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Noah Ryan Scott Biography

Noah Ryan Scott

Biography


Date of Birth
26 December 2000, Brampton, Ontario, Canada

Height
5' 5½" (1.66 m)

Mini Biography
Noah's first acting job came at the tender age of four when he landed 3 spots in an American national commercial. It was his first audition ever and he was hired on the spot! He went on to land spots in ten more commercials, filmed a music video and a short film in less than a year.

Noah's television debut came at the age of seven when he landed the role of Jakey Thomson in CBC's Booky and the Secret Santa (2007). He returned to reprise his role in Booky's Crush (2009).

Other featured television work includes: Rick Mercer Report (2006-2013), Little Mosque (2008), The Bridge (2010) and Doodlebops Rockin' Roadshow (2010).

Noah made his big screen debut in the Canadian feature film Moon Point. He plays the role of Young Darryl and can be seen in flashback scenes throughout the film.

You can watch Noah in the new Series Kid's Town (2013) where he plays the leading role of Jamie Redshaw.

Noah is truly happiest when he is acting. This is his "passion" as he would say. He works very hard and is up for any challenge. He is very personable, has great emotional range and has remarkable work ethic.


Trivia
  • Brother of 'Jordan Dean Scott' He has 2 dogs, 2 cats and 2 Crested Geckos.



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