Fleiss made his screen debut as a young runaway who drives cross-country with his brother in Josh and S.A.M. He subsequently starred alongside Ethan Hawke, Val Kilmer and John Leguizamo as the title character in Frank Whaley's Sundance Award-winning independent film Joe the King. His credits also include Roommates, starring Peter Falk and Ellen Burstyn and Under Pressure with Charlie Sheen and Mare Winningham.
At age 11, Fleiss received The Hollywood Reporter's Young Star Award for Best Performance by a Young Actor for his role opposite Linda Hamilton in the television movie A Mother's Prayer. An Unexpected Life, an Unexpected Family with Stockard Channing, Chasing the Dragon, Past the Bleachers and a guest appearance on Touched by an Angel also figure prominently among his television credits.
On stage, Fleiss co-starred with Stockard Channing and James Naughton in Lincoln Center's production of John Guare's Four Baboons Adoring the Sun.
Noah Fleiss Facts
|Birthday||April 16, 1984 (37)|
|Birthplace||White Plains, New York, USA|
|No Letting Go|
|Joe the King|