Noah Segan

Noah Gideon Segan was born on Oct. 5, 1983 in New York City. He got his start on screen while very young, working on television series like "Loving" (ABC 1983-1995), "The Baby-Sitters Club" (HBO 1990), and "Grace Under Fire" (ABC 1993-98) all within the first decade of his life. The animated series "KaBlam!" (Nickelodeon 1996-2000) gave Segan his first regular job, for which he provided the voice of central character Henry. After the run of the series, Segan began making his mark on the movies world. He formed a relationship with director Rian Johnson while starring as a key character in the neo-noir mystery film "Brick" (2005). Following this turn, Segan explored a variety of genres, taking roles in comedies like "Adam & Steve" (2005) and dramas like "Self Medicated" (2005). Beginning with "The Visitation" (2006), Segan seemed to home in on the horror banner, under which he'd earn especial esteem for his villainous performance in "Deadgirl" (2008). After reteaming with director Johnson for "The Brothers Bloom" (2008), Segan continued to feed his appetite for horror with "Someone's Knocking at the Door" (2009), "Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever" (2009), and "All About Evil" (2010). He united with Johnson again for the sci-fi film "Looper" (2012) and for the award-winning "Breaking Bad" (AMC 2008-2013) episode "Ozymandias." Alongside comedies like "Hot" (2014) and action films like "War Pigs" (2015), Segan further bolstered his horror résumé with films like "Some Kind of Hate" (2015), "The Mind's Eye" (2015), and "Follow" (2015).