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As a small child, Joshua Coleman (www.JoshuaColeman.biz) was cast into hisfirst role, playing the son of a father who was imprisoned for committing anincredibly violent crime. Next, he played the stepson of a man who, afterraising Coleman for eight years, simply left a goodbye note and never washeard from again. Unfortunately for Coleman, these two roles he assumedweren't performed on stage or screen--they were acted out in real life. Infact, through a series of circumstances worthy of a screenplay, Coleman wasultimately separated him from his entire family. But this independent youngman never gave up, and to this day, he continues to apply the lessons helearned from his past in order to make his future both productive andsuccessful--a promise he made to his mother.Joshua, a very focused academician and athlete with a passion for performingarts, graduated with a 4.0 GPA from his high school in California where, ascaptain of the track and field team, he excelled in so many events that heeventually became a decathlete. After being heavily recruited for both hisscholastic and athletic talents, and having no family ties to consider,Coleman headed east to begin his tenure at one of the several Ivy Leagueuniversities he'd considered attending--the University of Pennysylvania,where, in addition to pursuing his passion for the dramatic arts, Colemanwas once again named captain of the track and field team. For the first timein four years, Coleman led his team to victory in the Ivy LeagueChampionships, and independently, he finished with an impressive total scoreof more than 6100 points in the decathlon and a pole vault of 16'0".In his junior year, while preparing for the role of an All-American jock onstage, Josh took up bodybuilding. Again, determined to succeed, his hardwork paid off and he earned the prestigious bodybuilding championship titleof Mr. Penn later that year. After graduating with honors, Coleman moved toNew York City two months after the World Trade Center Attack in order topursue his dream as an actor, and he was cast as the lead in the firstfeature-film for which he auditioned...GAMES PEOPLE PLAY: NewYork. The director was so impressed with his talent and drive that hewas immediately cast as the special guest star of "GAMES PEOPLE PLAY:Hollywood." Rex Reed described Coleman's debut performance as "A greatleading man - and a man of many faces - funny, loose, charismatic - yetspirited and alluring enough to put the audience at ease, and seductiveenough to turn the audience on. Best of all, Coleman makes people want toexperience more of his charm as an actor. He's some kind of blond,all-American, big screen dynamite just waiting to explode!"