Noah Silver is an American actor best known for his starring role as Sammy Al-Fayeed, Barry and Molly's closeted gay son, in the television drama series Tyrant, created by director and writer Gideon Raff and developed by Howard Gordon and Craig Wright.
He also had a starring role as Robbie, a teenager who speaks with an odd adult cadence and refined vocabulary and seems to know things about others in a sixth sense sort of way, in the Neil LaBute series Full Circle.
Born in Miami, Florida to an American father and a French mother, Noah moved with his family to France when he was 4 years old. At age 16 he graduated from Lycée François Premier in Fontainebleau, France, and was accepted by the University of Pennsylvania. Noah decided to defer his arrival at UPenn so he could concentrate on his acting career, which had begun when he was 14.
Noah has appeared in film and on television in the U.S. and Europe in English- and French-speaking roles. He's known for playing Benito Sforza on Showtime's The Borgias. He can also be seen in the feature films Jamie Marks Is Dead, The Last Knights and Backgammon.
Noah is an active, out-door person. If the sun is shining, depending on the season, he is body-boarding, skiing, sailing a Hobie Cat, or distance cycling. Indoors he has an insatiable appetite for film. For relaxation he plays the piano and guitar.