Noah Centineo, in a recent interview with Harper Bazaar, has spoken about his early drug abuse, saying that it was a really dark phase in his life.
Noah Centineo came under the spotlight with the release of Netflix’s rom-com To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before back in 2018. In that show, he played the role of a lacrosse-playing jock Peter Kavinsky.
While promoting the release of the show’s sequel, Centineo participated in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, he lays out details of how up until a few years ago abusing drugs was a normal and regular thing for him.
When the interviewer asked him about the kind of drugs he experimented with, the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before star answered: “Everything.”
“There wasn’t really much I wouldn’t do,” he said. Noah described that in the show-biz industry there is a gang of around 1, 000 people who are all trying to achieve success and party while doing so.
He further went on to say that how he and his friends would take Molly (MDMA) and talk for hours and like get to the conclusion of some really thoughtful existential questions.
Centanio said that he decided to quit drugs the day before his 21st birthday, and has remained sober ever since. The actor also did not shy away from speaking about his home life during his teenage days when his parents got divorced.
He was only 15 years old when his parents separated; Centineo lived in a hotel room with his mother, while his sister stayed with his father.
Centineo, now when he is 23 years old has numerous ways of keeping stress and anxiety away, which includes taking baths and meditating. He has also mentioned journaling as a way of channelizing his thoughts.
Lastly, he said that he holds himself very accountable, but he could talk himself off of ledges too.