All my Films

Full access to all of Noel Alejandro’s gay erotic films. Includes all works from 2011 until today (day of acquisition), except for BEDTIME STORIES episodes:

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not by now, but if you buy it and email me with the reference I would send the mail personally to the person. ?

hola, estoy en México y quiero comprar las peliculas ninguna esta con subtitulo o traducida al español

Hola! No están subtituladas ni dobladas pero son bastante fáciles de seguir ?

Hola, para poder verlo en iPhone hay que pasar los archivos por iTunes antes. No obstante puedo proveerte de enlaces google drive y la mayoría de smartphones pueden abrirlos.

Hello. just watched your movies and I must say I feel amazed bout the beauty and passion they are full of.

Hey. I bought your films yesterday and I came to say thanks, for briging simple beauty in our lives.

¡Hola! Si compro este paquete de todos los films, ¿significa que podré recibir todos los próximos gratis?

Hola Iván, ojalá fuese así pero no, por este precio accedes a las películas estrenadas hasta ahora (que ya son 8!)

¡Danos clases de foto: iluminación y colorización son perfectos!

Compre todo el pack y por el momento solo he visto Doing Elliot y debo decir que me ha fascinado !!!No puedo esperar para ver las demásWell done !!!

Bonjour,Je voudrais savoir si une fois le mail reçu avec les vidéos à télécharger. Ses vidéos son comme un dvd, je peux les ranger dans mon disque dure et les regarder plus tard ?

Bon jour, oui parcequ’ils sont des fichiers digital ?

If i buy the “all my films” pack, does it mean that for a period of 365 days I get access to all your movies, including the ones that will be released throughout the year and aren’t released yet? ?

Hi! You will have access to all the films released till now and forever, not only for those 365 days ?

Hi! Great movies. I purchased the “all films” over the summer, and am excited to download your new movie. How do I go about doing that?

Hi,How much does it cost to purchase all “all my films” in US Dollars to yourEuros?

Hi! The conversion depends on the value of the currency ?

Thank you for your reply. I have PayPal account. According to my calculation it should be $45.55 US dollars is equivalent to €39.95. I will email you when I after I put the amount in PayPal. Hopefully, the amount is correct.

Hi, normally you have to follow the link I sent you by mail and Paypal will make the conversion automatically. Enjoy!

Compré este pack hace unos meses, puedo bajar Trivial o tengo que comprarla aparte?

El pack the todas las películas contiene las películas estrenadas hasta la fecha de la compra ? Espero que hayas disfrutado mis películas!

I would love to get the “All My Films” Pac with you prefer II email you directly from my gmail account or is this ok?Thanks

Hi, of course! I just sent you an easy money request. Enjoy!

quiero comprar el pack donde vienen todas las películas pero me rechaza el pago todas las veces que lo intentado, puedo pagar por PayPal?

sí, aunque debes descargarlos en iTunes antes y pasarlos a tu dispositivo. De no saber hacerlo puedo suministrarte enlaces alternativos.

Hola! Tuve inconvenientes al tratar de pagar con tarjeta, ¿qué otros medios de pago hay?

Hola! La alternativa rápida es Paypal. Te enviaré un enlace de pago fácil. Disfruta!

La compra es un DVD o BlueRay ? o es solo para descarga ?

I bought the “All my films” pack in April. Does this give me access to the new Trivial film? I love your work, by the way! THANKS.

Hi! Normally you can only have access to the films released till the day you made the purchase. thanks!

I’ll get the popcorn ready, some alcohol and a bottle of lube. I’m hesitating if I should watch it alone or in good company…

A DVD edition of my films is still not planned. I really prefer HD downloadable files, they last forever and quality is superior.

Hola Noel!Pagás la membresía con la tarjeta y después te llega un link para descargar las películas?Mil gracias!George

Exacto, tras pagar con tu tarjeta recibirás un email automático con los links de descarga.

Tienes que enviarme un email a [email protected] pidiéndome pagar por Paypal y te enviaré un enlace especial ?

para cuando hay dobladas al español o subtituladas al español

Por el momento no hay un planteamiento de subtitular las películas. Pero tomo nota.

