Who is Noah Munck?

American actor and comedian Noah Bryant Munck was born in Mission Viejo, California USA, on 3 May 1996, making Taurus his zodiac sign; he’s of Czech, German, Hungarian and British descent.  Noah has 33 acting credits, and is perhaps known best for starring as ‘Naked’ Rob Smith in 103 episodes of the comedy series “The Goldbergs”, which stars Sean Giambrone and Wendi McLendon-Covey, and was created by Adam F. Goldberg. It follows a family from Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, the series has been airing since 2013, and has won four of its 19 award nominations.

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Education and early life

Noah was raised in Mission Viejo alongside his four younger siblings, by their father Greg Munck who’s an executive pastor at Crossline Community Church, and mother Kymbry (nee Robinson) who’s a housewife.

Noah became interested in acting not long after he enrolled at a local elementary school, as he began appearing in school plays; he made his debut TV series appearance in a 2007 episode of the comedy “All of Us”, and has been active in the film industry ever since.

Noah matriculated from high school in 2014 and then enrolled at Biola University, California, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in cinema and media arts in 2018.

Roles in TV series

Noah portrayed Little Johnny in the 2007 episode “Juicy Lou’s” of the comedy “American Body Shop”, and the following year saw him play Timmy O’Hallahan in the episode “Saving Wiz Tech: Part 1” of the adventure comedy “Wizards of Waverly Place”. Noah had only a couple of TV series roles in the remainder of the 2000s, playing and voicing characters in an episode of the romantic drama “ER”, the short animated action “Phineas and Ferb” (voice role), and the romantic comedy “Rules of Engagement”.

From 2007 through 2012, he portrayed Gibby Gibson in 57 episodes of the romantic family comedy “iCarly”, which also starred Miranda Cosgrove and Jerry Trainor, and was created by Dan Schneider. It follows Carly as she’s hosting her own web show, and the series won 26 of the 104 awards for which it was nominated. Noah was then cast to appear in an episode of the family comedy “Gibby”, the comedy “Sam & Cat” and the fantasy comedy “Son of Zorn”.

He portrayed Marcus in the 2017 episode “Atrapados” of the horror mini-series “El Bosque Sin Salida”, and Noah’s only other TV series role has been portraying ‘Naked’ Rob Smith in the 2019 episode “Dr. Barry” of the comedy “Schooled”, which starred Tim Meadows and Bryan Callen, and was created by Adam F. Goldberg and Marc Firek. It’s a spin-off of the series “The Goldbergs”, and follows the lives of people employed at Willian Penn Academy; the series aired in 2019 and 2020, and won one of its two award nominations.

Roles in movies

Noah’s debut film role was playing Kid in the 2007 comedy “1321”, and he gained recognition in the following year, when cast to play Ryan in the family comedy “The Rainbow Tribe”, which starred David James Elliott and Grayson Russell, and was directed by Christopher R. Watson; it follows a group of children at a sleep-away camp as they’re helping their counselor with his personal crisis. Some of Noah’s following roles were in the romantic comedy “Four Christmases” and the comedy “Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!” both in 2008, and the 2009 romantic comedy “All About Steve”.

He played Tristan in the hit 2011 romantic comedy “Bad Teacher”, which starred Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel, and was directed by Jake Kasdan. It follows a woman who hates teaching and children, and has now been forced to teach at a middle school so that she could afford breast implants; the movie won six of its 10 award nominations. Noah could then have been seen appearing in the crime family comedy “Nicky Deuce” and the action adventure comedy “Swindle” both in 2013, and the 2014 comedy “Just Before I Go”.

He voiced the supporting character Shrek in the 2018 animated adventure comedy “Shrek Retold”, which starred Eric Grant Duffrin, who also directed the movie; it follows Shrek as he’s trying to rescue Princess Fiona from a villainous lord who’s kidnapped her.

Noah’s since appeared in only a single movie: the 2019 short horror comedy “Time for Dessert”.

Other credits

Noah performed stunts in all eight episodes of the 2016 horror comedy series “Filthy Preppy Teen$”.

He wrote the 2016 comedy series “Sad World”, and the 2019 short horror comedy film “Time for Dessert”.

Some of Noah’s recent talk-show appearances have been in “Figure It Out”, “The Official Podcast” and “Fun Church”.

Awards and nominations

Noah’s won one of his six award nominations: a 2020 CinEuphoria Merit – Honorary Award for his and his colleagues’ performance in “The Goldbergs”.

Some of his other nominations include in 2010 the Kids’ Choice The Laugh Out Loud Award, and a Young Artist Award for Outstanding Young Performer in a TV Series, and in  2011 a Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite TV Sidekick, all for “iCarly”.

Love life and relationships

Noah shies away from sharing the details of his love life with his fans, and there are thus no women whom he’s been with, that we know about.

His secrecy about his love life has led some of his fans to believe that he’s gay, while some have even claimed on the internet to have seen Noah and his boyfriend at parties; no evidence has been provided to support these claims, nor has Noah addressed the rumors.

There are also those who believe that Noah’s focused on his career and isn’t looking for love, but this hasn’t been confirmed either.

He seems to be single as of July 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Noah’s younger brother Ethan Munck portrayed his little brother Guppy in the series “iCarly”.

Noah’s great-grandfather was Bartlett Robinson, a famous actor who died aged 73 on 26 March 1986; he appeared in 151 movies and TV series, and is perhaps remembered best for starring as Dr. Orva in the 1973 science fiction comedy “Sleeper”, which was written and directed by Woody Allen, and won two of its four award nominations.

Noah’s sister Taylor is a successful musician.

He’s a philanthropist, and is an active supporter of the summer Camp Del Corazon for children with heart disease.

Richard Gere’s one of Noah’s favorite actors, and some of his favorite movies include “Maybe I Do”, “Time Out of Mind” and “The Benefactor”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Noah’s age is 27. He has brown hair and eyes, is 6ft (1.83m) tall and weighs around 180lbs (81kgs).

Noah’s net worth’s been estimated at over $8 million, as of July 2023.

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