Noah Hathaway’s career began at a very young age. At the age of six, he starred on the original TV series Battlestar Galactica, portraying Boxey and receiving a nomination in the inaugural Young Artists Awards.
He went on to further roles in sitcoms such as Eight Is Enough, CHiPs, Mork & Mindy, and Family Ties. Undoubtedly, Noah’s most memorable role was Atreyu in the cult-classic NeverEnding Story. Following his brilliant performance, he was nominated for his second Young Artists Award and won Best Young Actor at the 12th annual Saturn Awards.
Hathaway’s strength as an artist stems from his versatility. As a dancer in the late 1980’s, he instructed advanced jazz and street dance and performed with Michael Jackson and Gloria Estefan. Also, Noah is a trained martial artist with two black belts and a boxer training with the acclaimed Freddy Roach for fifteen years. In collaboration with his wife Sameerah, Noah has owned and operated a tattoo parlor and is in the process of opening a new studio in Los Angeles.
In 2011, Noah came out of retirement to be a part of the action/thriller Sushi Girl. Noah joins a stellar ensemble cast that includes (but is not limited to) Mark Hamill, Tony Todd, and Sonny Chiba.