Noah Centineo is appreciative of his success as Netflix’s “heartthrob of the moment.” If you still haven’t had your fill of Noah’s swoon-worthy charm, there’s more to come when “To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean,” the third part of the series he finished shooting recently, is released.
As a matinee idol who makes girls’ hearts skip a beat, he makes the dreamy guys he portrays accessible and relatable to his target audience. But Noah’s leading man roles in the last five years have all been similar to each other, and he looks forward to moving beyond being just a heartthrob.
When he played ADHD-afflicted Jesus Foster in Freeform’s family drama series, ‘The Fosters,’ he got to practice his acting chops, especially in the last season when he had a traumatic brain injury.
Noah also has an action role in his future. He will soon be seen as He-Man in the big-screen adaptation of “Masters of the Universe,” scheduled for release in March next year.