Josh Radnor

Josh Radnor is an actor, writer, director, and musician originally from Columbus, Ohio. As an actor he has starred in long-running television shows (How I Met Your Mother), short-running television shows (Rise, Mercy Street), films (Jill Soloway's debut feature "Afternoon Delight"), on Broadway (The Graduate, Disgraced), and off. He wrote and directed two feature films (Happythankyoumoreplease & Liberal Arts) both of which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival before being released in theaters, the former winning the 2010 Audience Award. His writing has appeared in The Rumpus and LA Times Magazine, among others. For the last few years he's been making music with the Aussie musician Ben Lee as Radnor & Lee. Their self-titled debut album was released in November of 2017. They are currently recording their second album. He lives in Los Angeles and New York.
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Actor Josh Radnor on How the Holidays Can Put Life — and Death — Into Perspective

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The Life-Changing Exercise I Learned in Acting Class

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Actor Josh Radnor On Voting, Fear and Fighting For Progress

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Actor Josh Radnor On Getting Older and Resisting the Urge to Play It Safe

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Actor Josh Radnor On Why We Should Be Upfront About Our Flaws and Wounds

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“Better to Light a Candle Than to Curse the Darkness.”

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Actor/Director Josh Radnor on His First Heartbreak and The Album That Got Him Through It

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Josh Radnor: “It’s the Only Thing”

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“I Came to See That It Was Pride That Was Holding Me Hostage.”

by Josh Radnor

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