While Josh Meyers played the charming "Randy Pearson" during the 8th season of That '70s Show, many fans weren't impressed by the replacement of Topher Grace's "Eric Foreman" and Ashton Kutcher's "Kelso" characters. He dated Laura Prepon's "Donna" throughout the series, but they eventually broke up before the final episode. Is he still active in show business?

Life after "Randy Pearson" of That '70s Show

Josh Meyers has been involved in acting and comedy since the early 2000s! And if you see a stark resemblance between him and Seth Meyers, it's because the two are brothers! After Josh's appearance on the cult '70s series in 2006, he appeared as a guest in shows like Breaking In, The Mindy Project, and Newsreaders. 

Film-wise, Meyers appeared in the raunchy comedy Brüno (2000) with Sacha Baron Cohen, as well as Going to America (2014).

His most recent film works include 2018's The Oath, a comedy-thriller starring Ike Barinholtz and Tiffany Haddish, and the TV series Red Oak, which he starred in from 2014-2017! 

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Just this year, Meyers portrayed the California governor - Gavin Newsom - and also played Matthew McConaughey in his brother's comedy show Late Night with Seth Meyers. You can also catch him in the upcoming film Saturday at the Starlight, which additionally stars Abigail Breslin and Denise Richards!  

We can't get over how uncanny he and his brother look! Although he doesn't remain in the massive spotlight like Seth, he's still got the comedy genes in him. 

And for good measure, here's a cute Meyers family photo, a Late Night Thanksgiving tradition!

We're hoping to see more work with him and his brother!

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