Josie Totah Bio
|Josie Jay Totah, previously known as J. J. Totah was born on 5 August 2001. She is an American actress. Josie Totah began her career as a child actress with a recurring role on the Disney Channel series Jessie. She is known for her starring roles on the 2013 ABC comedy series Back in the Game. In 2018, Totah starred in the short-lived NBC comedy series Champions. Totah received critical praise for her role as Justin in the 2016 film Other People. In 2018, she publicly came out as transgender.|
|Born||5 August 2001Sacramento, California, U.S.|
|Age||17 years old as of 2018|
|Parents||Josie Totah parents are; Suheil, her father, and Christine Totah, her mother|
Josie Totah Biography
Josie Totah was born in Sacramento, California. Her parents are Suheil, her father, and Christine Totah, her mother. She is the third born in the family of three, one sister and one brother. Totah is of Palestinian and Lebanese ancestry.
Josie Totah Transgender
On August 20, 2018, Totah wrote an article published in Time explaining that she identifies as female.
Josie Totah Bio Career
Totah began her acting career in 2012 appearing as a cast in “Lil’ Dictator” the first production for Awesomeness TV. At the start of 2013, she began performing as Stuart Wooten, a boy with a crush on series regular Zuri Ross, in the Disney Channel Original Series Jessie. Totah has guest starred on the TV shows, New Girl, 2 Broke Girls, and Liv and Maddie.
In 2013, Totah was featured in the ABC comedy Back in the Gamet as a cast. In 2015, she starred in 4 episodes of the sixth season Glee as the youngest member ever of the New Directions.
In 2016, Totah appeared as Justin in the film Other People, and received critical praise for her role with Variety, making her one of its Sundance Breakout Stars of the year. In October 2016, Deadline Hollywood reported that Totah had been set to star in a new comedy for NBC that she helped develop where Totah was set to produce alongside executive producers Adam and Naomi Scott. In 2017, she appeared in the Netflix detective comedy Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie and the Marvel Studios film Spider-Man: Homecoming.
In January 2017, it was reported by Variety that Totah had joined Adam Devine in the Disney feature film Magic Camp. In February 2017 Deadline Hollywood said that Totah had been set to play the son of Mindy Kaling’s character, Priya Patel, in the new NBC comedy Champions, which was picked up to series in May 2017.
Josie Totah Movies and TV Shows
|2017||Spider-Man: Homecoming||Seymour O’Reilly|
|2012||Kroll Show||Birthday Party Kid||Unknown episodes|
|2013–2015||Jessie||Stuart Wooten||Recurring role, 7 episodes|
|2013–2014||Back in the Game||Michael Lovette||Main role|
|2014||Nina Needs to Go!||Frank||Main voice role, television shorts|
|2014||The Exes||Cooper||Episode: “My Fair Stuart”|
|2014||Sofia the First||Prince Jin||Voice role, 3 episodes|
|2014||New Girl||Todd||Episode: “Dance”|
|2014||2 Broke Girls||Elliot||Episode: “And the Childhood Not Included”|
|2015||Glee||Myron Muskovitz||4 episodes|
|2016||Tween Fest||Stop the Preston||4 episodes|
|2016–2017||Liv and Maddie: Cali Style||Skeeter Parham||3 episodes|
|2018||Champions||Michael Patel||Main role|