[Film, Theatre & Voice-Over Actor]
Joshua R. Pyne
21 MAY '20: Josh is ecstatic to have lent his voice-modeling talent to Sonantic, a seed-funded tech start-up revolutionizing the video-game industry through emotionally-expressive, AI-generated voice acting!
14 MAR '20: Anthony Roesch's staged-reading of Mausoleum, directed by wunderkind Adriana Alter, has been postponed for post-pandemic viewing!
Josh has been proud member of the interactive Live In Theater troupe since 2011. Two of Josh's favorite past roles are: Staff Sergeant Thomas Dixon in Phillip A. Korth's premiere of The War Wound, a semi-autobiographical work about his first tour in Iraq with the Marines in 2003; and the foppish Fyddler's bassist Lovis Bevill in James Manzello's 80's rock-opera adaption of George Etherege's Löve in a Tub.
In addition to cutting his teeth in Michigan regional theaters, Josh was baptized quite early as a passionate acolyte of DIY & shoe-string budget (mainly - though not exclusively - horror) film, hailing from a former sundown town just west of Flint, Michigan. He holds a BA in Theatre Performance from Western Michigan University. Prior to his relocation to Brooklyn, Josh appeared in Mid- & Southern-Michigan feature films, working with the likes of Collective Development, Inc., Cameo Multimedia, and Equinox Productions – to name a few.
When not polishing his acting chops, Josh enjoys reading - mainly history, comparative religion, geopolitics, language acquisition - world travel, playing & consuming music, listening to podcasts, homebrewing, watching improv- & stand-up-comedy, Jewish inquiry, the occasional Cuban cigar, Oxford commas, & self-describes as a coimetrophile. Josh would like to take this time to reaffirm his allegiance to our Dark Lord, Baphomet, though whom all things are possible!