What is Noah Crawford doing now? His Age, Parents, Dating, Salary

Who is Noah Crawford?

American actor and singer Noah Caleb Crawford was born under the zodiac sign Libra on 13 October 1994, in Oklahoma City USA. He has 34 acting credits, but is perhaps still known best for playing Young Earl in 21 episodes of the popular comedy series “My Name Is Earl”, created by Gregory Thomas Garcia, and which starred Jason Lee, Ethan Suplee and Jaime Pressly. It follows a poor man who’s just won $100,000 in the lottery, the series aired from 2005 through 2009, and won 15 of its 89 award nominations.

Noah’s today highly active in the film industry, and is currently shooting for the upcoming movie “Defiant Vanity”.

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Education and early life

Noah was raised in Oklahoma City alongside his older sister Lindsey and younger sisters Bellah, Oliviah and Hannah, by their mother Jennifer Crawford and father Rich; Noah respects his family’s privacy and rarely talks about them in public, but it’s known that his father’s the owner of his own pet sales business.

Noah was only five when he was enrolled at acting school, and his role in “My Name Is Earl” was also his acting debut; he was nine when he began shooting for it. He made his film debut in 2006, aged 11, portraying Shawn in the family drama “Abe & Bruno”, written and directed by Henri Charr, and which starred Brad Sergi, Kevin Scott Allen and Eric Clarke. It follows Abe who’s living in his woodland home together with a mountain gorilla called Bruno, whom he’d saved from zoo captivity.

Noah attended a local high school in Los Angeles, California as he moved there to pursue his career; he matriculated in 2013, and then didn’t attend college.

Roles in movies

In 2007, Noah played Spencer in the comedy “Locker 514”, and the following year heard him voice the lead character James Rogers in the animated action adventure “Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow”, directed by Gary Hartle and Jay Oliva, and which also starred Aidan Drummond and Brenna O’Brien; it follows the Avengers’ children who have their own special powers.

A couple of Noah’s following roles were in the 2008 comedy “Happy Holidays”, the 2009 action adventure comedy “Land of the Lost”, and the 2010 crime mystery “The Killer Inside Me”. Also in 2010, he played Tyler Martel in the crime mystery “Trust”, directed by David Schwimmer, and which starred Clive Owen, Catherine Keener and Liana Liberato. It follows a teenage girl who’s being targeted by an online sexual predator, and the film won one of its four award nominations.

The year 2013 saw Noah appear in both the action adventure comedy “Swindle” and the short action comedy “American Bullies”, and in 2014, he starred as Bryce in the short crime drama “The Monsters”, written and directed by William Tyler, and which also starred Parke Arnold and Alex Gilbert; it follows two students who’ve been bullied since their first day of school.

Noah’s three most recent film roles have been in the 2018 comedy “The End of the World As We Know It”, the short thriller “Fragile.com” and the short horror “Post It”, both in 2019.

Roles in TV series

In 2010, Noah played No-Beard in the episode “Oh Brother Where Arr Thou?” of the family fantasy comedy “Pair of Kings”, and the following year saw him play Stan in the episode “True Mall” of the family comedy “True Jackson, VP”.

In 2012, he portrayed Nelson Baxter in 25 episodes of the family musical comedy “How to Rock”, created by David Israel and Jim O’Doherty, and which starred Max Schneider, Samantha Boscarino and Cymphonique Miller. It follows Kacey Simon who’s been kicked out of the band Perfs, and has now joined the new band Gravity 5 – the series was nominated for only a single award.

Noah could then have been seen appearing in an episode of the crime mystery “Ironside”, the crime action “Major Crimes” and the action comedy “K. C. Undercover”, and in 2016, he played Mercer in five episodes of the mystery “The Friendless Five”, created by Melanie Recker, who also starred in it, alongside Alexandra Stamler and Anna Lore; it follows a history teacher, her skeptical teenage sister and their best friend as they’re solving a longtime family mystery.

Some of Noah’s most recent TV series roles have been in four episodes of the comedy “Those Who Can’t” from 2016 through 2019, the 2019 episode “Bernie’s Cousin Ernie” of the family comedy “Bizaardvark”, and the 2023 episode “Injustice” of the action adventure “Superman & Lois”.

Other credits

Noah wrote and directed the 2016 short fantasy science fiction movie “From Darkness His Name”.

Some of his recent talk-show appearances have been in “You Gotta See This!”, “TinaQ’s Celebrity Interviews” and “Figure It Out”.

Awards and nominations

Noah’s been nominated for three awards: a 2007 Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Comedy TV Series, for “My Name Is Earl”, a 2014 Burbank International Film Festival Award for Best Actor, for “The Monsters”, and a 2020 Austin Revolution Film Festival Award for Best Actor – US Short for “Post It”.

Love life and relationships

Noah prefers to keep his love life away from media but it’s still widely known that he’s today engaged. He began dating American non-celebrity girl Julie sometime around the year 2020, and it was on 2 March 2023 that he proposed at the beach; not many details have been shared about Julie as she prefers to stay away from media, but Noah still occasionally features her in his Instagram pictures.

It’s widely believed that the two will exchange vows in the summer of 2024, but this is yet to be confirmed by Noah.

We don’t know about other girls whom he’s perhaps dated; Noah’s engaged to Julie as of February 2024, doesn’t have children and hasn’t married.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Noah enjoys being active on Instagram, and nearly 35,000 people are following him on the network today, while he’s shared over 100 pictures and videos; most of his content shows him during his everyday life, whether he’s shooting for his TV series and movies, attending various events or travelling.

He’s into working out and has several training sessions at the gym every week.

Noah also enjoys spending his spare time at the gun range.

His family’s deeply religious, and they go to church at least once every week.

Noah’s favorite season is summer as he enjoys sun tanning at the beach and swimming in the ocean.

One of his favorite actors is James Franco, and a couple of his favorite films include “Flyboys”, “The Interview” and “127 Hours”.

Net worth, height and age

Noah’s age is 29. He has brown hair and eyes, is 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall and weighs around 155lbs (70kgs).

Noah’s net worth’s been estimated at more than $1 million, as of February 2024.

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