Tom Noonan
American actor and film director
Tom Noonan
Tom Noonan is an American actor and film writer-director.
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Film Critique: 'Anomalisa,' (Co-Directors Charlie Kaufman, Duke Johnson)
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Ronald Tiersky January 2016 Film critique: "Anomalisa" (co-directors Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson, 2016) A review of a review: is Anthony Lane correct about 'Anomalisa'? This is an unsolicited review of noted New Yorker magazine film critic Anthony Lane's own review of the striking film, 'Anomalisa' ("Gloom and Doom," Jan. 18, p. 78). The issue goes back to intellectual currents of the 1950s and 60s involving the question whether modern man and woman are more the product of society or of the human condition. Was our predicament then, and still now, that "modern man is a mechanized being" who resembles "robotic dolls," that is, people "carved out and beaten down by a consumer society," which is Lane's understanding of Anomalisa? Or, as I perceive what Kaufman is up to, that modern man (or at least the defeated hero in this film) fails in the existential quest for human connection, becoming incurably solipsistic. Put differently, are we all the complete product of a syste ...
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For 'Anomalisa' star Tom Noonan, a Charlie Kaufman life
Chicago Times - about 1 year
Several years after he made “What Happened Was,” an independent film about two lonely souls, in the early 1990s, the actor-filmmaker Tom Noonan received a letter from a fan via his website. The man writing was a young screenwriter with a darkly absurdist streak, and he was curious to talk more...
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The problem with “The Blacklist”
Salon.com - over 3 years
On the most recent episode of "The Blacklist," guest star Tom Noonan played a dentist with a dark side. Stanley Cornish is a gloomy sort of Dexter-Lurch hybrid who gets paid by third parties to dissolve kidnapped victims in a churning chemical bath. For this apparently rare skill, he earned the nicknamed "the Stewmaker." Oh, also, he likes to practice his trade while completely naked, lumbering around rooms covered in plastic like a wrinkled, pink brontosaurus baby. If you're thinking this character sounds like a tossed-off creep from a cut-rate comic book, then you understand one of the major challenges facing "The Blacklist": producing a steady stream of worthy bad guys. The premise of the series is simple: Notorious international criminal Raymond Reddington helps the FBI -- and specifically agent Elizabeth Keane -- track down other baddies in his stratus. It's as episodic as it gets: every week, new asshole to catch. The episode I just described was called "The Stewmaker, No. 161." ...
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Maureen Ryan: 'Hell On Wheels' Review: Does The Series Pick Things Up In Season 2?
Huffington Post - over 4 years
"Game of Thrones" has been off the air for a few months, but a few shows arriving in coming weeks should satisfy TV's scantily clad hooker quota. In fact, with the return of AMC's "Hell on Wheels" and the debuts of "Copper" and "The Crimson Petal and the White" -- a trio of hardscrabble dramas set in the 19th Century -- the next few weeks are starting to look like Tribute to Old-Timey Prostitutes Month. In other words, attractive women in random states of undress -- also a feature of the returning Starz series "Boss" -- should be especially easy to find (not that they were in danger of going out of style, of course). Let's take the shows -- most of which are discussed in one of this week's Talking TV podcasts -- one by one in order of their arrivals, shall we? "Hell on Wheels," 9 p.m. ET Sunday, AMC The second season of this Western finds it marginally better paced and the characters moderated a bit from the broad archetypes seen in Season 1, but I still find lit ...
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Visit Baltimore CEO Noonan says hotels are poised to hire
The Business Journals - over 4 years
Visit Baltimore CEO Tom Noonan said Tuesday he expects the city’s hotel industry to increase its hiring over the next couple of years. At a meeting of the Baltimore Workforce Investment Board, Noonan said that hoteliers have just started to recover from the recession. Baltimore, for example, saw an increase in hotel tax revenue collected in the 2011 fiscal year, primarily due to a 2 percent hike in the hotel tax. The city collected $27.1 million in 2011, about $8 million more than the previous...
