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'Fringe' Star John Noble to Visit 'The Good Wife'

February 8, 2013 (3:55 am) GMT
The Walter Bishop of the FOX sci-fi series will guest star as one of Alicia Florrick's old clients.
John Noble

After wrapping his stint on "", has nabbed another small-screen role. The Australian actor is set to guest star in an 18th episode of "" season 4 as someone from Alicia Florrick's past.

Noble will play Alicia's old client, whom described as "a very interesting character who is sort of a brilliant techie guy that constantly sues people." He will appear in Alicia's flashbacks.

The actress told TV Guide Canada about working with Noble, "He just elevated the part to such a different level. It was remarkable to work with him and just a pleasure to have on set." She went on gushing, "On the page, I thought, 'Is this going to make sense?' and he filled it with such incredible talent. I can't even tell you. I looked at him and I went, 'I didn't even know that was the character. I'm so blown away.' "

Noble will join a string of guest stars enlisted for the fourth season of the CBS legal drama series, including , , and . The 64-year-old actor recently ended his five-year stint as Walter Bishop on the canceled FOX series "Fringe".

In other "Good Wife" news, the show's regular actor has extended his four-year deal by a year. His old contract was set to expire in May. The new deal will ensure that he will stay on the show until at least the fifth season.

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