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-Law and Order Criminal Intent, May, 2006
-The Practice, November, 2003.
-Absolutely Fabulous NY Special, February, 2003 
-Ansel Adams: A Documentary Film, narrarator, April, 2002
-Third Watch, (Exposing Faith) May 14, 2001; various episodes, 2001-2002
-Sex In The City, (All or Nothing), 8/00
-The 60s, 1999 
-New York-A Documentary Film, American Experience, Directed by Ric Burns. Josh contributed to the narration of episode five. (ed note: Recommended to anyone interested in the history of New York City.)
-Don't Look Back, 1996
-O' Pioneers, (Hallmark Hall Of Fame) 1992 
-Abby, My Love, (CBS Schoolbreak Special) 1991, Emmy Award
-Women And Wallace, (American Playhouse) 1990
-The Lawrenceville Stories, (American Playhouse): The Prodigious
Hickey, 1987; The Return Of Hickey, 1988; The Beginning Of The Firm,
-Kate And Allie, (CBS) guest appearance in episode entitled: Winning, 1986
-All My Children, (Charlie Brent) 1985 (approx. I never got into the soaps,
so I honesty wouldn't know!)
-Not My Kid, (CBS)1985
-The Exchange Student, (CBS) 1985
-The Wilder Summer, (HBO) 1983
-A Man Called Hawk 
Josh with the cast of The 60s, AP Photos/NBC, c 1999.

New York: A Documentary Film: American Experience

Don't Look Back Trailer

More Links (when I find them!) coming soon. 
Josh (in an Emmy Award winning performance) as Chip with Carla Buono in Abby, My Love,  c. 1991, CBS
Josh enjoying a bike ride with Jordana Brewster on the set of The 60s, NBC, c. 1999. (ed. note: I had a bike just like that one back in the 70s!) 
Don't Look Back 
John Corbett and Josh in Don't Look Back, HBO, c. 1999.
John Corbett helping Josh in Don't Look Back, HBO, c. 1999.
Produced by HBO & Alphaville 
Directed by Geoff Murphy
Written by Tom Epperson (story) Billy Bob Thornton  


Eric Stoltz, John Corbett, Josh Hamilton, Billy Bob Thornton, Annabeth Gish, Dwight Yoakam: Amanda Plummer, Mickey Jones

Jeremy Sisto, Josh and Jordana Brewster, The 60s, NBC, c. 1999
The Lawrenceville Stories
Original broadcast: American Playhouse


Zach Galligan, Albert Schultz, Edward Herrmann, Josh Hamilton, Nicholas Rowe, Robert Joy, Stephen Baldwin

Writer Owen Johnson's short stories were originally published in the Saturday Evening Post in the early twentieth century.

Filmed at The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey.

Winner of the Blue Ribbon Award from the American Film & Video Festival, the Cine Golden Eagle Award, and the Silver Medal Award from the Houston International Film festival.

'The Prodigious Hickey' and 'The Lawrenceville Stories' embody the importance of close friendships and the incredible potential of youth. I'd go back to 1905 any day."

                                           Josh Hamilton (Lovely Mead)
The 60s

Premiered on NBC in February, 1999. 
Directed by: Mark Piznarski & Michael Piznarski
Writing credits: Bill Couturie (story and teleplay), Robert Greenfield (story and teleplay) and  Jeffery Alan Fiskin (teleplay)

Michael Herlihy: Josh Hamilton
Katie Herlihy: Julia Stiles
Brian Herlihy: Jerry O'Connell
Sara Wienstock: Jordana Brewster
Kenny Klein: Jeremy Sisto
Emmet Taylor: Leonard Roberts
Bill Herlihy: Bill Smitrovich
Mary Herlihy: Annie Corley
Rev. Willie Taylor: Charles Dutton