Newcastle-born Ross first began performing stand-up aged 15 at his local comedy club. However due to the British licencing laws he had to be smuggled out of the club straight after his set.
His comedy is truly award winning, with nominations for the prestigious Perrier Award as well as winning the Time Out award for best stand-up comedian.
Throughout his career Ross has concentrated on playing live, relentlessly touring his own shows and as a result has built an army of fans throughout the world consistantly filling theatres large and small across the UK, Europe and Australia.
In February 2004 BBC2 (UK) showed an hour long film of Ross performing live from his season at The Garrick Theatre, London.
Ross has also been seen as guest on a variety of other TV shows including (in Australia) Channel Ten's 'Rove' and 'The Panel', ABC's 'The Glasshouse', and (in the UK) on BBC's 'Friday Night With Jonathan Ross' and 'Jack Dee Live At The Apollo.' He also makes semi-regular appearances on comedy panel shows for both BBC television and radio.
Ross' worldwide travels as a stand-up have been the subject of his own BBC Radio 4 series 'Ross Noble Goes Global'. Ross has spent the majority of 2007 touring both the UK and Australia with his current show "Nobleism".