Joshua Malina graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in theater in 1988. He then moved to Manhattan to pursue an acting career. It was there that he had the good fortuen to meet playwright Aaron Sorkin, who was in process of preparing "A Few Good Men" for its New York run. In 1989, Malina made his professional and Broadway debuts in Sorkin's play, and ultimately appeared in the national touring company and the feature film as well.
Malina continued his relationship with Sorkin, appearing in other films by the writer such as "Malice" and "The American President." He has also been cultivating a writing career of his own. He and a partner are currently doing a rewrite of a feature film for Brillstein-Grey Entertainment.
Malina lives in Los Angeles with his wife, their infant daughter and their two cats.
From the Earth to the Moon, 1998: Tim Messick
The Larry Sanders Show, 1998: Kenny Mitchell
Sliders, 1996: Egghead
Kill the Man, 1999: Bob Stein
Bulworth, 1998: Bill Feldman
The American President, 1995: David
In the Line of Fire, 1993: Agent Chavez
A Few Good Men, 1992: Orderly