I wanna purchase all your film by PayPal. Can you send me the link please? Thanks!

Hi! You do amazing work. Can I send you a PayPal payment? Best, T

Dear Noel, when I will buy „all Films“ does it means, I also will see the films you will produce or do I only get the 9 movies you produced until now?

Hi Kai, you get all the films produced and released till the moment you buy. thanks!

Hi Noel, I’m in love with your work. I wanted to let you know some of it has been published on pornhub and I think you should have it taken down it deserves better. Also, am I able to buy DVD copies of these movies. Thanks!

Are there present english subtitles in the films? I read that You should insert these ?Bye!

hi! no I don’t have english subtitles yet but there is almost no talk on my films. You’ll find a very easy english

Hi Noel,can purchase your films through PayPal? My card gets constantly !

Hi Andrea, I’ve just sent you an easy money request ?

hi, you only need to send me an email [email protected] (or give a valid email here so I can send you the easy money request). After the transaction is completed you will instantly receive an email with all the downloadable urls.

I wanna purchase all your film by PayPal, my card is systematically refused. Can you send me the link please?

You’re films are magic! I saw Trivial and hoped that there was more out there. I am happy that I get to support your directly. I am so excited for The End, seeing a beautiful man of color that looks like me in your film is a nice bonus!!

Hey,I made an account and bought your filmd an January the 3rd. Today I got the problem that I’m not able to login and when I tried to have sent a new password it says that there is no Account with my username nore my email?! Can you help me?Greets.

noelalejandro (verified owner) – January 11, 2019

Hi there! We’ve just renewed the website and this could have brought some problems with old user accounts. The best you can do is create a new user with the same email and then let me know at [email protected] so I will add all the purchased films into your new account. Thanks a lot for your patience!

I send email to you already please do it for me PayPal or another thing

noelalejandro (verified owner) – January 17, 2019

I would like to purchase “All my Films” and pay by PayPal, please advise how I may do this. Thanks

noelalejandro (verified owner) – January 31, 2019

Hi, Paypal is available as a payment option in most of the countries, if you tried but did not find the option then I can send you a PayPal request by email.

gay-torrents (verified owner) – February 22, 2019

Noel Alejandro wholly inhabits the space that more celebrated filmmakers have only fleetingly allowed their lens to rest (Bernardo Bertolucci, Paul Verhoeven, Stanley Kubrick, Ang Lee, John Cameron Mitchell). Nevertheless, I am wary of referring to his work as pornography, even as it explicitly reveals its actors in flagrante delicto.

He confidently explores the themes of lust, loss, memory, romance and reget within the context of same-sex intimacy and desire. Make no doubt, though: the intention here is to arouse as much as it is to explore the emotional depth of the human condition. And for this alone, the filmmaker should be applauded for his duality of vision.

What format are the downloaded files in? MP4? Thanks

Yes, they are mp4 full HD files. High quality image and sound.

Hi,i like to buy “All My Films – 59,95€” pay by PayPal.L.G. Stephan

Hola, ayer vi Serodiscordantes en el Pink Screens Festival de Bruselas y me gustó mucho. Querría comprar todas tus películas y pagar con tarjeta de crédito. Qué debo hacer?

How do I purchase your complete set of films. I’m in the United States.

Hi David, the price will be transformed into USD automatically during the purchase process ?

Sent me more ofthe same namesof the movies to my email.

Yes, Paypal is included on Epoch payment gateway and I’ve sent you an email request ?

jose antonio oliete (verified owner) – February 25, 2020

hola Noel,compre un pac de películas mi pregunta las voy a recibir en CD.y si no es asi me podras decir como lo debo hacer gracias

Gracias por tu compra. Mis películas sólo están disponibles en descarga digital, para agilizar la entrega y mejorar la calidad del visionado.

I have already purchased the full films but cannot watch can I download it on Vimeo

How can I, as a US citizen, purchase your films? What would the price of your entire oeuvre be in US $….

