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actor , writer

Noble Hughes, American writer, actor. Member Hemingway Society, Friends of The Hemingway Collection, Northeast Texas Museum Association, Hunt County Museum, Native American Association.

Background

Hughes, Noble was born on March 8, 1939 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Son of Noble Meridith and Mary Virginia (Swaim) Hughes.

Education

Diploma, James Dean Theatre School, 1957.

Career

Instructor Ernest Hemingway Workshops, Department Continuing Education, East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Thirteen Letters to Johnny, 1977, The First Hemingway Billfish Tournament (with Charlie Anderson) 1993, The Restless Tide (poetry) 1994. Columnist, feature story writer The Conch Shell news-magazine, 1980, Real World Educators, 1994. Playwright Ernest Hemingway-The Man.

      Appeared in (plays) The Lady's Not for Burning, 1957, Arsenic and Old Lace, 1957, Our Heart's Were Young and Gay, 1956, The Fantastiks, 1975, The Emperor's New Clothes, 1958, Picnic, Ernest Hemingway-The Man, 1991, 92, 93, 94, (films) PT-109, 1963, Winning, (television) The Rising Generation, (television shows), The Jerry Van Dyke Show, 1959, The Larry Lewnam Show, 1959, Prime Minister Magazine Atlanta, 1982. Producer, co-host (broadcast) Indian Country, since 1995.

Membership

Member Hemingway Society, Friends of The Hemingway Collection, Northeast Texas Museum Association, Hunt County Museum, Native American Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: deep sea fishing, sketching.

Connections

Married Linda Lou Mahoney. 1 child, Will Knight.

father:
Noble Meridith Hughes

mother:
Mary Virginia (Swaim) Hughes

spouse:
Linda Lou Mahoney;1 child

child:
Will Knight Hughes