Noah Emmerich
American actor
Noah Emmerich
Noah Nicholas Emmerich is an American film actor who first broke out in the film Beautiful Girls. He was later seen in movies The Truman Show, Cop Land, Frequency, Love & Sex, Windtalkers, Miracle, Super 8 and Little Children.
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<i>Jane Got a Gun</i> Gives Portman Her Best Role Since <i>Black Swan</i>
Huffington Post - about 1 year
So why aren't people packing the theaters to see "Jane Got A Gun"? Do they think it is going to be an updated version of "Annie Get Your Gun", or do they think it is a pro-NRA documentary? Let me tell you clearly. This is an old school western starring Natalie Portman, and how long has it been since you saw Portman in a good role? Answer -- 2010 in "Black Swan". This movie is raw, gritty and for fans of westerns, a godsend. In it Portman plays Jane Hammond, a frontier woman whose husband Bill (Noah Emmerich) arrives home one day full of bullets. He is alive, but barely, and he manages to whisper that the Bishop gang is coming. That one scene delivers all the questions the movie asks. These include: (1) who is the Bishop gang? (2) why do they want to kill Hammond and his wife? how will Jane fight them off? If you aren't intrigued by these questions then you are immune to good acting and a well written script. Portman pours herself into the role of Jane and she is supported royally ...
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'The Americans' recap: Cold War getting hotter as season wraps
LATimes - almost 2 years
The Cold War is escalating, the Jennings family is in turmoil and the career of FBI agent Stan Beeman (Noah Emmerich) is in jeopardy as Season 3 of “The Americans” wraps on FX.
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'The Americans' Noah Emmerich joins the wig club, becomes stalker
LATimes - over 2 years
Turns out Noah Emmerich, who plays the morally tortured FBI spy hunter Stan Beeman on FX’s “The Americans,” likes to trail people in his spare time.
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Hugh Dancy & Sutton Foster - Critics' Choice TV Awards 2013
Just Jared - over 3 years
Hugh Dancy suits up to attend the 2013 Critics’ Choice Television Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Monday (June 10) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 37-year-old Hannibal actor was joined on stage by Allison Janney to present an award. Sutton Foster was in attendance to accept the Thalo Inspiration in the Arts Award for her work on Bunheads. She is also nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy Series. Also pictured inside: The Americans‘ Matthew Rhys and Noah Emmerich, as well as Masters of Sex‘s Michael Sheen. FYI: Sutton is wearing a Brian Rennie for Basler dress. 20+ pictures inside of Hugh Dancy and Sutton Foster at the show…
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Live Stream Tonight's Critics' Choice Television Awards Featuring 'Girls,' 'New Girl,' 'Breaking Bad' And More
Ok Magazine - over 3 years
Live stream by Ustream In addition to these 5 TV shows you should be watching tonight, make sure your computer is turned on simultaneously. UStream will be streaming tonight's Critics' Choice Television Awards LIVE starting at 11pm EST/8pm PST! The nominees range from some of our favorite shows from comedies like New Girl, Girls and Modern Family to dramas like Breaking Bad, Homeland and Mad Men. So even though this it not airing on TV, you can still feel like you're there. Win win, yes? OK! News: Listen to the New Game of Thrones Theme Song Check out the full list of nominees below, and watch the live stream above to see who the Broadcast Television Journalists Association pick to win! Those are the fancy people who get to vote for the winners, BTW. Photos: Real Housewives, Switched at Birth and More Shows on Tonight Best Drama Series The Americans Breaking Bad Downton Abbey Game of Thrones The Good Wife Homeland Best Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad ...
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'Americans' Star Matthew Rhys Talks Barbaric Brawls, Keri Russell's Hair & Mmore
Huffington Post - about 4 years
On this week's episode of "The Americans," titled "COMINT," the tension is rising and star Matthew Rhys, who plays KGB spy Philip Jennings, is as excited as viewers are to find out what's next. "Something has to happen," he insists about Philip and his wife Elizabeth (Keri Russell). "Something has to give." Rhys chatted with HuffPost TV via phone about playing a tough guy, getting slapped by Russell (on a take-by-take basis), why he's slightly terrified of guest star Margo Martindale (who plays the Jennings' KGB handler Claudia), hoping Dexys Midnight Runners makes it into "The Americans" one day, nicknaming Russell "John Denver" and much more below. Stateside, TV audiences really knew you from "Brothers and Sisters" so had you done a lot of action sequences before? I had a few little jobs back in the UK that required [it] -- you know, a couple of war films and things like that, but nothing on this scale, certainly. Were you worried about diving into some of Philip's ...
