Career Achievement Inductee

Bob Noble

Bob Noble was born in Brunswick on August 5, 1932. In 1939 his family moved to Savannah. While in high school, Bob worked as a weekend DJ at WCCP and WDAR.  After graduation in 1949, Bob entered Emory University and became a member of the Emory Radio Workshop supervised by WSB's Elmo Ellis. In 1950 Bob became part of WSB Radio's "NightBeat" program. In 1954, he returned to Savannah as news director for WTOC-TV.  In 1965, he moved to LA and then in 1971 to Orlando where he was anchorman for WFTV's "Eyewitness News," until he retired. For many years Bob performed at Orland's ONCE UPON A STAGE Dinner Theater in such musicals as SOUTH PACIFIC, DAMN YANKEES, OKLAHOMA, and many others.  Today he entertains at events in central Florida presents 45 minutes of l1ve comedy and does voiceover work from his home studio.


Bob's comedy show brochure. (click to enlarge)


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