Eleanor noble (actra, equity)

Eleanor Noble is a first generation Canadian, born and raised in Montreal, and holding dual citizenship with Canada and the UK.     She spent two years abroad as a Diplomat for the Canadian Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan during the lead up to Bin Laden's assassination. Her time there enriched her life experience to make her a better actor today, having seen and experienced real life situations up close and personally. 

Eleanor recently held a recurring role on YTV's The Game and has appeared on APTN's Mohawk Girls, Incendo's Amber Alert, and ID Discovery’s Fatal Vows.  Eleanor is most proud of her work in Nickelodeon’s series The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo, still considered one of the first ethnic ground breaking shows on television.  Shot on 35mm camera, she played Shelby Woo’s best friend, Angie Burns, alongside Pat Morita. 

Thriving as one of the top voice performers in Montreal, Eleanor's mastering of boys voices, while creating additional voices of her own, has resulted in her working on almost every series that records in the city. Most notably George and Wally in Arthur;  Nico in Jack;  Ring and Miss Frisella in Disney's Tulli Tales;  and Maggie in the live action dubbed series, now on Netflix World Wide, Maggie & Bianca. Additionally, she has lent her voice to some great roles in the video game genre such as Maria in Assassin's Creed and Sarah Fisher in the first Splinter Cell.  She received a nomination for 'Most Outstanding Voice in a Dubbed or Animated Series' for the role of Cyana Baahra in Malo Korrigan and the Space Tracers. 

Eleanor has also performed on main stage theatre stages across Canada including the Centaur Theater in Montreal, Canadian Stage Company in Toronto, the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Manitoba Theater Center in Winnipeg, Theater Calgary, and the Vancouver Playhouse. She has received a Nomination for Best Actress, Winner of Best Production, and Winner for Best Ensemble. Eleanor was last seen on stage at the Centaur Theatre in the critically acclaimed production of Clybourne Park directed by Ellen David and will be seen in the Centaur Theatre’s 2018 season production of The Baklawa Recipe directed by Emma Tibaldo. 

She is a graduate of the Professional Theatre Program (The Dome Theater) at Dawson College in Montreal.


Represented by: Kim Vaincourt


Credits & online

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