Josh Gad is an American actor, comedian, and writer who has made a name for himself in both film and television. Born and raised in Hollywood, Florida, Gad began his career as a writer and performer for the popular comedy website Funny or Die.
Since then, he has gone on to star in several notable films and television shows, including the hit Broadway musical “The Book of Mormon” and the Disney animated film “Frozen.” He has also collaborated with a wide range of artists and celebrities throughout his career, including Kristen Bell, Emma Stone, and James Corden.
In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Gad is also a passionate advocate for animal welfare. He has been involved with organizations such as the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and the Humane Society, and has used his platform to raise awareness about animal cruelty and promote responsible pet ownership.
One of Gad’s most notable collaborations came in the form of his work on the “Frozen” franchise. He not only voiced the character of Olaf the snowman in the films, but also co-wrote the script for the sequel, “Frozen 2.” His work on the franchise helped make it one of the most successful animated film series of all time, and earned him widespread praise from fans and critics alike.
Gad has also been involved in a number of other high-profile collaborations throughout his career. He co-starred with Kevin Hart in the comedy film “The Wedding Ringer,” and appeared alongside Emma Watson in the live-action adaptation of “Beauty and the Beast.” He has also worked with a number of prominent directors, including Christopher Nolan, Kenneth Branagh, and Ryan Murphy.