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Keri Russell Slaps Matthew Rhys 'Incredibly Well'
Huffington Post - about 4 years
NEW YORK — It all started with a slap for Matthew Rhys. Trying out for "The Americans," he took one in the puss from Keri Russell. This new FX drama, whose third episode airs Wednesday at 10 p.m. EST, focuses on two KGB spies posing as an ordinary American couple shortly after Ronald Reagan became president. As Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, they have a comfortable home in a Washington suburb, two sweet kids, a travel agency they run and, by all signs, a solid piece of the American Dream. No one would suspect that they are Russian-born plants bent on burying the United States with subterfuge and brutality. No one, that is, unless it's their new neighbor, FBI agent Stan Beeman (played by Noah Emmerich with an infectious mix of cunning and dorkiness), who has recently moved in with his family across the street. He represents just one among the many threats of exposure, imprisonment or death they face daily. "It's an incredible balancing act to portray: the dom ...
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Maureen Ryan: Thoughts On The Premiere of 'The Americans'
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Note: Do not read on unless you've seen the premiere of the FX drama "The Americans." First things first: All hail Fleetwood Mac. If watching "The Americans" didn't make you want to listen to "Tusk" on an endless loop, then I don't know what ails you. The use of the song in this show made me long for an episode in which the USC marching band parades down the Jennings' street, playing the hell out of the early-'80s classic. I can only hope FX has considered that possibility for the season finale. In any case, I wrote in my review that I really liked "The Americans" and I thought the cast was generally outstanding. I've also seen the second episode and I'm eager to see more. Having said that, I had some issues relating to the time frames depicted in the first episode. It's really a generalized feeling about how long Philip and Elizabeth appear to have known each other versus how long the show tells us they've known each other, but I'll try to break down that genera ...
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'The Americans' Stars Keri Russell & Matthew Rhys Talk Spy Games, Sex & More
Huffington Post - about 4 years
FX's latest drama, "The Americans" (premieres tonight, Wed., Jan. 30 at 10 p.m. EST), stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as Elizabeth and Phillip Jennings, Cold War-era Russian spies who have lived, worked and raised a family in America for 15 years as part of a covert mission to gather intel on the Reagan administration's plans against the Soviet Union. The Jennings' lives are further complicated by the defection of another K.G.B. operative, which could jeopardize every undercover agent's identity; Phillip's growing affection for American culture; and the unnervingly curious FBI agent (Noah Emmerich), who has just become their neighbor. HuffPost TV sat down with Russell and Rhys at the recent Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour to find out more about what motivates their compelling characters, whether Elizabeth and Phillip's marriage is really just a cover story, why Russell said yes to "The Americans" (since she said, "I always say no to everything"), wh ...
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Maureen Ryan: Felicity In Fine Form: 'The Americans' Brings Cold War To The Home Front
Huffington Post - about 4 years
That person you think you know well -- someone in your family, someone in your neighborhood, someone in your bed -- maybe you don't really know them at all. The creepy realization that, to put it in horror-movie terms, the call is coming from inside the house, has been more and more prominent as of late on television. That understanding therapist on "American Horror Story"? A serial killer. That regular guy from the neighborhood? Chances are he's been turned into a vampire, a werewolf, a zombie, a meth dealer, a Lannister or a terrorist. Your brother, the demon hunter? Someone removed his soul. Secrets have always been part of storytelling, but from "Breaking Bad" to "Supernatural" to "Homeland," television has made a hard turn toward the realm of painfully intimate betrayals in recent years. People who should be close end up turning on each other, and -- even scarier -- sometimes they have to stand by as a loved one is transformed into an unrecognizable thing. ...
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Regina Weinreich: The Americans at the Russian Tea Room
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Brrrrr! On this chilly weekend, the new FX television series The Americans premiered at the DGA Theater: a young couple played by Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell enter a Maryland motel room circa 1960's. Russian spies, they are finding the U.S. summer brutal. Spying an air conditioner, they are relieved to bask in the frigid air. Talk about the Cold War! A question arises: Are American audiences ready to embrace appealing KGB operatives on television? Has enough passed from the post-war era to neutralize our view of Soviet spies? After the first thrilling, action-packed episode, to air this Wednesday night, the crowd including many New York actors: Noah Emmerich who plays a CIA agent in the show, Margo Martindale, as yet to appear in the series, Patricia Clarkson, Amy Ryan, Adam Driver, Tovah Feldshuh, Megan Fox, John Ventimiglia among many others, moved on to the renovated red of the Russian Tea Room where the blinis and beef stroganoff provided warm welcome. Everyone of ...
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FX's "Americans" gets a premiere date
Yahoo News - about 4 years
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - Synchronize watches, comrads: FX's KGB drama "The Americans" has a premiere date. The series, which stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as KGB spies living in suburban Washington, D.C., during the early day of Ronald Reagan's presidency, will premiere Wednesday, January 30 at 10/9c. The couple are trying to raise two children who know nothing of thier true identities, and manage an extensive network of spies. Complicating things further is the arrival of a new neighbor, an FBI agent played by Noah Emmerich. ...
