Josh recorded the song "Remember" for the movie Troy.
Josh's PBS special in 2002 was the number one selling DVD in 2002.
Josh sang at Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday celebration on June 27, 2008.
In high school, Josh performed in the musical "Fiddler on the Roof". He portrayed Tevye.
Josh is good friends with singer/actress, Mandy Moore.
Josh was nominated for a 2005 Critics Choice Award for Best Song for "Believe" which was featured in the movie The Polar Express.
Josh performed "The Prayer" with Charlotte Church at the closing ceremonies of the Winter Olympics in 2002.
Josh has said that his musical influences are: Radiohead, Paul Simon, Sting, Peter Gabriel and Bjork.
Josh was in a Jimmy Kimmel video poking fun at actor Ben Affleck in 2008.
Josh recorded his Christmas Album Noel with the London Philharmonic and the African Children's Choir. The album was nominated for a 2008 Juno Award for International Album of the Year.
Josh has said that he wants to sing on Broadway one day.
Josh studied under vocal coach, Grammy-award winning producer, David Foster.
Josh performed in the Mermaid concert with Idina Menzel for Radio 2 BBC on February 16, 2007. He did a duet with Idina titled The Prayer.
Josh has sung with artists such as Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Charlotte Church, Sarah Brightman, The Corrs, Lili Haydn, Rhys Fulber and Lara Fabian.
Discography: Josh Groban Debut Album (2001), Josh Groban In Concert (2002), Closer (2003), Josh Groban: Live at the Greek (2004), Awake (2006), With You (2007) and Noel (2007).
Josh's favorite TV Shows include Dexter's Laboratory, Monty Python, The Simpsons, Saturday Night Live, Power Puff Girls, South Park, David Letterman and Conan O'Brien.
In 2004, Josh was nominated at the 47th Annual Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance for "You Raise Me Up" and he won.
Josh shares his birthday with his younger brother, Christopher, though he's four years younger.
Josh has a younger brother, Chris, who is a film student.
Josh had the honor of meeting Nelson Mandela when he visited South Africa.
Josh has his own charity, The Josh Groban Foundation.
Josh's fans can write to him at the following address: Josh Groban 137 N. Larchmont Blvd. #622 Los Angeles, CA. 90004
Josh was one of many artists to perform at Live 8 in Philadelphia (August 2005).
On October 22, 2005, Josh sang the National Anthem at the World Series in Chicago.
Josh enjoys writing poetry as well as lyrics to his songs.
Fans of Josh refer to themselves as "Grobanites."
Josh is Russian/Polish on his father's side and Norwegian on his mother's. Although his father was raised Jewish, Josh was raised Episcopalian.
Josh spent one year at Carnegie Mellon University. He disenrolled after he was offered a recording contract.
Josh's break-out role was on the hit comedy Ally McBeal in which he guest-starred as Malcolm Wyatt.
Josh attended Interlochen Camp for the Arts in Traverse City, Michigan.
VH1 produced an episode of All Access of Josh. It was titled "All Access Spotlight: Josh Groban."
Josh: (on South Africa) The musical tapestry of the country and their heated history, the honor of meeting Nelson Mandela and visiting schools in Soweto was totally inspiring. And, it was a dream of a lifetime for me to sing with Ladysmith in the studio. I've loved them from the moment I heard Paul Simon's Graceland.
Josh: No matter what your age and no matter where you come from, everyone can change the world in some way, whether it's being a mentor to someone younger than you or someone that doesn't have as much experience as you. If you're passionate enough, you can do whatever you want and definitely change the world.
Josh: I learned from touring that my fans are really open-minded, musical, intelligent people and I feel like they want to come on this new journey with me. The music still sounds like it's coming from my heart and my soul and my voice. That is always the most important thing to me.
Josh: What most people know about me, they know through my music. This time, I've tried to open that door as wide as possible. These songs are a giant step closer to who I really am and what my music is all about. Hence the title.
Josh: There's no half-singing in the shower, you're either a rock star or an opera diva.
Josh: After using four different languages on an album, it's tough to decide which one I'm gonna actually learn to speak. I always study the lyric, make sure I know what I'm singing, and try to get the pronunciation as perfect as possible.
Josh: I get terrible butterflies. Before I go onstage, I'll have to freak out for five minutes. I scream. It seems to help!