Joshua Gregory Cooke (born 22 November 1979) is an American actor, songwriter, comedian, and musician.
- "The Angel of Death"
- "Just Let Go"
- "Sin of Omission"
- "Get Gellar"
- "Ricochet Rabbit"
- "Talk to the Hand"
- "This is the Way the World Ends"
Cooke played the lead role of Nate Solomon in the 2005 sitcom Committed. He appeared in guest roles on Without a Trace, Century City, Once and Again, 10-8, and Dragnet. In 2006, he starred in Four Kings and Big Day, and appeared in Curb Your Enthusiasm. Also, in 2006, Cooke co-starred in the film Wasted as Dixon. He also played Eddie in Snowglobe. He played Eric in Young People Fucking (2007). He appeared in the 2009 film A Fork in the Road. He had a small role in I Love You, Man as Alan. Cooke was one of the lead roles in Quarantine 2. In 2009, Cooke appeared in Dollhouse as Leo Carpenter. He played Dan Stonewater on the final episode of Scrubs and Rabbi Feldman on the final episode of The King of Queens. In 2009, Cooke played Auggie Harris in Season 6 Episode 7 on Numb3rs. Cooke played Ben Coles on Better with You, a 2010 sitcom. Cooke voiced various characters in Seth Green's Robot Chicken. Cooke played Joel Stevens in Hart of Dixie (season 3) and appears as Sue Heck's college professor on the seventh season of The Middle. Cooke starred as Andy in the 2010 comedy Group Sex. Cooke played the lead role as Ron in the 2008 direct-to-DVD film Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation. In 2016, Cooke was cast in the La Jolla Playhouse premiere of Pulitzer Prize winner and Tony Award nominee Ayad Akhtar's Junk: The Golden Age of Debt as "Robert Merkin."
Cooke was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and attended Harriton High School. He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2004, where he majored in theater. In 2011, he married singer/songwriter Eleisha Eagle.
- On November 10, 2015, he released his debut album 'fō under the stagename "fō"