Hi! The payment gateway will convert the amount before the final step, so you will get to see the final amount in USD and you can decide then )

Hola Noel,He comprado el pack de las películas “ all my films” y no me permite visionarlas. Que devo hacer para verlas desde el iphad.Gracias

Hola. He comprado el paquete antes de crear mi cuenta. Cómo puedo accesar los vídeos?

Hola, gracias por tu compra. He añadido las películas a tu nueva cuenta. Disfruta!

Greetings, I watched 2 of your short films and I have become a fan of your work. I would love to purchase your films (All My Films – 69,95€) through paypal.

Please make more movies, Can’t get enough. You’re creative and an amazing creator.

Gerardo Molina (verified owner) – October 15, 2020

It there a way to stream the purchased films? or is the ‘download’ the only option? and if so, it gives me 20 downloads, does that mean I need to be careful on how save the films on my computer?

You can stream the movie. If the counter gets to 20, email me and I will re-grant you access.

i wanna purchase all your films. and i can only pay by paypal. would you please be so kind to send me a paypal link and tell me the next step forward?

I would like to purchase your “all my films collection” (without Bedtime Stories) with PayPal. Please send me an invoice. Do the non-english ones have subtitles yet (I saw a request in the listed comments and was wondering if they have been added)?

hi, i’ve sent the payment via paypal and the transaction ID is 7K974486H6857133X. But I don’t see anything available for download on my account page. Something went wrong?

Hola! En qué formato se descargan? Podré verlas en roku o algo similar?

Wie kann man gekaufte Filme nicht mehr herunterladen?ich habe 2018 gekauft diese filme werden mir nicht mehr angeboten wieso?

Hi there, your films have been restored. thanks a lot for your patience.

Hola. Me gustaría comprarlas todas, pero no descargarlas directamente en mi PC. ¿Cuáles podrían ser las alternativas?

Es posible reproducirlas desde el navegador, aunque tengas un número limitado de veces para hacerlo, es posible renovar el número de visitados o descargas posibles. Sólo tienes que escribirme un email cuando hayas legado a cero.Gracias!

Bronson Johnson (verified owner) – March 21, 2021

I love these movies. I have all of them. Can you all fix a small issue, the links are supposed to never expired but all mine expired but one. Can you fix it, as I don’t want to buy them all again.

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Gay, Noel

Von den Dreißigern bis in die fünfziger Jahre des 20. Jahrhunderts beherrschte die Musik von Noel Gay die Hitparaden und West End-Bühnen in England. Me And My Girl, Gays erstes London-Musical, war mit 1646 Vorstellungen en suite ein Sensationserfolg. Der Lambeth Walk wurde ein Welterfolg und reflektiert viel von Londons „Cockney“-Welt, der damit verbundenen Folklore und Atmosphäre. Der Komponist kam indessen nach einer vollkommen klassischen Ausbildung fast nur durch Zufall in Kontakt mit der Unterhaltungsmusik. Geboren wurde er als Reginald Armitage 1898 in Wakefield. Dort eröffnete ihm ein Nachbar finanzielle Verdienstmöglichkeiten durch Mitwirkung an einer Revue als Songwriter und erwähnte „den Burschen aus der nächsten Straße“ gegenüber dem Produzenten. Letzterer gab dann den Großteil der Partitur bei Armitage in Auftrag, der seinen persönlichen Stil dank natürlicher Instinkte und einer intuitiven Anlehnung an die erfolgreichen Melodien von Gilbert und Sullivan entwickelte. Andre Charlot, ein bekannter Impresario, sah die Revue und bat Armitage, die ganze Partitur für die Charlot-Show des Jahres 1926 zu komponieren. Als sein Erfolg in diesem Metier anhielt, änderte er seinen Namen in Noel Gay. In den folgenden zwanzig Jahren bekam er Aufträge von allen führenden Film- und Theaterproduzenten der Zeit.

