08:00 PM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 09/10/2004 08:15AM
Noah Wyle, the last major character to remain with NBC's ER since the medical drama premiered in 1994, plans to leave the series at the end of this season.
Originally posted 05/06/2004 9:00AM
He still may have looked like ER's Dr. Jon Carter, but Noah Wyle told PEOPLE, "I feel like Mr. Smith goes to Washington" when he spoke at the National Press Club Wednesday as the spokesperson for the May 10-16 "Cover the Uninsured Week."
Originally posted 08/14/2003 10:35AM
Dr. John Carter is in, and likely to remain so.
Originally posted 04/18/2002 10:00AM
The "ER" star and his wife, Tracy, are expecting in November, while last week the "Edward Scissorshands" star and his companion had a son.
Originally posted 02/01/1999 12:00AM
address at Apple's big MacWorld trade show in New York in his trademark blue jeans and black turtleneck -- looking for all the world like actor Noah Wyle, who portrayed Jobs (not always flatteringly) in the recent TNT cable-TV movie "Pirates of Silicon Valley." "He did a wonderful job of portraying all my quirks and idiosyncrasies," Jobs later told the Associated Press. Jobs admitted he watched the TV movie, which sliced up both him and Bill Gates. "It could have been more accurate," he said.
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