Everywhere You’ve Seen ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Bae Noah Centineo
Yes, we're still going on about him.
Now that you’ve watched Netflix’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before for the eighth time in a row, you’re probably starting to wonder what exactly Noah Centineo (aka Peter Kavinsky) has been up to before this, right?
Well it turns out you’ve probably already seen him on your screens, as he’s got music videos, TV shows and some less well-known endeavours up his sleeve.
So before you spend hours on IMDB, allow us to do the work for you…
Noah’s biggest project before his Netflix rom-com-athon was The Fosters, where he starred as Jesus Adams Foster for three seasons.
Alas the show has since been cancelled, but with a spinoff in the works it’s been confirmed he'll be making a guest appearance. That is of course as long it doesn’t interfere with filming TATBILB 2, 3 and 4.
The Sierra Burgess Is A Loser Trailer
Not happy with starring in just one YA movie this summer, you’ll find Noah as the male lead in the upcoming Sierra Burgess Is A Loser, also starring Shannon Purser.
It’s another high school flick, only this time the 'biggest loser' and 'most popular' girl actually join forces, obvs all in the name of winning over a boy. It’s out September 7.
Camila Cabello’s Havana music video
Noah has gone and given Camila’s Havana video a whole new lease of life now that we know he’s in it. The pair make a super cute couple as Cami rescues him after a bike accident, before they slow dance his pain away during the end scene.
Shout out to the loyal legion of fans in the comments of this one, because we’re all happy to admit we’re here for one reason and one reason only: Peter Kavinsky.
A horror movie with Logan Paul
Before Netflix came to their senses Noah was busy starring in horror movies with Logan Paul, because we’ve all got to start somewhere. Can’t Take It Back follows a group of students who leave mean comments on the page of someone who recently committed suicide, as they face quite the terrifying consequences.
It looks like this was only released on OD service Shudder, and just one watch of the trailer may explain why.
A whole load of Disney stuff
Just some of Noah’s Disney credits include Austin and Ally, Shake It Up, Jessie and How To Build A Better Boy. And while we want nothing more than to watch the entire back catalogue of his work, we think we’re a *little* past our Disney channel days.