Josh Cooke is an American actor best known for his short-lived television roles as Nate Solomon in Committed (2005), as Ben in Four Kings (2006) and as Danny in Big Day, from 2006-2007.
He also starred as Ben in the sitcom Better with You, from 2010-2011.
Hailing from Philadelphia, Cooke quickly jumped onto Hollywood's radar screen. He landed back-to-back lead roles on two NBC shows, including Committed and the half-hour comedy Four Kings, in which he starred opposite Seth Green for director James Burrows.
In 2006 Cooke starred on ABC's Big Day for creators Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa, playing a newlywed opposite Marla Sokoloff and Wendie Malik.
In 2007 he appeared in the one-hour drama Law Dogs for creator Barry Schindel, as a slick district attorney opposite Janeane Garofalo.
In 2004 Cooke starred in the acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe Festival production of Twelfth Premise. He also appeared in the independent film Partners, opposite Jay Harrington, and in Farewell Bender, opposite Kip Pardue and Eddie Kay Thomas, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2006.
Additional film credits include the 2009 Dreamworks comedy I Love You, Man, opposite Paul Rudd and Jason Segel, and the sci-fi thriller Terminal, the sequel to Quarantine.