• Josh Blaylock is an American actor best known for his role in "Video Game High School"
• He was born in Plano, Texas and raised in Lucas, Texas
• His acting career began in 2004 with his first role in "Crossing the Trinity"
• His net worth is estimated to be around $2 million
• As of mid-2018, he is active on various social media networks, including Twitter and Instagram
Known for movies
|Fact||Owns his own horse.|
Who is actor Josh Blaylock?
Born Joshua Darton Blaylock under the sign of Aries on the 29th of March 1990 in Plano, Texas USA, Josh is a Caucasian actor, perhaps best known to the world for his significant presence on the TV screen as Brian D in the RocketJump Studios web series entitled “Video Game High School”, as well as for being the ex-husband of the actress Johanna Braddy. He has had a number of other roles in various films and TV shows over the course of his often lucrative acting career, since 2004.
Early Life and Education
Posted by Josh Blaylock on Sunday, July 6, 2014
Josh was only 14 years old when he made his screen debut, in the short film “Crossing the Trinity.” The next year, he featured in his TV series debut entitled “The Bernie Mac Show”, in which he remained from 2005 to 2006. In the latter year, he also starred as Noah Taylor in his feature film debut entitled “Not Like Everyone Else”, then in 2007 he had a screen presence in the legendary “No Country for Old Men” by the Coen brothers, alongside Javier Bardem and Tommy Lee Jones. This resulted in five more roles over the course of the following two years, while in 2010 he made his mark that many would kill for, being chosen to lend his voice to Jack Marston, the son of John Marston, who is the protagonist in the legendary “Read Dead Redemption” videogame, oftentimes described as the best game ever made. He had only four roles across 2011 and 2012, but one of them was extremely significant for his career, playing Brian D in 21 episodes of “Video Game High School”, which is where he also met his future wife. With just three more roles after that, it doesn’t look like Josh has been acting since 2017, however, he is now a full-fledged photographer.
What is Josh Blaylock’s Net Worth?
Have you ever wondered how rich Josh Blaylock is, as of mid-2018? According to various authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the current total of Josh’s accumulated wealth is close to $2 million – although his current income as a photographer is unknown – largely aided by his numerous successes in the entertainment industry, with the greatest contribution coming from his long-term screen presence as Brian D in “Video Game High School.” As his career continues to develop, the said amount can be expected to increase.
FPS team is back in business! #vghs3 let's go, VIDEO GAMES!! pic.twitter.com/LqCxwAE9pL
— Josh Blaylock (@blaylock_josh) March 9, 2014
Concerning the physical attributes of the experienced reporter, his height is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) but other statistics are unknown. His hair is pitch dark and his eyes are dark brown, while his body shape is generally described as regular.
Social Media Presence
Due to the major influence of social networks, it is nowadays a regular thing for active reporters to nourish a close and active relationship with their fans, for the sake of increasing the popularity of the TV channels they’re employed at, and thus their own net worth. It looks like Josh is a regular subscriber, if not the leading example of this celebrity trend, as his presence is quite ubiquitous on all social media networks. His Facebook page doesn’t show the number of followers, but his Twitter account has almost 40,000 fans, and his Instagram account almost 15,000.
|Nominations||PGA Television Producer of the Year Award in Episodic - Outstanding Digital Series|
|Movies||Carnal Innocence, Shit Year, No Country for Old Men|
|TV Shows||Video Game High School|
Social profile links
|1||Married to Johanna Braddy since November 2012.|
|2||Moved to LA after turning 18.|
|3||Owns his own horse.|
|4||Born and raised in Texas.|
|5||Has 1 older brother.|
|RocketJump: The Show||2016||TV Series||Bartender|
|Video Game High School||2012-2014||TV Series||Brian D|
|The Realms of Labyrinth||2014||TV Series||Tea Guest|
|Dean Slater: Resident Advisor||2013||Douche|
|Warehouse 13||2013||TV Series||Nick Powell|
|Conan Intern Diaries||2012||TV Mini-Series||Henrik|
|Carnal Innocence||2011||TV Movie||Cy Hatinger|
|Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare||2010||Video Game||John 'Jack' Marston Jr. (voice, uncredited)|
|Red Dead Redemption||2010||Video Game||John 'Jack' Marston Jr. (voice)|
|Shit Year||2010||Not Marcus|
|Freedom Riders||2009||TV Series|
|Love at First Hiccup||2009||Guy|
|American Experience||2009||TV Series documentary||Young John Ross|
|No Country for Old Men||2007||Boy on Bike|
|Not Like Everyone Else||2006||TV Movie||Noah Taylor (as Joshua Blaycock)|
|The Bernie Mac Show||2005-2006||TV Series||Todd|
|Crossing the Trinity||2004||Short|
|The Making of 16-Love||2011||TV Short documentary||Himself|
|2015||IAWTV Award||International Academy of Web Television Awards||Best Ensemble Performance (Comedy)||Video Game High School (2012)|
|2015||Streamy Award||The Streamy Awards||Best Ensemble Cast||Video Game High School (2012)|
|2014||Streamy Award||The Streamy Awards||Best Ensemble Cast||Video Game High School (2012)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia