Noah Centineo Was In Three ICONIC Disney Shows And We Bet You Didn't Realise

7 September 2018, 14:15

By Sam Prance

How did we miss this?

It's no secret that practically the entire world has a crush on Noah Centineo. Ever since the 22-year-old actor wooed viewers with his breakthrough performance as Peter Kavinsky in To All the Boys I've Loved Before last month, people have not been able to get enough of him. From his undeniable charm to his boyish good looks, he is the physical embodiment of teenage dreams and fantasies. Noah is a superstar in the making.

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And he's going nowhere. Netflix has released another incredible teen rom-com in which Noah plays the main love interest. Sierra Burgess Is a Loser is a film about an unpopular girl called Sierra (Shannon Purser) who ends up in the world's weirdest love triangle with a jock named Jamey (Noah) and the most popular girl in school, Veronica (Kristine Froseth). It's brilliant. Not only that but Noah already had a big fan base thanks to The Fosters (he was Jesus) and his part in Camila Cabello's 'Havana' music video.

However, we bet you didn't realise that Noah was also a regular on the Disney channel.

Noah Centineo
Noah Centineo. Picture: Netflix // Disney

Long before he stole hearts in To All the Boys I've Loved Before, Noah was in three huge Disney shows. He starred as Dallas in three episodes of Season 1 of Austin & Ally, he played Monroe in the 'Psych It Up' episode of Shake It Up and, in 2014, he was Rick Larkin in the 'Hoedown Showdown' episode of Jessie. Yes. Noah really worked with Ross Lynch, Laura Marano, Bella Thorne, Zendaya AND Debby Ryan.

Not to mention, Noah was also an integral part of the legendary Disney film How to Build a Better Boy. He played Mae's one true love Jaden Stark. Oh, and he's also been in hit Nickelodeon series such as Marvin Marvin and See Dad Run. Essentially, Noah has been an important part of all of our childhoods and we haven't even noticed.

Unsurprisingly, the internet is shook. Here are just a few of the reactions.

Some people can't get over that Austin & Ally cameo.


It is adorable.

Or the fact that he was in Jessie.


Mind blown.

All of these cameos lowkey make Noah a Disney icon.


We need Noah to reunite with his Disney family.

Others are giving How to Build a Better Boy the respect it deserves.


That was a classic.

And then there are those who are reminding people that they've been fans of Noah since the beginning.


Form an orderly queue please ladies.

Ultimately though people are just celebrating how much Noah content there is.


What are you waiting for? Enjoy.