Josh Hutcherson Biography, Age, Married, Wife, Net Worth, Height, Family, Movies

Josh Hutcherson Biography

Josh Hutcherson is an actor and producer from the United States. Hutcherson began acting in the early 2000s, appearing in a number of commercials as well as minor film and television roles.


Josh Hutcherson Age

Hutcherson was born  Joshua Ryan Hutcherson on October 12, 1992, in the city of Union, Kentucky, USA. He is 30 years old as of October 2022.

Josh Hutcherson Height

Josh stands at a height of 5’5″ (165 cm), tall.

Josh Hutcherson Family- Parents

Hutcherson was born and raised in Union, Kentucky, United States. His father, Chris Hutcherson, worked as an analyst for the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and his mother, Michelle, worked for Delta Airlines. He has a younger brother named Cannon as well.

Hutcherson is not married, he is an LGBT activist who works to advance the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

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Josh Hutcherson Photo

Josh began his acting career when he was ten years old. Josh began appearing in television commercials in 2002. He landed major roles in the pilot episodes of ‘House Blend’ and ‘Becoming Glen’ the same year. He also appeared in an episode of ER. Josh had a successful year in 2003. He played the lead in ‘Miracle Dogs earlier this year. It was a television film in which he played Charlie Logan. Later that year, he played Chris Mores in another television film called ‘Wilder Days,’ where he impressed co-star Tim Daly. His first feature film, ‘American Splendor,’ was also shot in 2003. He played the role of a young boy dressed as Robin in this production.

Josh appeared in ‘The Polar Express,’ a computer-animated musical fantasy film. In the same year, he voiced the character of Marki in ‘Howl’s Moving Castle,’ another animated fantasy film. he appeared in a number of Hollywood films such as ‘Kicking and Screaming’, ‘Little Manhattan’ and ‘Zathura’. Josh played the main protagonist, 10-year-old Gabe, in ‘Little Manhattan,’ and wowed the critics. In ‘Zathura,’ he also played the lead role. Josh appeared in the comedy film ‘RV’. The real break came in 2007 when he was cast as Jesse Aarons in ‘Bridge to Terabithia,’ a fantasy drama shot in New Zealand. Young Josh Hutcherson not only liked the setting.

He also appeared in ‘Fire House Dog,’ a family film. In this film, he had to befriend four different dogs and had a good time doing so. Although the film received mixed reviews, Hutcherson’s performance was praised. Hutcherson appeared in the crime drama ‘Winged Creatures’ and the science fiction film ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’ in 2008. The latter is based on the same-named novel. Hutcherson played Steve Leopard Leonard in ‘Cirque du Freak: The Vampires’ Assist’ in 2009. Josh played Laser Allgood in ‘The Kids Are All Right’ in 2010. (2010). The film was influential in his career. In addition, he appeared in ‘The Third Rule’ in 2010 and ‘Detention’ in 2011.

‘The Hunger Games’ (2012) was the next big break for him. He played the role of Peeta Mellark in this film. When the film’s sequels were announced, Josh was automatically cast. ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ (2013), ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I’ (2014), and ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part II’ (2015) are sequels (2015). Josh had other releases in 2012 besides ‘The Hunger Games series. ‘Journey 2: The Mysterious Island,’ ‘7 Days in Havana,’ ‘The Forger,’ and ‘Red Dawn’ were among them. He also appeared in the films ‘Epic’ (2013) and ‘Escobar: Paradise Lost’ (2015). Hutcherson has dabbled in production in addition to acting. He served as Executive Producer on two of his films, Detention and (2011)

He has an estimated net worth of 20 million dollars.

1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)
2. The Disaster Artist (2017)
3. The Hunger Games (2012)
4. Bridge to Terabithia (2007)
5. Little Manhattan (2005)
6. American Splendor (2003)
7. The Kids Are All Right (2010)
8. Tragedy Girls (2017)
9. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014)
10. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (2015)