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Today Noah continues to write music and created the theme to his first TV series, The Unusuals. He began writing fiction as a release from his job at the Legal Aid Society in New York City where he worked with abused and neglected children. He moved to San Francisco in 1994, where he met author Po Bronson, who invited him to join "The San Francisco Writers' Grotto" a writers' collective. His short fiction has appeared in The Paris Review.
He sold his first screenplay The Alibi to Summit Entertainment and the film, renamed Lies & Alibis, was released in 2006 starring Steve Coogan and Rebecca Romijn. That same year, Noah started his career in television.
He wrote and produced the hit TV show Bones, (2005) for Fox which was based on the experiences of forensic anthropologist and novelist, Kathy Reichs. In 2008, he created his first TV series, The Unusuals which ran for a season on ABC.
When not writing, Noah devotes time to the non-profit organisation 826 Valencia. Co-founded by his friend, the Pulitzer Prize winning author Dave Eggers, 826 Valencia is a programme dedicated to supporting students aged 6-18 with their writing skills.