Joshua has been performing on the comedy circuit for over five years and has established himself as an act with great jokes, a pleasant stage persona and an inspiring determination to succeed. His comedy career began in Australia, which he then continued to perform in Indonesia, New York then the UK.
At only eleven years old, Joshua was involved in a quad bike accident, which left him with severe brain damage and a physical disability. Here is an act who has overcome massive obstacles but is successfully fulfilling his dreams as a comedian and actor. Not a shy person in front of the camera, Joshua has made TV appearances for BBC3 and Channel 4. Memorable comedy performances and dark anecdotes have earned him awards including Joker of the Year 2015 and Yellow Comedy Comedian of the Year 2017. Joshua's act has not gone unnoticed because he has performed for Royalty at The Rose Theatre in Kingston where Prince Edward commented, ''I can see how much you like to make people laugh - and you're good at it.'' Some of the best acts on the comedy scene have picked up on Josh's talents, which has earned him support slots for Tom Stade and Shappi Khorsandi.