Noah Simon (BELL) has been acting, directing and producing on stages and screens in Chicago and the midwest region for 20 years. As an actor he’s worked with Goodman Theatre, A Red Orchid, The Hypocrites, Strawdog, Mary Arrchie, American Theatre Co., Shattered Globe, Remy Bumppo, Lakeside Shakespeare Theatre, Peninsula Players and many more. As a director, he’s worked with Open Eye Productions, Strawdog Theatre, Blind Faith, and Factory Theater. His production of Tomfoolery was Jeff Recommended and the original late night game show, The Game Show Show and Stuff, which he co-created, was twice named best late night by Chicago Magazine. Noah has been a voiceover actor for 10 years and is a member of SAG/AFTRA. He also does voiceover coaching and owns a recording company that creates voiceover demo reels for actors. He has appeared in the films, The Earl, DOT, and Schmeckman, which he co-wrote, and is a regular on the new webseries, Mad Scientists Consortium, currently making the festival rounds. He is a guest teacher at Second City, Columbia College, UIC, Depaul University and in the spring of 2017 will be teaching Improv at Aurora University. Noah is exclusively represented by Grossman Jack Talent. He has a BA in Theatre from Butler University and received his MFA in Acting from The Theatre School at Depaul University.