Bruce Walter Timm is an American artist, character designer, writer and actor. He is best known for his contributions building the modern DC Comics animated franchise, the DC animated universe. Timm was born on February 1961, in Oklahoma, the third of four children, his father was his mother worked for the phone company. Timm's family first moved to Ohio when Timm was two years old, to California when Timm was five or six. Timm's early career in animation was varied, he worked for numerous other employers, including Ralph Bakshi, Don Bluth Productions, attempted to find work at Marvel Comics and DC Comics, but without luck. In 1988 he worked at DiC on The Real Ghostbusters for one season joined Warner Bros. in 1989. At Warner, Timm worked on Tiny Toon Adventures. However, Timm is best known for his subsequent work on the animated series based on various DC Comics superheroes, popularly referred to as the "DCAU". Along with his Tiny Toons partner Eric Radomski, Timm co-created and produced the Emmy Award-winning Batman: The Animated Series, which premiered on September 5, 1992, went on to co-create and produce Superman: The Animated Series, The New Batman Adventures, Batman Beyond, Static Shock.
He served as producer on the feature-length Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker before taking the helm as creator and producer of the animated version of Justice League, which debuted in November 2001. Timm was the producer and creator of Green Lantern: The Animated Series; because of a mistake in the first season end credits of Teen Titans animated series, Timm is mistaken for an executive producer, despite having little to do with the production. Although he shared character designer duties on Superman: The Animated Series and Justice League with James Tucker, Timm did all the original character designs for Batman: The Animated Series himself. DC universe animated series, including Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, Batman Beyond, other DC-set works associated with Timm art styles, are referred to by fans as "The Timmverse" of DC comics, relating to those series' distillation of popular storylines from the comic book versions or the outright introduction of new characters or relationships.
His 2008 project Batman: Gotham Knight is a departure from the "Timmverse" style, with Timm in a producer role collaborating with Japanese animators on a direct-to-DVD anthology that takes place between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. In 2013, following the release of The Dark Knight Returns animated feature, Timm stepped down as DC animation supervising producer. Though Timm still works at Warner Brothers, he will no longer be producing DC Universe Original Animated Movies. Although in 2014, it was announced that Timm will be an executive producer on Justice League: Gods and Monsters, Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles, Batman: The Killing Joke. In 2013, he worked with Man of Steel director Zack Snyder, in creating a 75th anniversary short of Superman. In 2014, he released Batman: Strange Days, an animated short celebrating the 75th anniversary of Batman and an homage to one of Hugo Strange's first appearances in the comic books. Though Timm does not work as an actor, he has played several characters in the animated series he has been involved in.
His cameos include the episode of Batman: The Animated Series, "Beware the Gray Ghost", playing the toy shop owner, as himself in the episode of The New Batman Adventures, "Holiday Knights", as the leader of the Jokerz gang in Batman Beyond, which he joked he did under duress and was "Emmy Award-winning material". More he appeared in an animated form in Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode "Legends of the Dark Mite" in a comic book convention parody scene, where he was wearing Joker's costume, along with Paul Dini wearing Harley Quinn's costume. Prior to that he was animated in The Batman, appearing as a mental patient in Arkham, he played a guard in the direct-to-video animated film Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. Timm made a cameo appearance in the 2009 film Green Lantern: First Flight as Bug Boy, played The Riddler in the 2010 film Batman: Under the Red Hood, Galius Zed in the 2011 film Green Lantern: Emerald Knights. While Timm is known for his work in animation, his first ambition was to become a comic-book artist and has thus produced several one-shots and miniseries for DC Comics.
In the 1980s, he made some mini-comics for Masters of the Universe. In 1994, Timm and writer Paul Dini won the Eisner Award for Best Single Story for Batman Adventures: Mad Love. Timm won the same prize the next year as well, for Batman Adventures Holiday Special, with Dini, Ronnie del Carmen, others. Timm was involved with Batman Adventures and has worked on Avengers and Vampirella, he is a popular cover and pin-up artist. In 2000, he did the art for Flinch. Bruce Timm co-created Harl
Bruce Davison is an American actor and director of television and theater. Davison is well known for his starring role as Willard Stiles in the cult horror films Willard and Willard, as well as his Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe-winning performance in Longtime Companion, as Thomas Semmes in the HBO original movie Vendetta, he featured prominently in the X-Men film franchise – through X-Men and X2 – as antagonist Senator Robert Kelly. More Davison appeared in Fred Schepisi's Words and Pictures, had a recurring role on The Fosters and shares the screen with Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick in Get a Job. Davison was born June 28, 1946 in Philadelphia, the son of Marian E. a secretary, Clair W. Davison, a musician and draftsman for the Army Engineers, his parents divorced. He was raised by his mother, spent weekends with his father, he graduated in 1964 from Marple Newtown Senior High School, entered Penn State as an art major, stumbled into acting when he accompanied a friend to an audition.
