At only 14, Noah Jupe's illustrious résumé already boasts credits in such movies as A Wonder, A Quiet Place, and Ford v Ferrari.
One of the fastest-rising superstars working currently, he represents the crème de la crème of the current crop of Hollywood talents.
But who is Noah Jupe? We find out in this profiling of Noah Jupe.
"Some people are born into it, and some people are born to do it"- Noah Jupe was born into acting, and he was born to do acting.
The acting prodigy gets his love for movies from his parents. Born to English filmmaker Chris Jupe and English actress Katy Cavanagh, Noah Jupe was brought up in a household where movies were not only a livelihood but a revered art form. No wonder the 14-year-old is so good!
Some people would dedicate their whole careers for an appearance in such acclaimed TV shows as Penny Dreadful and Downton Abbey, but to Noah, the series merely marked the beginning of his career.
Jupe played Charles Chandler in an episode of the Eva Green-led Victorian horror TV series Penny Dreadful. He also appeared in a 2015 episode of Downton Abbey.
Here is a list of A-list celebrities Noah Jupe has worked alongside Tom Hiddleston, Jason Clarke, Rosamund Pike, Matt Damon, Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, and Shia LaBeouf.
Jupe shared the screen with Tom Hiddleston in the 2016 espionage thriller TV series The Night Manager.
Noah made his feature film debut in the 2017 biographical thriller-drama, The Man with the Iron Heart, alongside Jason Clarke, Rosamund Pike. Later that year, Jupe starred alongside Matt Damon in the movie Suburbicon.
The movie was directed by George Clooney, who was so impressed with Jupe that he recommended Jupe for the 2018 sci-fi horror movie, A Quiet Place, starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski.
Noah also played Christian Bale's character, Ken Miles' son, Peter Miles, in the acclaimed 2019 drama Ford V Ferrari.
Noah played a young Shia LaBeouf in the 2019 biographical movie based on LaBeouf's childhood and his relationship with his father.
His performance earned him a nomination in the 2019 Critics' Choice Movie Awards in the Best Young Actor/Actress category.
After a successful first installment, the acclaimed horror movie A Quiet Place returns with a second part.
Set to drop in theatres sometime in March 2020, the movie will see- among others- Emily Blunt and Noah Jupe reprising their role as mother and son: Evelyn Abbott and Marcus Abbott, respectively.
2020 will also see Jupe appear in the big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's short story, My Pretty Pony.