Facts About Noah Jupe
Noah Jupe have taken breaths around:64,281,600 breaths of air
Noah Jupe have spent time for eating & drinking around:8 months eating and drinking
Noah Jupe heart has beaten around:617,103,360 times
Noah Jupe have eaten around:11.6 tons of food
Noah Jupe have slept around:5.3 years sleeping
Noah Jupe have laughed around:59,520 times
Noah Jupe is a young but already famous cinema actor. Born in 2005 in London, he is a son of the talented British actress Katy Cavanagh, and his father is a movie director Chris Jupe. Noah grew up in London alongside his two siblings and made his first steps in acting also in the capital city of the UK. His first role was in an episode of "Penny Dreadful" horror TV series, followed by taking part in such projects as "Downtown Abbey", "The Last Dragonslayer", "The Night Manager" (alongside Tom Hiddleston), and a few episodes of "Houdini and Doyle" series. In 2017 Noah appeared in his first cinema movies "Wonder" (with Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson), "That Good Night", "The Man With The Iron Heart", and of course "Suburbicon" directed by George Clooney where Jupe played the son of a character portrayed by Matt Damon. Nest year was not less successful and Noah was invited to join the cast of the movies "The Titan", "A Quiet Place" (with Emily Blunt), and a comedy "Holmes and Watson" by Ethan Cohen, starring Will Ferrell. At the end of the decade, Noah Jupe could be seen in the movies like "Ford v Ferrari" (with Matt Damon and Christian Bale), "Honey Boy", a sequel of "A Quiet Place", and a few more.