While it has been a challenge to balance both school and his acting career, Noah places high value on his education here. Acting has allowed him to live in many different locations and meet people from all over the world. Every time he sees a great performance, he is inspired to continue his work. He loves the feeling of losing himself in a role, to the point where even he is surprised by the course of a scene.
Through it all, he considers going to Sundance with a movie Jamie Marks is Dead as one of the coolest moments thus far. In his own words, “filming that movie was the most artistically fulfilling experience I have had so far. There was nothing fancy about the shoot. The conditions were miserable, but it was all about the work and creating something special.” Noah felt that sharing this film at a place like Sundance, that truly respects and celebrates filmmaking, was an incredible feeling. For him, Independent filmmaking has proven to be the most exciting. Some of his favorite films include Fight Club, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, It’s a Wonderful Life, and A Good Year. As for television, Noah loves the The Sopranos, Breaking Bad and True Detective.
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