Bowman at the PaleyFest 2012
|Born||Joshua Tobias Bowman
4 March 1988
Windsor and Maidenhead, Berkshire, England
|Partner(s)||Emily VanCamp (2011-present)|
Bowman was born in Berkshire. His sister, Scarlett Bowman, is a former Hollyoaks star. In 2009 he had a brief relationship with singer Amy Winehouse and is a friend of rugby player Danny Cipriani. Bowman's father is Jewish, and Bowman stated that he "feels Jew-ish". Bowman's other ancestry is English, Irish, and more distant Italian.
Bowman made his acting debut in 2007 playing Dimitri in the TV series Genie in the House. He then spent two years on the British series Holby City and went on to appear in the films 13Hrs, Prowl, Exteriors and Love’s Kitchen. In 2011, he joined the ABC Family show Make It or Break It, playing a gymnast named Max Spencer. In 2011 he was selected as one of the Stars of Tomorrow by Screen International. Bowman played Daniel Grayson a series regular in the ABC series, Revenge.
|2007||Genie in the House||Dimitri/Royal Hunk||2 episodes:
"You've Been Framed"
|2009–10||Holby City||Scott James||9 episodes|
|2010||13Hrs or Night Wolf||Doug Walker|
|2011||Love's Kitchen||Roberto Alesandro|
|2011||Make It or Break It||Max||Recurring season 2|
|2011–14||Revenge||Daniel Grayson||Series regular, 76 episodes|
|2012||So Undercover||Nicholas||Release date is 7 December 2012 in the UK|
|2013||The Last Keepers||Taylor||Post-production|
- Amy Winehouse swaps bad boy Blake for Danny Cipriani's hunky clean cut friend as she holidays in Caribbean Daily Mail. 6 January 2009
- Gal, Shirit (17 July 2012). "Joshua Bowman from "Revenge": "I feel Jewish"". ynet. Retrieved 16 October 2012.
- "The Hit List: This Week’s Hottest Entertainment in Israel (Week 9, 2012)". AbbaNibbi.com. 5 March 2012. Retrieved 7 April 2012.
- Trevorrow, Jennifer (14 January 2009). "Amy Winehouse's Holiday Fling Josh Bowman Finds Her "Embarassing"". Entertainmentwise. Retrieved 7 April 2012.
- "Josh Bowman on Jimmel Kimmel Live, Part I". Jimmy Kimmel Live!. 26 January 2013. Retrieved 24 February 2013.
- US Weekly. "Celebrity Bio". Retrieved 15 November 2012.
- Screen unveils 2011 Stars of Tomorrow Screen Daily. 30 June 2011