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.
Josh Lucas’ career also includes voice over work (or voice acting) with Breathe Bible.
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.
Lucas followed this appearance by working with executive producer Steven Spielberg and then-unknown actor Clive Owen in the TV-movie Class of '61, which follows the stories of a group of West Point cadets in 1861 as the Civil War breaks out. Soon afterward, he made his feature film debut in Frank Marshall's Alive about a group of Uruguayan rugby players who, after crashing in the Andes mountains, resort to cannibalism to stay alive.
In 2011, Lucas co-starred with Rachael Taylor in the film Red Dog, based on the true story of an Australian Kelpie. He also starred in the NBC television show The Firm, which takes place ten years after the John Grisham novel it is based on. In 2013, Lucas was cast as the lead role in the independent comedy-drama, The Mend.
The directorial debut of John Magary premiered at South By Southwest in March 2014 with Lucas receiving a series of positive reviews for his portrayal of Mat, one of two dysfunctional brothers who collide in a small Harlem apartment.
(born June 20, 1971), better known as Josh Lucas, is an American actor.