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Actor/Comedian Josh Server Joins Original Cast of the 90's Hit TV Show for A Nostalgic Reunion
Josh Server, well known for his comedic acting roles, joins the original cast of "All That" the 90's hit TV sitcom for a nostalgic reunion. Who can forget the lines, "Welcome to Good Burger, Home of the Good Burger, May I take your order please."
By: DH Public Relations
The cast will reminisce about their good times on the show and will talk about some of the funny moments on the set. Although “All That,” a tween version of Saturday Night Live has always had a strong fan base with memorable sketches, a resurgence of interest came about after Jimmy Fallon reunited Kel Mitchell and Saturday Night Live cast member Kenan Thompson parodying their legendary Good Burger sketch.
Nickelodeon, jumping in while the nostalgia iron is hot, has gone old school, to the delight of many with its recent announcement of The Splat!. The show will be included as part of a series of 90’s Nickelodeon shows including: All That, Rugrats, Angry Beavers, Legends Of The Hidden Temple, Rocko’s Modern Life, Hey Arnold!, and The Wild Thornberries. The Splat!, looking towards interaction with fans and new viewers will be tapping into “All That’s” passionate internet fan base.
All three actors transitioned well from teen actors to responsible adults without the stereotypical fate of drugs, nervous breakdowns and ill-fated reality TV shows. Josh has diversified his career by participating in a number of industry related events, such as speaking engagements and as a panelist at the Screen Actors Guild addressing issues of transitioning from acting at a young age to that of a working adult. Most recently he was asked to appear as a spokesperson at a seminar in Las Vegas.
Josh feels very fortunate about his contribution to pop culture and that people fondly remember the show. He is currently signed to the Abstract Talent Agency, who is working with him on several projects in development as well as consideration for upcoming acting roles. He can be seen in the upcoming release of Uploaded directed by Kamran Delan.
"I grew up in the industry and after taking a short sabbatical I was encouraged to return to a full time career," said Josh. “I’m certainly glad I did.”
About Josh Server
Server began his career at age 15 as an original regular cast member of “All That,” where he developed several characters while on the show. His years of experience have given him a broad perspective of the industry. Now with the titles executive producer, writer and public speaker under his belt, Josh is taking his charismatic personality and talents to another level with Abstract Talent.
In 1997, based on one of “All That’s” sketches, he starred along with other cast members in the feature film Good Burger. Server made guest appearances on other Nickelodeon shows until 2002, including the Nickelodeon game show, Figure It Out where he and other "All That" alumni were panelists.
Not one to ride on his popular past, Server continues to move forward in his career and returned to "All That" in 2005 for their10th Anniversary. Along with Kenan Thompson, Server also began starring in the web series Laugh Out Loud in 2006.
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