He attended New York University's acting program, graduating in 1969. Davison made his Broadway debut in Tiger at the Gates in 1968, he appeared as John Merrick in The Elephant Man, starred in The Glass Menagerie with Jessica Tandy. Davison was one of a quartet of newcomers, including Barbara Hershey, Richard Thomas, Catherine Burns when he made his film debut in Last Summer in 1969. In 1970, he played opposite Kim Darby in the film about peaceful student protest and its violent outcome The Strawberry Statement. A year he portrayed the title role in the 1971 version of Willard, the first of two, as of the year 2015, to have been based on the novel Ratman's Notebooks, he appeared in Ulzana's Raid, Mame, Jugs & Speed, Short Eyes,The Lathe of Heaven, Six Degrees of Separation. In 1978, he appeared as Dean Torrence with Richard Hatch in the made-for-TV biopic Deadman's Curve; the same year, he played the title role in the TV movie adaptation Summer Of My German Soldier. In 1981 he had the lead role in The Wave, based on real events, starring as a history teacher who had conducted an experiment in Nazi philosophy on his own students.
Davison starred in Tales from the Darkside, Season 1, Episode 8 and played the role of the father in the short-lived Harry and the Hendersons TV series. In 1983, Davison was cast by Joseph Papp in the Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival production of King Richard III. Additional Off-Broadway credits include Love Letters, The Cocktail Hour, Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize-winning play How I Learned to Drive, he played the role of Ruby in the 1985 comedy Spies Like Us, starring Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase. In 1990, he portrayed a gay man; the role earned Davison a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture. He concluded his Golden Globe acceptance speech with the hope that humankind would devote as much effort to the war on AIDS as its wars against each other. Davison appeared in other movies addressing AIDS: In 1995's The Cure, he portrayed a physician sought by a young boy with AIDS in search of medical help.
In 1996, Davison appeared in the film It's My Party, which chronicled the true events of a man dying with AIDS who decides to hold a farewell party for family and friends before taking his own life. Davison's website states he is a spokesperson for many AIDS-related groups and is a board member of the industry AIDS organization Hollywood Supports. In Los Angeles, Davison has appeared on stage in Streamers and The Normal Heart, winning the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and Drama-Logue Award for his performances. Other theatre credits include The Caine Mutiny Court Martial and a stage adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird, he is familiar to movie audiences from his roles in Runaway Jury, Apt Pupil, his role as Senator Robert Kelly in the X-Men movie franchise. Though his character died in the first film, Davison appeared in X2 as a shapeshifting impostor of Kelly, he was the fanatical Reverened Samuel Parris in Arthur Miller's screen adaptation of his play The Crucible. Davison portrayed a rich philanthropist in the movie Christmas Angel.
