After a brief appearance in the Patrick Swayze comedy Father Hood, Lucas relocated to Australia to play the hotheaded American cousin Luke Mc Gregor opposite Andrew Clarke and Guy Pearce in the first season of the family western Snowy River: The Mc Gregor Saga.
Lucas appeared in all 13 episodes of the first season, but claimed in a later interview that despite the friendly environment, he was homesick for the United States, and his character was killed off in the second episode of season 2.
He released his debut EP, Through The Fire, as a solo artist in August 2015 alongside Ollie Green.
Josh was born in Bournemouth, England on 9th July, 1991 and resided there until the age of 10 when he moved to Leicestershire with his family.
Lucas also completed his second collaboration with documentary film maker Ken Burns, after being involved in Burns’ The War.
Lucas' other documentary work includes Operational Homecoming, Trumbo, and the Los Angeles Film Festival Audience Award-winning Resolved.
The audience thought the bandages were part of the play.
Following a series of operations to reset his nose, he began gathering larger roles in films like American Psycho, The Weight of Water, Session 9, The Dancer, When Strangers Appear, and You Can Count on Me.
Lucas gained mainstream exposure after his roles in Sweet Home Alabama, A Beautiful Mind, and as Glenn Talbot in Hulk.He later gained success in leading roles in movies such as Glory Road, Poseidon, and Stealth. Lucas starred in the 2009 Ridley Scott-produced Tell-Tale, a film based on the short story "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe.In Glory Road, he starred as basketball coach Don Haskins, a role for which he gained 40 lb (18 kg). Earlier that year, Lucas was seen on stage in the off-Broadway run of Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell.The second part of his career began with a lead role in the British rowing film True Blue (released in the US as Miracle at Oxford), in which he played a hotshot Navy rower who was recruited along with three other Americans to help Oxford win its annual boat race with Cambridge.He followed that with relatively small roles in the dramas Minotaur and Harvest.
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Other projects included the horror-thriller Child of Darkness, Child of Light, an adaptation of James Patterson's novel Virgin, a tale of two Catholic schoolgirls who find themselves pregnant under mysterious and supernatural circumstances.