Noir (or noire) is the French word for black. It may refer to:



  • Jim Noir (born 1982), English singer-songwriter
  • Ricardo Noir (born 1987), Boca Juniors football player
  • Aria Noir (born 1975), adult actress


In Africa
In Canada
  • Noire River, in the Outaouais region of Quebec
  • Noire River, a tributary of the Yamaska River in Easter Townships area, Quebec
In France


Comic books

  • Magie Noire, a 2003 comic by the Ivorian painter and author Gilbert G. Groud
  • Marvel Noir, a 2009 thematic stories based on Marvel universe
  • Noir: A Collection of Crime Comics, a 2009 black-and-white crime comics anthology
  • Noir, alias of Ray Balzac Courland in Gorgeous Carat manga

Film and television

  • Film noir, a film genre
  • Noir (anime), a 2001 anime series about a pair of female assassins
  • Vince Noir, a character in the BBC comedy The Mighty Boosh
  • Souris noire, a 1987 French television series



Video games

  • Noire, a character in the video game Hyperdimension Neptunia
  • Noir, a character in the video game La Pucelle: Tactics
  • L.A. Noire, a video game by Rockstar Games which was released in May 2011.
  • Discworld Noir, an adventure game released in 1999 by GT Interactive


  • Guy Noir, a character in A Prairie Home Companion radio show
  • Série noire, a French publishing imprint

Other uses

See also

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