McGuire graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art with a BA(Hons) in Acting. Prior to graduation, he had been a member of Playbox Theatre Company, and was involved in minor radio dramas and Shakespearean productions.
While still a drama student, McGuire first came to attention for his role in the premiere of Laura Wade's satirical play Posh in which he portrayed a student member of the "Riot Club", a parody of the Bullingdon Club at Oxford University.
He has made cameo appearances in a number of BBC sitcoms and drama series and was a cast member in the 2011 BBC Two series The Hour. He also starred as assistant to Stephen Fry's character in the comedy series The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, a parody of Charles Dickens' works.[not in citation given]
|2010||EastEnders: E20||Olly Manthrope-Hall||3 episodes|
|2010||Doctors||James Neathercote||1 episode|
|2011 - 2013||The Hour||Isaac Wengrow||6 episodes|
|2011||The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff||Fearshiver||1 episode|
|2012||A Young Doctor's Notebook||Even Younger Doctor||1 episode|
|2013||You, Me & Them||Tim Walker||4 episodes|
|2014||Scrotal Recall||Angus||4 episodes|
|2014||Mr Turner||John Ruskin||Feature Film|
|2014||Get Santa||Feature Film|
"Amadeus" (Chichester Festival Theatre Mozart
|2001||King John||Royal Shakespeare Company||Arthur|
|2010||Posh||Royal Court Theatre||Guy Bellingfield|
|2010||Hay Fever||Rose Theatre, Kingston||Simon Bliss|
|2012||Posh||Duke of York's Theatre||Guy Bellingfield|
|2012-13||The Magistrate||National Theatre||Cis Farringdon|
|2014||Privacy||Donmar Warehouse||The Writer|
|2014||The Ruling Class||Trafalgar Studios||Dinsdale Gurney|
- The Good (Inte)review – Joshua McGuire, The Good Review, 10 May 2011
- "Joshua McGuire".
- RADA Annual Review 2010-11
- "It's toffs at the top in this classy satire". dailymail.co.uk. 16 April 2010.
- "Great Expectations for Robert Webb in Charles Dickens spoof". London Evening Standard. 29 November 2011.
- Robbie Collin (31 October 2014). "Mr Turner, review: 'Spall is like a moulting, phlegmy Gruffalo'". Telegraph.co.uk.
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