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WATCH: Ed Burns & Mike McGlone Share A Beer In 'Fitzgerald Family Christmas'
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Edward Burns' 11th film as a writer-director, "The Fitzgerald Family Christmas," is also a reunion for the Long Island native. For the first time in 16 years, Burns and actor Michael McGlone share the screen, playing combative brothers just as they did in Burns' first two efforts, "The Brothers McMullen" and "She's The One." Available via on demand services starting on Nov. 21 -- and due in theaters on Dec. 7 -- "The Fitzgerald Family Christmas" focuses on an Irish-American family on Long Island, dealing with the return of its estranged patriarch during the holiday season. Burns and McGlone star opposite an array of character actors -- Kerry Bishe, Heather Burns, Caitlin Fitzgerald, Marsha Dietlein, Noah Emmerich, Brian James D'Arcy, Daniella Pineda, Ed Lauter -- as well as Connie Britton (the "Nashville" star has worked with Burns twice previously, in "The Brothers McMullen" and "Looking for Kitty"). Burns has called the film his "most personal work." The Burns-McGlone ...
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Regina Weinreich: Bowling for Our Time and West Side Story on Broadway
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Among the many theater talents donning their bowling shoes at Lucky Strike on Monday night in support of Our Time -- Paul Rudd, Steve Kazee, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Eve Plumb, Noah Emmerich, Mariska Hargitay, to name a few, one stood out: Julianna Padilla. A young woman who bravely introduced herself in a determined effort, illustrating a mastery of strength over stutter, then blew the crowd away singing "Put Your Hand Up," her own composition. Her act illustrated the success of an organization committed to helping young people who stutter step forward in school, theater, and life with skill and confidence. Steve Kazee, the star of this year's Tony-winning Once said he was moved to participate because he lisped as a kid, not the same thing, he said, but he could relate. The evening's host, Paul Rudd on his night off from Grace at the Cort Theater, played a stutterer in a play, Three Days of Rain, a few seasons ago and came to Taro Alexander, Our Time's founder, to learn how to d ...
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FX Orders Cold War Spy Series Starring Keri Russell
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Keri Russell is heading back to TV in FX's Cold War spy series "The Americans." "The Americans," starring Russell, Matthew Rhys and Noah Emmerich, hails from Joe Weisberg with Graham Yost, Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank attached as executive producers. The pilot, which is scheduled to air in early 2013, will be directed by Gavin O'Connor. Production begins in October. “For the last two years, I've worked with the incredible people at FX, FTVS, DreamWorks, and my personal television guru Graham Yost on this project," Weisberg said in a statement. "More recently, Gavin O'Connor joined our team, and turned the script we'd been working on for so long into a beautiful pilot. Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, Noah Emmerich, and Max Hernandez were sensational in it, and a joy to be around. To have all of this come to fruition has been indescribably exciting. Really, I'm a writer, and I can't describe it. It's a great privilege and opportunity to get to make this television show. I ca ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Noah Emmerich
    FORTIES
  • 2014
    Age 49
    On April 26, 2014, Emmerich married actress and producer Mary Regency Boies at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York..
    More Details Hide Details He lives in Greenwich Village in New York City.
  • 2013
    Age 48
    In 2013, he had his first starring role in a television series, as FBI Agent Stan Beeman, on the FX series, The Americans.
    More Details Hide Details The series has earned positive reviews from critics and Emmerich earned a Critic's Choice Award nomination for his performance. The series was renewed for a third season. Emmerich made his directorial debut on the season 3 episode of the series, entitled "Walter Taffet." Emmerich was previously married (1998-2003) to actress Melissa Fitzgerald.
  • 2011
    Age 46
    In 2011, he played the main antagonist, Colonel Nelec, in J.J. Abrams's film Super 8, which earned positive reviews from critics and was a box office success.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1996
    Age 31
    In 1996, he starred in the film Beautiful Girls, which was his first starring role and earned him positive reviews from audiences and critics.
    More Details Hide Details He then went on to have supporting roles in such movies as, The Truman Show, Life and Frequency. In the 2000s, Emmerich began to star in more dramatic films, such as Julie Johnson, Beyond Borders, Little Children, Pride and Glory and many more. He also began to make guest roles on television series such as, Monk, White Collar and The Walking Dead, which earned him a Saturn Award nomination.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1965
    Age 0
    Emmerich was born in New York City on February 27, 1965.
    More Details Hide Details His mother, Constance, is a concert pianist; and his father, André Emmerich (1924–2007), was a gallery owner and art dealer, who was born in Frankfurt, Germany. He has two brothers: Toby Emmerich, President and Chief Operating Officer at New Line Cinema, as well as a screenwriter; and Adam Emmerich, a mergers & acquisitions lawyer at the firm of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz in New York. His family is Jewish. He studied the Meisner technique of acting privately under Ron Stetston, an actor/director who is currently senior member of the acting staff at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City. He is a graduate of Yale University, where he majored in History and sang in the "Yale Spizzwinks(?)" an a cappella singing group. Emmerich started his career doing guest roles in television series such as NYPD Blue and Melrose Place, and also having minor roles in films like Last Action Hero.
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