- July 2, 2016
-- Comedian/Actor Josh Server, more frequently identified for his recurring roles on the hit television show All That
, will appear alongside other cast members at the 2016 Comic-Con International. Josh was the only member of the iconic television show who remained for all six seasons. Josh will reunite with cast members Danny Tamberelli, Lori Beth Denberg and Kel Mitchell and promises other added surprises. Cast members always look forward to ComiCon International. It continues to draw thousands of fans from all over the world. Fans will have an opportunity to meet cast members who will reminisce about their experiences on the show and their many funny moments.
Josh's popularity has grown since taking on the role of Ralph in the Amazon series Good Girls Revolt. The show is garnering extremely good reviews. Josh has appeared in the first four episodes of the show, based on Lynn Povich's book. The series, a departure from Josh's comedic roles, gave him an opportunity to work with other veteran actors of film and television, such as Genevieve Angelson. Genevieve is most frequently recognized as the actress from the Showtime television series House of Lies. The series was created by former journalist for Variety Magazine, Dana Calvo, who felt strongly that the show would revitalize journalistic television.About Josh Server:
Server began his acting career at a very young age. He was one of the original cast members of the popular 90's television show, All That
. He is also remembered for his guest appearances on various Nickelodeon (http://en.wikipedia.org/
)) shows. He other All That
alumni were panelists on the Nickelodeon game show, Figure It Out
). Josh appeared in numerous Nickelodeon series until 2006 when he began starring in the web seriesLaugh Out Loud
with Kenan Thompson. In early 2007, he made a TV appearance in a Season 3 episode of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide
and as Agent Partridge in an episode of Sam & Cat (http://en.wikipedia.org/
Cat) in 2014. Most current: Recurring role on Amazon's hit series Good Girls Revolt.