Noah Ritter became a household name in 2014 after his infamous interview with WNEP News in Pennsylvania, in which he proclaimed himself a “powdered doughnut connoisseur. ” Since then, Noah has had a prosperous career in the entertainment business.
He has been a correspondent on The Ellen Show, a spokesperson for Sprint and Verizon, and a guest on numerous talk programs. He has also appeared in cameo roles in several feature films, including Maggie’s Plan and Tumbledown.
In addition to his acting jobs, he is currently enrolled at Louisiana State University and continuing his education. In addition to continuing his charitable efforts, he currently serves as an ambassador for the American Heart Association.
Earlier this year, he was also named an honorary ambassador for the non-profit Perfect World Foundation, which works to promote global health.
Where Resides Noah Ritter?
Outside the municipal limits of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, Noah Ritter resides in a modest home. According to the local publication The Citizens’ Voice, he, his sister, and their mother moved there in 2014 after a few years in Scranton, also in Pennsylvania.
Noah is a homeschooled student, which explains why he has the time to attend various events and appear in the news, according to the same news report. His family is very involved in the local church and his parents own a chocolate-making business.
What Did the Evidently Child Speak?
The Apparently Kid is a viral video that depicts the capitalistic, materialistic lifestyle of much American youth. The viral video from 2012 featured a young child being interviewed on the streets of New York City by a news reporter.
When asked what he wishes to be when he grows up, the young boy replies, “Apparently, I already am!” This remark is intended as a humorous response to the notion of young children pursuing a materialistic lifestyle.
The video was intended to be humorous and to make a statement about the effects of exposing children to such a lifestyle. The video went viral and spawned numerous memes and adaptations, popularizing the catchphrase “Apparently” even further.