Hailing from Toronto, Ontario Noah Cappe began his professional career at the age of 13, starring with the traveling theatre group Stage Kids. After 4 years and hundreds of performances, Noah moved into the world of film, television, and voice. A student of York University’s prestigious theatre program and world famous “The Second City,” Noah has studied with some of the country’s most formidable teachers. There was an immediate demand for Noah's talent in the entertainment industry, and he made his film debut in “Ursa Major” (1997) with Scott Speedman while still in school.
Since then Cappe has had numerous guest starring roles including “Exhibit A,” “Real Kids Real Adventures,” “The Zack Files,” “The 5th Quadrant,” “Degrassi: The Next Generation,” “Wild Roses,” ABC’s “Rookie Blue,” A&E’s “Breakout Kings,” Space Channel’s “Nikita” and a recurring role on the smash hit “Being Erica.” Cappe then broke into the world of voice and had recurring roles on the series “6teen,” “Z-Squad” and “The Dating Guy,” as well as the series lead for over 50 episodes on “Di-Gata Defenders.” Shortly after, Cappe starred in the critically acclaimed Hallmark Channel Original Movie “The Good Witch” with Catherine Bell and Chris Potter, due to huge ratings and overwhelming success they have gone on to make “The Good Witch's Garden,” “The Good Witch's Gift” and “The Good Witch’s Family” all breaking records in their time slot.
Referred to as a "Rising Canadian Star," Cappe has also enjoyed an exciting film career. Cappe filmed “Rub & Tug” alongside Don McKellar, which went on to be an official selection of the Toronto International Film Festival in 2002. After that, he filmed the critically acclaimed short film “On That Day” alongside acting legend Michael Ironside. Most recently, Cappe was asked to host the “Vancouver Olympic Torch Relay” live 106-day tour across Canada, the longest in the history of the Olympic games. Performing in over 100 shows and for upwards of half a million people in total. Cappe, having starred in over 100 television commercials and radio ads, recently became the official voice of Molson Canadian across Canada after a massive cross country search. Cappe has also continued to make appearances in the world of Canadian theatre. In 2005, he starred in the highly praised production of Little Shop Of Horrors as the Dentist Orin Scrivello DDS. Cappe has since appeared in Eric Bogosian's Suburbia, twice, being asked to reprise his role in another mounting of the show after his success in his original performance.