Noah Urrea is an American singer, dancer as well as an actor. Born on March 31, 2001, and is frequently referred to as “the next Justin Bieber” or “Bieber meets Timberlake”, as he is also a huge fan of American singer Justin Timberlake.
Noah’s first breakthrough in the entertainment industry was when he appeared in Blake Shelton’s music video Honey Bee in 2011. Since then, he's become experienced in many facets of the performing arts. His first acting debut was in 2012 when he got the role of Trevor in the Adult Swim Emmy-winning series Children's Hospital.
In 2013, Noah made his feature film debut opposite Ashley Judd, Ray Liotta, Blake Rayne and Seth Green in The Identical, an American drama film about twins separated during the Great Depression. In the same year, he also appeared in Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas in the role of Bailey, opposite Tyler Perry, Alicia Witt, and Chad Michael Murray, in which he acted and sang.
In 2014, Noah won the ‘Best Young Actor Award’ at the Action on Film International Film Festival for his role in the short film Eleven (2014) where he portrayed a character named James. Noah's other appearances include movies like Sam and Cat, See Dad Run and the Nickelodeon pilots Twang and Like a Girl. He was chosen as one of Nickelodeon's Groundlings, where he developed a talent for improvisational comedy in 2012. His current projects include Mr. Robinson (NBC), and The Kicks (Amazon).
Noah's passions, beside acting, is singing. He has worked with Justin Timberlake's producer, Rob Knoxx. He has created many original songs and worked with many other artists. Noah has also performed at a number of signature venues across the country including The House of Blues, The Mint, and The Troubadour. Additionally, he's performed in fundraising events—supporting charities like Good Will Galas, End Malaria Now and Rockin’ a Cure a concert benefiting families affected by Cystic Fibrosis.