Er schrieb für Berühmtheiten wie Gracie Fields und Bandleader wie Billy Cotton. Bereits Anfang der dreißiger Jahre begann Noel Gay, Evergreens wie All the king´s horses und There´s something about a soldier zu schreiben und erhielt ungefährt zu dieser Zeit auch den Auftrag, den ersten Song zu komponieren, der in einen englischen Tonfilm eingefügt wurde. Ein Jahr nach der Premiere von Me And My Girl (UA: 1937 im Victoria Palace) gründete Noel Gay einen Musikverlag, durch den viele seiner wichtigsten Lieder veröffentlicht wurden. Klassiker, die bis heute in Erinnerung blieben, sind u.a. Run rabbit run, Love makes the world go round und Hey little Hen. Die nächste große Partitur nach Me And My Girl wurde 1940 für die Charles B. Cochran-Revue im Savoy-Theater geschrieben, die Lights Up hieß. Einer der Songs, Let people sing, wurde die Titelmelodie für eine bekannte BBC-Radioserie. Noel Gay starb mit 56 Jahren. Er hatte die Musik für 26 Londoner Shows komponiert sowie 28 Filmmusiken geschrieben und nahezu 50 Hits kreiert und damit die Grundlage für eine der aktivsten Vertriebs-Organisationen auf dem britischen Unterhaltungssektor geliefert.

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Details on Noel Fisher’s sexuality and his wife

Noel Fisher is a Canadian actor known for playing the role of Mickey Milkovich on Shameless. Fisher earned his first Gemini Award nomination for his debut role in The Sheldon Kennedy Story. His first role in an American production came in Final Destination 2 in 2003. Fisher earned his second Gemini Award nomination in 2005 for his role in Godiva’s.

Fisher gained further recognition for playing the role of Cael Malloy in The Riches. Three years after his star turn on the series, Noel landed his role in Shameless.

This piece will look at Noel Fisher’s sexuality. He is not gay.

Details on Noel Fisher’s sexuality and his wife

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Noel Gay is an agency built on years of experience and innovation, always evolving and adapting as we specialise in not specialising.

We work closely with our clients to help tailor careers that are based on celebrating and building on their uniqueness, achievements and talent. Through the different forms of traditional and new media, with a broad spectrum of disciplines, we partner closely with our clients to help them realise their long-term goals, supporting and managing their careers bringing their passions and projects to fruition.

Tracing our company roots to 1938, our history is built on dedication, contacts and above all our diverse roster of extraordinary clients. As the entertainment, information and media industries have changed over time Noel Gay continues to find new opportunities to build lasting and robust careers for our clients of broadcasters, journalists, performers, actors, writers, speakers, and comedians. We believe in specialising in not specialising But above all, we believe in extraordinary talent.

As a company we celebrate eccentricity, gumption and curiosity. We encourage our agents to seek clients from leaders and innovators in their specialisms to the next generation of new talent waiting to burst on to the scene. Every conversation, trajectory and relationship is unique, all are handled with determination, skill and built on the solid foundations of a long standing agency with a forward thinking wealth of knowledge, contacts and ideas.

Headed by Chief Executive Alex Armitage who guides the careers of a wide and varied list of clients including many of the UK’s leading broadcasters, journalists and presenters.

Louise Fennimore is a Director of Noel Gay Artists and looks after the voiceover and corporate department including awards ceremony hosts, conference facilitators, after dinner cabaret and speakers. She works with Liz Barker and Kas Michael.

Sophieclaire Armitage represents a list of presenters, broadcasters and writers. Natalie Ball and Ellie Cahill-Nicholls represent their own lists of multi-talented clients, including performers, actors, writers, comedians and theatre-makers. Andy assists agents across the company and runs the office. Jana Watkin is the Agency Accountant.

HISTORY

The Noel Gay Organisation traces its roots from 1938, when the composer Noel Gay (born Reginald Armitage, 1898) started a music publishing company to publish his show songs and light music.

In the late 1950s Noel Gay Artists was formed by his son, Richard Armitage (born 1928) in order to supply singers to perform Noel Gay hits.

