Opting to avoid drama to make upbeat, funny content instead, the 19-year-old is less fratty and more motivational with mottos like “ur luv’d” and “do what makes you happy.”
Here’s everything you need to know about Noah Beck, Gen Z’s favorite wholesome jock.
Who is Noah Beck?
Noah Beck was born on May 4, 2001, in Peoria, Ariz. He has two sisters, Tatum and Haley, and he has featured his family members in many of his photos and videos.
Beck was recruited to play NCAA Division 1 soccer at the University of Portland where he was a midfielder. It’s unclear whether he’s still in school, though he is not listed on the roster for the 2020-21 season.
How did Noah Beck become famous?
The athlete is famous for making funny videos about sports, doing pranks and dance challenges and posting vlogs with his friends.
Most importantly, compared to other TikTok bros, Beck is pretty low-key and wholesome. He’s not dealing with sexual misconduct allegations like Tony Lopez or caught up in controversies like Bryce Hall.
Beck earned a following in his own right, but his numbers skyrocketed when he joined the TikTok collective Sway House. He became a member in July 2020 with 1.15 million TikTok followers and ended the year with 23.2 million.
Fans lovingly call him “Noah Neck” (because of the soccer player’s muscular physique) and one fan even made a song about it. Noah Neck — sorry, Beck — has got enough diehard fans to even warrant a merch shop.
Despite earning success on TikTok, in October, Beck became an advisor for its competitor Triller and has an equity share in the company.
Who is Noah Beck dating?
Fans started to speculate that Beck was dating Dixie D’Amelio in August when they were spotted together. At the time, though, they insisted they were just friends.
By Oct. 5, Beck confirmed he was dating D’Amelio, and it they’re still currently an item.
“Who is Noah Beck dating?” Beck revealed in a video posted on TikTok Room. “I am dating Dixie D’Amelio. Dixie is amazing. She’s an awesome girl. It’s been really fun and so I’m excited for the future with her.”
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