Noah Wyle’s New Series ‘Leverage: Redemption’ Adds to His Years in TV as Well as His Net Worth
Noah Wyle emerged as one of the most successful actors in the 1990s for his portrayal of Dr. John Carter on the television show ER.
He played the medical professional for fifteen years (1994-2009) for which he received three Golden Globe nominations and five Primetime Emmy nominations.
Wyle has carved a name for himself in the entertainment industry after 25 years of performing in television and films.
This piece looks at his best roles, his personal life, and his net worth.
Noah Wyle’s Notable Career Roles
Wyle received his first acting role in the NBC mini-series, Blind Faith when he was just 17 years old. In 1991, he made his debut feature picture titled Crooked Hearts.
Apart from the medical drama, ER, the talented actor has also featured in several series in notable roles including Flynn Carsen in The Librarian franchise (2004–2018) and Tom Mason in the Steven Spielberg produced show Falling Skies (2011–2015).
He also appeared in movies like A Few Good Me, Swing Kids, The Myth of Fingerprints, and many more.
More recently, Wyle was nominated for a Critics' Choice Television Award in 2019 for his portrayal of Daniel Calder in the television miniseries The Red Line. The show explored some of America's darkest realities, allowing him to highlight his incredible talent.
Also, the ER star joined the cast of IMDb TV’s upcoming crime drama Leverage: Redemption as Harry Wilson. He is all set to portray a high-powered advocate and fixer for an opioid tycoon, Fletcher Maxwell played by Reed Diamond.
In a July 5, 2021 interview with TV Line, Wyle described his character as a bad guy who didn't know he was a bad guy.
According to him, Wilson was so focused on his own competence that he didn't know what his abilities were inspiring other individuals to do.
Noah Wyle's Relationships
Wyle has been married two times and is a father of three kids.
He disclosed his engagement to Tracy Warbin in March 1999 and tied the knot a year later in 2000. They initially met on the sets of The Myth of Fingerprints in 1996 where she worked as a makeup artist.
The couple shared two kids — son, Owen Strausser, born on November 9, 2002, and daughter, Auden, born on October 15, 2005.
Unfortunately, they split in 2010 after 11 years of marriage and shared joint custody of their children.
The 50-year-old actor married Nip/Tuck actress Sara Wells in an intimate ceremony at their Santa Barbara estate in 2014. They then went on a honeymoon to Paris.
Wyle and his wife initially met at The Blank Theatre Company during a show and began dating in 2011. The couple was blessed with a daughter, Frances Harper, born on June 22, 2015.
What is Noah Wyle’s Net Worth as of 2021?
Wyle has built a successful empire for himself, after working in the Hollywood industry for over two-and-a-half decades. The Falling Skies star has an estimated net worth of $25 million.
Wyle made a whopping $9 million every season during the prime of his ER career.
While most of his self-made fortune has been contributed through his remarkable acting career, he is also the artistic producer of an LA-based theater company named Blank Theatre Company.
The company primarily hosts an annual young writers event and recently acquired Second Stage Theatre in Hollywood.