.

In the mid-90's, he created the short-lived sitcom Dweebs (1995) and co-created another short-lived sitcom, Mr. Rhodes (1996-1997). He has also written on The Firm,[2] Scandal, Kingdom, Designated Survivor, and The Diplomat.


  1. ^ Govan, Chloé (October 14, 2013). Maroon 5: Shooting for the Stars. ISBN 9781783230037 – via Google Books.
  2. ^ Vlessing, Elan (May 16, 2011). "Entertainment One is to shoot the NBC/Global Television series based on the John Grisham novel starting this summer". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved May 29, 2011.

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