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Noah Bean stars in "Nikita" on The CW as Ryan Fletcher, the ex-CIA agent who has now taken over Division. He previously starred as David Connor in "Damages."

Noah Bean's other television credits include recurring roles on the series "Dark Blue," from executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer, and "Lipstick Jungle," starring Brooke Shields. Bean also appeared in guest-starring roles on such series as "Once Upon a Time," "Cold Case," "Private Practice," "Fringe," "Medium," "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," "Numb3rs," "Crumbs," "Joan of Arcadia" and "Law & Order: SVU."

On the big screen, Bean was recently seen as the male lead in the romantic comedy "The Pill," opposite Rachel Boston. For his work in the film, Bean received the New York Emerging Talent Award at the Big Apple Film Festival; the film received a number of other awards on the festival circuit and was released theatrically in December 2011. Other recent film credits include "Little Murder," opposite Josh Lucas, "Morning Glory," with Rachel McAdams, and the horror satire "Hysterical Psycho," which premiered at the TriBeCa Film Festival in April 2009. In 2005, Bean appeared in the Marc Forster film "Stay," with Ewan MacGregor, Ryan Gosling and Naomi Watts, from Fox/New Regency. Bean more recently starred as the male lead in the independent feature "Black Marigolds."

On the New York stage, Bean most recently starred in a new adaptation of Tennessee Williams' "One Arm," from acclaimed director Moises Kaufman, at the New Group, in the summer of 2011. He also starred in "The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall," a new play by Sam Forman, directed by Sam Gold, which was produced by Bean's theater company, Stage 13, that was co-founded with Dan Fogler and several other New York-based actors. Previously, Bean starred in David Henry Hwang's "Yellow Face," a wild satire about cultural identity, at the Public Theater.

Other New York theater credits include starring roles in "Kid Simple," "Amerika," "Crazy Jane on God," "Moon Children," "Mary Rose," "Voyage of the Carcass" and "The Mapmaker's Sorrow." Bean's regional theater credits include Lanford Wilson's classic "Fifth of July," at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, "Bus Stop" at the Huntington Theater (for which he was nominated for both an Elliot Norton Award and an IRNE Award), "Romance," "Our Town," "A Christmas Carol," "The Winter's Tale," "Philadelphia, Here I Come!" and "Love's Labour's Lost." Daily Variety's 2006 review of "Love's Labour's Lost" comments that "Bean is captivating, delivering the play's best speeches with clarity, thought and assured grace."

Raised in Mystic, Connecticut, Bean is a graduate of Boston University's School of Fine Arts. His training also includes the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).


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Age: 38 years old
Birthday: August 20, 1978
Birthplace: Boston, MA
Hometown: Mystic, CT

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