Character actor Charles Noland has landed small but memorable roles in everything from Hollywood comedies ("Wayne's World") to primetime TV series ("The West Wing"), and even narrated a low-budget documentary ("Juggling Fire: Making an Independent Film with Flashlights and Batteries"). Noland started his career in the '80s with one-off roles on shows like the rowdy Boston sitcom "Cheers" and the poignant family drama "thirtysomething." He was cast as a straitlaced high school student in "Rock 'n' Roll High School Forever," the poorly reviewed sequel to the 1978 Ramones film, and appeared as an overzealous inventor in the hugely successful "Wayne's World," based on Mike Myers and Dana Carvey's popular "Saturday Night Live" sketch. From '95 to '97 he portrayed the wisecracking desk clerk E-Ray on the award-winning medical series "ER," and later landed a recurring role as a White House press corps reporter on "The West Wing," writer Aaron Sorkin's intense and intelligent political drama about a fictional Democratic presidency. Noland has since appeared in the surprise hit film "Old School," about three friends who relive their college days by starting a fraternity, and executive produced the indie psychological thriller "The Double Born."