Noah Pelty is an actor and musician born and raised in New York City. As a young actor he worked with TADA Youth Theatre for several seasons, and with Kidz Theatre, earning two National Youth Theatre Awards for his roles there. He worked on numerous short films, and appeared as a soloist in the Emmy Award winning PBS Special, 'Handel’s Messiah Rocks' with the Boston Pops. A well traveled young man, he spent months backpacking through the green mountains of Vermont, and a year and a half at a boarding school and self-sustaining ranch in the Monarch Mountains of Montana, where he learned to play guitar and began writing songs. Throughout his collegiate career, Pelty has worked with several professional regional theatre companies including Atlantic Stage Theatre Company in Conway, South Carolina, and Cape Rep Theatre in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. In addition to his life as an actor, Pelty is the lead singer, rhythm guitarist, and one of the chief songwriters for the Blues-Rock Band 'Canon Hill'. The band has performed at venues throughout New England and New York including the Beachcomber Club and The Chatham Squire. Their album, Mugshot (2018) is on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon Music. Pelty is a recent graduate of the BFA Acting Program at Coastal Carolina University, currently living in New York City.