More Noah Emmerich Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Cellular)Noah Emmerich is known for roles in such films as Peter Weir's The Truman Show opposite Jim Carrey and Laura Linney, Ted Demme's Beautiful Girls with Uma Thurman, Timothy Hutton and Natalie Portman, Cop Land with Sylvester Stallone, Robert DeNiro, and Harvey Keitel, John Woo's Windtalkers opposite Nicolas Cage, Frequency with Dennis Quaid, Beyond Borders opposite Angelina Jolie, Crazy In Alabama directed by Antonio Banderas and opposite Melanie Griffith, Monument Ave with Denis Leary, Martin Sheen and Billy Crudup, and Tumbleweeds with Janet McTeer. He was most recently seen in Gavin O'Connor's Miracle, with Kurt Russell and Patricia Clarkson, and he recently completed filming Sometimes In April with Debra Winger.
Emmerich studied filmmaking at New York University where he wrote and directed the short film The Painter which won the Cine Award in Washington, D.C. and the International Film Festival of Badalona, Spain. His second directing effort, The Date, won the Short Comedy Award at Houston's Worldfest Film Festival. His production company, Sandbox Entertainment, has a production deal with New Line Cinema, where he has several scripts in development.
Biography #3Noah Emmerich, brother of Frequency screenwriter Toby Emmerich, is a prolific actor whose most recent appearances include such recent acclaimed films as Antonio Banderas' Crazy in Alabama, Ted Demme's Life and Gavin O'Connor's Tumbleweeds. His credits also include Peter Weir's The Truman Show; Ted Demme's Monument Ave.; James Mangold's Cop Land; Ted Demme's Beautiful Girls; and John McTiernan's Last Action Hero.
His television film credits include NBC's In the Line of Duty: Smokejumpers, "If Someone Had Known Billy Bob and Jack Reed: A Search for Justice, as well as CBS' Precious Victims. His work in episodic series includes Melrose Place, NYPD Blue and Fox's Flying Blind."
Emmerich is also an accomplished stage actor having appeared in the national tour of A Few Good Men, off-off-Broadway productions of North Shore Fish, Three People, Home Free, Of Mice and Men and Lover and other Strangers, and regional and stock productions of Bedrooms, Biloxi Blues, Little Tales of Misogyny, The Mikado, 'Animal Farm, The Rothschilds and Bells Are Ringing."
He earned a B.A. degree with honors from Yale University and studied at the Yale Drama School Summer Program and with Ron Stetson of Manhattan's Neighborhood Playhouse.
For television, Palomino has appeared on NYPD Blue, Deep Space Nine, Air America, Mike Hammer, Hill Street Blues, and Jake and the Fat Man.
Bio courtesy New Line Cinema (01-Jan-2000)