Josh Brolin is an Oscar-nominated actor. He made his acting debut in 1985's The Goonies, portraying the older brother of Sean Astin's character. In 1989, he starred on the western TV series The Young Riders, which lasted three seasons. Following its conclusion, Brolin appeared in such films as 1996's Flirting with Disaster and 2000's Hollow Man before making his mark on Hollywood with 2007's No Country for Old Men. Brolin followed it up a year later with Oliver Stone's George W. Bush biopic, W., and in 2009, earned an Oscar nomination for his role in Milk. The actor's most recent work includes Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.