Joshua Keller Katz is an American screenwriter, actor, and disabled U.S. military veteran based in Los Angeles, California. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, where, as a child, he appeared in local radio and television commercials and, later, in local community theater productions. As a teen, he landed a small role in Paramount Picture's Milk Money. Katz first started writing around that time as a freelance writer for the popular Cincinnati publication Everybody's News. Upon completing high school, he served in the United States Navy as a Gunner's Mate, becoming a Missile Tech and a first defense responder to NY and DC on 9/11. Following his military commitment, Katz graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a degree in electronic media. In 2015 Joshua participated in the Veterans Writing Project, a year-long screenwriting mentorship at the WGA. Upon graduating from the course, Joshua founded the Alumni Association. He is currently a WGA Mentor for the Program. Joshua has continued to act on-camera, including a recurring co-star role on all three seasons of Code Black on CBS. He has worked as a military advisor for countless film and TV productions, and he wrote a series of commercials for Under Armour. Joshua recently took on the role of Assistant to the Executive Producers for the CBS sitcom, United States of Al, where he is also a credited writer.
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