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“But it didn’t matter that he was five to 10 years too young for the role. That was the beginning of our now very long relationship.” Wyle remains committed to the Blank, which continues to offer new challenges, such as in 2006, when Henning convinced him to play Salvador Dali in a production of Kira Obolensky’s play “Lobster Alice.” “It’s phenomenal work,” Henning said.
“You won’t believe it’s Noah Wyle in that character because he just morphed, just transformed.” (You can check out a clip below.) Wyle is now the Blank’s Artistic Producer, a role he accepted 17 years ago. R.’ and making decent enough money that I could write a good check to keep us operating,” he said, “And I was more interested in changing and founding the company with a specific mission statement.
The doctor is out: Noah Wyle is leaving ER as a regular cast member at the end of this season, US television network NBC said today.
Wyle, 33, the only original star who has remained with the medical drama through its 11 years, will return for four episodes in each of the next two seasons. True love steals away his character, Dr John Carter, who reunites in the May 12 episode with girlfriend Kem (Thandie Newton), a health administrator he met doing volunteer medical work in Africa.
As they departed, Wyle turned into the show's centrepiece.Carter leaves Chicago's County General Hospital in the May 19 season finale. Noah and I have a lot of history together," ER executive producer John Wells told USA Today."He's a wonderful actor and a wonderful man, and it's been great to watch him grow up and get married and have a family." In 2004, Wyle said he intended to leave ER when his contract ended this season.“There’s certain shows that have a big audience but don’t necessarily fit the edgier brand that I think TNT is trying to be.Yet, they bring an audience that’s a pretty good demographic,” he said to Indie Wire.
Still, Devlin noted that Reilly isn’t aggressively against “The Librarians.” “Since the beginning, it’s not the kind of show he set out to be doing,” Devlin said.