This is the letter Carter wrote Abby when he was in the Congo. I found it on NBC's website, and thought I'd share it with you! Enjoy!
By the time you read this letter, Luka should be ligtas in America and you will probably be wondering why I'm not with him. Before you go blaming yourself let me just say, it's not you, it's me - and I know even as I write this that you're going to think that's a breakup cliché, but if you could just try and hold back your judgment - and your condemnation - for a minute, maybe you will actually be able to understand what I'm trying to say. Being here...
(on his fame) 'It's funny. Some days I don't even notice it. Most of the time, people are complimentary. And I'm an actor who loves compliments, so I find it very gratifying. And then there are days when you just don't wanna be the guy on the TV show. You just want to hide.' (Cosmo, 1997)
(Comparing himself to his ER character John Carter) 'Carter has a strong moral backbone and is sweet, romantic, funny and self-effacing. I'm sure a lot of people think, "What an ideal guy. pag-ibig to find a guy like that." Noah Wyle ain't him. He's trying. But he's...
Noah has been nominated for five Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards: from 1997-2001 he was nominated for Outstanding Performance sa pamamagitan ng an Ensemble in a Drama Series for his work on ER. He won in 1997, 1998 and 1999.
One of Noah best mga kaibigan since high school is actor J. P. Manoux. They both attended the Thatcher School in Ojai, California.
Noah met make-up artist Tracy Warbin in 1996. They were married on May 6, 2000, and have two children: son Owen, born November 9, 2002; and daughter Auden, born October 15, 2005.