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JOSH GAD (Josh Randall) began his career in theatre, graduating from the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. He then turned his sights to comedy, joining the famed Groundlings Improv troupe and founding his own – The Lost Nomads Comedy Troupe. He has already graced both the small and large screens alike, raising the bar for fellow comedians and thespians.

Gad co-starred with Kelsey Grammer, Fred Willard, and Patricia Heaton in the Fox comedy Back To You. Previous screen credits include a guest role on the NBC drama E.R., and the independent feature Watching the Detectives, with Lucy Liu.

In 2008 Gad starred in Twentieth Century Fox's The Rocker, alongside Rainn Wilson and Emma Stone. The music-themed comedy follows failed, down-and-out drummer (Wilson) who twenty years after being kicked out of his now-famous group gets a second chance – with his nephew's (Gad) high school rock band.

Gad starred in the hit film 21, alongside Kate Bosworth, Laurence Fishburne, and Kevin Spacey, about six MIT students trained to become experts in card counting who subsequently win millions of dollars in Las Vegas casinos. In 2008, Gad was seen in Crossing Over, a multi-character drama about immigrants of different nationalities struggling to achieve legal status in Los Angeles. The film starred Harrison Ford, Sean Penn, Ray Liotta, and Ashley Judd.

Gad's most notable tenure on Broadway was perhaps also the most daunting. Having huge shoes to fill in the Tony Award-winning production of The 25TH Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Gad received rave reviews for his portrayal of the disheveled, magic-foot-using spelling champion. Other theatre credits include All in the Timing: (at the Elephant Asylum), The Crucible (at PPT), Skin of Our Teeth (CMU), and Axis of E (The York Theatre).

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