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Josh Gad has a Ghostbusters: Afterlife cameo you’ve never noticed

Josh Gad is one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. He’s appeared in Disney movies, and countless comedy series, and even starred in one of the biggest animated movies ever, Frozen. What you might not know, though, is that Gad, however, made a cameo in the most recent Ghostbusters film, and we’re willing to be you didn’t notice him.
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Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, RuPaul to appear on 'Tiny Chef Show'

Aug. 4 (UPI) -- The new children's series The Tiny Chef Show will premiere on Sept. 9 with a slate of celebrity guests, Nickelodeon said Thursday. Featuring RuPaul as the show's announcer, the series will play host to celebrity guests Josh Gad and Kristen Bell, who will work with the chef to help teach children about cooking.
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Josh Gad mourns the death of 20-year-old nephew

June 27 (UPI) -- Frozen, Wolf Like Me and Central Park star Josh Gad is expressing his appreciation to fans for their support as he mourns the unexpected death of a family member. "Thank you all for your love. Our beloved nephew Marco passed away in his sleep at 20,...
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‘Central Park’ Creator Josh Gad on Molly’s Puberty Journey: From Periods to First Bras, We’re ‘Allowing This Young Girl to Grow’

Click here to read the full article. Though Season 2 of Apple TV+’s “Central Park” features a slew of changes for the lovable Tillermans, one family member has a harder time than most. Not only is daughter Molly — now voiced by Emmy Raver-Lampman to provide accurate representation for the mixed-race character — navigating puberty, but she also goes shopping for her first bra and has her first glimpse of romance. Josh Gad, who voices Birdie and co-created the series alongside Loren Bouchard and Nora Smith, says the addition of Raver-Lampman really allowed the writers to dive into the character, using...
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