Chris Noth Biography, Age, Wiki, Height, Weight, Girlfriend, Family & More

Chris Noth

Biography / Wiki

Acting is a skill that not only requires talent but also determination, this line has been very well proved by Christopher David Noth, better known by his stage as Chris Noth, who is an American actor.

He is best known for his appearances as NYPD Detective Mike Logan on “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (1990-1995), Big on “Sex and the City” (1998-2004), and Peter Florrick on “The Good Wife” (2009-2016). For his part in “Sex and the City,” he was nominated for a Golden Globe. During his college years, he constructed a log cabin for himself.

Chris made his acting debut in the thriller film ‘Cutter’s Way,’ in which he had an uncredited role. He is also noted for his appearances in a number of noteworthy Broadway and Off-Broadway plays, including musicals, in addition to films and television series.

Height / Weight / Age

Born on 1954-11-13, this handsome actor has turned 68 years old. He seems enough tall with height which is 186 centimeters and 6’1” feet. He maintains himself very fit and healthy with a weight of 75 kilograms and 165.5 lbs in pounds.

Moreover, he is very conscious about his physique and follows a regular and healthy diet in order to keep himself fit as a fiddle with body measurements of 42 inches chest, 32 inches waist, and 34 inches hips approximately.

Net Worth

Chris Noth has a net worth of $16 million as of 2021, and he also earns a good salary in the millions of dollars every year. In addition, his acting job is his primary source of income.

Education / Family

Chris was born and raised up in Madison, Wisconsin, U.S., and belongs to mixed ethnic background. He is born to his father Charles James Noth who was a marketing company vice president and his mother Jeanne Parr. His parents divorced when he was nine or ten years old, and his father died in a vehicle accident when he was eleven years old in 1966.

Michael Noth and Charles Noth are his two siblings. In terms of Noth’s schooling, he went to Marlboro College in Vermont with the intention of becoming a writer or poet. He was educated in the classical tradition and studied English literature and spirituality.


Chris Noth

Nick Name Chris Noth
Birth Place Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.
Date of birth 13 November 1954
Age 68 Years
Height In feet & inches: 6’1”

In centimeters: 186 cm

Weight In kilograms: 75 kg

In pounds: 165.5 lbs

Eye color Green
Hair color Light brown
Profession Actor
Sexual orientation Straight
School Not Known
College Marlboro College
Religion Christianity
Nationality American
Home town Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Fathers name Charles James Noth
Mothers name Jeanne Parr


Chris Noth with his mother
Chris Noth with his mother
Brothers Michael Noth and Charles Noth
Sisters Not Known

Career / Fashion and Style

As of his career, Chris Noth began his acting career in the drama “She Stoops To Conquer,” and then played soldier James “Duke” Wade at an Alaskan army outpost in 1951-1952 in Circle Repertory Company’s 1980 production of “Innocent Thoughts, Harmless Intentions.”

In 1982-1983, he appeared in the Maxim Gorky play “The Lower Depths” at Yale Repertory Theatre, and in Keith Reddin’s “Rum and Coke” at Yale Repertory Theatre. He was subsequently signed by an agent who saw him in a YSD production of Brendan Behan’s “The Hostage” and in the experimental Chilean drama “The Torch,” where he portrayed a homicidal bandit.

In 1989, he played Sergius Saranoff in George Bernard Shaw’s drama “Arms and the Man” at the Roundabout Theatre. He made his Broadway debut in a revival of Gore Vidal’s 1960 play “The Best Man” at Virginia Theatre in 2000 as the deceitful Senator Joseph Cantwell, as well as his first radio drama as fortune-hunter Morris Townsend in the Voice of America production of “The Heiress.”

He also played Colonel Thayer in 2005 staged reading of another Gore Vidal production, the 1961 drama “On the March to the Sea,” and as Paul Zara in the Atlantic Theatre Company’s Off-Broadway premiere play “Farragut North.” In 2019, he co-starred in an Off-Broadway production of “Florian Zeller’s The Mother” alongside Isabelle Huppert.

He also had minor roles in films such as “Smithereens” (1982) and “Baby Boom” (1987) before starring in the low-budget Indonesian film “Peluru dan Wanita” (“Bullets & Women”) in 1988. Then, in 1986, he joined the cast of “Hill Street Blues,” where he was credited as “Christopher Noth.”

He shot a pilot for the legal/police drama series “Law & Order” in 1988 and the show premiered in 1990, but he was sacked from the show in 1995, owing to creative differences with series creator Dick Wolf. In 2016, he also appeared as the U.S. in the third season of the FX/Fox 21 Television Studios produced series “Tyrant.”

In 2017, he featured as FBI agent Don Ackerman in the Discovery Channel series “Manhunt: Unabomber,” and in 2018, he portrayed Jack Robertson in the “Doctor Who” episode “Arachnids in the UK,” and he returned to the program in the 2021 New Year’s Day special “Revolution of the Daleks.”

Chris will portray William Bishop in the CBS reboot criminal drama series “The Equalizer” beginning in 2021. In 2021, he reprised his role as Mr. Big in the “And Just Like That…” reboot of “Sex and the City.”

Girlfriend, Affairs, Wife, and More

Chris Noth is a happily married man who got married to Tara Lynn Wilson, a Canadian actress. In January 2008, they had their first child, Orion. In February 2020, Noth announced the birth of their second son, Keats.

Girlfriend Tara Wilson
Marital status Married
Wife Tara Wilson ​


Chris Noth with his wife
Chris Noth with his wife
Children Orion and Keats


Chris Noth's kids
Chris Noth’s kids

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Some Interesting Facts About Chris Noth

  • During his college years, Chris constructed a log cabin for himself.
  • During World War II, his father was a naval aviator, and during the Korean War, he served as an Ensign aboard the USS Antietam.
  • For his part in Sex and the City, he was nominated for a Golden Globe.
  • His family moved to Stamford, Connecticut, when he was five years old.
  • He and Steve Walter are co-owners of The Cutting Room, a New York nightclub and music venue that launched in late 1999.
  • Noth also co-owned the New York nightclub The Plumm alongside David Wells and Damon Dash, among others.
  • In 2018, Noth acquired a controlling share in Ambhar Tequila.
  • He won the Theatre World Awards for his work on “The Best Man”.
  • Recently, as of 2021, he made his appearance as Mr. Big in the “And Just Like That…” reboot of “Sex and the City.”

Social Media Profile(s)

  1. Instagram @chrisnothofficial
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