During the 1960s Noel Gay Artists was a principal agent for a huge number of musical and pop acts including Russ Conway, Peter & Gordon, The Scaffold, Geoff Love, Manuel and His Music of the Mountains, Paul Jones etc. As a music publisher, Noel Gay Music provided a string of hits for many artists including Bernard Cribbins’ Hole In the Ground, Right Said Fred and Gossip Calypso. The company also represented the young Sir David Frost and, amongst many others, John Cleese. In the 1970s the agency represented The King’s Singers, The Swingle Singers, Tony Macaulay (You’re More Than A Number In My Little Red Book, Don’t Give Up On Us Baby), Jake Thackray and French superstar Claude Francois. Richard’s sons, Charles and Alex Armitage, joined the company in 1972 and 1976 respectively.

In the 1980s, Noel Gay represented amongst others, Rowan Atkinson, Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Emma Thompson, Tilda Swinton, Danny Baker, Peter Skellern, Jan Leeming and Reginald Bosanquet, as well as continuing to look after Sir David Frost, Esther Rantzen, Desmond Wilcox, Sir Richard Stilgoe (Phantom of the Opera, Cats and Starlight Express) and Norman Newell.

In 1985, Richard Armitage and his two sons decided to produce Me And My Girl, a huge hit from 1938, with music by Noel Gay. Me And My Girl ran for eight years at the Adelphi Theatre in London from 1985, starring Robert Lindsay and Emma Thompson. In subsequent years it started the theatrical careers of Brian Conley, Gary Wilmot, Karl Howman, Les Dennis, Su Pollard and Jessica Martin. It also ran on Broadway for three years at the Marquis Theatre, starring Robert Lindsay, Jim Dale and Tim Curry. Me And My Girl also played in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Spain, Germany, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Hungary, Japan and Hong Kong.

Richard Armitage died in 1986 and subsequently his sons Alex and Charles took over the business. In 1987, Alex and Paul Jackson founded Noel Gay Television which became the first major independent television production company. Bill Cotton joined from the BBC as Chairman in 1988. Amongst many other major productions, Noel Gay was responsible for the worldwide success of Red Dwarf, written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor. In the late 1980s and early 1990s under Alex Armitage, the agency looked after, amongst others, Harry Enfield, Chris Barrie, Howard Goodall and Russell Harty. At this time the company also produced High Society (Victoria Palace Theatre), The Entertainer (Shaftesbury), Radio Times (Queen’s), The Rink (Cambridge) and Polishing The Sun (Barn).

Noel Gay Theatre, an independent theatre management company, managed the hugely successful Rowan Atkinson: The New Review (Shaftesbury Theatre), Sugar Babies (Savoy Theatre), Other People’s Money (Lyric Theatre), Matador (Queens Theatre), Tango Argentino (Aldwych Theatre), The Cotton Club (Aldwych Theatre), and Kiss of the Spider Woman (Shaftesbury Theatre). In 1993 Chris Figg and Charles Armitage founded Noel Gay Motion Picture Company. The company co-produced Trainspotting as well as producing a further half a dozen motion pictures.

Noel Gay Television and Noel Gay Motion Picture Company run by Charles Armitage split from the Noel Gay Organisation in 2000.

Today, under Chief Executive Alex Armitage and Director Louise Fennimore, Noel Gay Artists is acknowledged as the leader in the field of representation as well as continuing to ‘specialise in not specialising’.