Davison's many television credits include Hunter, in which he was a semi-regular for at least one season, Marcus Welby, M. D. Love, American Style, The Waltons, Lou Grant, She Wrote, Designing Women, Chicago Hope, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, V: The Series, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise, Battlestar Galactica, Lost, CSI: Miami, Ghost Whisperer, Hawaii Five-0, the Stephen King mini-series Kingdom Hospital, a recurring role on The Practice. Davison had the recurring role of defense attorney Doug Hellman in Close to Home. In 2001, Davison directed the TV film Off Season, which starred Sherilyn Fenn, Rory Culkin, Hume Cronyn, Adam Arkin. In 2007, Davison returned to the big screen. In that year, Davison was cast in the role of Charles Graiman, a protege of Wilton Knight, the creator of the Knight Industries Three Thousand in NBC's revival of the television series Knight Rider. Davison played the role of Dr. Silberman, the psychiatrist who once tormented Sarah Connor, in the seventh episode of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
He portrayed Nick Anderson, a secret Santa Claus, in the TV movie Christmas Angel, in 2009. In May 2010, Davison was cast to portray art dealer Wilhelm Van Schlagel for several episodes on ABC's General Hospital to begin ai
DC Comics, Inc. is an American comic book publisher. It is the publishing unit of DC Entertainment, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. since 1967. DC Comics is one of the largest and oldest American comic book companies, produces material featuring numerous culturally iconic heroic characters including: Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern,Aquaman,Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, Hawkman and Supergirl. Most of their material takes place in the fictional DC Universe, which features teams such as the Justice League, the Justice Society of America, the Suicide Squad, the Teen Titans, well-known villains such as The Joker, Lex Luthor, Darkseid, Brainiac, Black Adam, Ra's al Ghul and Deathstroke; the company has published non-DC Universe-related material, including Watchmen, V for Vendetta, many titles under their alternative imprint Vertigo. The initials "DC" came from the company's popular series Detective Comics, which featured Batman's debut and subsequently became part of the company's name.
In Manhattan at 432 Fourth Avenue, the DC Comics offices have been located at 480 and 575 Lexington Avenue. DC had its headquarters at 1700 Broadway, Midtown Manhattan, New York City, but it was announced in October 2013 that DC Entertainment would relocate its headquarters from New York to Burbank, California in April 2015. Random House distributes DC Comics' books to the bookstore market, while Diamond Comic Distributors supplies the comics shop specialty market. DC Comics and its longtime major competitor Marvel Comics together shared 70% of the American comic book market in 2017. Entrepreneur Major Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson founded National Allied Publications in autumn 1934; the company debuted with the tabloid-sized New Fun: The Big Comic Magazine #1 with a cover date of February 1935. The company's second title, New Comics #1, appeared in a size close to what would become comic books' standard during the period fans and historians call the Golden Age of Comic Books, with larger dimensions than today's.
That title evolved into Adventure Comics, which continued through issue #503 in 1983, becoming one of the longest-running comic-book series. In 2009 DC revived Adventure Comics with its original numbering. In 1935, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the future creators of Superman, created Doctor Occult, the earliest DC Comics character to still be in the DC Universe. Wheeler-Nicholson's third and final title, Detective Comics, advertised with a cover illustration dated December 1936 premiered three months late with a March 1937 cover date; the themed anthology series would become a sensation with the introduction of Batman in issue #27. By however, Wheeler-Nicholson had gone. In 1937, in debt to printing-plant owner and magazine distributor Harry Donenfeld—who published pulp magazines and operated as a principal in the magazine distributorship Independent News—Wheeler-Nicholson had to take Donenfeld on as a partner in order to publish Detective Comics #1. Detective Comics, Inc. was formed, with Wheeler-Nicholson and Jack S. Liebowitz, Donenfeld's accountant, listed as owners.
Major Wheeler-Nicholson remained for a year, but cash-flow problems continued, he was forced out. Shortly afterwards, Detective Comics, Inc. purchased the remains of National Allied known as Nicholson Publishing, at a bankruptcy auction. Detective Comics, Inc. soon launched a fourth title, Action Comics, the premiere of which introduced Superman. Action Comics #1, the first comic book to feature the new character archetype—soon known as "superheroes"—proved a sales hit; the company introduced such other popular characters as the Sandman and Batman. On February 22, 2010, a copy of Action Comics #1 sold at an auction from an anonymous seller to an anonymous buyer for $1 million, besting the $317,000 record for a comic book set by a different copy, in lesser condition, the previous year. National Allied Publications soon merged with Detective Comics, Inc. forming National Comics Publications on September 30, 1946. National Comics Publications absorbed an affiliated concern, Max Gaines' and Liebowitz' All-American Publications.
In the same year Gaines let Liebowitz buy him out, kept only Picture Stories from the Bible as the foundation of his own new company, EC Comics. At that point, "Liebowitz promptly orchestrated the merger of All-American and Detective Comics into National Comics... Next he took charge of organizing National Comics, Independent News, their affiliated firms into a single corporate entity, National Periodical Publications". National Periodical Publications became publicly traded on the stock market in 1961. Despite the official names "National Comics" and "National Periodical Publications", the company began branding itself as "Superman-DC" as early as 1940, the company became known colloquially as DC Comics for years before the official adoption of that name in 1977; the company began to move aggressively against what it saw as copyright-violating imitations from other companies, such as Fox Comics' Wonder Man, which Fox started as a copy of Superman. This extended to DC suing Fawcett Comics over Captain Marvel, at the time comics' top-selling character.
