Josh Hamilton is an American actor best known for his starring role as Todd Anderson, a call centre manager who has to travel to India when his department is outsourced, in the romantic comedy feature film Outsourced, in 2006.
He also has a recurring role as Hank Foxx in the horror anthology television series American Horror Story: Coven.
Hamilton's films include Noah Baumbach's Kicking and Screaming, Francis Ha, Scott Stewart's Dark Skies, Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar, Sam Mende's Away We Go, Kenneth Lonergan's Margaret, Outsourced, Broken English, Diggers, The F Word, The House of Yes, Alive, Bottled Up with Melissa Leo (Tribeca film fest 2013), The Wait (SXSW 2013) and The Letter with Winona Ryder and James Franco.
TV appearances include Louie, The Good Wife, Necessary Roughness and Elementary.
A longtime veteran of the New York stage, Hamilton appeared in Neil LaBute's Reasons to be Happy at MCC and Theresa Rebeck's Dead Accounts on Broadway.
Other productions include The Coast of Utopia at Lincoln Center, Proof on Broadway, and three plays by Kenneth Lonergan: This is Our Youth, The Waverly Gallery, and The Medieval Play.
Hamilton also appeared in The Cherry Orchard with John Turturro and Dianne Wiest, Three Sisters with Maggie Gyllenhall and Peter Saarsgard, A Doll's House with Lily Rabe, A Lie of the Mind directed by Ethan Hawke, The Bridge Project directed by Sam Mendes, Hurlyburly with Ethan Hawke and Bobby Cannavale, Things We Want with Peter Dinklage and Paul Dano, The Cider House Rules, As Bees in Honey Drown, and Suburbia.