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As an Asian actor, Noah has constantly been told that his race will affect how he is cast. Determined to subvert stereotyping and take advantage of an evolving industry, Noah is ready to play any role regardless of race. He explains that remaining true to himself is a top priority. Noah reflects on his younger self and the beginning of his love for acting:

“The little boy who was playing around, acting like Buzz Lightyear, was not portraying an Asian Buzz Lightyear. It was just Buzz Lightyear.”

Noah Breymeier

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