Is Noah Lalonde Gay? What’s His Sexuality?

Shreeyantra Rai

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Is Noah Lalonde Gay? What’s His Sexuality? – Noah Lalonde is suspected of being gay, most probably because of his facial structure. However, it remains a mystery for now as he has never mentioned anything about his sexuality. 

My Life with the Walter Boys on Netflix follows Jackie Howard, a New York girl with a wealthy upbringing and a superb scholastic record as a straight-A student. Jackie’s life takes an unexpected turn when her entire family is killed in a horrible accident.

In the aftermath, Jackie’s mother’s best friend, Dr. Katherine Walter, becomes her guardian and takes her to live with her family of twelve sons. Cole Walter, played by Noah LaLonde, is one of the family members. Cole is Katherine’s oldest child. When Jackie first meets him, he is a bit of a mystery to her. However, she soon discovers that he is the most popular boy at the local high school. Every lady aspires to date him, and every guy aspires to be him.

With the release of the series, the Cole actor Noah Lalonde has been getting a lot of attention from many viewers. On the other hand, we have also found many of them are curious to know about his sexuality. They wonder if he is gay. Well, let’s find it out together.

It’s Unclear if Noah Lalonde Is Gay as He Has Never Addressed His Sexuality!

With the release of My Life with the Walter Boys, we have found that many viewers wonder if Noah Lalonde (@noahlalalalonde) is gay. However, the Cole actor is very secretive when it comes to his personal life. Of course, he has never addressed his gender and sexuality.

Even though we are not sure, we speculate that people have been questioning his sexuality as his facial features, especially his lips, give a little feminine vibe. We wouldn’t be surprised to know if somebody wonders if he is transgender. Similarly, he also does not have a history of having a girlfriend, not that we’re aware of at least.

However, this does not mean that we can actually question his sexuality. Physical appearance and your dating history have nothing to do with someone’s sexuality. While we are not claiming that Noah Lalonde isn’t or will never be gay, we’re just saying that we need strong evidence to support the rumor. It would be unwise to speculate about someone’s sexuality without proper evidence.

There is no confirmation of Noah LaLonde being gay. blurred-reality.comThere is no confirmation of Noah LaLonde being gay.
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We should be respecting his choice to keep his personal information under wraps. When you’re new to the acting business, you do not want to be in the spotlight for anything other than your acting skills. While we agree that most people respect the LGBTQ+ community, we also have heard many problems faced by non-straight actors.

In conclusion, we can say that the rumor about Noah Lalonde being gay is completely false. We cannot make any statement about his sexuality until and unless the Cole actor addresses his sexuality himself. Till then, we don’t have any option but to assume that he is straight.

More About Noah Lalonde!

Noah LaLonde, who plays the role of Cole in My Life with the Walter Boys, was born in Michigan on March 22, 1998. He is 25 years old and is also said to be 5 feet 10 inches tall. He also has short blonde hair and lovely green eyes.

Noah used to be in a lot of school plays and even sang in the choir when he was younger. Later, he attended Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, for a year before leaving to pursue a career as an actor.

Noah LaLonde as Cole in My Life with the Walter Boys. blurred-reality.comNoah LaLonde as Cole in My Life with the Walter Boys.
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He attended a number of acting studios and worked on a number of indie short and feature films to hone his acting skills. He was a member of The Actor’s Loft, a performing arts company, and a student at the acting school LaValle Actor’s Workshop.

And in case you’re unaware, Noah spent 17 years playing hockey before deciding to pursue acting. He decided to stop playing the sport when he was 19 years old because of an injury.

Apart from the Netflix series, his other notable credits include Deer Camp ’86, Criminal Minds, The Smile I WearToby with an iSummer Flings & Funerals, and Help Wanted.