In 2003, Josh was homeless. Seeking shelter from the summer heat, he followed some other drifters into the world famous Comedy Store in Los Angeles on open mic night. He was an immediate success 12 years later...

Josh left LA to wander around the midwest sharpening his craft, winning the Louisville Improv Comedy Derby and Comedy Off Broadway Comedy Challenge along the way. He then opened for luminaries such as Henry Phillips, Jay Mohr, Bryan Callen, Jay Pharoah, Brian Posehn, and other assorted Brians and Jays. Currently, he lives in New York where his winsome style captivates audiences and pets.

From Josh: After winning the Improv Comedy Derby and Comedy Off Broadway Open Mic Challenge, I have appeared on popular podcasts like Kill Tony, shows like Hollywood Squares (sure I was a contestant, but I'm still counting it), Gotham Comedy Live on AXS TV, and at events like Skankfest, Gilda's Laughfest, the Hoboken Comedy Festival, Cincinnati BrewHaHa, and the Laugh-Your-Asheville-Off festival.