At only 13 years old, NOAH LOMAX (Connor Nash) has appeared
on some of television's
hottest projects and has already had lead roles in three major feature films.
His feature film debut was
PLAYING FOR KEEPS, where he starred opposite Gerard Butler and Jessica Biel for
Muccino. He was next seen in the film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' SAFE HAVEN
Duhamel. Julianne Hough and Cobie Smulders, directed by Lasse Hallstrom. In
addition to film,
Lomax has made his mark in the television world as well. His work includes a
recurring role on AMC's
hit series "The Walking Dead," as well as guest appearances in episodes of FOX's
"Bones," ABC's "The
Middle," CBS' "Mad Love," and Lifetime's "Drop Dead Diva" and "Army Wives."
Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Lomax and his family lived in The Big Easy
Katrina hit in 2005, and they were forced to evacuate. The family eventually
decided to relocate
permanently to Atlanta in 2006. Noah booked his first gig when he was seven
years old, a guest star
role on "Army Wives," and he was hooked.
When not working on film and television projects, Lomax loves to be outdoors,
and is a wide
receiver for his football team. A hockey lover, he is a huge Chicago Blackhawks
fan as well as a New
Orleans Saints fan. He also has a dog named Romeo. On the charity front, he
actively supports Soccer
for Hope, a non-profit organization that raises awareness and funds for
pediatric cancer research
through soccer related activities. He currently splits his time between Atlanta
and Los Angeles, and
lives with his mom, dad, and older sister Maddie.
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