Paul Noble, a 5-time Emmy award winner, was in television work for over 45 years. He began his career at WGBH-TV Boston as producer and director. He produced Eleanor Roosevelt's NET series "Prospects of Mankind", "Invitation to Art" from the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and many specials and series. At Channel 5 in New York, first for Metromedia and then for Fox, he produced or executive produced "Midday Live," "Dr. Ruth," "The Alan Burke Show," and "The Bishop Sheen Show." He also hosted "The Fox 5 Movie Club." For eleven years, he acquired and scheduled movies for Lifetime, Television for Women. He is a past president of the New York chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (the Emmys), a member of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. He is a graduate of Cornell University and has a Masters in Communications from Boston University. He has also co-authored four books with his wife, Paulette Cooper, the "Pet Set" columnist of the Palm Beach Daily News.
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