JOSH BROLIN made his feature film debut in the actioncomedy
"Goonies," directed by Richard Donner for producer Steven
Spielberg. His additional film credits include "Bed of Roses"
with Christian Slater and Miramax's hit comedy hit "Flirting
With Disaster" with Ben Stiller and Patricia Arquette, for
which he has received critical acclaim for his portrayal of 'Tony,'
a bisexual federal agent.
An accomplished stage actor, Brolin spent five years with Anthony
Zerbe at the Reflections Festival at the GeVa Theater in Rochester,
New York where he performed in and directed several plays. Other
legitimate credits include "Skin of the Teeth," "The
Crucible, " "A Streetcar Named Desire," at the
Kennedy Memorial Theater and "A Midsummer Night's Dream,"
at the Lebrero Theater.
For television, Brolin starred in the ABC series "The Young
Riders" and "Winnetka Road" for CBS. Later this
year, he will costar in the Showtime original film "The
Phantoms" with Mario Van Peebles.
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