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SLEEPY HOLLOW: John Noble Previews His New Character, Henry Parrish

October 31, 2013 by  
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Since FRINGE went off the air earlier this year, John Noble has been largely MIA from our television screens (aside from a brief THE GOOD WIFE guest spot), but that will soon change: his first SLEEPY HOLLOW episode airs this Monday!

“I remember talking talking with [SLEEPY HOLLOW/FRINGE co-creators] Alex [Kurtzman] and Roberto [Orci] about [SLEEPY HOLLOW] last year: they came up [to Vancouver] for the 100th episode party for FRINGE,” Noble told reporters on a conference call earlier today. “And they actually said to me, ‘Would you come and do a guest role in the pilot?’ And we talked it through, but nothing happened. But as a result, I had an interest in the show and that they were doing it…[and when it came time for this role] I got a call through my management first, and then Alex contacted me, and we took it from there.”

In Monday’s episode, “The Sin Eater,” Noble’s character, Henry Parrish — who will appear in four episodes in the show’s first season and Noble said he expects to back for “quite a lot” of the already-ordered second season — enters the SLEEPY HOLLOW world reluctantly.

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FRINGE: J.H. Wyman Answers a Couple ‘The Boy Must Live’ Burning Questions. Plus, John Noble on Walter’s Destiny

January 12, 2013 by  
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[This post contains spoilers for the FRINGE episode “The Boy Must Live.” Please don’t read this until you’ve viewed the episode, or important aspects of the hour will be ruined for you.]

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FRINGE: John Noble Teases ‘Black Blotter’

December 11, 2012 by  
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In FRINGE’s second, third, and fourth season, episode 19 marked an hour that was “a little off the beaten path.” I mean, how else could the show do a musical noir, animated installment, or an episode that jumped more than two decades into the future? Sadly, since the fifth and final season of FRINGE will only consist of 13 episodes, the series won’t reach that annual tradition…but executive producer J.H. Wyman did tease that this week’s episode is what comes the closest.

When I spoke with FRINGE star John Noble (Walter) at the Fox show’s 100th episode/series finale event, he teased a little bit about what you can expect from “Black Blotter”…

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