The Texas Wheelers was his first series, in which he had a regular role.
His first tv miniseries was The Critical List.
He was part of the short lived CBS series called Blue Skies.
He replaced Gailard Sartain as C.D. Parker in the tv series Walker, Texas Ranger.
He moved to L.A. in 1972.
According to Yahoo, his top selling film was Career Opportunities.
In the 1980's he filmed more movies then any other decade, which was 27.
He's only played a bad guy in 3 of his feature films.
He starred in The Last Boy Scout, with Bruce Willis.
He had a recurring role in ABC's Home Improvement.
Noble was in the movie Shelia Levine Is Dead and Living in New York as the Principal.
Noble was in the feature film Aloha, Bobby and Rose in 1975 as Uncle Charlie.
In 1974, Noble was in the movies Big Bad Mama as Uncle Barney and Chinatown as Councilman.
Noble was in the movie Hit! as Warden Springer.
In 1973, Noble was in the movie Paper Moon as Mr. Robertson.
Noble appeared in more then 30 feature films from 1970-2003.
Noble was in Good Morning Vietnam.
Noble started acting after the advice of a fellow instructor.
Noble's wife was Patti Ross.
Noble had one grandson: Noble Willingham III.
Noble has three childern: Stori Willingham, Meghan McGlohen, and John Ross McGlohen.
Noble was an only child.
He got his master's degree in educational psychology at Baylor University.
Noble left Walker, Texas Ranger to run for the U.S. House of Representatives in 2000 as a Republican nominee in the First Congressional District of Texas against Representative Max Sandlin. He lost.
Noble taught economics at Sam Houston High School in Houston, Texas before launching his career in television and film.
The first movie Noble was in was The Last Picture Show, as Chester in 1971.
The first TV movie Noble was in was My Sweet Charile in 1970 as Grady.
Noble has appeared in several tv movies including: Men Don't Tell, Woman with a Past, Sweet Poison, The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson, Capital News, The Road Raiders, Unconquered, Quiet Victory: The Charlie Wedemeyer Story, A Stoning in Fulham County, Splash Too, Longram (Showdown in Silver City), The Alamo: Thirteen Days of Glory, Living Proof: The Hank Williams Jr. Story, Missing Children: A Mother's Story, The Children Nobody Wanted, Coward of the County, Kenny Rogers as The Gambler, Silent Victory: The Kitty O'Neil Story, The Critical List, Just Me and You, Thaddeus Rose and Eddie, Where Have All the People Gone, Evel Knievel, Sunshine, and The Girls of Huntington House.
Noble played Riddle in the movie Ace Ventura: Pet Detective in 1994.
In 1996, Noble was in the movie Up Close and Personal. He played Buford Sells.
In 1999, the only movie Noble was in was The Corndog Man in which he play Ace Baker.
After leaving Walker, Texas Ranger, the first movie Noble was in was South of Heaven, West of Hell in 2000 as Sheriff Harris.
He was best known for his role as 'C.D. Parker' on the series Walker, Texas Ranger. He left the show to run for Congress.
Noble is buried at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California.
Noble worked as a roustabout and steamfitter in the Texas oil fields.
Noble returned to acting after he lost his bid for a Republican congressional seat. His last film appearance was in Blind Horizon, starring Val Kilmer. It was released posthumously.
Noble was a 1953 graduate of North Texas State University (became University of North Texas - May 1988) in Denton, Texas.
Before launching his career in television and film, Noble taught economics at Sam Houston High School in Houston, Tx.