Actor Andre Noble died July 30 from accidental poisoning. He was 25.

Born in Newfoundland, Canada, he pursued an acting career in Toronto, appearing in productions of “Hamlet,” “As You Like It” and “Twelfth Night.” He co-founded Toronto theater group the Young Company.

On TV, Noble appeared in CBC miniseries “Random Passage,” TVO/TFO’s “Ta voix dans la nuit” and made-for “Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story.”

He then landed a role as the lead in “Sugar,” an adaptation of Bruce LaBruce’s “JD” stories directed by John Palmer. The film unspooled at several gay film fests and is in release via ThinkFilm.

Noble died after coming in contact with the poisonous monkshood plant while on a hike in Newfoundland.

He is survived by his father, a brother and his grandmother.

A memorial service will be held Sunday, 4-6 p.m., at the Buddies in Bad Times Theater, 12 Alexander St., Toronto.

Donations in Noble’s name may be made to the theater department at the Sir Wilfred Grenfell School of Fine Arts in Newfoundland. Call (709) 256-1600 for more information.