Dr. Josh Gallagher is a fictional character on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street who was portrayed by Chris Tempest between May 2012 and January 2014. The character was mostly known for his change from friendly to villainous when he developed Hero Syndrome.
|Portrayed by:||Chris Tempest|
|First appearance:||21 May 2012|
|Last appearance:||13 January 2014|
|Introduced by:||Steven Zanoski|
About Josh Gallagher
Season 11 contestant on NBC's The Voice who finished in 4th place in the competition. He has a couple of original singles called "We Always Had" and "Ain't No Angels."
He was recruited to play college baseball and once dreamed of being a professional in the sport.
He released a couple of acoustic CDs and was performing at local Nashville establishments before his time on The Voice. He even performed at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Originally from Cresson, Pennsylvania, he would move to Nashville, Tennessee. His parents worked in law enforcement. His brother was in the Air Force and his sister worked in the prison system.
Wé McDonald finished just ahead of him on The Voice in 3rd place.
Information related to Josh Gallagher
- Shortland Street characters
- Fictional physicians