About Noel Gay

b. Richard Moxon Armitage, 3 March 1898, Wakefield, Yorkshire, England, d. 3 March 1954, London England. A prolific composer and lyricist, Gay was responsible for many of the most popular and memorable songs in the UK during the 30s and 40s. A child prodigy, he was educated at Wakefield Cathedral School, and often deputized for the Cathedral organist. In 1913 he moved to London to study at the Royal College of Music, and later became the director of music and organist at St. Anne’s Church in Soho. After four years studying for his MA and at Christ’s Church College, Cambridge, he seemed destined for a career in a university or cathedral. However, while at Cambridge he became interested in the world of musical comedy, and started to write songs. After contributing to the revue Stop Press, he was commissioned to write the complete score for the Charlot Show Of 1926. He was also the principal composer for Clowns In Clover, which starred Jack Hulbert and Cicely Courtneidge, and ran for over 500 performances. Around this time he took the name of Noel Gay for his popular work to avoid embarrassment to the church 1930, Gay, with Harry Graham, wrote his most successful song to date, ‘The King’s Horses’, which was sung in another Charlot revue, Folly To Be Wise. He then collaborated with lyricist Desmond Carter for the score of his first musical show, Hold My Hand (1931). Starring Jessie Matthews, Sonnie Hale and Stanley Lupino, the songs included ‘Pied Piper’, ‘What’s In A Kiss’, ‘Hold My Hand’ and ‘Turn On The Music’. During the 30s Gay wrote complete, or contributed to, scores for popular shows such as She Couldn’t Say No, That’s A Pretty Thing, Jack O’Diamonds, Love Laughs!, O-Kay For Sound (one of the early Crazy Gang music hall-type revues at the London Palladium, in which Bud Flanagan sang Gay’s ‘The Fleet’s In Port Again’), Wild Oats and Me And My Girl (1937). The latter show, with a book and lyrics by L. Arthur Rose, and starring Lupino Lane in the central role of Bill Sibson, ran for over 1, 600 performances and featured ‘The Lambeth Walk’, which became an enormously popular sequence dance craze – so popular, in fact, that when the show was filmed in 1939, it was re-titled The Lambeth Walk. In the same year, with Ralph Butler, Gay gave Bud Flanagan the big song, ‘Run, Rabbit, Run’, in another Crazy Gang revue, The Little Dog the 40s, Gay wrote for several shows with lyrics mostly by Frank Eyton, including Lights Up (‘Let The People Sing’), ‘Only A Glass Of Champagne’ and ‘You’ve Done Something To My Heart’); Present Arms; La-Di-Da-Di-Da ’ ; The Love Racket; Meet Me Victoria; Sweetheart Mine; and Bob’s Your Uncle (1948). His songs for films included ‘All For A Shilling A Day’ and ‘There’s Something About A Soldier’, sung by Courtneidge in Me And Marlborough (1935); ‘Leaning On A Lamp Post’ introduced by comedian George Formby in Feather Your Nest; ‘Who’s Been Polishing The Sun’, sung by Jack Hulbert in The Camels Are Coming; ‘I Don’t Want To Go to Bed’ (Stanley Lupino in Sleepless Nights); and ‘All Over The Place’ (Sailors Three). Gay also composed ‘Tondeleyo’, the first song to be synchronized into a British talking picture (White Cargo). His other songs included ‘Round The Marble Arch’, ‘All For The Love Of A Lady’, ‘I Took My Harp To A Party’ (a hit for Gracie Fields), ‘Let’s Have A Tiddley At The Milk Bar’, ‘Red, White And Blue’, ‘Love Makes The World Go Round’, ‘The Moon Remembered, But You Forgot’, ‘The Girl Who Loves A Soldier’, ‘The Birthday Of The Little Princess’, ‘Are We Downhearted? – No!’, ‘Hey Little Hen’, ‘Happy Days Happy Months’, ‘I’ll Always Love You’, ‘Just A Little Fond Affection’, ‘When Alice Blue Gown Met Little Boy Blue’, ‘I Was Much Better Off In The Army’ and ‘My Thanks To You’ (co-written with Norman Newell)’s other collaborators included Archie Gottler, Clifford Grey, Dion Titheradge, Donavan Parsons and Ian Grant. In the early 50s Gay wrote very little, just a few songs such as ‘I Was Much Better Off In The Army’ and ‘You Smile At Everyone But Me’. He had been going deaf for some years, and had to wear a hearing aid. After his death in March 1954, his publishing company, Noel Gay Music, which he had formed in 1938, published one more song, ‘Love Me Now’. His son, Richard Armitage (b. 12 August 1928, Wakefield, England, d. 17 November 1986), a successful impresario and agent, took over the company, and extended and developed the organization into one of the biggest television and representational agencies in Europe. His clients included David Frost, Rowan Atkinson, Esther Rantzen, Russ Conway, Russell Harty, Jonathan Miller, John Cleese, the King’s Singers and many more. The publishing side had several hit copyrights, including the Scaffold’s ‘Thank U Very Much’. After mounting several minor productions, Armitage revived his father’s most popular show, Me And My Girl, in London in February 1985. With the versatile actor Robert Lindsay as Sibson, a revised book, and two other Gay hits, ‘The Sun Has Got His Hat On’ and ‘Leaning On A Lamp Post’ interpolated into the score, the new production was an immediate success. It closed in 1993 following a stay of eight years. Around the same time, Radio Times, a new show featuring Noel Gay’s music, enjoyed a brief West End run. Opening on Broadway in 1986, Me And My Girl ran for over 1, 500 performances, New York’s biggest hit for years. Armitage died just three months after the show’s Broadway debut.

