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In Their Skin (a.k.a. Replicas)


Josh Close has been acting for nearly a decade and made his writing/directorial debut with "Short On Love" in 2009. His first professional acting job was offered to him by Kathryn Bigelow for "K19:The Windowmaker", playing Viktor Bokov, aide to Harrison Ford's character. He has gone on to collaborate with directors such as Paul Thomas Anderson, Stephen Hopkins, Scott Derrickson, Canada's own Jacob Tierney, Helen Shaver, Jeremy Podeswa and Stephen T. Kay, to name a few.

Recently Josh starred in the acclaimed Spielberg/Hanks HBO mini-series "The Pacific" and joined the ensemble cast of the Sony/ABC short-lived but critically applauded "The Unusuals" alongside Jeremy Renner, Adam Goldberg, Amber Tamblyn and Terry Kinney. He won a best supporting actor award at the 2011 Geminis for his work on "Thorne: Sleepyhead" alongside Eddie Marsan, David Morrissey and Natasha McElhone. He also wrote "Replicas," a film in which he starred opposite Selma Blair and James D'Arcy and was produced by his younger brother Justin Close.

Currently, he's coming off Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" and writing his next film, "Kiss Me Goodnight" for himself to star in and brother to direct. He splits his time between his hometown Toronto, Los Angeles and New York.

Josh on IMDb