Maybe it is because of his nice private lifestyle that fans are always looking for detailed information about this Hollywood star. Nevertheless, Josh Brener is not one to shed light on his life, especially in his personal history.
So apart from the very little information about his early life and acting skills, Brener is still in the works when it comes to living in the limelight. If his determination to keep his private life out of the public eye is anything to go by, getting to know him better is not going to be a piece of cake after all.
No matter how stingy he maybe with all the spicy details of things happening in his life, we still have our ways. The actor is best known for the role of Nelson “Big Head” Bighetti in the HBO comedy series “Silicon Valley” and for the role of Dale in “The Big Bang Theory”.
Here are the less known facts about the American actor.
Josh Brener Biography, Height
Hollywood star Josh Brener was born on October 1, 1984, in Houston, Texas, as Joshua Max Brener. He was born the son of Sharon and Daniel Brener, who raised him in a Jewish household. Although there is little information about his early upbringing, the actor began acting in the sixth grade due to an injury that prevented him from playing baseball. His efforts earned him a Tommy Tune Award, which is usually given to high schools in the Houston area and their students. His starring role in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum earned him the award in 2003.
After his high school education, Brener went to Harvard University, where he was president of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals. He graduated from Harvard University in 2007, studied acting at the American Repertory Theatre and teaches and trains at Stan Kirsch Studios in Hollywood.
For a man, Brener is not very tall, but at the same time, he is not small. He is tall at 5′ 5½”.
Josh Brener has been working in the entertainment business since 2009 until today. He made his first appearance in 2009 in the short film The Condom Killer, which he followed up with his role in The Guy Who Cured Cancer, Sofia & Sam and Song in a Convenience Store. In 2012 he appeared in one of his popular roles as Zack Miller in the television series Glory Daze. Before that, he played the role of the jewelry store employee in Glee, a role we never got to see because the scenes he appeared in were all deleted.
After nearly a decade of active service in the industry, Brener has built a remarkable fan base thanks to his impressive acting skills. He has directed numerous films and television series, including House of Lies, The Big Bang Theory, Workaholics, Welcome to Happiness, The Belko Experiment, Star Wars Rebel, and a host of others not to be left unmentioned. He currently plays the lead role as Nelson “Big Head” Bighetti in the cast of the HBO series Silicon Valley.
Josh Brener Wife, Married, Girlfriend, Is He Gay?
As far as he’s not flaunting it, Brener’s a married man. He is currently married to American actress Meghan Falcone, but that’s all they know. So there are no details of when or where the couple was married. Nor is much known about whether the couple had children or not.
Furthermore, unlike most Hollywood stars, Brener is not exactly a victim of controversy and rumors. So far he has managed to lead a quiet life with his wife and there is no indication that he was in another romantic relationship or had a girlfriend. There is also no concrete indication that he is gay. Let’s just say that he did well to keep his private life away from his career, the limelight and also from prying eyes.
Buzz Facts About Josh Brenner
|Date of birth||October 1, 1984|
|Place of birth||Houston, Texas, USA|
|Birth Name||Joshua Max Brener|
2014 Silicon Valley (TV Series)
2013 Maron (TV Series)
2013 The Internship
2013 Workaholics (TV Series)
2011-2013 The Big Bang Theory (TV Series)
2012 Retroland (Video short)
2012 Say It Ain’t Solo (Short)
2012 House of Lies (TV Series)
2010-2011 Glory Daze (TV Series)
2010 Song in a Convenience Store (Short)
2009 Sofia & Sam (Video short)
2009 The Guy Who Cured Cancer (Short)
2009 The Condom Killer (Short)