Artist Biography by AllMusic

b. Richard Moxon Armitage, 3 March 1898, Wakefield, Yorkshire, England, d. 3 March 1954, London England. A prolific composer and lyricist, Gay was responsible for many of the most popular and memorable songs in the UK during the 30s and 40s. A child prodigy, he was educated at Wakefield Cathedral School, and often deputized for the Cathedral organist. In 1913 he moved to London to study at the Royal College of Music, and later became the director of music and organist at St. Anne’s Church in Soho. After four years studying for his MA and at Christ’s Church College, Cambridge, he seemed destined for a career in a university or cathedral. However, while at Cambridge he became interested in the world of musical comedy, and started to write songs. After contributing to the revue Stop Press, he was commissioned to write the complete score for the Charlot Show Of 1926. He was also the principal composer for Clowns In Clover, which starred Jack Hulbert and Cicely Courtneidge, and ran for over 500 performances. Around this time he took the name of Noel Gay for his popular work to avoid embarrassment to the church authorities.

In 1930, Gay, with Harry Graham, wrote his most successful song to date, ‘The King’s Horses’, which was sung in another Charlot revue, Folly To Be Wise. He then collaborated with lyricist Desmond Carter for the score of his first musical show, Hold My Hand (1931). Starring Jessie Matthews, Sonnie Hale and Stanley Lupino, the songs included ‘Pied Piper’, ‘What’s In A Kiss’, ‘Hold My Hand’ and ‘Turn On The Music’. During the 30s Gay wrote complete, or contributed to, scores for popular shows such as She Couldn’t Say No, That’s A Pretty Thing, Jack O’Diamonds, Love Laughs!, O-Kay For Sound (one of the early Crazy Gang music hall-type revues at the London Palladium, in which Bud Flanagan sang Gay’s ‘The Fleet’s In Port Again’), Wild Oats and Me And My Girl (1937). The latter show, with a book and lyrics by L. Arthur Rose, and starring Lupino Lane in the central role of Bill Sibson, ran for over 1, 600 performances and featured ‘The Lambeth Walk’, which became an enormously popular sequence dance craze – so popular, in fact, that when the show was filmed in 1939, it was re-titled The Lambeth Walk. In the same year, with Ralph Butler, Gay gave Bud Flanagan the big song, ‘Run, Rabbit, Run’, in another Crazy Gang revue, The Little Dog Laughed.

