Josh Murray's acting career began in the audition room for a short film (which he booked) and he has never slowed in his pursuit of mastering the skill since. He is an experienced film actor having worked on dozens of Film/TV projects with sets ranging from self-produced shorts to studio pictures, including several lead roles in independent features as well as on stage, performing in two title roles of plays. He has most recently added directing to his list of accomplishments with the release of 'The Soliloquy'. This self-directed performance recently earned him a Best Actor award at the Gideon Film Festival and his lead role in the 'Game of Pawns' won a TIVA Silver Peer award this year.
Josh appears in two feature films slated for national theatrical release in the coming year, 'Alone Yet Not Alone' where he plays a young, up and coming Col. George Washington and Wish You Well (starring Josh Lucas and Ellen Burstyn) as the dad of the protagonist (played by Mackenzie Foy of Twilight). He can next be seen in the upcoming TV movie event Killing Lincoln (starring Billy Campbell and narrated by Tom Hanks) playing the vicious assassin Lewis Powell. His performance was often described on set as down right scary. Executive Producers include Ridley Scott and Erik Jendresen (Band of Brothers).