Joshua Harris: Biography
Joshua was born November 27, 1978. He is the son of Evan Harris, the producer of the world
famous O.J. Simpson documentary, Absolutely 100% Guilty: The Five Reasons Why O.J.Simpson Got Away with Murder. Joshua started
his career at the age of 6 and enjoyed many years of great roles on top tv shows and films. Joshua worked on TV and
films from 1985 to 1992. He is most known as Christopher Ewing from the hit TV show, Dallas. He also guest starred
on several shows, including Falcon Crest, Twin Peaks, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and The Commish. Joshua was also
in a few made for TV movies. His first ever TV movie role was A Death in California, where he played as the youngest
child of Cheryl Ladd, whose character was being harassed by a sociopath. This movie is based on a true story.
His most known movie role was playing as a boy dying of AIDS in the made for TV film, Go Toward the Light,
which is also based on a true story. He was also in the movie, Locked Up: A Mother's Rage, also starring Cheryl
Ladd, and is also based on a true story.
At the age of 15, Josh decided to pursue his love of baseball and continued playing through high school, and college.
After graduating from the University of San Diego with his Bachelor's Degree in Business, he continued playing baseball at
the professional ranks. He played professionally in the Chicago Cubs organization. He played for one of their
minor league affiliates, the Lansing Lugnuts. He played for the Lugnuts only one season, and decided to move back to
entertainment. He is now a producer for the production company, New Wave Entertainment. He has produced 6
documentaries for them.