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Joshua Dylan Meyers


Joshua Dylan Meyers- Biography

Joshua Dylan Meyers was born on January 8, 1976, in Bedford, New Hampshire, USA – his zodiac sign is Capricorn, and he is of American nationality. Josh’s grandfather was Jewish, and he has Czech–Austrian, Croatian, Swedish, English, and German ancestors as well. He is an actor and comedian best known for his appearances in the comedy sketch series “Mad TV,” as well as his role as Randy Pearson in the eighth season of the comedy TV series “That ’70s Show.”

What is the Net Worth of Joshua Dylan Meyers? Salary, Earnings

According to Sources his estimated net worth is more than $2 million as of 2022.

Joshua Dylan Meyers- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Joshua grew up in Bedford with his older brother Seth Adam Meyers (born December 28, 1973), a comedian, writer, producer, actor, and TV host who rose to prominence after presenting the NBC show “Late Night with Seth Meyers.”

The two boys were reared by their mother, Hillary Claire (née Olson), a French teacher, and their father, Laurence Meyers Jr., a retired financial executive. Josh graduated from Manchester High School West in Manchester, New Hampshire, and then went on to Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in 1998.

Joshua Dylan Meyers- Relationship, Girlfriend

Josh was in a long-term relationship with Andrea Kay ‘Missi’ Pyle, whom he met on the set of a film in which they both had roles. The couple’s relationship is thought to have lasted from 2012 until 2016, with the two gettings engaged sometime in 2014. While there are internet speculations that Josh and Missi married in 2016, it is known that the two had split and called off their engagement.

Missi is a singer and actress from the United States, best known for her appearances in “The Artist,” “50 First Dates,” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” She was born on November 16, 1972, in Houston, Texas, to Linda and Frank Pyle. She has two older sisters, Debbie and Julie, and two older brothers, Sam and Paul. She earned a bachelor’s degree in 1995 from the North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem. Prior to her relationship with Josh, she was married twice: once to Antonio Sacre from 2000 to 2005, and once to Casey Anderson in 2008, but they divorced in 2012.

Joshua Dylan Meyers- Professional Career

Josh rose to prominence after being cast in the eighth season of “Mad TV,” an American comedy sketch television series based on “Mad” magazine, in 2002.

He was subsequently picked to fill the position of Spishak Spokesperson, and he rose to prominence as a result of his impersonations of celebrities such as Eminem, Owen Wilson, and Anna Nicole Smith’s son Daniel, among others.

In 2001, Josh made his cinematic debut in the Dutch science fiction horror thriller “Down,” then in 2002, he was cast as a Hooligan in the red light district in “Snapshots.” In 2005, he participated in the short film “The Adventures of Big Handsome Guy and His Little Friend,” in 2006, he played Napoleon Dynamite/Owen Wilson look-alike in “Date Movie,” and in 2007, he played Josh in the short film “Wrangling Coach Rankin.”

In 2008, he played Kookus in “College Road Trip,” and in 2009, he played Kookus in “Bruno.” He was hailed for his portrayal in the 2010 comedy film “How to Make Love to a Woman,” and in 2013 he participated in four films, including “Inventing Adam” and “The Sidekick.” His most recent film performance was in the 2014 black comedy picture “Going to America.”

He made his television series debut in “Mad TV,” appearing in 47 episodes from 2002 to 2004, and he portrayed Big Fat Slim Jim in two episodes of the sitcom “Half & Half” in 2003.

He appeared in one episode of “Life as We Know It” in 2004, and 21 episodes of “That ’70s Show” in 2005 and 2006. In 2006, he starred in a single episode of “Lovespring International” as Cal, and in 2009, he appeared in two TV shows – “Floored and Lifted” and “My Long Distance Relationship.” In 2010, he voiced the characters Clocky and Conky in “Pee-wee Gets An iPad!” and appeared in a single episode of the comedy online series “Workshop” in 2011. In 2012, he played Dr. Carl Rosen in “Are You There, Chelsea?” and Abe Frohman in “Breaking In,” and in 2013, he appeared in three TV shows, two of which were “Newsreaders” and “The Mindy Project.”

His most recent TV series appearance was in “Red Oaks,” where he played Barry from 2014 to 2017.

Hobbies and other pursuits

Josh has been interested in humor since he was a youngster, and while working his way up in the film industry, he was also performing as a stand-up comic in New Hampshire’s local bars and pubs. Jim Carrey and Chris Rock are his role models, and he enjoys watching their films such as “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls” and “Grown Ups.” Josh enjoys listening to music, and his favorite genre is old school rock, as well as artists such as Aerosmith and AC/DC — he attended countless concerts as a teen, but now rarely attends musical events.

He is an animal lover and philanthropist who has established multiple fundraising efforts for various causes, all of which have been successful. He enjoys traveling and has visited nations such as England, France, and Switzerland while traveling throughout the United States, South America, and Europe.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

He is 6ft 1ins (1.85m) tall and weighs roughly 174lbs. He has short brown hair and blue eyes (79kgs).

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