In 2006 Noah Starr wrote a script for Family Guy called 'Big, Fat, Behind ... The Music'.
Noah Starr's favorite music stars are Cat Stevens, Gun's N' Roses, Cream, Del, Pink Floyd, Paul Simon, Harry Chapin, Tom Waits, Fowlie's Band.
Noah Starr's favorite films are Star Wars, Wet Hot American Summer, Whale Rider, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Legend of the Drunken Master, The Graduate, The Baby Video.
During the eight shooting days of Ask Aida, Noah Starr collected all the organic garbage in a compost bin and brought it later to a local community garden.
Noah Starr had an appearance on Kimberly Rae Miller's The Daily Show, which is an online comedy-gossip show on the net. Noah has given tips on how we can all get the most out of our vacation time away from the office.
Noah is a founding member of The Milwaukee Theatre Collective, Collaborationtown, and The Beautiful Ponies.
Noah Starr had a role in the movie Nail Polish in 2006.
Noah appears regularly in Late Night with Conan O'Brien and The Late Show with David Letterman.
Noah's dad is a child psychologist and his mom is a fourth grade teacher.
Noah gives voice to a blue monster in a Subway commercial.
End of 2007 Noah played in Maryland Lottery commercial.
Noah Starr likes the TV shows The Office(UK) and The Simpsons.
Noah is 5' 9" (1.75m) tall.
As of 2008 Noah resides in New York.
Noah Starr will act as "tech guru" in Aida Mollenkamp's new interactive food show Ask Aida.He will ask the culinary questions sent by viewers to Aida.
Noah Starr: (About comedy possibilities in NYC) If you live in NYC and are interested in Comedy there are really are no bad options. The PIT, UCB, and The Magnet all have great teachers and shows.
Noah Starr: (Giving tips on a successful vacation) Book a hotel in advance, get a car, make sure that all's setup, so you can enjoy your time and of course choose a cemetery, in case you die on vacation, you want something really nice and you know something that you enjoy, cemetery - that's needed first than airplane or Hancock.
Noah Starr: Performing and studying at the PIT really helped me to learn to take time, react honestly and not rush towards a joke. I always really liked doing scene work there.