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It's great to be able to tell the untold stories of Prince Charming. And being allowed to swing a sword around is not too bad, either!

—Josh Dallas src

Josh Dallas is the American actor who portrays Prince Charming, David Nolan, Prince James and Prince Charming (Wish Realm) on ABC's Once Upon a Time.

Biography

Joshua "Josh" Paul Dallas, was born on December 18,[2] 1978[3] in Louisville, Kentucky. He grew up right across the Ohio River in New Albany, Indiana,[1][4] and has one brother.[5] Josh attended New Albany Senior Public High School, and was heavily involved in the school's award-winning performing arts programs. This is where the fire was lit that pushed Josh to continue pursing the arts.[1]

While at New Albany High School, at the age of sixteen, Josh received the Sarah Exley Scholarship, a full ride scholarship giving to one American student every three years to study acting at the prestigious Mountview Conservatoire for the Performing Arts in London.[1]

At the age of twenty, Josh landed his first professional job as an actor with the acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company. He went on to perform with some of the most renowned theater companies in the world, including the Royal National Theatre, the English National Opera, New Shakespeare Company, and The Young Vic to name a few. Never leaving theater far behind, Josh began landing parts in both television and independent films.[1]

Yearning for his American roots after spending ten years in London, Josh made the move back stateside and landed in Hollywood. Five days after being back in the states, he got the call for a movie role as Fandral in the 2011 blockbuster Thor by Marvel Studios, directed by the Oscar nominated director Kenneth Branagh. Due to conflicting filming schedules with Once Upon a Time, he did not reprise the role for the sequel Thor: The Dark World and Zachary Levi replaced him.[1] In February 2018, Dallas joined the cast of NBC's Manifest as Ben Stone.[6]

He has been dating Once Upon a Time co-star Ginnifer Goodwin since the fall of 2011, became engaged in October 2013[7] and married in April 2014.[8] Together, they have two sons, Oliver Finlay Dallas,[9] who was born on May 29, 2014,[10] and Hugo Wilson Dallas, who was born on June 1, 2016.[11]

Trivia

What a privilege it was for us to be your Snow and Charming. Thanks #ONCERS for seven years of magic. We thank you from the bottoms of our hearts. We will always find you. Love us.[15]

Filmography

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2008 80 Minutes Floyd Movie - Credited as "Joshua Dallas"
2009 The Boxer Ben Movie - Credited as "Joshua Dallas"
2009 The Descent Part 2 Greg Movie - Credited as "Joshua Dallas"
2011 Thor Fandral Movie
2012 Red Tails Ryan Movie - Credited as "Joshua Dallas"
2016 Zootopia Frantic Pig Voice role
2016 Sidekick James / Captain Strong Short film
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2006 Ultimate Force Weaver 1 episode - Credited as "Joshua Dallas"
2008 Doctor Who Node 2 1 episode - Credited as "Joshua Dallas"
2009 The Last Days of Lehman Brothers Ace TV movie
2010 Money Spunk Davies 2 episodes - Credited as "Joshua Dallas"
2010 Hawaii Five-0 Ben Bass 1 episode
2010 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Kip Woodman 1 episode
2011 Five Henry TV movie
2011– 2017, 2018 Once Upon a Time Prince Charming / David Nolan / Prince JamesPrince Charming (Wish Realm) Lead role (Season 1-6), Guest Role (Season 7)
2012 Trigger Point Tom Wisher
2018 Manifest Ben Stone Lead role
Voice
Year Title Role Notes
2009 Ghost Machine Bragg Movie (Voice credit)

Appearances

Note: "Archive" denotes archive footage.

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References

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