Noah Centineo: Biography

Centineo was born and raised in Boca Raton, Florida. He is an ethnic mix of Italian and German origin. Noah Centineo has an elder sister named Taylor. He graduated in 2012, moved to Los Angeles, and attended Agoura High School. In February 2020, Centineo disclosed in an interview in Harper’s Bazaar that he has been clean for the last few years. The teen went through a turbulent time. He says:

“It was “a very dark period in my life.” 

Social Work

In February 2020, he announced Favored nations, a non-profit initiative using his social media reach and power to raise charity funds. The idea was born because Centineo joined Omaze in a contest that raised $280,000 for charity. The game allowed participants to join him on an adventure and share meals with him. Centineo was dating Model Alexis Ren from March 2019 until January 2020. He has close ties with the actors Lana Condor and Diego Velazquez.

Acting Career

In 2009 Centineo was the leading character in a family film calledThe Gold Retrievers. Then, he had a small role in The Disney Channel sitcoms Austin & Ally and Shook It Up. Centineo was later cast in the role of Jaden Stark in The Disney Channel Original Movie How to Build a Better Boy (2014). The actor was selected to play Ben Eastman in the Disney Channel comedy pilot Growing Up and Down in the same year. However, the show wasn’t picked for a series.

The year was 2015, and he assumed the character role of Jesus Adams Foster in Freeform’s drama series The Fosters. The actor made his first appearance on episode three of season three, “Lucky”, which aired on August 17th, 2015. In 2017, Centineo was nominated for the Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer TV Star Male for his work.

In 2017, Noah Centineo started his role in the role of Hawk Carter in Tagged, which ended in 2018. Later, he played the role of artist/surfer Johnny Sanders Jr. in the romantic comedy about coming of age film SPF-18. The same year, he appeared as Camila Cabello’s lover in the hit music video “Havana.”

Noah Centineo’s Netflix Fame

Centineo played three roles in Netflix’s original film series for teens in 2018. The first one to go on release the year, he played Peter Kavinsky in the adaptation of Jenny Han’s novel about romance To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. In this role, he earned praise from critics and viewers, which helped him become an idol for teens. He also appeared in the part of Jamey on Sierra Burgess Is a Loser and Lance in Swiped. In 2019, he portrayed the leading role of Brooks Rattigan in another Netflix romantic comedy film called The Perfect Date, which was released in April. He also played a part in his role in the Charlie’s Angels reboot film was released in November. In 2020, he was back in the role of Peter Kavinsky in the sequel to All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.

Moreover, Noah Centineo also appeared in the role of Peter Kavinsky in All the Boys: Always and Forever on Netflix on February 12th 2021. He was also scheduled to play the part of the character He-Man for Masters of the Universe, a film based on the franchise with the same name, which was released from Sony Pictures, but in April 2021, Noah was cut out of the movie. Noah is also set to appear in the film Black Adam. Noah is also expected to be a part of the DCEU film Black Adam, where Noah will play Atom Smasher, the main character. Atom Smasher. It was reported that he’s negotiating to be a part of a film about the GameStop short-snap.