Faced with declining sales and the prospect of bankruptcy if it lost, Fawcett capitulated in 1953 and ceased publishing comics. Years Fawcett sold the rights for Captain Marvel to DC—which in 1972 revived Captain Marvel in the new title Shazam
Joshua Luis Wiener, known by his stage name Josh Keaton, is an American actor, voice actor and singer. He is known for his roles as Takashi'Shiro' Shirogane in Voltron: Legendary Defender, Spider-Man in The Spectacular Spider-Man, Electro in Marvel's Spider-Man, Jack Darby in Transformers: Prime and the adolescent Hercules in the film Hercules. Keaton was born in Hacienda Heights, California, to a father from Brooklyn, New York and a mother from Lima, Peru, he has three sisters: Danielle and Sabrina. He is fluent in Spanish which he learned first as a child later English; as a child, he learned to speak some Quechua from his maternal grandparents. His father is Jewish and his mother is Catholic, his career has included television, video game and film work, with a mixture of live acting and voice work for animations. As an infant, he appeared in an OshKosh B'gosh commercial, he was in the 1990s boy band No Authority and was signed to MJJ Music and RCA Records as a solo artist. Keaton voiced Jules Brown in Back to the Future: The Animated Series during 1991/1992 and Major Ocelot during Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater and Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops.
From 2008 to 2009, he voiced Spider-Man in The Spectacular Spider-Man animated series on The CW. He was supposed to voice Spider-Man in the 2002 Spider-Man video game but his voice work was scrapped and reworked as Harry Osborn / Green Goblin when Tobey Maguire came on to voice the character, he reprised the role of Harry Osborn in the 2007 video game Spider-Man: Friend or Foe, Spider-Man again in the video games Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Spider-Man: Edge of Time. In 2011, Keaton is the current voice for Spyro the Dragon in the Skylanders reboot of the franchise, Jack Darby and Tailgate on Transformers: Prime, Hal Jordan / Green Lantern in Green Lantern: The Animated Series. At Wondercon 2016, it was announced that Keaton will play Shiro, one of the main characters of the new Voltron animated series Voltron: Legendary Defender set to premiere on June 10 on Netflix. Official website Josh Keaton on IMDb Josh Keaton at Behind The Voice Actors
Brian Keith Bloom is an American actor, voice actor and screenwriter. He is best known as the voice of Captain America in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, Varric in the Dragon Age series, B. J. Blazkowicz in the Wolfenstein series, Nick Reyes in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Pike in The A-Team, the latter two of which he co-wrote. Bloom was born in Merrick, New York, the brother of producer-actor Scott Bloom and musician Mike Bloom, he had an early interest in acting, including appearing in commercials as a child, but made his big break in the Sergio Leone film Once Upon a Time in America. From there, he was offered the role of Dusty Donovan in the soap opera As the World Turns, which he played for several years. During that run, Bloom became the youngest winner of a Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Young Leading Man during the 12th Daytime Emmy Awards show for his performance on the series. Despite his success, he left the series to star in several television movies and guest appearances.
After leaving the soap opera, Bloom starred in several made-for-television films with teen subjects, including Crash Course, Dance'til Dawn and Desperate for Love. This opened his appeal to roles, which would include spots in Melrose Place, 2000 Malibu Road, CSI: Miami, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Drive and HBO's Oz, he played the role of fanatical cult leader Jonas Sparrow in the Joss Whedon show Dollhouse. Bloom starred in a series of 1994 television movies playing Bandit, a part loosely based on the Burt Reynolds role. Bloom continues his working relationship with Carnahan, playing private mercenary antagonist "Pike" in the 2010 movie The A-Team, which Bloom co-wrote with Carnahan, who directed the 20th Century Fox feature based on the television series. Brian attended the Sheriff’s Academy and served as a Reserve Deputy with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department from 2001 – 2011, he is a certified self defense expert and a Sifu of a rarefied street lethal modern Self Defense System called “Bojuka”.
