Rick was born in Brooklyn, New York on November 25th, over fifty years ago, (Sorry, that's all he would tell us) to Samuel John & Elizabeth Margaret Noyce. Rick's education began at Public School 236 and Mary Queen Of Heaven elementary schools. He then enrolled at the Manhattan High School of Aviation Trades, later transferring.to S.J.Tilden H.S. After that, Rick enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. Upon his discharge, he began his own Trucking firm called Hillzone Trucking Company, based in Richmond Hill, Queens. It didn't take too long before he realized, that was not what he wanted to do. About this time he met and later married the lady that was to become the mother of his three daughters. They settled in Queens while Rick took a job working at Aqueduct, Belmont and Saratoga Racetracks. That lasted just three years before he joined the Long Island Rail Road, where he stayed for twenty five years and retired as a Train Director (an air traffic controller on rails, instead of clouds), and now enjoys a very lucrative pension. During his railroad years, Rick bought his first house in Babylon, Long Island and later moved to Sayville, Long Island and got involved in what he really wanted to do, which was stand-up comedy and singing in many of the local clubs. This later led to his film & TV career, where he appeared in twenty three feature films, eighteen commercials and many guest shots on different television series. The marriage broke up after 24 years and he met and married a second wife. That lasted ten more years before screeching to a halt. Sadly, she passed away at the age of 58, she passed away in November of 2015. Upon retiring from the railroad, Rick relocated to Burbank, California and now resides in Palm Springs, California. He's still singing and doing his comedy, writing screenplays and spends most of his spare time playing either golf or backgammon. On the personal side, he says,. "I'm strictly a one woman guy but I'm still looking for one that feels that same way about a guy. I seem to keep running into the other kind but I know there has to be at least one real one out there. So where are you, Darlin'. It's getting late".
but I keep finding the other kind." Where are you, Darlin'? It's getting late!