Noah Centineo Biography, Age, Parents, Sister, Net worth, Girlfriend, Movies and TV Shows
Noah Centineo Biography
Noah Centineo Bio
Noah Centineo (Noah Gregory Centineo) is an American actor born on 9th May 1996 in Miami, Florida, U.S. He is known for his role as Jesus Adams Foster in Fosters and Peter Kavinsky in ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’.
|Age||22 years as of 2018; born on 9th May 1996|
|Height||1.85m /6 feet|
|Parents||Kellee Janel and Gregory Vincent Centineo, a businessman who executive produced the animated film Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return (2013)|
|Sister/ Siblings||Taylor Centineo|
|Education||BAK Middle School of the Arts, Boca Raton Community High School|
|Networth||est. $ 2 million|
|Ethnicity||Italian and German Descent|
At the age 8 Noah accompanied his sister Taylor, who was 13 at the time, to an open call audition audition for the talent agency John Robert Powers in West Palm Beach, Florida.
During an interview in 2017 he said:
“[Taylor] dragged me to this audition and I’m sitting there and someone comes over to me and they’re like, ‘Hey, are you auditioning?’ and I was like, ‘No!’ and they were like, ‘Come on, you should audition’ and I was like, ‘No, I don’t want to’ and they said, ‘No, I really think that you have potential, you should audition.'”
He ended up auditioning and was signed with the talent agency. He took some acting classes and went on to sign with other larger talent agencies while booking work as a child model for outlets like the Macy’s catalogue.
Noah started to audition for television and movie roles and at the age of 13 he landed a part in the 2009 Steve Guttenberg comedy “The Gold Retrievers.”
In 2015 he got a recurring role on the Disney Channel series “Austin & Ally”. Noah describes how he started his career as “So, how did I start? Because my sister wanted to be a model and I was dragged along to support her!”
Noah Centineo Scar
Noah has a scar on his face near the mouth which he says was caused by a dog attack when he was six.
“he ripped a hole in my face so you could see my teeth, my gums, and all the way through to the other side.”
Noah Centineo and Lana Condor
Noah Centineo and Lana Condor are cast members on ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ as Pete Kavinsky and Lara Jean respectively. They are on screen lovers but fans believe there maybe chemistry off-screen as well. These rumors gained momentum when Lana revealed that Noah had once ditched his dinner when Lana texted him because she felt down after hearing some bad news.
“As soon as he got the text, he got the bill, got up from dinner, ran like seven blocks, full sprint, sent me a video – full sprint! – of him running back to our apartment building, ran upstairs, banged on my apartment door, came in, swaddled me like a baby with a bunch of blankets, and then cleaned my whole apartment.”
— To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (@alltheboysfilm) August 20, 2018
Noah Centineo Movies
- 2009: The Giold Retrievers as Josh Peters
- 2011: Turkles as David
- 2012: Wordplay as Carter Phillips
- 2016: Pengium Flu as Brandon Bradley
- 2017: SPF-18 as Johnny Sanders Jr.
- 2017: Can’t Take It Back as Jake Roberts
- 2018: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before as Peter Kavinsky
- 2018: Sierra Burgess Is a Loser as Jamey
- 2018: Swiped as Lance Black
Noah Centineo Tv Shows
- 2011 – 2012: Austin & Ally as Dallas
- 2013: Marvin Marvin as Blaine Hotman
- 2013: Shake It Up as Monroe
- 2014: Growing Up and Down as Ben eastman
- 2014: Jessie as Rick Larkin
- 2014: See Dad Run as Carson Castle
- 2014: Newsreaders as Josh
- 2014: How to Build a Better Boy
- 2015 – 2018: The Fosters as Jesus Adams Foster
- 2017: T@gged as Hawk
Noah Centineo Havana
Noah appeared in Camila Cabello’s Havana music video as the main love interest.
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