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Trisha Noble
Biographical information
Born

February 3, 1944
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Nationality

Australian

Career
Occupation
  • Actress
  • Singer
Star Wars work
Other works of note
"For me, bringing in Trisha was a personal kick. One of my favorite shows growing up was The Courtship of Eddie's Father and I had remembered her from the show."
Robin Gurland, Episode II Casting Director[src]

Trisha Noble (born Patricia Ann Ruth Noble on February 3, 1944 in Sydney, Australia) played Jobal Naberrie in both Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, although her scenes from Episode II did not make the final cut of the film.

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

Noble was born at the Bethesda Hospital of Marrickville, a suburb of Sydney.[1] Her father was Clarence Lancelot "Buster" Noble, a comedian, singer and sergeant in the Warratahs Entertainment Unit in the AIF, and her mother Helen de Paul (née Helen McGoulrick), a choreographer and stage producer. She also has a younger sister named Amanda.[2] As a child, she appeared onstage with her parents in several of their productions. Her career began at the age of six performing on Saturday morning radio.

CareerEdit

Noble is best known for her early fame as a teenage popular singer in the 1960s under the name Patsy Ann Noble. Her first single was "Like I'm in Love" / "I Love You So Much It Hurts", released in November 1960. She released many other singles and several albums, such as Just for You in 1962 and Hits and Rarities - The Story of Patsy Ann Noble in 1997. Noble won the Logie Award for Best Female Singer of the Year in 1961.

Noble also started her acting career in the 1960s, eventually taking the name 'Trisha Noble' to distance herself from her years as a teen singer. She appeared in many British, American and Australian TV series, including The Benny Hill Show, Callan, The Courtship of Eddie's Father, Columbo, Executive Suite, Fantasy Island, The Rockford Files, Mrs. Columbo, The Love Boat, Strike Force, Hart to Hart, T.J. Hooker, Matt Houston, Water Rats and All Saints. She also appeared in one episode of the TV series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century as the superhuman villainess Sabrina.

In 1978, Noble appeared in the miniseries How the West Was Won. One of the series' other cast members was Christopher Lee (Count Dooku) who played "The Grand Duke". In 1982, she shared the screen with Bruce Spence (Tion Medon) in the television movie Deadline.

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Other notes
2005 Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Jobal Naberrie
2002 Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Jobal Naberrie Deleted scenes
2001 Blonde Dr. Mittelstadt TV miniseries
2000/2004 All Saints Sr. O'Reilly & Mrs. Summers TV series
2000 Water Rats Mrs. Clarke TV series
1986 Body Business Unknown role TV movie
1983 Matt Houston Melinda TV series
1983 Oh Madeline Julie TV series
1983 T.J. Hooker Lorraine Daggett TV series
1983 Casablanca Miss Brevard TV series
1982 Hart to Hart Laela TV series
1982 Deadline Gillian Boles TV movie
1981-1982 Strike Force Sgt. Rosie Johnson TV series
1981 The Love Boat Gertrude Turner TV series
1981 Flamingo Road Vanessa Curtis TV series
1980 Willow B: Women in Prison Chris Bricker TV movie
1980 The Private Eyes Mistress Phyllis Morley
1980 Stone Lynette TV series
1979 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Sabrina TV series
1979 Eischied Jeanne TV series
1979 The Wild Wild West Revisited Penelope TV movie
1979 Mrs. Columbo Patty TV series
1979 The Rockford Files Odette Lependieu TV series
1978 Fantasy Island Denise Carlson TV series
1978 The Courage and the Passion Lt. Lisa Rydell TV movie
1978 Husbands, Wives & Lovers Carol TV series
1978 How the West Was Won Valerie TV miniseries
1978 James at 15 Call Girl TV series
1977 Testimony of Two Men Edna Beamish TV miniseries
1977 McMillan & Wife Beulah Harrington TV series
1977 The Rhinemann Exchange Irene TV miniseries
1976/1977 Executive Suite Yvonne Holland TV series
1976 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Whitney Lewis TV series
1975 One of Our Own Sabina Rogoff TV movie
1975 The Bob Crane Show Student TV series
1975 Columbo Marcy Hubbard TV series
1975 Baretta Girl TV series
1972 The Courtship of Eddie's Father Dr. Liz Park TV series
1971 Night Gallery Sherry TV series
1970 Up Pompeii! High Priestess of the Vestal Virgins & Luscia TV series
1970 Callan Jean Price TV series
1970 It's Tommy Cooper Guest TV series
1969 Z Cars Betty Jordan TV series
1969 Carry on Camping Sally
1969 Out of the Unknown Gladia TV series
1969 Fall of a Goddess Unknown role TV movie
1968 We Have Ways of Making You Laugh Several roles TV series
1966 The Wednesday Play Françoise Clouet TV series (as "Patsy Ann Noble")
1966 Danger Man Susan Wade TV series (as "Patsy Ann Noble")
1966 Death Is a Woman Francesca (as "Patsy Ann Noble")
1966 The Benny Hill Show Guest Performer TV series (as "Patsy Ann Noble")

BibliographyEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Family Notices: Births. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842-1954). Retrieved on May 29, 2013.
  2. The song and dance act that led to the Vegemite ad. The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved on May 29, 2013.

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