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Patsy Ann Noble

Biography

Patsy Ann Noble enjoyed performing professions in Australia and Britain before embracing operating in the past due ’60s. She was created into a category of performers in Australia: her dad Buster Noble was a favorite comic, vocalist and dancer while her mom, the previous Helen de Paul, was a choreographer and stage maker. As a kid, she appeared in a variety of productions of her parents, and became a performer in her personal right on a favorite radio system in 1950. Noble analyzed performing and dance, and was certified to instruct ballet at age 14. She consequently became the lead vocalist and presented dancer in her parents’ creation of the revue known as International Follies. Noble’s tv debut adopted in 1960, and was authorized as regular performer on Bandstand, a every week Australian musical display. A recording agreement using the Australian department of HMV Information — a device from the EMI group — resulted in the discharge of her 1st single, “I REALLY LIKE You A LOT It Hurts,” in past due 1960. “BEAUTIFUL Boy,” released a yr later, charted both in Sydney and Melbourne (Australia didn’t possess an established nationwide record chart in those times), and resulted in the discharge of Noble’s 1st album, SIMPLY FOR You, that was given the very first Logie Award ever granted for Greatest Female Vocalist. Her achievement as a vocalist didn’t distract Noble from her performing, and she made an appearance in severe theatrical productions during this time period. Having eliminated about so far as music could consider her in Australia, Noble going for Britain in 1963, and began at the very top when she finished up producing her BBC debut alongside the Beatles; Noble as well as the band finished up producing several televised performances jointly, and she appeared poised for a significant performing career, issuing an excellent gal group-type record in 1963 with “NOT Ever Change YOUR BRAIN” b/w “Sour Grapes.” She was a normal panelist on Juke Container Jury and in addition appeared within the jukebox musical Simply for Fun, and got a performing spot in a single episode of Top secret Agent/Risk Man. In some way, the achievement never found Noble being a vocalist, despite appearances on the London Palladium as well as the Paris Olympia Movie theater, and by 1966 she’d started to emphasize her performing once more, though she continuing to record edges for Polydor until past due in the 10 years. It had been as Trisha Noble, with her locks dyed blonde, that she appreciated considerably more achievement, both in Britain and America, on tv series such as for example Executive Collection and Strike Push, and in feature movies, including Celebrity Wars Show 1: The Phantom Menace (1999).

Quick Facts


Full Name Trisha Noble
Height 1.62 m
Profession Actor, Singer
Nationality Australian
Spouse Peter Field, Scott MacKenzie, Alan Sharpe
Children Patrick Mackenzie
Parents Helen De Paul, Clarence Lancelot Noble
Siblings Amanda Noble
Awards Logie Award for Best Female Singer (National)
Music Songs Don't You Ever Change Your Mind, It's Better To Cry Today, Sour Grapes, He Tells Me With His Eyes, I Did Nothing Wrong, Crack In The Door, Once In A Lifetime, Good Looking Boy, Better Late Than Ever
Nominations NME Award for British Female Singer, NME Award for World Female Singer
Movies The Private Eyes, Carry On Camping, Death Is a Woman, Live It Up!, Sing and Swing, Deadline, The Courage and the Passion, One of Our Own, Strike Force, Body Business
TV Shows Strike Force, Executive Suite, We Have Ways of Making You Laugh, We Have to Stop Now


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#Fact
1 Has one son: Patrick MacKensie: (born 1977).
2 Has one younger sister: Amanda Noble.
3 She was awarded the 1962 Logie Award for Best Female Singer of the Year.
4 Has appeared with Leigh McCloskey in episodes of two different series: Executive Suite (1976) and Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979).
5 In 1967, she changed her stage name from Patsy Ann Noble to Trisha Noble in order to distance herself from her years as a teenage popular singer.
6 Daughter of Clarence Lancelot Buster Noble (1913-1990) and Helen de Paul (born Helen McGoulrick; 1921-2007).


Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith 2005 Jobal Naberrie
All Saints 2000-2004 TV Series Mrs. Summers / Sr. O'Reilly
Blonde 2001 TV Mini-Series Dr. Mittelstadt
Water Rats 2000 TV Series Mrs. Clarke
Body Business 1986 TV Movie
Matt Houston 1983 TV Series Melinda
Oh Madeline 1983 TV Series Julie
T.J. Hooker 1983 TV Series Lorraine Daggett
Casablanca 1983 TV Series Celia
Hart to Hart 1982 TV Series Laela
..Deadline.. 1982 TV Movie Gillian Boles
Strike Force 1981-1982 TV Series Sergeant Rosie Johnson
The Love Boat 1981 TV Series Gertrude Turner
Flamingo Road 1981 TV Series Vanessa Curtis
Willow B: Women in Prison 1980 TV Movie Chris Bricker
The Private Eyes 1980 Mistress Phyllis Morley
Stone 1980 TV Series Lynette
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 1979 TV Series Sabrina
Eischied 1979 TV Series Jeanne
The Wild Wild West Revisited 1979 TV Movie Penelope
Mrs. Columbo 1979 TV Series Patty
The Rockford Files 1979 TV Series Odette Lependieu
Fantasy Island 1978 TV Series Denise Carlson
The Courage and the Passion 1978 TV Movie Lt. Lisa Rydell
Husbands, Wives & Lovers 1978 TV Series Carol
How the West Was Won 1976-1978 TV Series Valerie
James at 16 1978 TV Series Call Girl
The Rhinemann Exchange 1977 TV Mini-Series Irene
Testimony of Two Men 1977 TV Mini-Series Edna Beamish
McMillan & Wife 1977 TV Series Beulah Harrington
Executive Suite 1976-1977 TV Series Yvonne Holland
Mary Tyler Moore 1976 TV Series Whitney Lewis
One of Our Own 1975 TV Movie Sabina Rogoff
The Bob Crane Show 1975 TV Series Student
Columbo 1975 TV Series Marcy
Baretta 1975 TV Series Girl
The Courtship of Eddie's Father 1972 TV Series Dr. Liz Park
Night Gallery 1971 TV Series Sherry (segment "House - With Ghost")
Fraud Squad 1970 TV Series Liz Paterson
Up Pompeii! 1970 TV Series Luscia / High Priestess of the Vestal Virgins
Callan 1970 TV Series Jean Price
It's Tommy Cooper 1970 TV Series Guest
Z Cars 1969 TV Series Betty Jordan
Who-Dun-It 1969 TV Series Dolores Vail
Carry on Camping 1969 Sally
Out of the Unknown 1969 TV Series Gladia
Iolanthe 1968 TV Movie Iolanthe
We Have Ways of Making You Laugh 1968 TV Series Various
Mickey Dunne 1967 TV Series Janie Jenkins
The Wednesday Play 1966 TV Series Francoise Clouet
Secret Agent 1966 TV Series Susan Wade
Love Is a Woman 1966 Francesca (as Patsy Ann Noble)
The Benny Hill Show 1966 TV Series Guest Performer

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Benny Hill Show 1970 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Secret Agent 1966 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Sing and Swing 1963 performer: "Accidents Will Happen" - as Patsy Ann Noble

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
My First Toy Company 2007 Short special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Benny Hill Show 1970 TV Series Herself / Various Roles
Crowther's Back in Town 1970 TV Series Herself
The Engelbert Humperdinck Show 1970 TV Series Herself
The Dave King Show 1969 TV Series Herself
The Liberace Show 1969 TV Series Herself
International Cabaret 1968 TV Series Herself
The Dick Emery Show 1967-1968 TV Series Herself
The Charlie Drake Show 1967 TV Series Herself
The Blackpool Show 1967 TV Series Herself
Juke Box Jury 1966 TV Series Herself - Panellist
Five O'Clock Club 1965-1966 TV Series Herself
Thank Your Lucky Stars 1963-1966 TV Series Herself / Herself - Guest Host
Ni figue ni raisin 1965 TV Series Herself
With Andy 1965 TV Series Herself
Comedy Bandbox 1964-1965 TV Series Herself
Reels Within Reels 1964 Documentary short Herself (as Patsy Ann Noble)
The Eamonn Andrews Show 1964 TV Series Herself
Blackpool Night Out 1964 TV Series Herself
The Andy Stewart Show 1964 TV Series Herself
Big Night Out 1964 TV Series Herself
Hi There! It's Rolf Harris 1964 TV Series Herself
A Dream Singing 1964 TV Movie Herself - Performer (as Patsy Ann Noble)
Val Parnell's Sunday Night at the London Palladium 1963 TV Series Herself
Sing and Swing 1963 Herself (as Patsy Ann Noble)
Ready, Steady, Go! 1963 TV Series Herself
Pops and Lenny 1963 TV Series Herself
Discs a Go-Go 1963 TV Series Herself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 2 1999 TV Special documentary Herself (uncredited)
What's a Carry On? 1998 TV Movie documentary Sally (uncredited)
Carry on Laughing 1981 TV Series Sally
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 1980 TV Series Sabrina

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1962 Logie Logie Awards Best Female Singer


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#Trademark
1 Seductive deep voice
2 Voluptuous figure
3 Large brown eyes
4 Natural brunette hair


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