Josh Gad, who is best known for voicing Olaf in the Frozen franchise and playing Elder Arnold Cunningham in the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon, celebrated his 40th birthday last February 23rd.
In an Instagram post marking his milestone birthday, Gad wrote that he “could not have asked for a better decade” than his 30s. “I turned 30 on the eve of opening #BookOfMormon and never looked back, with 2 girls, a life of beautiful opportunity, endless dreams and the honor of getting to take this journey with all of you,” added Gad. “As I take my final sleep before 40, I thank you all for the honor of allowing me into your Broadway theaters, your cinemas and your homes for the past decade.”
Gad, who has been married to Ida Darvish since 2008, currently stars as Herman Judd in the HBO sci-fi comedy series Avenue 5. He also voices the character of Birdie in the Apple TV animated series Central Park, which will return for its second season on June 25th. Gad is also set to star in Peacock’s upcoming rom-com series Wolf Like Me and in the sci-fi comedy movie Shrunk, directed by Joe Johnston.