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Noah Bean
Noah Bean 2013 (cropped)
General Information
Gender: Male
Birthday: August 20, 1978
Age: 41
Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Social Networks: Instagram
Twitter
Other Information
Height: 5'10¾"
Occupation(s): Actor
Education: Pine Point School
The Williams School
Boston University's College of Fine Arts
Talents: Acting
Family & Friends
Family: Ruth Crocker (mother)
Richard Robert Bean (father)
Greta Lilia Bean (daughter)
Friends: Rose Byrne
Seth Gabel
Jack Bender
Relationships: Lyndsy Fonseca (wife)
Series Information
Character: Daniel Colter / Daniel
First appearance: The Stable Boy
Last appearance: The Queen Is Dead (uncredited)

Noah Whipple Bean is an American actor best known for his roles as Ryan Fletcher on The CW action-thriller series Nikita, as David Connor on the FX legal drama Damages and his leading performance in the independent film The Pill.

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Career

Prior to his role on Damages, Bean had a number of minor and less notable roles on the television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Ed, Joan of Arcadia, Numb3rs, and Crumbs, the films Williamstowne and Stay, and a number of commercials.

He labels his signing on the role of David Connor on Damages, the fiancé of the protagonist, as being "lucky", praising the script of the show and also the fact that it is shot in New York City, where he is currently living. He also says he was aware that his character dies in the first season and was disappointed but "thrilled" for the opportunity to have a full season. He also summarizes working with Glenn Close, Željko Ivanek and Ted Danson as "a dream come true". Bean returned for guest appearances in one episode each of the show's second, third, and fifth seasons.

Bean has also been involved in theatre, Broadway and off-Broadway. His first role was in Philadelphia Here I Come!, a role which he was offered when the originally cast actor left the show four days before the opening. He co-runs a theatre company, Stage 13, with several other actors, directors and playwrights, including Dan Fogler, in New York, and although he prefers screen acting, he says, "I love the theater and would always go back to do a play if it was an exciting project." He appeared as a guest star in the episode "Ability" of the TV series Fringe. In 2015, he starred as Aaron Marker in Syfy's Science-Fiction series 12 Monkeys.

He was also a series regular on The CW television series Nikita, as CIA Agent Ryan Fletcher.

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