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| series = [[Beverly Hills, 90210]]
 
| series = [[Beverly Hills, 90210]]
 
| actor = [[Vincent Young]]
 
| actor = [[Vincent Young]]
| first episode = [[Aloha Beverly Hills: Part 2]]
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| first episode = [[Aloha Beverly Hills: Part 2]] (8.02)
| last episode = [[Ode to Joy]]
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| last episode = [[Ode to Joy]] (10.27)
 
|family = [[Daniel Hunter]] (father)<br>[[Blythe Hunter]] (mother) <br>[[Josh Hunter]] (brother)<br>[[Rene]] (sister)
 
|family = [[Daniel Hunter]] (father)<br>[[Blythe Hunter]] (mother) <br>[[Josh Hunter]] (brother)<br>[[Rene]] (sister)
| romances = [[Valerie Malone]]<br>[[Donna Martin]]<br>[[Darby Shahan]]<br>[[Ellen]]<br>[[Gwyneth Adair]]}}
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| romances = [[Valerie Malone]] (dated)<br>[[Donna Martin]] (dated)<br>[[Darby Shahan]]<br>[[Ellen]]<br>[[Gwyneth Adair]]|total = 84}}
'''Noah Hunter''', played by [[Vincent Young]], was a character introduced in the [[Beverly Hills, 90210|first series]] of the [[Beverly Hills, 90210 continuity|''Beverly Hills, 90210'' continuity]].
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'''Noah Hunter''' is a fictional character on the [[Beverly Hills, 90210|first series]] of the [[Beverly Hills, 90210 continuity|''Beverly Hills, 90210'' continuity]]. He is portrayed by [[Vincent Young]].
   
Debuting in the eighth season, Noah was a member of the famous Hunter clan, which became wealthy via the oil business through their company ''Hunter Oil & Chemical''. He often withheld the details of his identity from new friends due to a degree of sensitivity regarding it. He was sometimes given the cold shoulder by his half brother [[Josh Hunter]] while growing up, who declared that he wasn't a real Hunter, because they had different mothers. This would leave the men with a caring but somewhat distant relationship throughout their adult lives.
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== Character ==
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Debuting in [[Beverly Hills, 90210 (Season 8)|Season 8]], Noah is a member of the famous Hunter clan, a wealthy family via the oil business through their company ''Hunter Oil & Chemical''. He often withholds details of his identity from new friends due to a degree of sensitivity regarding it. He was sometimes given the cold shoulder by his half brother [[Josh Hunter]] while growing up, who declared that he wasn't a real Hunter, because they had different mothers. This would leave the men with a caring but somewhat distant relationship throughout their adult lives.
   
Noah was normally shown to exhibit good will throughout the series. He assisted [[David Silver]] during a troubled time and encouraged an amnesia-stricken [[Kelly Taylor]] to work things out with her boyfriend [[Brandon Walsh|Brandon]]—despite the fact that she was momentarily interested in Noah.
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Noah is normally shown to exhibit good will throughout the series. He assists [[David Silver]] during a troubled time and encourages an amnesia-stricken [[Kelly Taylor]] to work things out with her boyfriend [[Brandon Walsh|Brandon]]—despite the fact that she is momentarily interested in Noah.
   
It was eventually revealed that Noah had been involved in a car accident that took the life of an ex-girlfriend named [[Beth]] in November of 1996. This initially caused him to reject the romantic affections of Valerie, as he was still in the process of healing. In time, however, the two began an ultimately unsuccessful relationship. Noah later began seeing Donna after she broke up with David. Though the two became serious about one another, they would also both become unfaithful at various points. During his first infidelity, Noah was intoxicated, while Valerie, the woman he'd cheated with, had unwittingly been drugged. After discovering that Josh had been the one to drug Valerie, Noah brought the truth forth.
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== Series arc (Season 8 Season 10) ==
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It is eventually revealed that Noah had been involved in a car accident that killed his ex-girlfriend [[Beth]] in November of 1996. This initially causes him to reject the romantic affections of Valerie, as he was still in the process of healing. In time, however, the two embark on an ultimately unsuccessful relationship. Noah later begins seeing Donna after she breaks up with David. Though the two get serious about one another, they are eventually both unfaithful at various points. During his first infidelity, Noah is intoxicated, while Valerie, the woman he cheats with, has unwittingly been drugged. After discovering that his brother Josh had been the one to drug Valerie, Noah brings the truth forth.
   
