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Noah Centineo – Net Worth, Career Journey, Earnings and Income

Real Name:Noah Gregory Centineo
Birthday:May 9, 1996
Net Worth:$4 million
Height:186 cm
Occupation:American actor, Model

Noah Gregory Centineo is an American actor. In the past few years, he got famous thanks to his roles in Netflix’s original movies. Before that, he starred in the final three seasons of The Fosters, and in a Disney channel movie titled How to Build a Better Boy. But his success came with the Netflix movie To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before in 2018. How much are Noah Centineo’s assets?

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Noah quickly rose to the status of an overnight sensation in 2018 thanks to the Netflix hit. For a few months in 2018 and 2019, you could see his adorable face all over the Internet. During that period, he earned a lot of money and made a name for himself. As of June 2020, Noah Centineo assets are more than $4 million.

Career Journey

Born in Miami, Florida, he got raised in Boynton Beach, Florida. He is half Italian, half Dutch, with some dose of Native American and Puerto Rican in between. Noah has an older sister, Taylor. As a young boy, he attended the BAK Middle School of the Arts and Boca Raton Community High School. He played soccer there. In 2012, he moved to Los Angeles.

Before moving to Los Angeles, he got small parts in some movies. Yet in 2009, he got the lead as Josh Peters in the family movie The Gold Retrievers. He was 13 years old at the time. Then he had small roles in some Disney Channel sitcoms.

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In 2015, he got a big break by taking over the main role of Jesus Adams Foster in the drama series The Series. He made his first appearance in season three and played the part for the final three seasons. In 2017, the performance earned him a nomination for the Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer TV Star: Male. The same year, he also played Hawk Carter in the drama-thriller series [email protected]

2018 proved a successful year for the teen actor. He starred in three Netflix original teen comedy movies. The first one, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, earned him a couple of awards and positive reviews. That movie earned him two Teen Choice Award nods.

The public started calling him a teen idol. After that, he starred as Jamey in Sierra Burgess is a Loser, and as Lance in The Perfect Date. Centineo followed his Netflix success with a supporting role in Charlie’s Angels reboot movie.

In 2020, he returned in the sequel To All the Boys: PS I Still Love You. His upcoming project is the portrayal of He-Man in Masters of the Universe.

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Net Worth

As of June 2020, Noah Centineo cash flow is around $4 million. He earned most of his money through deals with Netflix. The young actor starred in two of the biggest movies by Netflix in 2018. The movie To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before accumulated more than 80 million views on Netflix.

He also expanded his portfolio to theatrically-released movies. Noah appeared in the new reboot of  Charlie’s Angels. Centineo will appear in the Jackie-Chan directed movie, The Diary. This movie is in post-production.

And even before his Netflix success, Noah earned a lot of money for a young teenage star. Some sources say he earned between $16,000 and $18,000 for his appearance in The Fosters drama series.

But not all of his money comes from acting. Noah found a way to use his good looks and fame for other things. He recently modeled in a Calvin Klein ad campaign.

Personal Life

Noah is of Italian descent from his father’s side and German from his mother’s side. He began a relationship with Dancing with the Stars alum, Alexis Ren, in 2019. They looked cozy together after he picked her up from an airport in Florida.

He finally made the relationship official for the public in January 2020. He posted a photo on his social media account making it official.

Before his relationship with Alexis Ren, he dated Angeline Appel and Lauren Kolodin. The former is an actress, while the latter is another Instagram star. Fun fact: he plays the guitar.

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