The Undoing’s Noah Jupe, 15, ‘nets $840000 for role in new film No Sudden Move’ – Daily Mail

The Undoing star Noah Jupe has netted $840,000 (£622,620) for his latest role in forthcoming Steven Soderbergh film, No Sudden Move. 

The British actor, 15, who played Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant’s son in the HBO drama, has scooped the sum as well as two round-trip business class flights for him and a family member, a three bedroom apartment during filming and a daily $100 (£74) per diem, TMZ reports.

The child star’s salary was revealed in the minor’s contract filed at the court, with Noah receiving the same perks as he did with The Undoing.

Talented teen: The Undoing star Noah Jupe is said to have netted $840,000 (£622,620) for his latest role in Steven Soderbergh drama, No Sudden Move

Talented teen: The Undoing star Noah Jupe is said to have netted $840,000 (£622,620) for his latest role in Steven Soderbergh drama, No Sudden Move

He joins a stellar cast for the HBO Max film including Don Cheadle, David Harbour and Benicio Del Toro, Ray Liotta and Jon Hamm.

No Sudden Move is a heist thriller set in 1950s Detroit, with the film once including George Clooney in the cast before he left the project.   

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Noah Jupe and HBO Max for comment.    

Earlier this month it was revealed Noah netted an eye-popping $600k (£454k) for his part in the The Undoing.

Perks: TMZ reports Noah, 15, who played Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant's son in the drama, has scooped the sum as well as two roundtrip business class flights for him and another adult, a three bedroom apartment and a daily $100 (£74) per diem

Perks: TMZ reports Noah, 15, who played Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant’s son in the drama, has scooped the sum as well as two roundtrip business class flights for him and another adult, a three bedroom apartment and a daily $100 (£74) per diem

In documents seen by TMZ, it has been revealed that aged just 15, the child star had scooped the incredible sum as well as five business class tickets for both him and his parents while the psychological thriller was being filmed. 

Haling from an acting background, the British actor’s mother Katy Cavanagh, is an actress, who is best known for portraying the role of Julie Carp in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street from 2008 to 2015.

It was revealed in the minor’s contract filed at L.A. County Court, that Noah, who plays the Henry Fraser, the son of Grace and Jonathan Fraser, earned $100k (£76k) per episode for the wildly popular HBO show. 

 He was also given $100 (£76) per diem and a $350 (£265) weekly Uber allowance. MailOnline contacted a representative for Noah for comment. 

Henry’s own rise to fame comes after it was revealed to stunned fans that Henry’s mother is a star in her own right. 

Leading role: The star's salary was revealed in the minor's contract filed at the court, with Noah receiving the same perks as he did with The Undoing (above as Henry Fraser with Nicole Kidman)

Leading role: The star’s salary was revealed in the minor’s contract filed at the court, with Noah receiving the same perks as he did with The Undoing (above as Henry Fraser with Nicole Kidman)

Noah’s venture into acting no doubt comes from the family’s links with television, with his father Chris starting out as an actor before working as a filmmaker on the educational drama Watch Over Me. 

Katy, 46, meanwhile, played Julie, who was originally introduced as a new girlfriend of Kirk Sutherland (Andrew Whyment), and in a later storyline she was revealed to be Eileen Grimshaw’s (Sue Cleaver) half-sister.   

Fans took to Twitter following the revelation about Noah’s following in Katy’s famous footsteps. One viewer wrote: ‘I think I speak for us all when I say the most shocking news of 2020 is that The Undoing Henry is Julie Carp from Corrie’s son?! I’m done’.

The teen has already an impressive acting portfolio having starred in thriller A Quiet Place, The Night Manager, Holmes and Watson, Ford v Ferrari and Honey Boy. 

Henry played a pivotal role in the plot, when at the end of episode Grace (Nicole Kidman) discovered a mallet – the potential murder weapon – hidden in a violin case in his bedroom.

Family: Noah's venture into acting no doubt comes from the family's links with television, with his father Chris starting out as an actor before working as a filmmaker (pictured 2018)

Family: Noah’s venture into acting no doubt comes from the family’s links with television, with his father Chris starting out as an actor before working as a filmmaker (pictured 2018)

Episode six started with Henry confessing he discovered the weapon in an outdoor fireplace at the Fraser family beach house, which was still bloodied, so he decided to run it through their dishwasher (twice!) to clean it off. 

The child admitted to his shocked mother that he was only trying to cover for his father, who he was convinced killed Elena. 

Noah, full name Noah Casford Jupe, was born in Islington, north London, and is the oldest of the family, with younger sister Jemma and brother Jacobi. His family moved to Stockport, Manchester where he grew up.

He attended Cheadle Hulme School in Stockport, where tuition prices range up to £12,324 per year, and was a keen hockey player. 

Noah was nominated at London Film Critics’ Circle in the category of Young British/Irish performer of the year in 2018 and 2019.

Corrie legend: Katy played Julie on Corrie from 2008 to 2015. The character was originally introduced as a new girlfriend of Kirk Sutherland (pictured in 2011)

Corrie legend: Katy played Julie on Corrie from 2008 to 2015. The character was originally introduced as a new girlfriend of Kirk Sutherland (pictured in 2011)

 In 2018, he also got nominated at Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society in the category of Best Performance by an Actor 23 and Under for A Quiet Place.

After filming The Undoing last year, Noah discussed his need to return home to Manchester for some normality – with trips to the Trafford Centre being his hot spot. 

He told Dazed: ‘I have no friends. (laughs) I’m joking, I’m joking – I don’t know what I’d do if I didn’t have a reality to go back to. I mean, although I love acting, it’s exhausting and I need time off to go home….

‘I’ve just done eight months in New York and I need to go and hang out with my friends. I kind of like that I’m based here in England, because the flights separate the two worlds….

Way back when: Noah is pictured playing Jack Will in Wonder in 2017

Way back when: Noah is pictured playing Jack Will in Wonder in 2017

 ‘But making sure that you have a place to go back to, so you can gather your health, I need that. 

Speaking about where he hangs out, he went on: ‘In Manchester, we always ended up at the Trafford Centre (shopping mall)…

‘It’s a bit boring, but everyone goes there. I guess in London it’s like going to Westfield or somewhere, watching the guy make that rolled ice cream that everyone is going on about. Soon I’ll be (back at work), like, ‘I wish I was back in Westfield with those ice creams!’ 

Speaking about his career, he told The Los Angeles Times last year: ‘The thing that scares me in my life is that I will never have enough time to be all the different versions of myself and do all the different things in the world…

‘This job really gives me insight into all the aspects of all the different people in the world. 

Hollywood: The teen has already an impressive acting portfolio having starred in thriller A Quiet Place alongside Emily Blunt

Hollywood: The teen has already an impressive acting portfolio having starred in thriller A Quiet Place alongside Emily Blunt

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