Noah Centineo

Daniel Dorsa—The New York Times/Redux

The Nov. 15 release of Charlie’s Angels marks Noah Centineo’s big-screen debut—but Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos says he already sees him as “one of the biggest movie stars in the world.” Centineo first turned heads as Peter Kavinsky in Netflix’s 2018 rom-com To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, which the platform has described as one of its most-viewed original films ever. A year later, Centineo’s signature aw-shucks charm continues to win him fans, both onscreen and off. (Just ask his 17 million Instagram followers.) In 2021, he will star as He-Man in the upcoming Masters of the Universe reboot. —Raisa Bruner

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