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Noah Fleiss

Noah Fleiss

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    • April 16th, 1984
​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Noah Fleiss  (born April 16, 1984) is an American film and television actor. He was born in White Plains, New York. Fleiss made his screen debut as a young runaway (Sam Whitney) who drives cross-country with his brother in Josh and S.A.M. (1993), perhaps his best-known film. He also has appeared in films such as Joe the King (1999), The Laramie Project (2002) (very briefly), and Brick (2005), in which he portrayed the intimidating Tug. Television appearances include Touched by an Angel, Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Fringe. In 1996, Fleiss was awarded the Hollywood Reporter YoungStar Award for Best Performance by a Young Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries for his performance in A Mother's Prayer opposite Linda Hamilton. He was named Jane magazine's "Star of Tomorrow" in 2002 and Nylon magazine's "Next Ed Norton". Fleiss's great uncle is Professor Joseph L. Fleiss, and he is a distant relation of Dr. Paul Fleiss, Mike Fleiss, and Heidi Fleiss.

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Filmography

Acting (17 Credits)

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2015No Letting Go as Sasha
2012Dead Souls as Mack
2010Consent as Ryan
2010Beware the Gonzo as RyanWatch Free
2008Red Canyon as Harley
2006Off the Black as Todd Hunter
2006Hard Luck as Sol RosenbaumWatch Free
2005Brick as Tugger
2004Evergreen as ChatWatch Free
2002The Laramie Project as Shannon Shingleton
2001Storytelling as Brady Livingston
2000The Truth About Jane as Ned
2000Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her as Jay (segment "Someone For Rose")
1999Joe the King as Joe HenryWatch Free
1997Bad Day on the Block as Zach Braverton
1995Roommates as Michael at age 5
1993Josh and S.A.M. as Samuel 'Sam' 'Killer Sam' Whitney

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