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‘The Goldbergs’ Enlists Noah Munck for ‘Naked’ Role

Posted on: March 5th, 2015 by gmunck No Comments

The ‘iCarly’ star will recur on ABC’s sophomore comedy

ABC’s The Goldbergs is flushing out Barry’s group of pals.

The sophomore 1980-something comedy has enlisted iCarly alum Noah MunckThe Hollywood Reporter has learned Munck will recur on the semi-autobiographical series based on the life of showrunner Adam F. Goldberg and play “Naked Rob,” an average looking, regular dude with a dry affect, who for some unknown reason loves getting naked. Rob is a member of the so-called Jenkintown Posse (also affectionately known by its members as “JTP”) — Barry’s (Troy Gentile) ragtag group of friends.  He’s considered the “slick” member of the group.

Goldberg told  THR that season two will further explore the Barry’s dysfunctional love with Lainey (AJ Michalka) and woo her with a rap via his alter-ego, Big Tasty. “It’s a song he writes for her to win her heart, and it’s pretty brutal,” the exec producer said.

While it’s unclear if Naked Rob will be part of that story line, every good rapper needs good posse, right?

Munck, who also DJs under the name NoxiK, most recently reprised his iCarly character Gibby on an episode of Sam & Cat. His credits include movies Bad Teacher, All About Steve and the upcoming Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn. He’s repped by Untitled and Abrams Artists.

The Goldbergs airs Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. on ABC. Check out more of THR‘s interview with Goldberg here.

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Noah Cast In “Just Before I Go”

Posted on: August 10th, 2013 by gmunck No Comments

Just Before I Go
Start: 7/1/2013
A suicidal man wants to settle some unfinished business in his hometown before he kills himself.
Production Company: Coquette Productions
Director: Courteney Cox
Producers: Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Thea Mann, Gabriel Cowan, John Suits
Cast: Seann William Scott, Garret Dillahunt, Rob Riggle, Kate Walsh, Olivia Thirlby, Kyle Gallner, Noah Munck
Screenwriter: David Flebotte
Though Courteney Cox has directed several episodes of television, this will be her directorial debut on a feature film.

First Lady Michelle Obama and Noah Munck Crazy Video

Posted on: August 10th, 2013 by gmunck No Comments

Watch what happens when the iCarly cast joins First Lady Michelle Obama to promote Joining Forces and iMeet The First Lady!


Noah Is Nicky Deuce! Production To Begin In Montreal!

Posted on: August 12th, 2012 by gmunck No Comments

Nicky Deuce (Nickelodeon movie/working title): Based on a popular children’s book by The Sopranos’ Steve Schirripa and Charles FlemingNicky Deuce stars iCarly’s Noah Munck as Nicholas Borelli II, a nerdy, over-protected teen who transforms into the title character. Nicholas gets caught in the adventure of a lifetime when he spends the summer with an uncle he never knew he had. Production begins in the summer in Montreal.

Noah Munck To Star In “Gibby” Spin Off & 2 Live Action Films For Nickelodeon

Posted on: August 12th, 2012 by gmunck No Comments

Nickelodeon has pulled back the curtain on its plans for 2013 and beyond, greenlighting a number of series and pilots from the creative teams behind Frasier, RebaSpongeBob SquarePantsiCarly and Victorious.

As the children’s-themed network prepares to launch live-action comedy See Dad Run with Scott Baio and the animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the fall, it handed out orders to four live-action series and five pilots. In addition, Nick on Friday picked up three animated series and two animated pilots.

The assorted entries hail from both new and established creators, with spinoffs from Dan Schneider‘s iCarly and Victorious among them. For his part, iCarly co-star Noah Munck will have his hand in three of the new installments.

The ambitious push comes as Nickelodeon attempts to remain competitive in an increasingly crowded landscape where outlets including Netflix and the Internet are among the rivals. For the first time in 16 years, Nick’s top competitor, Disney Channel, ended 2011 as the No. 1 kids network.

Here’s a look at Nick’s upcoming slate:


Current productions:

Wendell and Vinnie (Nick at Nite series): iCarly’s Jerry Trainor stars as Vinnie, a lovable goofball uncle who becomes the guardian to his buttoned-up 12-year-old nephew Wendell (Buddy HandlesonShake It Up). Nicole Sullivan (The King of Queens, The Penguins of Madagascar) also stars as Vinnie’s high-strung older sister Wilma. The comedy series, greenlighted for 20 episodes, was written by Jay Kogen (Frasier, George Lopez) and will be executive produced by Aaron Kaplan (GCB, Terra Nova).

