Date of Birth
25 December 1994, Ridgewood, New Jersey, USA
5' 3" (1.6 m)
Josh Flitter was born in Ridgewood NJ and grew up in Marlboro NJ. Josh was discovered by a local management company TM Talent when he was 5 years old and began to book commercials and small parts on various TV shows. Josh got a great break at the age of 8 when he auditioned for Bravos reality series "Situation Comedy" and was chosen out of hundreds of boys to play the lead of Stephen in "Stephens Life" . Sean Hayes and Todd Millner produced the series and Fred Savage directed. Josh was also cast as the youngest brother of 4 in "My Life With Men" for and ABC pilot which starred Wendi Malick. At the ripe age of 10, Josh auditioned for Bill Paxton who then directed him along with Shia LeBeouf in "The Greatest Game Ever Played". Josh was cast as Eddie Lowery , the pint sizes caddie to the amateur golfer Francis Ouimet portrayed by Shia Le Beouf. Josh was spotted by the great producer Jerry Weintraub while appearing on the Jay Leno show and Jerry personally called him to ask him to play the role of Corky in " Nancy Drew" starring Emma Roberts. Jerry said that he would re write the role for him if he took it and he did! After the success of Nancy Drew , Josh was offered many opportunities and landed the role of Mike, choir boy in "License to Wed' opposite the great Robin Williams. While promoting the film on Larry King, Robin Williams said he never saw such comedy timing in a young kid like he did in Josh. Josh went on to appear in several episodics and feature films into his teen years. Josh recently graduated for SVA in New York City with his BFA in Directing. Josh continues to work when the opportunities arise and also studies and takes classes with the improv company ,The Upright Citizens Brigade.
Is an avid baseball fan of the New York Mets.
He has a brother, Scott, and 2 dogs, Richter and Lucy.
Also loves the New York Rangers
Josh is attending college at the School of Visual Arts in the BFA program for film and Television. He is still acting and actively working in the business [September 2012]