Known for movies

Short Info

SpousePeter Field, Scott MacKenzie, Alan Sharpe
MarkLarge brown eyes
FactShe was awarded the 1962 Logie Award for Best Female Singer of the Year.

Trisha Noble (born Patricia Ann Noble on December 5, 1944 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian actress and singer. She is best known for her roles in the “Mad Max” film series and in the television series “The Sullivans”.

Noble was born to parents who were both vaudeville performers. She began her career as a child actress, appearing in various Australian television series and films. In the early 1970s, she relocated to the United States where she appeared in several American television series. She returned to Australia in 1975 to star in the film “Mad Max”.

Noble’s other film credits include “The Man from Snowy River”, “The Return of Captain Invincible” and “Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith”. She has also appeared in numerous stage productions.

In addition to her acting career, Noble is also a singer. She has released two albums, “Trisha Noble” (1972) and “New Horizons” (1974).

Noble has been married three times. Her first marriage was to American actor James Hampton, with whom she had one son. Her second marriage was to Australian actor George Lazenby, with whom she had two daughters. Her third marriage is to Australian businessman James Stunt, with whom she has one son.

Noble has a net worth of $5 million.

General Info

Full NameTrisha Noble
Height1.62 m
ProfessionActor, Singer


SpousePeter Field, Scott MacKenzie, Alan Sharpe
ChildrenPatrick Mackenzie
ParentsHelen De Paul, Clarence Lancelot Noble
SiblingsAmanda Noble


AwardsLogie Award for Best Female Singer (National)
NominationsNME Award for British Female Singer, NME Award for World Female Singer
MoviesThe Private Eyes, Carry On Camping, Death Is a Woman, Live It Up!, Sing and Swing, Body Business, The Courage and the Passion, Deadline, Strike Force, One of Our Own
TV ShowsStrike Force, We Have Ways of Making You Laugh, We Have to Stop Now, Executive Suite

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#Marks / Signs
1Seductive deep voice
2Voluptuous figure
3Large brown eyes
4Natural brunette hair


1Has one son: Patrick MacKensie: (born 1977).
2Has one younger sister: Amanda Noble.
3She was awarded the 1962 Logie Award for Best Female Singer of the Year.
4Has appeared with Leigh McCloskey in episodes of two different series: Executive Suite (1976) and Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979).
5In 1967, she changed her stage name from Patsy Ann Noble to Trisha Noble in order to distance herself from her years as a teenage popular singer.
6Daughter of Clarence Lancelot Buster Noble (1913-1990) and Helen de Paul (born Helen McGoulrick; 1921-2007).



Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith2005Jobal Naberrie
All Saints2000-2004TV SeriesMrs. Summers / Sr. O'Reilly
Blonde2001TV Mini-SeriesDr. Mittelstadt
Water Rats2000TV SeriesMrs. Clarke
Body Business1986TV Movie
Matt Houston1983TV SeriesMelinda
Oh Madeline1983TV SeriesJulie
T.J. Hooker1983TV SeriesLorraine Daggett
Casablanca1983TV SeriesCelia
Hart to Hart1982TV SeriesLaela
..Deadline..1982TV MovieGillian Boles
Strike Force1981-1982TV SeriesSergeant Rosie Johnson
The Love Boat1981TV SeriesGertrude Turner
Flamingo Road1981TV SeriesVanessa Curtis
Willow B: Women in Prison1980TV MovieChris Bricker
The Private Eyes1980Mistress Phyllis Morley
Stone1980TV SeriesLynette
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century1979TV SeriesSabrina
Eischied1979TV SeriesJeanne
The Wild Wild West Revisited1979TV MoviePenelope
Mrs. Columbo1979TV SeriesPatty
The Rockford Files1979TV SeriesOdette Lependieu
Fantasy Island1978TV SeriesDenise Carlson
The Courage and the Passion1978TV MovieLt. Lisa Rydell
Husbands, Wives & Lovers1978TV SeriesCarol
How the West Was Won1976-1978TV SeriesValerie
James at 161978TV SeriesCall Girl
The Rhinemann Exchange1977TV Mini-SeriesIrene
Testimony of Two Men1977TV Mini-SeriesEdna Beamish
McMillan & Wife1977TV SeriesBeulah Harrington
Executive Suite1976-1977TV SeriesYvonne Holland
Mary Tyler Moore1976TV SeriesWhitney Lewis
One of Our Own1975TV MovieSabina Rogoff
The Bob Crane Show1975TV SeriesStudent
Columbo1975TV SeriesMarcy
Baretta1975TV SeriesGirl
The Courtship of Eddie's Father1972TV SeriesDr. Liz Park
Night Gallery1971TV SeriesSherry (segment "House - With Ghost")
Fraud Squad1970TV SeriesLiz Paterson
Up Pompeii!1970TV SeriesLuscia / High Priestess of the Vestal Virgins
Callan1970TV SeriesJean Price
It's Tommy Cooper1970TV SeriesGuest
Z Cars1969TV SeriesBetty Jordan
Who-Dun-It1969TV SeriesDolores Vail
Carry on Camping1969Sally
Out of the Unknown1969TV SeriesGladia
Iolanthe1968TV MovieIolanthe
We Have Ways of Making You Laugh1968TV SeriesVarious
Mickey Dunne1967TV SeriesJanie Jenkins
The Wednesday Play1966TV SeriesFrancoise Clouet
Secret Agent1966TV SeriesSusan Wade
Love Is a Woman1966Francesca (as Patsy Ann Noble)
The Benny Hill Show1966TV SeriesGuest Performer


The Benny Hill Show1970TV Series performer - 1 episode
Secret Agent1966TV Series performer - 1 episode
Sing and Swing1963performer: "Accidents Will Happen" - as Patsy Ann Noble


My First Toy Company2007Short special thanks


The Benny Hill Show1970TV SeriesHerself / Various Roles
Crowther's Back in Town1970TV SeriesHerself
The Engelbert Humperdinck Show1970TV SeriesHerself
The Dave King Show1969TV SeriesHerself
The Liberace Show1969TV SeriesHerself
International Cabaret1968TV SeriesHerself
The Dick Emery Show1967-1968TV SeriesHerself
The Charlie Drake Show1967TV SeriesHerself
The Blackpool Show1967TV SeriesHerself
Juke Box Jury1966TV SeriesHerself - Panellist
Five O'Clock Club1965-1966TV SeriesHerself
Thank Your Lucky Stars1963-1966TV SeriesHerself / Herself - Guest Host
Ni figue ni raisin1965TV SeriesHerself
With Andy1965TV SeriesHerself
Comedy Bandbox1964-1965TV SeriesHerself
Reels Within Reels1964Documentary shortHerself (as Patsy Ann Noble)
The Eamonn Andrews Show1964TV SeriesHerself
Blackpool Night Out1964TV SeriesHerself
The Andy Stewart Show1964TV SeriesHerself
Big Night Out1964TV SeriesHerself
Hi There! It's Rolf Harris1964TV SeriesHerself
A Dream Singing1964TV MovieHerself - Performer (as Patsy Ann Noble)
Val Parnell's Sunday Night at the London Palladium1963TV SeriesHerself
Sing and Swing1963Herself (as Patsy Ann Noble)
Ready, Steady, Go!1963TV SeriesHerself
Pops and Lenny1963TV SeriesHerself
Discs a Go-Go1963TV SeriesHerself

Archive Footage

Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 21999TV Special documentaryHerself (uncredited)
What's a Carry On?1998TV Movie documentarySally (uncredited)
Carry on Laughing1981TV SeriesSally
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century1980TV SeriesSabrina


Won Awards

1962LogieLogie AwardsBest Female Singer

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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