Josh Meyers (actor)

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Joshua Dylan 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.wikipedia
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He is the younger brother of former SNL cast member and Late Night host Seth Meyers.
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That '70s Show

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Joshua Dylan 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. When Topher Grace left That '70s Show at the end of the show's seventh season, Meyers was chosen as a replacement, starring as Randy Pearson during the eighth and final season.
Another new character named Randy Pearson, played by Josh Meyers, was introduced to take the place of both Eric and, to a lesser extent, Charlie.

Late Night with Seth Meyers

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He is the younger brother of former SNL cast member and Late Night host Seth Meyers.
An annual holiday tradition since the show's debut year has been an episode broadcast on Thanksgiving night in which the only guests are Meyers' parents, Hilary and Larry, and his younger brother Josh.

Manchester High School West

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He attended Manchester High School West in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Bedford, New Hampshire

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Meyers was born in Bedford, New Hampshire, on January 8, 1976, the younger of two boys born of Hilary Claire (née Olson), a French teacher, and Laurence Meyers Jr., who worked in finance.

That '70s Show (season 8)

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When Topher Grace left That '70s Show at the end of the show's seventh season, Meyers was chosen as a replacement, starring as Randy Pearson during the eighth and final season.
This season also marked a major change in the series, as a new character was introduced to take Eric's place named Randy Pearson (portrayed by new cast member Josh Meyers) and the departure of Michael Kelso, who was portrayed by Ashton Kutcher.

Date Movie

In 2006, Meyers made an appearance in the feature film Date Movie, where he plays Napoleon Dynamite and Owen Wilson's character from Wedding Crashers.
Julia Jones (Alyson Hannigan) is an obese woman who dreams of marrying Napoleon Dynamite (Josh Meyers), but even in her dreams she is rejected.

Topher Grace

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When Topher Grace left That '70s Show at the end of the show's seventh season, Meyers was chosen as a replacement, starring as Randy Pearson during the eighth and final season.
His character was written out and replaced with a new character named Randy Pearson (Josh Meyers).

How to Make Love to a Woman

How to Make Love to a Woman is a 2010 American comedy film directed by Scott Culver and written by Dennis Kao, both making their respective debuts, starring Josh Meyers, Krysten Ritter, Ian Somerhalder and Jenna Jameson.

College Road Trip

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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 The Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway.

Going to America (film)

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The film stars Eddie Griffin, Josh Meyers, Najarra Townsend, Dave Vescio and Penny Marshall.

Life as We Know It (TV series)

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Workshop (web series)

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Special guest stars in Season 2 include Don Stark from That '70s Show, Josh Meyers from That '70s Show and MADtv, and Marie Wilson from As the World Turns.

The Pee-wee Herman Show

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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 The Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway.

The Awesomes

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Ike Barinholtz, Bobby Lee, Josh Meyers, Taran Killam, and David Herman were all cast members from the Fox series MADtv.

Sketch comedy

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Joshua Dylan 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.

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Joshua Dylan 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.

Saturday Night Live

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He is the younger brother of former SNL cast member and Late Night host Seth Meyers.

Manchester, New Hampshire

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He attended Manchester High School West in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Northwestern University

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He went on to graduate from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

Evanston, Illinois

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He went on to graduate from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.

Jews

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Meyers' paternal grandfather was Jewish, and his other ancestry is Czech–Austrian and Croatian (from his paternal grandmother), Swedish, English, and German.