Actor / Singer / Jew-ish
Josh was born in a year very much like your own, to a mother very much like yours, in a town very much like your town...that is if your town was full of Jewish people and had 75 bagel shops per square mile.
At the ripe age of 12 he auditioned for All That and did not get the job. That is where that story ends...sorry for getting you excited.
Josh holds a BFA in Acting from LIU Post and has extensive training in Improv/Sketch Comedy at The UCB Theatre in New York.
His favorite pastimes include taking indulgent baths, finding the most unique eats in any city where he works, and grumbling at people in the grocery store.
Josh's local hire cities include:
NYC, Chicago, LA, Atlanta, and Portland.
Select Career Highlights Include:
TV/Film projects for:
HBO, NBC, AMC, Comedy Central, History
Channel, Adult Swim, Amazon Prime, etc.
Select Commercial Clients Include:
LG TV, The History Channel, IL Lottery, Airstream,
Johnson & Johnson, (full client list below).
Theatre Credits include:
The Alabama Shakespeare Festival, The John W.
Engeman Theater, San Diego Rep, Old Creamery Theatre, Chenango River Theatre, and others.
Reels & Voice Over
Josh as Saul Tieg in HBO's The Plot Against America
Comedic On-Camera Reel
Dramatic On-Camera Reel
Airstream Commercial Sizzle Reel
Commercial Voice Over Demo
Do you need a brassy voice for your Voice Over commercial or animated series?
....then you are in the wrong place.
Can he talk? Yes. Has he gone through puberty? You be the judge. But he owns a microphone and is often on-time.
Against The Night
"The one saving grace in this film is actor Josh Cahn. Playing what feels akin to Jaimie Kennedy‘s role in SCREAM, Cahn is funny, likeable, and I wanted more of him on screen. I would watch an entire stand alone film with him as the lead, any day. This kid is a gem."
--Liz Whittemore (Reel News Daily)
"Mikey Thomas (Josh Cahn) is the first customer of the day. This is finely tuned comedy, especially when we consider that it is never the same play twice. The show is beautifully acted and directed, and it is very, very funny."
--Gerry Roe (Iowa Theatre Blog)
"Cahn has the difficult job of playing Haskell. But the character grows and develops during the play, and so does Cahn’s performance. Likewise, his argument with Milton is electrifying. The final scene between the two men is heartrending, and Cahn and Wetzel deserve credit for making it so."
--George Basler (Broome Arts Council)
Against The Night
"The cast is rounded out by relatively fresh faces from the NYC and Philadelphia region. Stand out performances include Luke Persiani as Hank and Josh Cahn as Dan. Their characters draw attention every time the camera lands on them."
--Ty Andreaco (Cult Classic Horror)