Actor & Performer
Hello there! My name is Noah Berman, and I've been in Chicago for over four years now – and I freaking love it here. Since I moved, I booked my first commercial, my first audiobook, got my first (and second) agent, and won my first professional acting award (the 2017 Non-Equity Jeff award for Best Production of a Musical, which went to Refuge Theatre Project's High Fidelity). Also, I got engaged! So you could definitely say that things have been going well for me here.
Before my move to Chi-Town, I acted in New York City for a couple of years, and before that I graduated Middlebury College (class of 2013). When I'm not acting, I work from home as a freelance writer, copy editor and social media manager for online publications.
And yes, working from home is as awesome as people say – I can sing as loud as I want, and there's no one home for me to bother.
I grew up in Boston, but I don't really follow sports, so please don't hold it against me, Chicago.
High Fidelity (Refuge Theatre Company)
“Other chart-toppers [include] Noah Berman, doubling as both the Most Pathetic Man in the World (and succeeding at it) and a dead-on Bruce Springsteen cameo.”