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James Noble
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Actor
    (March 5, 1922-March 28, 2016)
    Born in Dallas, Texas
    Portrayed Governor Eugene Gatling on Benson
    Appeared in the films ‘1776’ (1972), ‘Being There’ (1979), ‘10’ (1979), ‘The Nude Bomb’ (1980), ‘Airplane II’ (1982) and ‘Chances Are’ (1989)
    Appeared on Broadway in ‘The Velvet Glove’ (1949), ‘A Far Country’ (1961), ‘Strange Interlude’ (1963), ‘1776’ (1969) and ‘The Runner Stumbles’ (1975)
    He went to a psychiatrist to deal with self-confidence problems.
    When he co-starred in a touring production of ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,’ author Edward Albee told him, ‘You’re too nice as George.’
    Although he appeared in both the Broadway and movie versions of ‘1776,’ he portrayed different characters in each. (John Hancock on stage, Rev. James Wilkinson on film.)
    He was deaf in his left ear.
    He served in the Navy as an engineering officer during World War II.
    He studied under Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio in New York.
    His wife Carolyn Coates died two months short of their 50th wedding anniversary.

Credit: C. Fishel


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