Feinman, Joshua 1971– (Josh Feinman)
Feinman, Joshua 1971- (Josh Feinman)
Born April 2, 1971, in Bronx, NY. Education: Attended University of Rhode Island. Avocational Interests: New York Yankees fan.
Agent—Bobby Ball Talent Agency, 4605 Lankershim Blvd., Suite 721, Universal City, CA 91602. Manager—Betwixt Talent Management, 12655 Washington Blvd., Suite 204, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
Actor, producer, dancer, and fight choreographer. Appeared in commercials; toured with a theatre company. Affiliate of Enrichment Works.
Himself, He Makes Me Feel like Dancin' (documentary), Edgar J. Scherick Associates, 1983.
Himself, Who's Dancin' Now? (documentary), 1999.
DuBoyce, Men of Honor (also known as Men of Honour), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000.
First lawyer, Back Spot Turn (also known as doc.CON), Big Twenty, 2000.
(Uncredited) Football player, Crazy/Beautiful, Buena Vista, 2001.
Josh, Wanted: Soulful Energy Xchange, Abyssinian Moon Productions/HighFarGone Productions, 2002.
Gerald, Suicide Regimen (short film), 2002.
Rolf, Scapegoats, Crazy Emergency Productions, 2003.
Blink, Adventures with Wink and Blink: A Day in the Life of a Garbage Truck!, Laurel Hill Entertainment, 2004.
Blink, Adventures with Wink and Blink: A Day in the Life of a Zoo, Pro-Active Entertainment Group, 2005.
Miguel/Ben Dover, Blue Sombrero, Ego Check Productions/Insomnia Media Group/Sergeant Sergeant Productions, 2005.
Bouncer, Intoxicated Demons (short film), Atomik Pictures, 2005.
Blink, Adventures with Wink and Blink: A Day in the Life of a Firefighter, Pro-Active Entertainment Group, 2006.
James, Such Great Joy (short film), Wolfe Video, 2006.
Sergeant Milsap, 60 Seconds of Distance, Abyssinian Moon Productions, 2006.
Cain, Youthanasia, 2005, York Entertainment, 2007.
Rugburn, Pirate Camp, Antibody Films/Providence Productions, 2007.
U.S. Air Force staff sergeant, Transformers, Paramount/DreamWorks, 2007.
Marine, Mr. Woodcock, New Line Cinema, 2007.
Executive producer, Wanted: Soulful Energy Xchange, Abyssinian Moon Productions/HighFarGone Productions, 2002.
Co-executive producer and fight choreographer, Suicide Regimen (short film), 2002.
Producer and fight choreographer, Scapegoats, Crazy Emergency Productions, 2003.
Executive producer, A pena do pana (short film; also known as The Cost of Bread and La pena del pane), Calabrisella Films, 2004.
Associate producer, Refund, Molecular Pictures/Hutch Projects, 2004.
Associate producer, Blue Sombrero, Ego Check Productions/Insomnia Media Group/Sergeant Sergeant Productions, 2005.
Associate producer, Youthanasia, 2005, York Entertainment, 2007.
Fight choreographer, The Return of Laura Peters, M.O.B. Productions/SassyNick Productions, 2006.
Executive producer, Pirate Camp, Antibody Films/Providence Productions, 2007.
Television Appearances; Series:
(As Josh Feinman) FBI technician, a recurring role, Sleeper Cell (also known as Sleeper Cell: American Terror), Showtime, 2005.
First recruit, Passions, NBC, 2006.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Wounded soldier, Take My Advice: The Ann and Abby Story, Lifetime, 1999.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Jeannie dream dancer, "I Dream of Jeannie," The Man Show, Comedy Central, 2002.
(As Josh Feinman) Scather guard, "The Last Temptation of Christy," Charmed, The WB, 2006.
Appeared as Joshua Miller, C**ksucker: A Love Story; in Cosby Showcase; as Eco-Man, Eco-Slam: Clean World Wrestling; as Lucky, Last Street Play; as Jack Hawk, Making Porn; and as Odysseus in his solo show Voyage of Odysseus.
Author of the solo show Voyage of Odysseus.
Joshua Feinman Official Site,http://www.joshfeinman.com, May 13, 2007.
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