Noah started dancing with Dance Impressions dance studio at age 6. He competed with their competition dance teams at venues all over the United States, winning many awards in group and solo dance numbers. He has been trained in Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Musical Theatre, Tap and Ballroom. He attended the Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts (SLSPA) and participated in many shows there with the Musical Theatre Program. He was nominated as Best Leading Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Mike Costa in A Chorus Line in 2018. He graduated from SLSPA in 2018 and started college at the U of U in their Musical Theatre Program. He enjoys working at Hale Center Theatre and has been seen in many ensembles and lead roles on their stage recently. His favorite role to date was when he played the leading role of Scott Hastings in the US Premiere of Strictly Ballroom. He also enjoyed playing Rudolpho in Matilda, Neleus in Mary Poppins and being a part of the ensembles of Newsies, Tarzan, An American in Paris, and Cinderella to name a few. After he graduates from college in 2022, he and his wife plan to pursue careers in performing. As well as being on stage, Noah loves being behind the scenes as well. He was hired by Hopebox to choreograph Descendants for the Showstoppers Seniors in 2020 and has been a part of their creative team ever since. Noah enjoys working with kids and teaching them basic dance skills that they will use for the rest of their performing careers.