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First review is out for Josiah's play, A Touch of Forever!
More information on A Touch of Forever at:
Josiah's original play A Touch of Forever has been accepted into Fringe NYC!  Details to come.
Check out Josiah's podcast at
Come see Josiah as the Minotaur in "The Minotaur Goes..." as part of "The Labyrinth".  Check out:
Come see Josiah as Bobby in "Alice and the Bunny Hole"!  For tickets, check out:

Josiah will be be playing Bobby in "Alice and the Bunny Hole" this August.  More information coming soon.
Josiah is now a proud member of SAG-AFTRA!

Josiah will make an appearance in the film "Heaven is Now" from Age of Women Films. 

Josiah is starting up a new theatre company!  Check out for more info!

Come see "Something Outrageous" at the 45th Street Theatre June 17, 18, 24, and 25!  Josiah will be performing with the 8:00 cast.  You may purchase tickets on

Josiah will be performing in "Something Outrageous", a sketch comedy/improv satire at the 45th Street Theatre on the last two Saturdays of June.  More information coming soon. 

Check out the new headshots by Jeff Mosier in the photo section!

Had a great headshot session with Jeff Mosier.  I will be uploading the final headshot choices soon but you can check out his amazing work in the meantime at

Josiah is back from his honeymoon and submitting again, also stay tuned for new headshots.

Wedding day!

It is Josiah's birthday!

Josiah will be acting in Starving Artists, an Art Institute student film.

Josiah will be acting in The Ring, an Art Institue student film.
He is currently collaborating with a talented group of artists on a musical in which he is writing the book to.
Josiah will be acting in Park Chase, a Pace University student film.

Josiah DeAndrea grew up in Lawrenceville and South Brunswick, New Jersey.  His first acting experience took place in middle school, where he appeared in a short film involving an alien invasion of a middle school. Three years later, he appeared in high school theatre productions and wrote skits for various school events.  This jumpstarted his desire to pursue an education in his newly found passion for acting and writing.

He attended Mercer County College, receiving an AA degree in Communications: Speech and Theatre, and had his first original play produced in the Studio theatre.  During that time, he began his NYC career with To Be Loved, and was accepted into BFA Acting program at Pace University shortly thereafter.  Throughout his time at Pace, he performed in various productions and films in the school and in NYC, as well as having a number of his original plays have Off Off Broadway productions.

Now a graduate, he is residing in New York City with his wife Melody, continuing life as an actor, writer, and director.

Actor. Writer. Director

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