Brady Noon (born 30 December 2005) is an American actor best known for his work in movies like Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Rust, The Mighty Dusk: Game Changer among other numerous movies.
Early Life and Career
Brady Noon is a 15-year-old actor known for his role in comedy sports drama The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. In the series, released in March, Noon plays Evan Morrow, a hockey player who forms his own team after he’s dropped by the Mighty Ducks.
Audiences may also be familiar with the actor from 2019 film Good Boys, where he starred alongside Jacob Tremblay and Keith L. Williams.
Noon also has a number of upcoming projects, including Diary Of A Wimpy Kid, in which he voices Greg Heffley, and rom-com Marry Me, starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Lopez.
Brady acted alongside his twin brother Connor Noon in drama series Boardwalk Empire.
Brady Noon, born 30 December 2005, made his on-screen debut in 2010 aged five on HBO series Boardwalk Empire.
In the period drama Noon played Tommy Darmody alongside his brother Connor as they split the role in the first few seasons. Their portrayal saw them nominated for the best performance in a TV series recurring young actor category at the 2012 Young Artist Awards.
Before Noon’s on-screen debut, he had acted at school and “often landed lead roles in school plays“.
Due to his young age, Brady Noon is currently single and not dating or in any relationship. Brady Noon is also not yet married.
Net Worth and Wealth
Brady Noon’s net worth as of 2021 is estimated to be around $450, 000 – $1.5 million (net worth estimated in 2021).