Noah Centineo may be a teen heartthrob but even he had to start somewhere.
The “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” star appeared alongside Busy Philipps on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” Wednesday night, and both guests gave the audience a look at their early days in the industry.
After Philipps told the story of her first acting gig playing a Barbie doll at a live sales event, both actors shared their first teenage headshots.
When Corden asked whether Centineo had purposely done his hairstyle to look like Justin Bieber and the members of One Direction, the young actor admitted, “My hair looked like that for eight years prior.”
Centineo also shared the story of the first time he met Corden, at an event last year.
Apparently, he went up to Corden and told him, “I’m going to be on your show,” and when the late-night host asked when, the young actor replied, “Eventually!”
Corden then told Centineo that at some point, “This will be one hell of a story.”