Josh Schell began training at the American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) before going on to earn a BFA from the University of Southern California. After graduating from USC, he returned to the San Francisco Bay Area where he has acted professionally in nearly two dozen plays, taking on roles in everything from Tarell Alvin McCraney’s In the Red and Brown Water to Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. In addition to his work onstage, he has acted in several indie movies, including Other Side of the Box (2018) (Best Midnight Short, SXSW 2019), For the Coyotes (2015) (premiered at the Bend Film Festival and called “a master course for micro-budget filmmakers” by the San Francisco Chronicle), The Whistler (2013) (which has accumulated over 440K views on YouTube), and Feed (2017) (released by Sony Pictures). His commercial credits include TV spots and industrials for companies like Toyota, Google, and Samsung. He was named “Best Actor” by San Francisco Weekly for his work in Bay Area theater and is a proud member of both SAG-AFTRA and AEA. Since 2017, he has been living in Los Angeles.
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