You Gotta See This (Nickelodeon series): Nickelodeon combines the best of the web, behind-the-scenes footage, celebrity interviews, pranks and bloopers in its new show premiering in the fall. Hosted by Chris O’Neal and Noah Crawford (How to Rock), the half-hour series rolls all the must-see clips of the week into one package. Nickelodeon is in production on this 20-episode series in Los Angeles.

Swindle (Nickelodeon movie/working title): An original TV movie with daring heists, crazy disguises, pie fights and sumo wrestlers, featuring an ensemble cast of Nickelodeon stars. When an evil collector cons Griffin out of a million-dollar baseball card that could have saved his best friend’s home, he unites a ragtag group of his classmates who need to work as a team to take down the swindler. Swindle is based on a popular children’s book byGordon Korman. Production will commence this fall in Vancouver.

Nicky Deuce (Nickelodeon movie/working title): Based on a popular children’s book by The Sopranos’ Steve Schirripa and Charles FlemingNicky Deuce stars iCarly’sMunck as Nicholas Borelli II, a nerdy, over-protected teen who transforms into the title character. Nicholas gets caught in the adventure of a lifetime when he spends the summer with an uncle he never knew he had. Production begins in the summer in Montreal.


Sam & Cat (Nickelodeon pilot/working title): In the comedic spinoff from iCarly and Victorious creator Schneider, feisty Sam Puckett (Jennette McCurdy) and daffy Cat Valentine (Ariana Grande) become best buddies and unlikely roommates. They love their freedom and independence but quickly realize that fun and adventure do not come cheap. Rather than get traditional after-school jobs, Sam and Cat become teen entrepreneurs by starting their own baby-sitting business.

Gibby (Nickelodeon pilot/working title): Munck reprises his role as Gibby in the spinoff from iCarly creator Schneider. In the comedy pilot, Gibby takes a job at The Bixby, a recreational center where kids of all ages hang out, socialize, play sports and take unique classes. Gibby becomes a mentor to four quirky middle-schoolers, helping them break out of their shells and embrace life in true “Gibbehhh” style.

The Haunted Hathaways (Nickelodeon pilot/working title): Life in the Big Easy gets a little more complicated and way more spirited when the Hathaway siblings move into a house occupied by a family of ghosts. The pilot is written by Robert Peacock, who served as writer-producer on several series including Reba, Blue Collar TV and Coupling.

The Thundermans (Nickelodeon pilot/working title): Written by Jed Spingarn, the series follows 13-year-old Phoebe Thunderman, who just wants to be normal — but that’s impossible when she comes from a family of superheroes. While most superheroes are lucky to have one power, Phoebe happens to have 12. A longtime producer for Nickelodeon, Spingarn most recently served as co-executive producer of Big Time Rush.Prior to that, he was a producer on Nickelodeon’s The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and Johnny Bravo.

Instant Mom (Nick at Nite pilot/working title): Instant Mom centers on a 25-year-old party girl who trades in Cosmos for carpools when she marries an older man with kids. The project is executive produced by Aaron Kaplan (GCB, Terra Nova) with Warren Bell(Ellen, According to Jim, What I Like About You) and Jessica Butler (According to Jim, In Plain Sight) serving as writers/executive producers.


Current Productions:

Sanjay & Craig (Nickelodeon series): A classic tale of boy meets snake, this 20-episode, 2D-animated series follows two best buds who dedicate their lives to becoming the coolest, most rebellious dudes in the neighborhood. Sanjay & Craig is created byJim Dirschberger, Jay Howell and Andreas Trolf and executive produced by Nick alumni Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi (The Adventures of Pete & PeteAlvin and the Chipmunks).

Monsters vs. Aliens (Nickelodeon series): An extension of the 2009 movie, the CG-animated series features the lovable monsters and a whole new group of nefarious aliens living and working together at Area 50-something. Greenlighted for 26 episodes, the series will be executive produced by Bob Schooley, Mark McCorkle and Brett Haaland(The Penguins of Madagascar).

