|Feeling Sexy||1998||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Ticket Out||2012||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Babe 2: Pig in the City||1998||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|The Cars That Ate Paris||1973||Assistant Director||n/a||1|
|Executive produced the Australian film "Feeling Sexy"|
|Served three year-term as chairman of the Australian Film Commission|
|Wrote and directed five episodes of Australian TV miniseries "Vietnam" for Kennedy Miller Productions|
|Helmed "Miss Potter" a biopic of children's author and illustrator Beatrix Potter, starring Renée Zellweger|
|After graduating, spent five years making documentaries and short films for Film Australia|
|Made first film at age 16, "Could It Happen Here?", a spoof of high school life|
|Feature film directing debut, "Babe" (also co-scripted)|
|Australian TV-movie directing debut, "The Riddle of the Stinson"|
|Entered film in Sydney Film Festival; won a prize in the short film competition|
|Served two-year term as president of Australian Screen Directors Association|
|Made documentary "Stepping Out", about a theater troupe of mentally handicapped actors|
|Attended Australian Film and Television School|
|Directed the Australian TV miniseries "The Cowra Breakout" for Kennedy Miller Productions|
|Invited to join workshop of actors and directors by George Miller|
Following graduation, Noonan spent five years making documentaries and short films for Film Australia. His "Stepping Out" (1980), a film portrait of a theater troupe of mentally handicapped actors, won praise and brought Noonan to the attention of producer-director George Miller (of "Mad Max" fame). Invited by Miller to join a workshop of actors and directors, Noonan went on to direct the Australian TV miniseries "The Chowra Breakout" in 1985. He subsequently wrote and directed five episodes of the TV miniseries "Vietnam" (1987) and made his Australian TV-movie directorial debut with "The Riddle of the Stinson" (1988). Noonan made his feature film directing debut with "Babe" (1995), the charming fantasy about a pig who learns to be a sheep dog.
|Glenys Rowe||Wife||married on August 5, 1995; together since 1982|
|Australian Film Television and Radio School|
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