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American actor and comedian
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Josh Meyers

Josh Meyers in 2018
Joshua Dylan Meyers

(1976-01-08) January 8, 1976 (age 46)

Bedford, New Hampshire, US
Occupation Actor, comedian
Years active 2001–present
Known for That ’70s Show
Relatives Seth Meyers (brother)

Joshua Dylan Meyers (/ˈmərz/ MY-ərz; born January 8, 1976) is an American actor and comedian, known for being a cast member of the sketch comedy series MADtv and playing Randy Pearson in the eighth and final season of That ’70s Show He is the younger brother of former SNL cast member and Late Night host Seth Meyers

Early life and education

Meyers was born in Bedford, New Hampshire, on January 8, 1976, the younger of two boys born of Hilary Claire Meyers (née Olson), a French teacher, and Laurence Meyers Jr, who worked in finance

He attended Manchester High School West in Manchester, New Hampshire He went on to graduate from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois Meyers’ paternal grandfather was Ashkenazi Jewish, and his other ancestry is Czech–Austrian and Croatian (from his paternal grandmother), Swedish, English, and German



Meyers officially joined the cast of MADtv in 2002, as a featured performer for the eighth season He would fill in the spot of the Spishak Spokesperson that David Herman and Pat Kilbane previously owned Meyers was also known for his celebrity impersonations, including Anna Nicole Smith’s son, Daniel, various members of ‘N Sync (particularly Justin Timberlake), rapper Eminem, and actor Owen Wilson

Meyers’s appearances on MADtv on Fox aired directly opposite his brother Seth’s appearances on Saturday Night Live on NBC, making Josh Meyers the only MADtv cast member to have a family member (blood-related or otherwise) be a cast member on Saturday Night Live This was referenced on a season 28 episode of Saturday Night Live in which Seth appears on Weekend Update to talk to his father and tells him to turn off MADtv and pay attention to him

Other work

When Topher Grace left That ’70s Show at the end of the show’s seventh season, Meyers was chosen as a replacement, starring as Randy Pearson during the eighth and final season In 2006, Meyers made an appearance in the feature film Date Movie, where he plays Napoleon Dynamite and Owen Wilson’s character from Wedding Crashers

Meyers has a supporting role in the 2008 film College Road Trip, and appeared alongside Pee-wee Herman in the 2010 stage show revival of The Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway


Year Title Role Notes
2001 Down ESU cop #5
2002 Snapshots Hooligan in red light district
2005 The Adventures of Big Handsome Guy and His Little Friend Bar jerk Short film
2006 Date Movie Napoleon Dynamite/Owen Wilson look-alike
2007 Wrangling Coach Rankin Josh Short film
2008 College Road Trip Stuart
2009 Brüno Kookus
2010 How to Make Love to a Woman Andy Conners
2013 Straight A’s Jason
Inventing Adam Adam
The Sidekick Jimmy T Short film
Cafe Attitude Short film
2014 Going to America Andy
2016 Pee-wee’s Big Holiday Sylvester
2018 The Oath Jason Feldman
Year Title Role Notes
2002–2004 MADtv Various 47 episodes
2003 Half & Half Big Fat Slim Jim 2 episodes
2004 Life as We Know It Sam Conner Episode: “Family Hard-ships”
2005–2006 That ’70s Show Randy Pearson Main cast (season 8); 21 episodes
2006 Lovespring International Cal Episode: “The Portrait and the Painter”
2011 The Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway Various voices Television film
2012 Are You There, Chelsea Dr Carl Rosen Episode: “The Gynecologist”
Breaking In Abe Frohman Episode: “Who’s the Boss”
2013 Newsreaders Andrew Clatter Episode: “Unborn Again”
The Mindy Project Adam Episode: “Pretty Man”
Behind the Candelabra Liberace’s attorney Television film
2014 A to Z Chad Episode: “F Is for Fight, Fight, Fight!”
2014–2017 Red Oaks Barry Main cast
2015 Man Seeking Woman Frankenboyfriend Episode: “Teacup”
The McCarthys Jason Episode: “Cutting the Cord”
2016 Angie Tribeca Ned & Ted Doppleganger Episode: “You’ve Got Blackmail”
2022 Quantum Leap Percival “Uncle Percy“ Gray Episode: “O Ye of Little Faith”
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Floored and Lifted Matthew Episode: “Matthew”
My Long Distance Relationship Professor Barnes Television film
2010 Pee-wee Gets an iPad! Clocky/Conky (voice) Funny or Die short
2011 Workshop Apartment leasing agent Episode: “Sparkle White Gum”
2012 Dark Prophet Agent Noah Parish Episode: “Pilot”
2013–2015 The Awesomes Perfect Man / Thug #3 (voice) 28 episodes
2014 Charles, Your Hangover Rickey, the apprentice Episode: “The Apprentice”
2016 Kings of Con Kent O’Grady Episode: “Bellevue, WA”

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