Noah Saavedra Biography

Noah Saavedra is a talented Austrian actor and model. He took his acting classes at the Konservatorium der Stadt Wien from the year 2013 to 2015. Even though he lives in Berlin, he is fluent in Spanish and his roots trace back to Chile.

Early life

Noah Saavedra was born on 13th February 1991 in Oberpullendorf, Austria. Despite the family being originally from Chile, his grandfather flew to Europe during the Pinochet regime.  After studying acting at  Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts, from 2015 Noah started studying Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts in Berlin, Germany. He likes the easy-going attitude of the Viennese because it is very village-like and one can have a comfortable overview while everything is fast in Berlin as something is always going on and it’s quite stressful.

Noah Saavedra Career

Noah got his first role in a James Bond movie Spectre which was filmed in Austria and in which he played a snowboarder premiered in 2015. Spectre is a British thriller agent which is the 24th film in the James Bond film series and the fourth film with Daniel Crag in the title role. After that, he landed his first big role in Austria’s biggest feature film “Egon Schiele: Death and the Maiden in 2016. In this film, he played the role of Egon Schiele in Egon Schiele: Death and the Maiden. He also talks about his biggest challenge as an actor in an interview saying that the actor has to be an active being on the stage and that his emotions aren’t wallowing up to try to keep things moving along.

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Just like learning a lyric a thousand times so that you can sing it from the bottom of your heart, it’s the difficulty of learning a phrase repeatedly but when you act it should feel new to the audience, and when you succeed it’s the best feeling ever as described by Noah in the interview. Many say that Noah has already achieved a lot within the 25 years of his life. Some other works of Noah Saavedra follow as The Zurich crime thriller: Borchert and the power of habit (2018), Cop stories – Haase luft, a TV series that premiered in 2018, O Beautiful Night and Lotte at Bauhaus in 2019.

He was featured for 6 episodes in season 2 of Bad Banks in 2020. Noah was also seen in another TV series Freud in 2020 and in Why Not You Lenz in 2020. He also works as a model in addition to being his actor. And he is one of the members of the ensemble at the Munich Residenztheater since 2019. His upcoming projects include Everything will change (post-production) Ben.

Noah Saavedra Biography

Real Name Noah Saavedra
Birth Date 13 February 1991
Age 30 Years
Birth Place Oberpullendorf, Austria
Nationality Austrian
Profession Actor
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Aquarius

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 8” – in Centimetres – 172 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 60 kg  –  in Pounds –  132 lbs
Chest Size 40 inches
Waist Size 32 inches
Biceps Size 16 inches
Shoe Size 9 (U.S.)
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Athletic


Father Not Known
Mother Not Known
Sister Not Known
Brother Not Known


School Not Known
College MUK – Music and Arts Private University of Vienna, Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Affair No
Is he a Gay? No
Girlfriend? None
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Personal life

He has been very discreet about his personal life from the beginning, and no content can be found. He has not shared any details regarding his personal life. Noah has an unverified Instagram account with the name @saavedranoah with 138 posts and 8043 followers following 103 accounts on Instagram. He doesn’t have any social media accounts other than Instagram.

Noah Saavedra Net Worth

Being active in the showbiz industry, it is obvious that he would be making a hefty sum of money from it. Although, as of now there is are no details available regarding his exact worth of fortune.


  • After he completed his compulsory schooling he took his first acting experience at the Burgtheater in Vienna from 2012 to 2013.
  • He won Best Male Offspring at Romy Awards 2017.
  • He also won an OE Hasse Prize in 2018.

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