Josh Segarra (born June 3, 1986) is from Longwood, Florida and is of Puerto Rican descent. Fluent in Spanish, Segarra developed an early passion for theatre starring as the “Cowardly Lion” in the Orlando Youth Theatre’s production of The Wizard of Oz. He continued down the musical path and gained accolades in solo performances in his middle school chorus and also received praise for his voice from members of his church. In high school, Segarra played “Harold Hill” (The Music Man), “Ren McCormick” (Footloose), and “Nick Piazza” and “Joe Vegas” (Fame: The Musical). During this time, his musical career blossomed as the lead singer of an a capella group that sang for the governor of Florida. His numerous theatrical awards included a Best of Show in Duet Musical at the Florida Thespian State Competition. In 2008, Segarra graduated from the Tisch School of Arts at NYU with a degree in Theatre. During his freshman year at NYU, Segarra had a role in the CBS movie, Vampire Bats, starring Lucy Lawless. While at NYU, Segarra sang, beat boxed and was the featured rapper for N'harmonics, a premiere a capella group. He performed on various stages, including at Lincoln Center for the International a capella Super Finals. In his sophomore year, he performed in the off-Broadway musical, Fools in Love. His most recent acting work can be seen in the upcoming movies The Ministers, starring John Leguizamo and Harvey Keitel; the horror film Bloodnight; as well as Tiny Dancer which will be featured at the Sundance Film Festival.