He has participated in combat seminars and taught use of force techniques to law enforcement and private security worldwide. In 1997, Bloom ran a.com hub known as AnimalWorldNetwork.com. The website was an outpost for pet products, video content and celebrity pet lifestyle coverage and shipping fair-trade and holistic pet supplies with both brick and mortar locations and a robust online presence. Bloom sold the business in 2007 for an undisclosed eight-figure deal. Bloom is well known for his long standing association with the Call of Duty franchise, having performed voice over and motion capture work in a majority of the franchise titles culminating with the role of Captain Nick Reyes in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, a first-person shooter video game developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision. Bloom is both the player character, modeled on his likeness, the writer of the game's acclaimed narrative, for which he was nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Video Game Writing by The Writers Guild of America.
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Gina Torres is an American television and movie actress. She has appeared in many television series, including Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess, the short-lived Cleopatra 2525, Firefly, Angel, 24, The Shield, Westworld, she starred opposite Chris Rock in the feature film I Think I Love My Wife, as Carla in the independent film South of Pico, she reprised her Firefly role in its feature film sequel Serenity. She and her ex-husband Laurence Fishburne played a married couple on the NBC television series Hannibal. Torres played a main role on the USA Network series Suits as Jessica Pearson for the first seven seasons, she will reprise the role in the upcoming drama Pearson, a spin-off about Jessica Pearson moving to Chicago and becoming involved in politics. Torres was born at the Flower Fifth Avenue Hospital in the youngest of three children, her family lived in Washington Heights before moving to The Bronx. Her parents and Rebecca, were both of multiracial Cuban descent, her father worked as a typesetter for La Prensa and The New York Daily News.
Torres speaks Spanish. Torres, a mezzo-soprano, began singing at an early age and attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York City, she trained in opera and jazz and performed in a gospel choir. Torres was accepted to several colleges but could not afford to attend, she chose instead to pursue her dream of being a performer. In 2001, she won the ALMA Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Syndicated Drama Series for her role in Cleopatra 2525. In 2004, she was nominated for the International Press Academy's Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, for her role as Jasmine in Angel, her film appearances include The Matrix Revolutions. In 2004, Torres appeared in seven episodes of the third season on 24 as Julia Milliken, a woman who has an affair with the White House Chief of Staff and becomes involved in a Presidential scandal. In 2005, she was tapped for the pilot episode of Soccer Moms. In 2005, she voiced the character of Vixen in numerous episodes of the animated series Justice League Unlimited and replaced the voice-over of Jada Pinkett Smith's character Niobe in The Matrix Online.
She is known for her role in Fox's short-lived Firefly series, which lasted only one season. She reprised her Firefly role as Zoe in the film Serenity. In 2006, Torres began her role as Cheryl Carrera in the short-lived drama series Standoff on the FOX network, her character is the Supervisory Special Agent in Charge for Crisis Negotiation Unit, FBI Los Angeles. Torres appeared, she was cast in Washington Field, a 2009 CBS television pilot from executive Producer Edward Allen Bernero, about the National Capital Response Squad, a unit of the FBI made up of elite experts in different areas who travel around the world, responding to events that affect American interests. She was the voice of Wonder Woman in DC Universe Online MMORPG until mid 2013 when the part was recast, as well as Arachnid in the Transformers Prime cartoon. In 2013, Torres was reunited with fellow Firefly costar, Nathan Fillion, in an episode of Fillion's television show, Castle. In 2011, Torres was cast as main character Jessica Pearson on the USA Network legal drama Suits.
In 2016, it was announced that Torres would be leaving the cast of Suits following the summer segment of season six. In addition to her contract being up, Torres stated she had grown tired of traveling between Toronto, where Suits is filmed, her home in Los Angeles, she joined the season two cast of ABC's The Catch, filmed in L. A. Torres returned to Suits for the season six finale, which aired on March 1, 2017. Following ABC's cancellation of The Catch in May 2017, Torres has returned to Suits as a recurring cast member in season seven. Torres plays the role of CAPCOM in the updated version of Walt Disney World's Mission: Space. In March 2018, it was announced Torres would executive produce and star in Pearson, a Suits spin-off centered around her character, Jessica Pearson. Torres and Laurence Fishburne were engaged in February, 2001, married on September 22, 2002, at The Cloisters museum in New York City, they have one child, a daughter Delilah born in 2007. Torres is the stepmother to Fishburne's two children, from his previous marriage to actress Hajna O. Moss: a son, born in 1987, a daughter, born in 1991.
