Noah Crawford
Full Name

Noah Caleb Crawford



Date of Birth

October 14, 1994 (age 17)

Place of Birth

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Noah Caleb Crawford (born October 13, 1994) is a young American actor whose career includes acting and voice-over work.

Life and careerEdit

Most people would recognize Noah from his recurring role as Young Earl in the hit show My Name Is Earl, which earned him a Young Artist Award nomination in 2007. Shortly after he did the voice work for James Rogers (the son of Captain America and The Black Widow) in the direct-to-DVD movie Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow. In addition, he has guest-starred on TV shows aimed at the youth market including Pair of Kings (as No-Beard) and True Jackson, VP.

On May 23, 2011 it was announced that he will star in the upcoming Nickelodeon show How to Rock, playing a character named Nelson Baxter. The series premiered February 4, 2012.

He is co-hosting a new show on Nickelodeon with Christopher O'Neal. The show is called "You Gotta See This".


Year Series Role Notes
2005 My Name Is Earl Young Earl Recurring role
2006 Abe & Bruno Shawn
2008 Happy Holidays Young Kirby Deleted Scenes
Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow James Rogers Voice
2009 Land of the Lost Teenager
2010 The Killer Inside Me Mike (at 15)
Trust Tyler
Pair of Kings No-Beard Episode: Oh Brother, Where Arr Thou?
2011 True Jackson, VP Stan Episode: True Mall
2012 How to Rock Nelson Main Cast
2012 - Present You Gotta See This Himself Along with How to Rock's Chris O'Neal

Awards and NominationsEdit

Year Award Category Work Outcome
2007 Young Artist Award Recurring Young Actor My Name Is Earl



  • He has no brothers, but four sisters.
  • His biggest pet peeve is when people drink and breathe at the same time.
  • Loves electronic music.
  • His all-time favorite Nickelodeon show is Rugrats.
  • He plays the piano and has started DJing lessons.
  • His celebrity crush is Emma Watson.
  • His favorite fast-food resturant is Chick-fil-A.


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