Joshua spent the first few years of his life growing up with an idyllic lifestyle on the Cocos Keeling Islands, before moving to Perth and following his father around at the Hopman Cup for 16 years, where he gained an insight into the sports and entertainment industry. It wasn’t until high school that Joshua discovered his passion for theatre where he was selected to play the roles of Prez in The Pajama Game and Koko in The Mikado. He also garnered a Finley Award Best Supporting Actor nomination for his role as Robbie in A Man of No Importance.

Joshua’s WAAPA credits include: And The World Goes Round (Directed/Choreographed by Nancye Hayes); Mudjekeewis in Hiawatha; The Beautiful Game (Directed/Choreographed by Meryl Tankard); Superintendent/Ensemble in The Drowsy Chaperone and Steven in Bring It On (Directed by James Moody, Choreographed by Michael Ralph – where he was described by the West Australian as the “Picture Perfect Boyfriend”)

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