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A Coupla White Chicks
Sittin' Around Talking:
The Playwright
John Ford Noonan
John Ford Noonan is an American actor and prolific writer for theatre, film, and television. Born in New York City in 1943, he wrote his first play, Lazarus was a Lady in 1970 followed by Concerning the Effects of Trimethylchoride in 1971 and other plays such as The Club Champion's Widow in 1978, Some Men Need Help (1982) and over 30 plays between the 1970's and the 1990's. He has frequently performed in films including God Has a Rap Sheet (2003), Flirting with Disaster (1996), Adventures in Babysitting (1987), Forty Deuce (1982), Next Stop Greenwich Village (1976) and in TV series Bay State (1991). He wrote for TV's Comedy Zone and St. Elsewhere, for which he won the Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series in 1982. He is brothers with actor Tom Noonan and most recently acted in the independent film Uncle Freddy (2008). A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking (1979) was first produced the early 1980's in New York City at Astor Place Theatre in Greenwich Village with Susan Sarandon and Eileen Brennan.


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