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Visit Baltimore using Grand Prix to nab new conventions - Bizjournals.com
Google News - over 5 years
Visit Baltimore CEO Tom Noonan at a press event Friday to kick off the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix. The city's top tourism official said Friday the Baltimore Grand Prix is being used as an opportunity to potentially book a “couple hundred million
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Southeast soccer returns with new coach - Kansas CW
Google News - over 5 years
Now Tom Noonan is the head coach for the Golden Buffaloes. The team is only returning five varsity players. Seniors John Sensman, Dorian Fox, Vinh Bui and Luis Soto are the returning leaders. “This year we have to be able to step and play our best to
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On tonight's "Louie," Louis CK goes to war - Creative Loafing Atlanta
Google News - over 5 years
At times the show leaves behind every pretense of behind a sitcom: last year's episode "God" flashed back to CK's Catholic boyhood and guest-starred looming character actor Tom Noonan as a doctor who described the sufferings of Jesus in ghastly detail
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AmeriPride® Services Strengthens Its "Green" Commitment With New Enterprise ... - PR Newswire (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
"AmeriPride represents a terrific example of an industry-leading company that has already made a strong commitment to the environment and constantly looks for innovative and cost-effective solutions to help meet its 'green' objectives," said Tom Noonan
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Downtown businesses rev up for Grand Prix - Baltimore Sun
Google News - over 5 years
"If you have a three-day ticket and are from out of town, you will also go shopping, go to restaurants and to other attractions, before the race and during the races," said Tom Noonan, president and chief executive of the city's convention and tourism
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Dodgers' Andre Ethier held out of lineup against Rockies - Los Angeles Times
Google News - over 5 years
The ingrown nail, which was on the big toe of Ethier's right foot, was cut by Rockies medical director Tom Noonan. The toe became infected and required an injection. "He can play," Dodgers trainer Stan Conte said. Mattingly said he considered starting
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Rox amazed, encouraged by Nicasio's recovery - MLB.com
Google News - over 5 years
Rockies right-hander pitcher Matt Daley underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder on Monday, performed by Rockies medical director Tom Noonan. Nick Kosmider is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the
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City Revving Up For Race Week - WBAL Baltimore
Google News - over 5 years
“For us, it's a great opportunity to show off what Baltimore can do, and this is a great opportunity to have a huge festival over Labor Day weekend,” said Tom Noonan of Visit Baltimore. The celebration will last for a week. Starting Aug
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JouleX Partners with Triton Federal Solutions for Energy Management - TMC Net
Google News - over 5 years
Tom Noonan, President and CEO of JouleX also recently sat down with TMC (News - Alert) CEO Rich Tehrani at Interop 2011 in Las Vegas to talk a little more about the company. See that video below. Project Performance Corporation (PPC) developed Data
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Dave on Demand: 5 actors gleaming like sea glass on bare sand - Philadelphia Inquirer
Google News - over 5 years
Huntley (played by Tom Noonan, whom you may remember as Hannibal Lecter's pen pal in 1986's Manhunter), comes up with a stale, very tenuous lead, and Patty, despite being the busiest lawyer in Manhattan, insists on driving up to Boston with him to
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84 Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Team Physicians for Major League Baseball - Becker's Orthopedic & Spine (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Tom Noonan, MD (Steadman Hawkins Clinic Denver, Colo). Dr. Noonan is a physician with Steadman Hawkins Clinic Denver and serves as the medical director for the Rockies. He earned his medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, NC,
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Maxol launches quality assurance initiative - HGV Ireland.com
Google News - over 5 years
'Speaking about the new pledge, Maxol CEO Tom Noonan said “Whilst the Maxol brand has always been synonymous with quality fuels, we believe that the introduction of the new pledge reinforces our retailers commitment to their customers at a time when
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Convention-related hotel room bookings in Baltimore down 8% - Baltimore Brew
Google News - over 5 years
There were 457051 hotel rooms booked this year for meetings between next year and 2020, compared to 495896 hotel room nights booked in 2010 for future years, according to the Baltimore Sun, quoting Tom Noonan, president and chief executive of Visit
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tom Noonan
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2015
    Age 63
    In 2015, Noonan voiced all of the supporting characters in Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman's stop-motion comedy-drama film Anomalisa, for which he won the San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actor.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1986
    Age 34
    In 1986, Noonan played Francis Dolarhyde, a serial killer who kills entire families, in Michael Mann's Manhunter, the first movie to feature Hannibal Lecter.
    More Details Hide Details Another supporting role, and another collaboration with director Michael Mann was in 1995, as Kelso in Heat. He also played the Frankenstein monster in The Monster Squad. During the 1990s, he wrote various plays, including two that he made into movies, What Happened Was (1994) and The Wife (1995). In the 2000s, Noonan appeared in various other movies, including a widely praised role as Sammy Barnathan in Synecdoche, New York, Charlie Kaufman's directorial debut. Most recently, he originally voiced one of the Wild Things in director Spike Jonze's Where the Wild Things Are, but was replaced by Chris Cooper. Noonan has also made numerous appearances in television series, including The X-Files (in the much-praised 1996 episode "Paper Hearts" that was written specifically for him), Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Tales from the Darkside and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (in which he starred alongside William Petersen, who played his nemesis, Will Graham, in Manhunter), and Detective Victor Huntley in Damages. He recently appeared on Louie as a doctor who takes the young Louie through the crucifixion in graphic anatomical detail. He also portrayed the Reverend Nathaniel Cole in the AMC original series Hell on Wheels.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1951
    Born
    Born on April 12, 1951.
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