"Josto," portrayed by Jason Schwartzman, is the impulsive and self-indulgent son of Donatello Fadda and heir apparent to the Fadda Crime Family. Unlike his father, who clawed and scratched his way to the top, Josto has only known plenty, and believes he’s entitled to the wealth and power that his father has amassed.
Schwartzman appears in Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch, which he co-wrote with Anderson and Roman Coppola. The film is their seventh collaboration. Schwartzman has also completed Gia Coppola’s film Mainstream, which stars Andrew Garfield and Maya Hawke.
Schwartzman voiced the role of “Jesper Johansson” in the Academy Award®-nominated animated film Klaus. He appeared in Amy Poehler’s directorial debut Wine Country, Zach Galifianakis’ Between Two Ferns: The Movie and the critically acclaimed comedy Medical Police. Schwartzman co-created Amazon’s Emmy® and Golden Globe®-winning Mozart in the Jungle with Roman Coppola, Alex Timbers and Paul Weitz. His additional credits include Isle of Dogs (co-story by), The Darjeeling Limited, Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Listen Up Philip, Golden Exits, The Polka King, Wet Hot American Summer spinoffs First Day of Camp and Ten Years Later, The Overnight, Big Eyes and Funny People.