Chris Noel

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Chris Noel
Born(1941-07-02) July 2, 1941 (age 72)
West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
NationalityAmerican
OccupationActor, Art Department, host of American Forces Radio & Television (AFRTS) Radio Show
Years active1963-2010
Known forGirl Happy, Wild Wild Winter and The Tormentors
Notable work(s)Mid 1960s
Height1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
 
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Chris Noel
Born(1941-07-02) July 2, 1941 (age 72)
West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
NationalityAmerican
OccupationActor, Art Department, host of American Forces Radio & Television (AFRTS) Radio Show
Years active1963-2010
Known forGirl Happy, Wild Wild Winter and The Tormentors
Notable work(s)Mid 1960s
Height1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)

Chris Noel (born on July 2, 1941) is a Californian actress of the 1960s.


Singer[edit]

In the early '70's, Chris Noel was in New York and was working with Paul Colby, impresario and owner of the famous Greenwich Village club, The Bitter End. Chris was performing cover songs by John Prine and needed a backup band. Paul asked Dennis Lepri who had worked with Kenny Rogers and Gunhill Road to form a band for her and produce her sound. After auditioning many New York area musicians, the band "Quilt" was formed. After extensive rehearsals at the Bitter End, the band showcased for selected industry executives to mixed reviews. Some time after, the band was dissolved and Chris pursued other interests.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1963Soldier in the RainFrances McCoy
1964Honeymoon HotelNancy Penrose
Looking for LoveActress (uncredited)
Diary of a BachelorBachelorette
Get Yourself a College GirlSue Ann Mobley
1965Girl HappyBetsy
Joy in the MorningMary Ellen Kincaid
Beach BallSusan
1966Wild Wild WinterSusan
Good Old DaysPantha
1967The Glory StompersChris
1968For Singles OnlyLily
1971The TormentorsEve
1980Detour to TerrorPeggy Cameron
1981Fly Away HomeSpecial Thanks (radio broadcasts in Vietnam)
1985Cease FireWendy
1986Sin of InnocenceWedding Guest

Television[edit]

YearTelevision SeriesRoleEpisode(s)
1963The Eleventh HourEvelyn"Try to Keep Alive Until Next Tuesday"
1964The LieutenantGinny"Between Music and Laughter"
BewitchedSusan"Love Is Blind"
1965Burke's LawMiss Larchmont / Patience Stevens2 episodes
The Smothers Brothers ShowClaudia"I Wouldn't Miss My Own Funeral for Anything"
Perry MasonSusan Wolfe"The Case of the Silent Six"
My Three SonsMargie"Marriage and Stuff"
My Mother the CarHelen"Many Happy No-Returns"
1966Occasional WifeMarilyn"Pilot"
1968The Pat Boone ShowHerselfEpisode dated 31 January 1968
1980Wild TimesDolly"Episode #1.1"
1981CHiPsKaren"11-99: Officer Needs Help"
1989B.L. StrykerUnknown"Blues for Buder"
China BeachHerself"Vets"
2005Tricky TVProperty Master (Art Department)Unknown
2007Cape WrathStand-By Props (Art Department)7 episodes
2010MissingStand-By Props (Art Department)10 episodes

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