They played a married couple on the show Hannibal. In September 2017, Torres announced her separation from Fishburne. Official website Gina Torres on IMDb Gina Torres at the Internet Broadway Database Gina Torres at The Internet Theatre Database Serenity: An Interview with Gina Torres at blackfilm.com August 2005
Christopher David "Chris" Noth is an American actor. He is known for his television roles as NYPD Detective Mike Logan on Law & Order, Big on Sex and the City, Peter Florrick on The Good Wife, he reprised his role of Mike Logan on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, reprised his role of Mr Big in the films and the City and Sex and the City 2. He was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor on Television for Sex and the City in 1999 and for The Good Wife in 2010, he studied acting at The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in New York City. Noth was born in Madison, the youngest of three sons of Jeanne L. Parr a CBS News correspondent, Charles James Noth, an insurance salesman turned marketing-company executive who died in a car accident in 1966. Noth has German and English ancestry. During childhood, Noth traveled with his mother and brothers throughout the United Kingdom and Czechoslovakia. Noth spent part of his undergraduate years at Marlboro College, he earned an MFA from the Yale School of Drama in 1985, where he acted in some 25 plays and was a pupil of acting coach Sanford Meisner.
Noth played small parts in films, including Smithereens and Baby Boom before his first starring role in the low-budget 1988 film Peluru dan Wanita in Indonesia. Noth joined the cast of Hill Street Blues in the sixth season in 1986, where he was billed as "Christopher Noth." He appeared in Another World. He filmed a pilot for the legal/police drama series Law & Order in 1988. In 1990, NBC began airing the show, which gained recognition from critics and fans. Noth was fired from the show in 1995, he reprised the Logan character in 1998 for Exiled: A Law & Order Movie. In 1998, Noth returned to prime-time television when he took the role of Carrie Bradshaw's enigmatic on-again, off-again boyfriend "Big" on HBO's Sex and the City, he played the role for six years, during which he appeared in a small role as Helen Hunt's husband in the hit film Cast Away, starred in a Broadway revival of The Best Man. In 2001, he played an FBI agent on a three-episode arc of Crossing Jordan, re-uniting him with Law & Order co-star Jill Hennessy.
Noth returned to the role of Mike Logan on Law & Order: Criminal Intent in 2005, joining the show in its fifth season following a guest appearance on a fourth season episode. On this spin-off of the original Law & Order, Noth's detective team alternated episodes with Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe's characters. On June 26, 2008, it was announced that Noth was leaving the series, that Jeff Goldblum would be joining the cast as Detective Zach Nichols. Noth reprised the role of Big for the Sex and the City film, released on May 30, 2008. and its 2010 sequel. Noth starred with Julianna Margulies in the CBS series The Good Wife, which debuted on September 22, 2009. In 2009, Noth became the spokesperson for the North American market for the Biotherm line of male skincare products. Noth starred in a revival of Gore Vidal's 1960 Broadway play The Best Man in 2000, starred in a Broadway revival of the 1972 play That Championship Season in 2011, playing Phil Romano, a role originated by his one-time Law & Order co-star Paul Sorvino.
In 2013 he appeared in the Napa Valley, theater festival Plaza Del Sol with other performers including Dennis Haysbert. Noth played the character Jack Robertson in the Doctor Who episode "Arachnids in the UK". In 2019 Noth appeared with Isabelle Huppert in an Off-Broadway production of Florian Zeller's The Mother. Noth is co-owner of The Cutting Room, a music venue in New York City that opened in late 1999, with Steve Walter, a former student at Berklee College of Music. Noth met his wife, actress Tara Lynn Wilson, while she was working the bar at The Cutting Room; the couple began dating in 2002. Their son, Orion Christopher Noth, was born in January 2008, the couple married on April 6, 2012. Noth owned the semi-private club The Plumm with, among others, David Wells, Damon Dash, Joey McIntyre, Bo Dietl. Noth and Wilson owned Once Upon a Tea Cup, a tea-party themed restaurant franchise with branches in Windsor and London, Ontario, he frequents Da Marino in New York City. Noth purchased the Ambhar Tequila artisan maker in 2018.
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