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Noah Huntley (born 7 September 1974; age 42) is a British actor and model who appeared in the 1997 Paramount Pictures science fiction/horror film Event Horizon as Edward Corrick/Burning Man. A scene from this film was later re-used for the Star Trek: Voyager fourth season episode "Random Thoughts" as part of a collection of violent thoughts. Fellow Event Horizon stunt actor Steen Young was also featured in "Random Thoughts". Visual effects supervisor Richard Yuricich worked on Event Horizon.
Huntley is porbably best known for his supporting roles in the horror film 28 Days Later... (2002, with Steen Young), the fantasy film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), the fantasy film Snow White and the Huntsman (2012, with Chris Hemsworth and Paradox Pollack), and the horror/fantasy film Dracula Untold (2014).
Between 1987 and 1995, Huntley appeared in a number of British television series including Drummonds (1987), Tom's Midnight Garden (1989), Ruth Rendell Mysteries (1987-1990), Nice Town (1992), Moonacre (1994), and Emmerdale Farm (1993-1995). Besides his work on Event Horizon, Huntley worked on the sport drama True Blue (1996, with Ryan Bollman), the television thriller The Cyberstalking (1999), the television series Dream Team (1999-2000) and The Mists of Avalon (2001), and the fantasy film Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 (2001, with Guy Siner, John DeMita, Jim Metzler, Tony Amendola, Greg Ellis, and Andrei Sterling).
He guest starred in episodes of Where the Heart Is (2002), The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (2003), Real Crime (2004), The Afternoon Play (2006), The Summit (2008, with Bruce Greenwood, Stephen McHattie, Lori Hallier, and Christopher Plummer), and Midsomer Murders (2001 and 2011), was a regular on the drama series Holby City (2004-2005), and worked on the television drama Night Kitchen (2004), the horror thriller Dark Floors (2008), the fantasy comedy Your Highness (2011), the comedy Le Skylab (2011), the sport drama Jappeloup (2013), and the television drama Die schöne Spionin (2013).
More recently, Huntley had a recurring role as Alistair Lacey on the television series The Royals (2015) and appeared in the romance Miss You Already (2015) and in the drama Middleground (2016).