To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before just came out a few days ago and already, people are asking for more Lara Jean Song Covey and Peter Kavinsky—especially the latter who is played by Noah Centineo. In fact, I’ve been seeing some fans on my feed who have already re-watched the film thrice or more since it came out just to relive the cute moments.
But if you really can’t get enough of Noah, don’t worry because he’s been active on film and TV for a while now. We’ve listed down some of them for your binge-watching needs. Enjoy!
Sierra Burgess Is a Loser
This is another Netflix teen flick that you should watch out for. Sierra Burgess Is a Loser revolves around a high school girl named Sierra (Shannon Purser) who’s mistaken as a cheerleader on social media by her crush Jamey (Noah Centineo). Based on the trailer, they get along well even though Jamey never really saw Sierra in person—a typical catfishing story but we’re hoping this ends better than we expect. This will premiere on Sept. 7, BTW, so go plan your movie night with the gals.
Noah basically established his TV career by starring in The Fosters from 2016 to 2018. He plays Jesus, who is one of the foster kids adopted by the main characters. He took up the role after Jake T. Austin left the show in 2015. Many fans have suggested this drama series after watching To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before because, for one, you get more Noah content.
[email protected] is a psychological thriller about three girls whose online profiles were tagged in violent posts. You won’t see Noah until the second season where he plays Hawk, a tutor. If you haven’t seen the series yet, you still have time to watch the first two seasons before the third one comes out.
Back to rom-com territory, SPF-18 has a love triangle plot featuring an 18-year-old girl (Carson Meyer), her surfer boyfriend (Noah Centineo), and a musician (Jackson White). Aside from the cliché plot, you can expect a lot of scenic beach and surfing scenes—including Noah in floral board shorts. Nice.
Noah wasn’t a mainstay on Disney but he did make appearances in Shake It Up (one episode) and Austin & Ally (three episodes). If you’re really interested, here are some clips from the shows:
Bonus: “Havana” by Camila Cabello
This isn’t a movie or a show, but it’s still worth putting out there. In case you never noticed, Noah was Camila Cabello’s love interest in the “Havana” music video. Don’t believe us? Then put it on repeat.
Art by Marian Hukom
Photo courtesy of Netflix Philippines
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