Noah Centineo is the latest hottie to endorse Bench, and here are some things you may not know about this breakaway star

You may have fallen for his sweet charms as Peter Kavinsky in Netflix’s “To all the boys I’ve loved before”, which made him an instant star and therefore hard to reach, but Noah Centineo may be coming closer to you than you think.  

Leading apparel and lifestyle brand Bench keeps answering the prayers of fangirls as Noah is confirmed to be its newest endorser. After signing on international actors that captured the hearts of Filipinos, such as the “Meteor Garden” leads, Jerry Yan, Lee Min Ho, and Dylan Wang, Noah is next in line to make us squeal. Dubbed as the “Internet boyfriend,” Noah’s endorsement was confirmed through Bench’s official Twitter account, along with a video showing him behind the scenes having fun and making heart-melting gestures at a shoot.

Before we see his billboards all over EDSA, here are things you may not know about this rising star:

How to properly pronounce his name

In interviews, Noah pronounces his surname as SEN-TIN-AY-O

He comes from a multicultural background.

In a Instagram live video, Noah said of his background: “I’m Italian, Native American. I believe I have a bit of Puerto Rican in me, and I’m Dutch.”

He is a Disney Kid.

Early in his acting career, Noah appeared in multiple shows on the Disney Channel. Noah had minor roles on ‘Austin & Ally’, ‘Shake It Up’, and ‘Jessie’. Noah also played Jaden Stark in the Disney Channel movie ‘How To Build A Better Boy’.

A Peter Kavinsky and Veronica Lodge crossover is in the works?

Well, not really. But Noah and Camila Mendes who plays Veronica in “Riverdale” are set to star in ‘The Stand In’. The film tells the story of Brooks Rattigan (Noah), a guy who sets out to earn some money by posing as a “stand in” boyfriend for different situations and different dates. Of course, expect some twist in the story where the guy finds real love in situations where he has to pretend somebody else.

He is a Netflix favorite.

He starred in “To all the boys I’ve loved before” and “Sierra Burgess is a loser,” where he played a “jock with a heart” in both.

He was the leading man in  Camila Cabello’s ‘Havana’ music video!

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