Monty and Norville (Nickelodeon preschool series/working title): The series follows the adventures of a 5-year-old troll named Monty and his dragon friend Norville. With the help of viewers at home, Monty can use his magic stick to make incredible things happen as long as he uses the right words. The new 26-episode series, created by Adam Peltzman(head writer of Blue’s Clues, The Backyardigans), will introduce a literacy curriculum to Nickelodeon’s preschool audience.


Bad Seeds (Nickelodeon pilot): From Chowder creator and SpongeBob SquarePants alumnus Carl GreenblattBad Seeds is about a good bird running with the bad crowd — and having a great time.

Blaze and the Monster Machines (Nickelodeon preschool pilot/working title): The CG-animated, interactive program revolves around an 8-year-old boy named AJ and his incredible monster truck Blaze. AJ, Blaze and their friend Maddie fight their archnemesis Crusher along with a fleet of other trucks. The series features a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) curriculum and is created by Jeff Borkin (head writer of Team UmizoomiLittle Einsteins) and Ellen Martin (producer of Bubble GuppiesThe Backyardigans).

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Exclusive First Listen: Noah Munck’s Debut Rap on the iCarly Cast’s Cover of “Coming Home”

Posted on: January 6th, 2012 by gmunck No Comments

On January 24, Nickelodeon’s iCarly cast will drop iSoundtrack II, which features songs performed by the show’s star Miranda Cosgrove, as well as Taio Cruz, Ke$ha and Katy Perry. Also included on the collection of tunes heard and inspired by the show is a cover of the Diddy-Dirty Money / Skylar Grey song “Coming Home”, which marks the first time that the entire iCarly cast recorded a song together in the studio.  Noah Munck (Gibby on iCarly) covers PDiddy’s rap in the song.  Click the link below for the exclusive first listen!

Video Of Signing In Albany, NY

Posted on: December 13th, 2011 by gmunck No Comments

Noah at Albany, NY signing Thanks to everyone that came out to see me at the Crossgates Mall on September 10th!

Star on Nickelodeon’s “iCarly” Cast in “Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn”

Posted on: August 2nd, 2011 by gmunck No Comments

Noah Munck, best known for his gregarious role as the shirt-shedding Gibby on the Emmy-nominated Nickelodeon series “iCarly,” has joined the cast of “Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn” as Ben Rogers opposite Jake T. Austin and Joel Courtney.  Fresh off of Sony Picture’s adult comedy “Bad Teacher” Munck will head to Bulgaria in August after wrapping season #4 of “iCarly.”

“Being a part of a classic American story is an honor,” shares Munck. “Plus I get to scratch ‘Visit Bulgaria’ off my bucket list!”

Jo Kastner is directing and producing with Marcus Weinhart.  Production is scheduled to start principal photography in August in Bulgaria.


Working on the set of iCarly everyday is amazing!

Posted on: June 30th, 2011 by gmunck 1 Comment

Your going to love this season of iCarly.  We are filming season 4 right now and its amazing, the show keeps on getting better!

Meet Noah and the ENTIRE Casts of iCarly & Victorious in Memphis May 14th!

Posted on: May 5th, 2011 by gmunck No Comments

We’re all converging in Memphis on the weekend of May 14th. Miranda Cosgrove… Jennette McCurdy… Nathan Kress… Jerry Trainor… Noah Munck… Victoria Justice… Leon Thomas… Matt Bennett… Liz Gillies… Ariana Grande… Avan Jogia… and Daniella Monet.

For you fans who don’t know my shows so well, that’s “Carly”… “Sam”… “Freddie”… “Spencer”… “Gibby”… “Tori”… “Andre”… “Robbie”… “Jade”… “Cat”… “Beck”… and “Trina”.

If you want to come to our fundraising event in Memphis on May 14th, YOU CAN! Tickets aren’t cheap, but that’s because our goal is to raise a lot of money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital so they can use that money to help kids fight cancer.

If you live in (or near) Memphis, or if you can get to Memphis on May 14th, we’d love to see you there! Tickets are extremely limited – half are already sold. So, if you want to come meet the stars of iCarly and Victorious, please buy your tickets NOW!

To learn more about our event and to purchase tickets, CLICK HERE (the link is Even if you can’t come, you can still participate by making a donation to St. Jude – just CLICK HERE.

At the May 14th event, we’ll be serving dinner and having auctions to raise extra money. We’ll be auctioning off really cool stuff like WALK-ON ROLES for both shows – iCarly and Victorious – and even REAL PROPS like the Penny-Tees that the iCarly stars have actually worn on the show!