Noah Schnacky, a 16 year old singer/songwriter sensation, is a multi-talented teen whose star is on the rise. He was Razor & Tie's Top Male Vocalist, out of 35000 entries, in their nationwide Kidzstar USA contest. Noah got his start in the entertainment industry as an actor and continues to be cast in episodic, film, print work, live vocal performances, voice over and theatre throughout the United States. Known as "The Schnackster" , this Radio Disney Kidcaster has hosted the Saturday morning talk show, "Kids Concerns," since the age of ten. Noah resides both in Los Angeles and Orlando.
A talented teen musician/vocalist, Noah recently recorded and is set to release three originals in 2012. Noah has studied under vocal coach, Mark Goff, whose prior credits include assisting the careers of The Backstreet Boys, N Sync, O-Town, Britney Spears and more. Noah plays both the electric and acoustic guitar.
Noah is very grateful for the opportunities that have been afforded him. With an impressive collection of prior experiences in television, theatre, film, voice over and commercials, Noah is one of the Southeastern United States and Hollywood's most promising young talents as he continues to be blessed with more opportunities to develop his giftings and grow as an artist and entertainer.
Noah's most recent television credits include costarring on "How I Met Your Mother" as Robin's son, hosting "In 60" on Disney XD, and hosting EA Sports "Gametime" at the 2012 NBA AllStar Week. In 2011 Noah was awarded a "CARE AWARD" for his role as "Friedrich" in the National Tour of "The Sound of Music," and for his on the set interview of "Thor" star Anthony Hopkins and director Kenneth Branagh, for Disney Marvel.
Noah's will be starring in the new show Hitstreak shooting in Miami Beach, Florida in the Spring 2013. For more on this see Noah Hitstreak on Youtube !!!
Noah is committed to active community involvement, regularly performing with "Tunes for Tots Worldwide," raising funds for the "Make A Wish Foundation." Noah also regularly speaks at Middle Schools on the importance of "Setting Goals at a Young Age" and "Shooting For the Stars." He was recently awarded the 2012 Dreamer and Doer "Shining Stars" Award by Walt Disney World Company for his commitment and excellence in both academics and community service.