Josh Lucas

Born Jun 20, 1971

Josh Lucas is an American actor. He has appeared in many films, including Glory Road, A Beautiful Mind, and Poseidon.

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    Huffington Post - Nov 17, 2016
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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Josh Lucas.


1971 Birth Born on June 20, 1971.


1989 18 Years Old He attended Kopachuck Middle School and graduated from Gig Harbor High School in 1989, where he acted in high school plays. … Read More


2008 37 Years Old Lucas supported Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential campaign, volunteering to help potential voters register at colleges in Pennsylvania. … Read More
2009 38 Years Old His next project was Boaz Yakin’s Death in Love. Peacock is another film in which he starred. Lucas starred in the 2009 Ridley Scott-produced Tell-Tale, a film based on the short story "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe. … Read More
2010 39 Years Old 1 More Event
In February 2010, he was cast in the Anders Anderson thriller Stolen the single father of a mentally challenged boy, starring alongside Rhona Mitra and Jon Hamm; the film had a limited theatrical release in March 2010.


2011 40 Years Old In 2011, Lucas co-starred with Rachael Taylor in the film Red Dog, based on the true story of an Australian Kelpie. … Read More
2013 42 Years Old In 2013, Lucas was cast as the lead role in the independent comedy-drama, The Mend.
2014 43 Years Old 1 More Event
The directorial debut of John Magary premiered at South By Southwest in March 2014 with Lucas receiving a series of positive reviews for his portrayal of Mat, one of two dysfunctional brothers who collide in a small Harlem apartment.
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