Acting

Working constantly in theatre, television, film and radio since 1976.

Founding member of The Riverina Theatre Co in 1976. NIDA graduate 1980. Theatre includes plays with The Sydney, Queensland, Griffin, Merrigong, Apocalypse, Marian Street, Q and Railway Street Theatre Companies, The Ensemble Theatre, The State Theatre Co. of S.A., Street Theatre Canberra, White Box Theatre, Sport For Jove, Red Line Prods/NY Rep/Neil Gooding Prods and many others as well as national and international tours. Recent stage appearances include multiple productions of Mary Rachel Brown’s award winning The Dapto Chaser; Blackrock at The Seymour Centre; The Three Sisters for Sport For Jove (nominated for a GLUG Award); Stalking The Bogeyman at The Old Fitz Theatre and the world premieres of Campion Decent’s Unprecedented for HotHouse Theatre and Stephen Sewell’s The Lives of Eve for White Box Theatre at KXT On Broadway. Multiple television and film appearances include Rake, Janet King, The Bet, Out Of The Blue (BBC), Home and Away, All Saints, Farscape, E Street, Neighbours, Sons and Daughters and numerous others.

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For all acting and voice engagements Noel can be contacted through his agent, BMEG (Mary Ann Vale & Raquel Benassy):

OFFICE EMAIL:                      info@bmegonline.com

MARY ANN VALE                   mav@bmegonline.com

0418 608 194

Web:                                            www.bmegonline.com

Upcoming:

‘Cut Chilli’ by Chenturan Aran. Directed by David Burrowes. New Ghosts Theatre at The Old Fitz. July 2024

’17’ by Mathew Whittet. Directed by Riley Spadaro. Wild Thing Productions at The Seymour Centre. October 2024.

Noel Hodda in The Lives of Eve at KXT On Broadway. (Photo by Danielle Lyonne)
Noel Hodda & Deborah Jones in Stalking The Bogeyman at The Old Fitz, Sydney. (Photo by John Marmaras)
1st read of the original production of The Dapto Chaser in the original Merrigong Theatre Wollongong production. L-R Drayton Morley, Noel Hodda & the late Don Reid. (Photographer unknown)
Doug Scroope as Arnold & Noel Hodda as Cess in the original Wollongong production of The Dapto Chaser. (Photographer unknown)
Online ad for the Griffin Independent production. (Photo by Robert Catto)

 

Show poster on historic Stables Theatre (Photo by Noel Hodda)

 

Promo shot for The Dapto Chaser featuring Jamie Oxenbould, Noel Hodda, Danny Adcock & Richard Sydenham. Photo by Robert Catto.
Promo shot for The Dapto Chaser at The Stables Theatre featuring Jamie Oxenbould, Noel Hodda, Danny Adcock & Richard Sydenham.
(Photo by Robert Catto)
2015. Jamie Oxenbould & Noel Hodda in The Dapto Chaser at The Stables Theatre. (Photo by Robert Catto)

The wonderful photographer Robert Catto has included The Dapto Chaser in a list of his favourites on his own website. Visit the page here.

Josh McElroy, Danny Ball & Noel Hodda in ‘Blackrock’ at The Seymour Centre.
(Photo by Danielle Lyonne)
White Box Theatre’s ‘Blackrock’ at The Seymour Centre. (Photo by Danielle Lyonne)
The Three Sisters. Sport For Jove at The Seymour Centre. Director: Kevin Jackson. (Photographer unknown). Nominated for a Glug Award: Best Supporting Actor.
Richard Sydenham, Harriet Dyer, Noel Hodda ‘Time Stands Still’ Darlinghurst Theatre. (Photo by Nino Tamburri)
BLACKBIRD by David Harrower at Street Theatre Canberra. Noel Hodda & Nell Shipley. (photo by Imogen Keen)
‘Out Of The Blue’ series for 10Network/BBC. L-R Daniel Henshall, Nathaniel Buzolic, Noel Hodda & Clayton Watson
With the late and much missed Robert Alexander in ‘The God Committee’ at The Ensemble Theatre
In Campion Decent’s ‘Embers’. STC/HotHouse tour 2009

Sons and Daughters on YouTube

A groundbreaking series that aired from 1982-1987, Sons and Daughters was Noel’s first major television gig and the first Australian continuing drama to make a splash overseas. The entire series is now on YouTube. Noel first appears in ep 74 and leaves the series in ep 319. Follow this link to the series.

Sons and Daughters Melbourne
Shooting Sons and Daughters in Melbourne ’81 or ’82. Marty, cameraman extraordinaire.

Out Of The Blue on 10 Play

The 2008 series Out Of The Blue was a co-production between the BBC and Southern Star Entertainment. In Australia it screened on Network 10. Noel played patriarch Ron O’Donnell. The complete series can now be viewed via 10 Play.

For all acting and voice engagements Noel can be contacted through his agent, BMEG (Mary Ann Vale & Raquel Benassy):

OFFICE EMAIL:                      info@bmegonline.com

MARY ANN VALE                   mav@bmegonline.com       0418 608 194

Main Office Telephone:           (+61) (0) 432 941 066

Web:                                       www.bmegonline.com