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Biography #2Jack Noseworthy will next be seen in Cecil B. Demented for director John Waters opposite Melanie Griffith, and Unconditional Love for director P.J. Hogan, opposite Rupert Everett, Kathy Bates and Dan Aykroyd. Additionally, Noseworthy has completed production on the independent films The Sterling Chase and The Clean And Narrow.
Well known for his starring role in MTV's first dramatic series Dead At 21, Noseworthy made his feature film debut in the hit comedy Encino Man, which he soon followed with the critically-acclaimed drama Alive.
His additional feature film credits include Idle Hands, Breakdown, Event Horizon, The Trigger Effect, Barb Wire, SFW, The Brady Bunch Movie and Mojave Moon.
An accomplished singer and dancer, Noseworthy joined the national tour of Cats and the original company of Jerome Robbins' Broadway, and has the distinction of being the last person ever hired to join the legendary Broadway company of A Chorus Line. He has received a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and Drama-Logue Award for Best Actor for his starring role as Alan Strang in the critically-acclaimed Los Angeles production of Equus at the West Coast Ensemble.
Noseworthy's television credits include the Hallmark Hall of Fame production of A Place for Annie, the Emmy Award-nominated PBS/American Playhouse telefilm Mrs. Cage, a series regular role on the CBS comedy Teech, and an episode of True Tales, in which he played the young Thomas Edison.
Bio courtesy Universal Pictures (01-Jan-2000)