Noble Lee Lester is a graduate of Princeton University’s Upward Bound Program, Mercer County College, Manna School of Music and Howard U. He is an award winning actor, director, filmmaker, teacher and professor of fine arts both NYC and Jacksonville; best actor at Players by the sea; best actor and director at Theatre Jax; best fine arts teacher while at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts and a Metro Park Shakespearean thespian.
Noble has taught at Jacksonville University’s Upward Bound program for 5 years and Edward Water College for 8 years as Humanities adjunct professor.
Noble grew up in Trenton, NJ and lived in NYC for decades as a professional dramatist. He is now manager of St. Augustine’s 4 year award winning Ghosts & Gravestones Historical storytelling entity at Old Town Trolley division of Historical Tours of America Corporation.
Noble is published with Amazon.com; novels and dramas of sorts. He is screenwriter for Jacksonville’s Spark winner Natasha Owens’, “Airing Grandma’s Laundry and other “hush-hush” family secrets,” Robbing the keys of Hades and many more.
Players by the sea best actor award
Best historical ghost tour in St Augustine (5 years running)
Theatre Jax best actor award
T.O.R. award for best director of a comdey
Audelco award for best actor in a musical
Weenie College award for best actor