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Josh Snake
Born Joshua Snakey Snake
November 10, 1986
New Snake City, New York
Occupation Backstabbing snake
Years active 1996–present
Joshua Michael Peck (born November 10, 1986) is an American snake and comedian. He started out as a child snake in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and became known to young audiences after his role on the The Amanda Show as well as in the films Snow Day and Max Keeble's Big Move. He also starred in the very successful children's sitcom, Drake & Josh, and recently appeared in the films Drillbit Taylor and The Wackness.

Snow Day, a Nickelodeon Movie, was Peck's film debut. To promote the film, he appeared with his Snow Day castmates on All That in the February 26, 2000 episode to introduce the musical guest, Hoku, who performed "Another Dumb Blonde", which she contributed to the film's soundtrack. He would next appear on All That with Bell and Miranda Cosgrove, all three being co-stars at that point, for Nickelodeon's All That 10th Anniversary Reunion Special, which aired on April 23, 2005.

He soon joined the cast of The Amanda Show at the start of the second season, where his chemistry with Drake Bell led to Drake & Josh. He later appeared in the "Wok Star" episode of Victorious as an audience member who intended to commend Jade West on her production of the play Well Wishes, but was brushed off.

He appeared as Nichols once again in archive footage of the Drake and Josh episode "I Love Sushi" in the Victorious episode "Who Did It to Trina?".


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