Noah Urrea is an American actor, singer, and dancer. He got his first break as a performer in 2011, when he appeared in Blake Shelton's music video, “Honey Bee”. Since then, he's become experienced in many facets of the entertainment industry.
Noah made his big-screen debut in 2013 with a role in Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas, in which he acted and sang. He played the part of Bailey McCoy, opposite Tyler Perry, Alicia Witt, and Chad Michael Murray. In 2014, Noah appeared as Young Ryan Wade in The Identical with Ray Liotta, Ashley Judd, Seth Green, and Blake Rayne— another role in which he sang. For his portrayal of ‘James’ in the short film Eleven (2014), Noah won the 'Best Young Actor Award' at the Action on Film International Film Festival.
Noah's television projects include, The Kicks (Amazon), and Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street (Amazon). He has also appeared on Sam and Cat (Nickelodeon), See Dad Run (Nick at Nite), Children's Hospital (Adult Swim), The Fosters (Freeform), and the Nickelodeon pilots Twang and Like a Girl. In 2012, Noah was chosen to be one of Nickelodeon's Groundlings, where he developed a talent for improvisational comedy.
Music is another one of Noah's passions. He has worked with several top producers, writing and recording original songs. Many industry insiders say he's the next Justin Bieber, or perhaps the first Bieber meets Timberlake. In March, 2017, he released his EP, Always. Noah has performed at the House of Blues, the Mint, the Troubadour, and many other venues in greater Los Angeles, and across the country.
Additionally, Noah has supported many fundraising events, benefiting charities such as the Los Angeles Mission, End Malaria Now, Goodwill Industries, the ASPCA Rock 'N Roll L.A. Benefit, the ‘Hollywood Celebrity Toy Drive Extravaganza’, and ‘Rockin' a Cure’, a concert to aid families affected by Cystic Fibrosis.