Noah Hathaway is an American actor and teen-star of his time. Noah’s acting career took off in 1978 when he played the role of Boxey, son of leading role Apollo (Richard Hatch), in the cult sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica. His outstanding performance in the series led to a nomination for the 1st Young Artists Awards. Noah furthered his career as an actor playing parts in sitcoms and small productions such as Eight is Enough (1977), CHiPs(1977), America 2-Night (1978), Mork & Mindy (two episodes), Simon & Simon (1981), and Family Ties (1982).
At only ten years old Noah was cast in the space movie Separate Ways (1981) and two years later, The Quest. One of roles Noah is most known for was the leading role of young hero Atreju in The NeverEnding Story (1984). For this movie, Noah did many of the stunts himself and was nominated for the 6th Young Artists Award and won the award for the Best Younger Actor in the 12th Annual Saturn Awards in 1984.
Nowadays Noah is enjoying his passion of designing and riding customized motorcycles and continues to keep acting an important part of his life.