Noah Jupe

Noah Jupe is a burgeoning British actor with an impressive filmography and remarkable talent. He gained recognition for his roles in the acclaimed television series "The Night Manager" (2016), George Clooney's dark comedy "Suburbicon" (2017), and the heartwarming drama "Wonder" (2017). Jupe's talent truly shone through in the horror film "A Quiet Place" (2018) and its sequel "A Quiet Place Part II" (2021). His compelling performance in "Honey Boy" (2019) earned him a well-deserved Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Male. Jupe continued to impress audiences with his role in the critically praised sports drama "Ford v Ferrari" (2019) and the suspenseful miniseries "The Undoing" (2020). Born into a family with a background in entertainment, Noah Jupe embarked on his acting journey in 2015 with appearances in "Penny Dreadful" and "Downton Abbey." He continued to secure significant roles in shows like the spy thriller series "The Night Manager" and "Houdini & Doyle" in 2016. The following year marked Jupe's foray into cinema with his first major role in the World War II drama, "The Man with the Iron Heart." Jupe's ability to effortlessly shift between genres solidified his reputation as a versatile young actor. His nuanced performances in films like the British film "That Good Night" (2017) and Stephen King's short film adaptation "My Pretty Pony" (2017) further demonstrated his range. 2018 proved to be a pivotal year, as John Krasinski, writer and director of "A Quiet Place," cast Jupe based on a recommendation from George Clooney. In 2019, Jupe's remarkable portrayal of young Otis in the critically acclaimed "Honey Boy" garnered widespread recognition, leading to his Independent Spirit Award nomination. He maintained his momentum with a noteworthy performance in "Ford v Ferrari." In 2020, Jupe continued to make his mark with a role in the well-received miniseries "The Undoing." The esteemed British Vogue even featured Jupe as one of "The 12 Young Creatives" in their March 2021 issue. He later reprised his role in "A Quiet Place Part II" to great acclaim. Jupe's upcoming projects include lending his voice to the animated film "The Magician's Elephant" and starring in the highly-anticipated remake of the cult classic "The Lost Boys." In 2022, Jupe further expanded his repertoire with a role in the biographical drama "Dreamin' Wild," which follows the story of visionary mountaineer Chris Bonington. He also joined the cast of the Apple TV+ animated series "Franklin," voicing the titular character, a young turtle embarking on adventures in his neighborhood. With his remarkable talent, versatility, and dedication to his craft, Noah Jupe is undoubtedly a rising star in the entertainment industry. His ability to captivate audiences with his performances across diverse genres makes him an actor to watch in the years to come.

Geburtstag: 25.02.2005

Geburtsort: Islington, London, England, UK

Anzahl der Filme, die wir schon mit Noah Jupe gesehen haben: 1

Anzahl aller Filme, in denen Noah Jupe mitgespielt hat: 21

  • Dreamin' Wild
    Rolle: Young Donnie Emerson
  • The Magician's Elephant
    Rolle: Peter (voice)
  • No Sudden Move
    Rolle: Matthew Wertz Jr.
  • A Quiet Place Part II
    Rolle: Marcus Abbott
  • Ford v Ferrari
    Rolle: Peter Miles
  • Honey Boy
    Rolle: Otis Lort (12 years old)
  • Holmes & Watson
    Rolle: Doxy
  • A Quiet Place
    Rolle: Marcus Abbott
  • The Titan
    Rolle: Lucas Janssen
  • My Pretty Pony
    Rolle: Clive Banning
  • Wonder
    Rolle: Jack Will
  • Suburbicon
    Rolle: Nicky Lodge
  • That Good Night
    Rolle: Ronaldo
  • The Man with the Iron Heart
    Rolle: Vlastimil "Aťa" Moravec
  • The Last Dragonslayer
    Rolle: Tiger Prawns
  • A Song for Jenny
    Rolle: William
  • The Lost Boys
  • & Sons
  • The Carpenter's Son
    Rolle: The Boy
  • Morning
    Rolle: Danny
  • A Quiet Place Part III
    Rolle: Marcus Abbott