Josh Henderson was born on October 25, 1981 in Dallas, Texas and is best known for his role as John Ross Ewing III on TNT's reboot ofDallas.
Josh graduated from Tulsa Memorial Senior High School in May 2000 and moved to Texas to audition for PopStars 2…more
Josh can play the guitar.
Josh graduated from Tulsa Memorial Senior High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Josh is represented by The Gersh Agency in Beverly Hills, California.
Josh does not smoke.
As of 2007, Josh resides in Los Angeles.
In 2007, Josh appeared in the music videos, "He Said She Said" and "Suddenly" by Ashley Tisdale.
His mom still lives in Tulsa, where he grew up, with his step dad and two step sisters.
He appeared on the Megan Mullally Show on November 9, 2006.
He plays Penn in the 2006 movie Fingerprints.
He is straight.
He still keeps in touch with Ashlee Simpson.
He admits he finds all his female Desperate Housewives co-stars attractive.
He appeared at the Hollywood Reporter Next Generation Reception.
He was at the Desperate Housewives Season 2 DVD Launch.
He was at the DVD release party for Family Guy Presents Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story.
He was in the 2006 movie Broken Bridges.
Josh's favorite movies include Jurassic Park, The Green Mile, My Father the Hero, and Fight Club.
He enjoys playing the XBOX 360 and the Nintendo Wii.
Unlike many high-profile people who have one, Josh's MySpace page is completely public, and not private.
As of 2006, he is working on a solo career.
He is Christian.
His hero is his mother.
His favorite books are The Bible and The Redneck Dictionary.
Josh's favourite shows are Saved By The Bell, Full House, Survivor and Nip/Tuck.
He would love to work with Tom Hanks and Robin Williams one day.
He would love to meet Frank Nicotero one day.
He grew up appreciating all kinds of sports.
He wanted to initially be a baseball player, but wound up in show business.
His best friend is Andrew Riddle, who attended his high school.
He met Kaley Cuoco, a future girlfriend of his, on the set of 8 Simple Rules when he guest starred on the show.
Josh, and his band Scene 23, won Popstars season 2. But unfortunately the record label went under, so the band didn't end up doing successfully.
He was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award in 2007 for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for Desperate Housewives, along with the rest of the cast.
In his downtime, he enjoys his steam room, the gym, the rewind button on his Tivo, reality television, dancing, Dr. Pepper, and basketball. He also loves Nintendo Wii and Xbox 360.
He broke up with Ashlee Simpson in 2004, after two years of dating. He appeared frequently on her own show, The Ashlee Simpson Show, while they were dating as well.
Josh plays for the Hollywood Knights celebrity basketball team.
He has one blue eye, and one green eye. This is a condition known as Heterochromia.
He has two younger step-sisters named Hannah and Chelsea.
He is 5'11".
He was in ads for Sketchers' 4-wheeler skate shoes from 2002-2004.
Josh: The music is a hybrid of rock, R&B and radio friendly pop, but the lyrics are serious and about deep issues.
Josh: (On his plans for the music industry) I have been working, trying to record that "hit" song that will show who I am as a musical artist. We are trying to make it work with all the stuff happening on Desperate [Housewives].
Josh: (On whether he prefers working on the small screen or the silver screen) I like it all. I have been blessed the past few years to work a lot. Movies are always a lot of fun since you're shooting on location. It's like summer camp; you go away from home and meet new people. With television, you have a lot more time off. There are parts of both that I love.
Josh: In Popstars 2, I was thrown into the business. It was kind of a crash course. I had to soak everything up because I gave up my life for that show. I go home at least five times a year, and I will never forget who I am and where I come from.
Josh: (About 'Over There') When these kids are being shipped over there, they leave the comfort of their home, family and loved ones. I think it takes a special kind of person to go and fight for their country.
Josh: (On his favorite housewife on 'Desperate Housewives') So far, I have done most of my work with Nicollette. She's tons of fun, hilarious and spontaneous. If I had to choose, I'd have to say Nicollette.
Josh: (About his role as Brett in the 2006 movie 'Step Up') When I got the film, the story line was a little different and I didn't want to play the stereotypical jerk who picks his dream over his best friend. But I liked working on the movie; it's young, fun and different.
Josh: (On his relationship with Ashlee Simpson) We are still very close. People go through a lot together, and I'm all for helping her out. She's really talented, and I'm very happy for her.
Josh (about playing Austin on Desperate Housewives): Austin does everything with a smile and witty sarcasm. It's a role I can really have fun with. I go to work and have a good time. Everyone on the set was very welcoming
Josh: (about being on a show like Desperate Housewives which attracts a fair bit of scrutiny) A lot of people ask me that, and I don't really think about it too much. I just go to work to have fun. I don't know if I am braced for it or not.
Josh: (when asked if his Desperate Housewives character will ever embrace Josh's musical background) I think it's a good possibility. The producers were very excited that I sang and played guitar.
Josh: (talking about which cast member took him under their wing first on the set of Desperate Housewives) Well, definitely Nicollette. Within the first 20 minutes of meeting her I felt like I had known her for years.