How did Noah Centineo overcome his drug abuse problem? Here is his journey.

Noah Centineo is as famous for being delightful as he is for playing Peter Kavinsky in To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before or Langston in Charlie’s Angels.

Still, Centineo has indicated before that his life hasn’t always been all Instagram thirst traps and starring roles. In an old video that flowed in 2018, the star stated that he was sober. What’s more, presently in a meeting with Harper’s Bazaar, he’s opening up progressively about his past medication use.


Noah Centineo has been in a sober state for the last two years.  The 23-year-old actor has been sober since his 21st birthday.

As he shared his past drug use, “There wasn’t really much I wouldn’t do. I never ever injected anything, which is good. I smoked a lot of things. I was really upset, man. It was a really dark time in my life.”

The dark time in his life started when he was just around 17 years old. At that point in time, Noah was still trying to make it in the industry.

After witnessing that dark phase he has finally made it through the struggle in the industry. In the meantime, he’s still trying to figure out what real fame and being a celebrity will eventually mean for his life up in the future.

“It’s to a greater degree a blessing than a curse,” he said of the sudden popularity the Netflix romantic comedy gave him.

A piece of his life that is new in the open eye is his 10-month relationship with Ren. Centineo shared his first photo with his better half on Instagram on Jan. 14.

The star uncovered in his meeting that he and Ren met on a climb with shared friends and discovered they shared a great deal for all intents and purpose. Presently they’re infatuated and in a cheerfully monogamous relationship.

While most of his fans are most likely heart-broken that their adored heart robber is not single anymore. Centineo said he’s not very stressed over controlling his open persona. To that end, he won’t stop himself from taking on projects that don’t fit the “cute” picture given to him by To All The Boys, Charlie’s Angels, and Sierra Burgess Is A Loser.