After Noah and Donna broke up following the revelation that Noah was drunk on the night [[Beth]] died and that his family had paid to cover it up. Noah began living a wild lifestyle, eventually getting caught up in a group of narcotic traffickers led by [[Josie Oliver|Josie]] and [[Shane Oliver]].
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After Noah and Donna break up following the revelation that Noah was drunk on the night [[Beth]] died and that his family had paid to cover it up, Noah begins living a wild lifestyle, eventually getting caught up in a group of narcotic traffickers led by [[Josie Oliver|Josie]] and [[Shane Oliver]].
   
Noah was eventually kidnapped by Josie and Shane, who demanded a ransom for his return. However, he was rescued following efforts from [[Steve Sanders]] and, more directly, [[Dylan McKay]], which resulted in the three sharing a moment of camaraderie afterwards.
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Noah is kidnapped by Josie and Shane, who demand a ransom for his release, but he is rescued following efforts from [[Steve Sanders]] and, more directly, [[Dylan McKay]], which results in the three sharing a moment of camaraderie.
 
After a tumultuous relationship with his father, [[Daniel Hunter]], Noah entered his father's office one night to find that he had committed suicide.
 
 
Noah concluded the series on good terms with both Donna and David, happily attending their wedding along with the rest of his friends and his new love, [[Ellen]].
 
 
==Noah finds his father dead==
 
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After a tumultuous relationship with his father, [[Daniel Hunter]], Noah enters his father's office one night to find that he has committed suicide.
   
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Noah concludes the series on good terms with both Donna and David, happily attending their wedding along with the rest of his friends and his new love, [[Ellen]].
   
 
==Photos==
 
==Photos==

Revision as of 17:46, January 3, 2016

Noah Hunter is a fictional character on the first series of the Beverly Hills, 90210 continuity. He is portrayed by Vincent Young.

Character

Debuting in Season 8, Noah is a member of the famous Hunter clan, a wealthy family via the oil business through their company Hunter Oil & Chemical. He often withholds details of his identity from new friends due to a degree of sensitivity regarding it. He was sometimes given the cold shoulder by his half brother Josh Hunter while growing up, who declared that he wasn't a real Hunter, because they had different mothers. This would leave the men with a caring but somewhat distant relationship throughout their adult lives.

Noah is normally shown to exhibit good will throughout the series. He assists David Silver during a troubled time and encourages an amnesia-stricken Kelly Taylor to work things out with her boyfriend Brandon—despite the fact that she is momentarily interested in Noah.

Series arc (Season 8 – Season 10)

It is eventually revealed that Noah had been involved in a car accident that killed his ex-girlfriend Beth in November of 1996. This initially causes him to reject the romantic affections of Valerie, as he was still in the process of healing. In time, however, the two embark on an ultimately unsuccessful relationship. Noah later begins seeing Donna after she breaks up with David. Though the two get serious about one another, they are eventually both unfaithful at various points. During his first infidelity, Noah is intoxicated, while Valerie, the woman he cheats with, has unwittingly been drugged. After discovering that his brother Josh had been the one to drug Valerie, Noah brings the truth forth.

After Noah and Donna break up following the revelation that Noah was drunk on the night Beth died and that his family had paid to cover it up, Noah begins living a wild lifestyle, eventually getting caught up in a group of narcotic traffickers led by Josie and Shane Oliver.

Noah is kidnapped by Josie and Shane, who demand a ransom for his release, but he is rescued following efforts from Steve Sanders and, more directly, Dylan McKay, which results in the three sharing a moment of camaraderie.

After a tumultuous relationship with his father, Daniel Hunter, Noah enters his father's office one night to find that he has committed suicide.

Noah concludes the series on good terms with both Donna and David, happily attending their wedding along with the rest of his friends and his new love, Ellen.

Photos

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