John Noel is an NYC-based actor that has appeared in several television roles;
he played a disgruntled McCoy in the Hatfield and McCoy battle on Blood Feuds,
a young father who meets a tragic end on Investigation Discovery's Elder Skelter,
a young Carl Sagan on Travel Channel's Mysteries at the Museum series,
and a nervous party host on TruTV's Hack My Life.
He also starred as in the independent film Ginger (which won a Diamond Award at the California Film awards), worked on lead roles in industrials with GE Capital and The U.S. Army, has a VISR ad currently running on YouTube videos, he's the narrator for the multi-award-winning Life and Death of Tommy Chaos, along with numerous other roles in short films.
He's also had many theatrical performances in New York City including shows for the American Theatre of Actors, Manhattan Repertory Theater, the Onomatopoeia Theater Co., BITE Theatre Co., 13th St. Repertory Theater, and he also performed in The Spot and Sex In The Classroom which both won their series of independent play festivals.