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03-02-2009, 10:50 AM
Hey guys! If you find any new articles, interviews or videos that feature John, this is the thread to post them in!
03-11-2009, 10:51 PM
Here's a vid, although Im sure most of you guys have already seen it!.
YouTube - Fringe - intervista a John Noble (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxgmSDETF_I)
09-17-2009, 03:58 PM
John Noble is fetaured in the LA Times today
Science fiction has produced some of the most memorable characters in television history. There’s Spock, Dr. Who, Bender B. Rodriguez, Adm. William Adama, Sam Becket, Optimus Prime. The list could go on forever, but a new name has made a permanent place for itself in the group: Dr. Walter Bishop. The combination of mad scientist, delighted child and psychotropic drug enthusiast, Walter is a core component of "Fringe," and in a single season he’s become one of the most interesting individuals on the small screen.
While the brain child of series creators J.J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, Walter also owes just as much of his creation to John Noble. The Aussie actor began his career in theater down under before leaping into roles in "24" and "Stargate" and as the mentally unstable Steward of Gondor in Peter Jackson’s "Lord of the Rings: Return of the King."
Last fall he donned the lab coat, grabbed a Slusho, and Walter Bishop entered the world.
Just in time for the premiere of "Fringe’s" second season, I got a chance to speak with Noble about the character of Walter, the morality of science and the acting talent of cows.
Are you filming now?
We’re very deep into it. We’ve just finished our seventh episode, and we’ll start our eighth today.
I watched the first episode. Seems that the show is taking a little more of an active versus reactive approach to the fringe science this season.
I think so. I think that was the logical way to go. A lot of that was to do with the character that Joshua Jackson plays. He takes a much more active role. We’ve also learned an awful lot about the Olivia character. She’s been through hell.
The full interview is here
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