bioJosh Ruben is a 5-time Webby award winning actor, writer, and director, best known for appearing in thousands of shorts for comedy megasite CollegeHumor. In 2017, Splitsider published two articles - “Josh Ruben Should Be a Snapchat Superstar" and the other singing praises of his short film, FREDDY DERRYL: "Like Fargo, Freddy Derryl boasts a quiet, inimitable indigenousness that could’ve only come to hilarious fruition in these sets of hands." Currently, Josh is directing half of upcoming Netflix series, "The Green Beret's Guide To Surviving: The Apocalypse" executive produced by Matt Damon & Peter Berg.
Josh was listed in Paste Magazine’s “The 15 Best You Made It Weird Episodes” in reference to a 2-hour interview where Josh and Pete Holmes (HBO's "Crashing") do ridiculous impressions, warranting its own Thanksgiving re-release on Nerdist. Josh's podcast, The Mindhouse, part of Jake & Amir’s HeadGum network, debuted its first live show at SXSW in March 2016.
Josh appeared opposite Adam Devine in Season 3 of "Adam Devine’s House Party" on Comedy Central, as the son of Chris Elliott and Amy Sedaris in Go90's "Thanksgiving" and co-stars in feature indie, "What Children Do", an official selection of the 2017 Cinequest Film Festival. Josh is also one of the founding producers of The Woodstock Comedy Festival, a non-profit event in his home town of Woodstock, New York, which donates all proceeds to the fight against domestic violence and human trafficking.
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I've directed a sh*t ton of sketches & narrative short films. Now, I'm in Vancouver, BC shooting 4 episodes of a Netflix series produced by Matt Damon & Peter Berg! Meantime, check out some faves:
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Great guests and funny voices with Josh Ruben. The Mindhouse Podcast is kind of like “WTF” but less articulate. New episodes Tuesdays! Intro track by my sister, Rachael Yamagata!