Josh Brolin young pictures best movies quotes mini bio

Josh Brolin

Josh Brolin young

Birth Date

February 12, 1968


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Dark Brown

Eye color



5 ft 10 in | 178 cm

Josh Brolin young photos


80 kg | 176 lbs


42 in | 106 cm

Shoe size

10 US | 43 EU


34 in | 86 cm

Josh Brolin young Mini Bio best movies

Josh Brolin was born in Santa Monica, California, U.S. on February 12, 1968 is an American actor. Young Josh Brolin made his big screen debut in comedy movie The Goonies (1985) in role as Brandon "Brand" Walsh. He was nominated for Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Dan White in biographical film Milk (2008) opposite Sean Penn.

Also appeared in successful films including Hollow Man (2000) with Elisabeth Shue, Into the Blue (2005) with Jessica Alba, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014) as Dwight McCarthy, Inherent Vice (2014) opposite Joaquin Phoenix, No Country for Old Men (2007) directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, Jonah Hex (2010) with Megan Fox, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (2010) directed by Woody Allen, Nightwatch (1997) with Ewan McGregor, Hail, Caesar! (2016) opposite George Clooney, American Gangster (2007) with Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010) with Michael Douglas, True Grit (2010) opposite Jeff Bridges, Men in Black 3 (2012) opposite Will Smith, Sicario (2015) with Emily Blunt, Gangster Squad (2013) as Sergeant John O'Mara, Everest (2015) with Jake Gyllenhaal, Planet Terror (2007) opposite Bruce Willis, Old Boy (2013) directed by Spike Lee, Avengers: Infinity War (2018) in role as Thanos, Deadpool 2 (2018) as Nathan Summers / Cable.

He voiced villain Thanos in the superhero film Guardians of the Galaxy (2014). Josh played Wild Bill Hickok in the ABC western TV series The Young Riders (1989-92). His hobbies are racing cars and surfing. His father is actor James Brolin. He married actress Diane Lane on August 15, 2004 and divorce in February 2013.


I'm very happy to be involved with great filmmakers.

Suddenly, I'm in movies that people are excited about, and that is a nice change.

When accepting or preparing for a role, fear is the motivating factor.

I remember at the premiere of my second movie I started crying. I thought, I'm so bad that I either have to stop this and do something else or learn what I'm doing.

I have to tell you, you can't have an ego when you're an actor. A lot of actors have them, but in reality most of those people are just sensitive artists dying for a hug and a compliment.

Anything that is absurd I see as a Coen brothers' influence! The Coen brothers are my favorite people period.