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|Born||Joshua Dylan Meyers
January 8, 1976
Bedford, New Hampshire, U.S.
Joshua Dylan "Josh" Meyers (born January 8, 1976) is an American actor and comedian, known for being a cast member of the sketch comedy series Mad TV and playing Randy Pearson in the eighth and final season of That '70s Show. He is the younger brother of Late Night host Seth Meyers.
Early life and education
Meyers was born in Bedford, New Hampshire on January 8, 1976, the son of Hilary Claire (née Olson), a middle school French teacher, and Laurence Meyers, Jr., who works 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 Jewish; his other ancestry is Czech-Austrian (from his paternal grandmother), Swedish, English, and German.
Meyers officially joined the cast of Mad TV 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, rapper Eminem, and actor Owen Wilson.
Meyers's appearances on Mad TV on Fox aired directly opposite his brother Seth's appearances on Saturday Night Live on NBC. 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 Mad TV and pay attention to him.
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 Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway, TheThe Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway.
|2001||Down||ESU cop #5|
|2002||Snapshots||Hooligan in red light district|
|2005||Adventures of Big Handsome Guy and His Little Friend, TheThe 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||My Long Distance Relationship||Professor Barnes||Television film|
|2010||How to Make Love to a Woman||Andy Conners|
|2011||Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway, TheThe Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway||Various voices||Television film|
|2013||Behind the Candelabra||Liberace's attorney||Television film|
|2013||Sidekick, TheThe Sidekick||Jimmy T||Short film|
|2013||Cafe Attitude||N/A||Short film|
|2002–2004||Mad TV||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"|
|2012||Are You There, Chelsea?||Dr. Carl Rosen||Episode: "The Gynecologist"|
|2012||Breaking In||Abe Frohman||Episode: "Who's the Boss"|
|2013||Newsreaders||Andrew Clatter||Episode: "Unborn Again"|
|2013||Mindy Project, TheThe Mindy Project||Adam||Episode: "Pretty Man"|
|2009||Floored and Lifted||Matthew||Episode: "Matthew"|
|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||Awesomes, TheThe Awesomes||Perfect Man (voice)||7 episodes|
|2013||Awesomes, TheThe Awesomes||Thug #3 (voice)||Episode: "Baby's Got Backstory"|
|2014||Charles, Your Hangover||Rickey, the apprentice||Episode: "The Apprentice"|
- "Miss Hilary Olson marries Mr. Meyers". Boston Globe. July 5, 1970.
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- "Jewz in the Newz". The American Israelite. 2013-07-17. Retrieved 2014-02-28.
- Bloom, Nate. "Interfaith Celebrities: Glee News; Seth Meyers Gets Engaged; Bas". InterfaithFamily. Retrieved 2014-04-25.
- Rowles, Dustin (January 30, 2014). "Who Remembers That Seth Meyers' Little Brother Replaced Eric and Kelso on 'That 70's Show'?". Pajiba. Retrieved February 22, 2015.