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Joshua Rosenthal


Josh Rosenthal, originally from Australia, graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting). His grandfather was the famous pre WWII broadway producer, Morris Rose, who together with W. Fields produced various hit musicals at the Shubert Theater including one of Gerswhin's early arrangements, ... See full bio »
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Known For

The Last Godfather
(2010)
The Bet
The Bet Detective
(2006)
Book of Fire
(2015)
Go Big
Go Big Old Boy #2
(2004)

Filmography

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 2015 Book of Fire
Nazi
 2010 Hopelessly Devoted (Short)
Ben
 2006 The Bet
Detective (as Josh Rosenthal)
 2004 Go Big (TV Movie)
Old Boy #2
 1997-2003 Home and Away (TV Series)
Wayne Cook / Scott Phillips / Wayne
- Episode #1.2238 (1997) ... Wayne
 1998 Murder Call (TV Series)
Vic Panayi
- Cry Wolf (1998) ... Vic Panayi
 1996 Page 73 (Short)
Walker
 1996 Water Rats (TV Series)
Gary White
- The Shaft (1996) ... Gary White
- V.I.P. (1996) ... Gary White
 1995 Bordertown (TV Mini-Series)
Dave
 1995 Police Rescue (TV Series)
Young Wayne
- Conduct Endangering Life (1995) ... Young Wayne

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Grandfather was the famous pre WWII broadway producer, Morris Rose who produced such hit shows as "Blue Eyes" in 1921 at the 44th St Shubert Theater and "The Tragedy of Nan" at the Casino and 39th Street Theaters (since closed in 1930. See more »

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