Net Worth: Under Review
- Source of Wealth Modeling, Film and Television
- Birth Place Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Height 6' 2" (1.88 m)
- Nationality Canada
- Date of Birth April 26, 1983
- Occupation Model and Actor
About Noah Mills
Canadian model and actor Noah Mills was born on April 26, 1983 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He began his modelling career in 2003 at the age of 20 after his sister sent his photographs to an agency in Vancouver. He was featured as Model of the Week by Models.com on November 13 of the same year. Since then, he has worked for several fashion companies, most notably with Wilhelmina Models, where he earned a considerable public exposure.
Mills made his debut as a runway model in 2004. He modelled for the fall Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent collections in Milan and Paris. He then signed a contract with Dolce & Gabbana in early 2005. In 2006, he became the face of Calvin Klein and Emporio Armani. He was the face of Tom Ford in 2007 and returned as the face of D&G in 2008.
From then on, Noah has been a fixture of the brand as well as other brands, including Versace and Michael Kors shows, which he has opened since spring 2008 along with Carmen Kass. He appeared in the naked D&G Anthology Fragrance campaign in 2009 along with established models like Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell and Tyson Ballou. He also appeared in various editorials, on the cover of several magazines as well as many ad campaigns and catalogs. By 2011, he became one of the models for Lacoste’s “new look” campaign called “Unconventional Chic.”
In 2010, Noah Mills turned to acting when he played the role of Samantha’s (played by Kim Cattrall) new love interest in Sex and the City 2. He appeared in the CBS sitcom 2 Broke Girls in 2011 and 2012. He played the role of Robbie, the boyfriend of Max. He had a cameo appearance in Taylor Swift’s 2012 video for We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together as her love interest.
Noah was ranked number three of “The Money Guys” by Models.com in 2012. He is currently promoting WRACKED.com, a short film directed by Victoria Mahoney, which he wrote, co-produced and stars in.