FLASHBACK! With the announcement that he will appeared in season 2 of CBS’ “Code Black,” we take a look a back at our classic interview with former “Heroes” star Noah Gray-Cabey.
Video Content: Noah Gray-Cabey (2007)
In this 2007 interview with former host Rafael Siegel, Noah Gray-Cabey, who was 12 years old at the time of the taping, talked about being a classically-trained pianist, his Action In Music project with his parents and his future career goals.
As part of the promotional tour*, Gray-Cabey told us about the Second Annual Extreme Cookie Challenge — a national “Cookie-Off” hosted by Gray-Cabey himself. The contest presented cookie creations to a panel of judges, including the consuming public. The winning family was to be crowned the National Cookie Champions.
Actor Noah Gray-Cabey is a young actor and a classically-trained pianist. Additionally, he is the youngest person ever to perform at the Sydney Opera Hall. Since then, Gray-Cabey has guest-starred on such hit television series as “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “CSI: Miami,” “My Wife and Kids,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “Ghost Whisperer,” as well as graced the silver screen in M. Night Shyamalan’s feature film “Lady in the Water.” TV audiences and sci-fi fans know him as Micah Sanders, Ali Larter’s son, on the hit NBC series, “Heroes.” In 2015, he reprised the role in the “Heroes Reborn” event series. He also co-starred in “Pizza Man.”
Recorded: December 18, 2007
Host / Producer: Rafael Siegel
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: WearEver, Shana Davick and Liv Davick, a Publicity and Production Boutique, Inc.