During the 40s, Gay wrote for several shows with lyrics mostly by Frank Eyton, including Lights Up (‘Let The People Sing’), ‘Only A Glass Of Champagne’ and ‘You’ve Done Something To My Heart’); Present Arms; La-Di-Da-Di-Da ’ ; The Love Racket; Meet Me Victoria; Sweetheart Mine; and Bob’s Your Uncle (1948). His songs for films included ‘All For A Shilling A Day’ and ‘There’s Something About A Soldier’, sung by Courtneidge in Me And Marlborough (1935); ‘Leaning On A Lamp Post’ introduced by comedian George Formby in Feather Your Nest; ‘Who’s Been Polishing The Sun’, sung by Jack Hulbert in The Camels Are Coming; ‘I Don’t Want To Go to Bed’ (Stanley Lupino in Sleepless Nights); and ‘All Over The Place’ (Sailors Three). Gay also composed ‘Tondeleyo’, the first song to be synchronized into a British talking picture (White Cargo). His other songs included ‘Round The Marble Arch’, ‘All For The Love Of A Lady’, ‘I Took My Harp To A Party’ (a hit for Gracie Fields), ‘Let’s Have A Tiddley At The Milk Bar’, ‘Red, White And Blue’, ‘Love Makes The World Go Round’, ‘The Moon Remembered, But You Forgot’, ‘The Girl Who Loves A Soldier’, ‘The Birthday Of The Little Princess’, ‘Are We Downhearted? – No!’, ‘Hey Little Hen’, ‘Happy Days Happy Months’, ‘I’ll Always Love You’, ‘Just A Little Fond Affection’, ‘When Alice Blue Gown Met Little Boy Blue’, ‘I Was Much Better Off In The Army’ and ‘My Thanks To You’ (co-written with Norman Newell).

Gay’s other collaborators included Archie Gottler, Clifford Grey, Dion Titheradge, Donavan Parsons and Ian Grant. In the early 50s Gay wrote very little, just a few songs such as ‘I Was Much Better Off In The Army’ and ‘You Smile At Everyone But Me’. He had been going deaf for some years, and had to wear a hearing aid. After his death in March 1954, his publishing company, Noel Gay Music, which he had formed in 1938, published one more song, ‘Love Me Now’. His son, Richard Armitage (b. 12 August 1928, Wakefield, England, d. 17 November 1986), a successful impresario and agent, took over the company, and extended and developed the organization into one of the biggest television and representational agencies in Europe. His clients included David Frost, Rowan Atkinson, Esther Rantzen, Russ Conway, Russell Harty, Jonathan Miller, John Cleese, the King’s Singers and many more. The publishing side had several hit copyrights, including the Scaffold’s ‘Thank U Very Much’. After mounting several minor productions, Armitage revived his father’s most popular show, Me And My Girl, in London in February 1985. With the versatile actor Robert Lindsay as Sibson, a revised book, and two other Gay hits, ‘The Sun Has Got His Hat On’ and ‘Leaning On A Lamp Post’ interpolated into the score, the new production was an immediate success. It closed in 1993 following a stay of eight years. Around the same time, Radio Times, a new show featuring Noel Gay’s music, enjoyed a brief West End run. Opening on Broadway in 1986, Me And My Girl ran for over 1, 500 performances, New York’s biggest hit for years. Armitage died just three months after the show’s Broadway debut.

Noel married long-time girlfriend Layla Alizada in an intimate ceremony held in July 2017

Noel Fisher and Layla met on the set of Godiva’s in 2005. They spotted each other in the makeup trailer and reportedly shared their first kiss at the show’s wrap party. Nearly a decade after they started dating, Noel popped the question. Noel asked Layla to marry him when they were vacationing at the St. Regis in Bora Bora in mid-May,” a source told Us Weekly in 2014. “They’re thrilled.”

On 15th July 2017, Noel and Layla wed in an intimate ceremony held in the couple’s back-yard. An exclusive guest-list of 60 friends and family shared the special moment with the couple. After the ceremony, Noel and Layla told :

“We always wanted a wedding that was small and intimate. It was a magical day and even more special having so much of it put together with the help of our loved ones. We’re so grateful for the people in our lives, and that everyone was able to share this day with us.”

Rumors about Noel being gay started after he landed a gay role in Shameless

Despite being married, Noel often has his sexuality questioned in interviews and by social media users. The rumor persists because Noel plays a gay role in Shameless. His response to the speculation is that people should stop trying to fit others into a box. He said:

“I think it’s weird how we, as a society, try to put the LGBT community in a box, when in fact, they are just people. They have the same complexities as you and me. That’s how I look at Mickey, as a complex person.”

Mickey and Ian Gallagher (played by Cameron Monaghan) have one of the most complicated gay relationships on television. In an interview with , Noel described the relationship as follows: “And then we just continued that for the rest of the show: Fight, fuck, fight, fuck, fight, fuck.”