Joshua Okamoto is a Japanese-Mexican actor graduated from the Acting and Performing Arts Career at CasAzul Argos (2015-2018). Since he was a child he used to watch the rehearsals of his mother, Liz Brambila, a renowned theater actress. His brother, Yojath Okamoto, is also an actor. Born July 17, 1995 in Saitama, Japan to a Japanese father and Mexican mother. Okamoto lived in Japan until he was 3 years old, and then moved with his family to Guadalajara, Jalisco, where he grew up. His mother, the theater actress Liz Brambila, introduced him to the world of acting, having to accompany her to her theater rehearsals since he was a child. He studied acting at CasAzul Artes Escénicas Argos in Tlalnepantla de Baz, Estado de México. In theater he has participated in the stagings: "41 Detonaciones contra la puerta de un Clóset" (2019) under the direction of Martín Acosta, dramaturgy by David Gaitán and Sara Pinedo, at Teatro el Milagro (2019); "Quiero Volverme Supernova" (2019) at Foro Lucerna del Teatro Milán directed by Alonso Iñiguez, written by Joserra Zúñiga; "Décimo Primera Noche de Combate" (2019) dramaturgy by Artús Chávez, at Teatro de la Ciudad Esperanza Iris. He also presented a collective creation at Foro 37, under the direction of Mariana Granados, called "Hombres" (2018). She was part of "Musas Huérfanas" (2017) under the direction of Viridiana Olvera. In television he was part of "Yo soy Yo" (first Season) produced by Canal Once, "Narcos" (Fourth Season) produced by Netflix with the character "Manuel" and will soon premiere "El Club" series produced by Argos also for the Netflix platform. In film, he has participated in the following feature films: "Club de los Insomnes" directed by Sergio Goyri Jr. and José Eduardo Giordano and "Con olor a Guanajuato" directed by Alejandro Sánchez.