|Hair Color:||Dark Brown|
|Occupation(s):||Former high school student|
|Family & Friends|
|Family:|| Unnamed mother and father|
|Relationships:|| Quinn Fabray-mother of child, in love with|
Shelby Corcoran-sexual, ended
|Enemies:||Vocal Adrenaline, Rick Nelson, Davaid Karofsky, Azimio, Jacob Ben Israel|
|Education:||William McKinley High School-former|
Noah "Puck" Puckerman is a main character for the first three seasons of Glee and is recurring for the fourth. He is one of William McKinley High School's alumni as of the last episode in season three, Goodbye. He is now a former member of both the glee club and football team.
As a self proclaimed "badass", Puck is well-known around the school for constantly tossing students into dumpsters and also for initially being a primary culprit for throwing slushies in everyones faces. At first, Puck is very much opposed to the glee club, deeming it "gay" and a group for "losers". Shortly after Quinn Fabray joins the club, Puck discovers that Quinn has become pregnant with his baby, and he joins the glee club as a way of being closer to her.
In Season One, Puck slept with Quinn and got her pregnant, leading to a brief relationship with her. Quinn eventually gave birth to his biological daughter in Journey. They named her Beth, but she was adopted by Shelby Corcoran, the coach of Vocal Adrenaline. In Season Two, Puck dates Lauren Zizes. In Season Three, it was revealed that Puck and Lauren broke up, as Puck says "She was the one that got away, really slowly". In I Am Unicorn, he sees his 1-year-old, daughter, Beth for the first time since she was adopted.
Puck is portrayed by actor, singer-songwriter Mark Salling.
|Blaine Anderson • Brody Weston • Emma Pillsbury • Finn Hudson • Jesse St. James • Noah Puckerman • Quinn Fabray • Rachel Berry • Santana Lopez • Kurt Hummel|