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About Joe

A computer programmer by training, Joe found his passion relatively late in life in the arts. He is specifically interested in singing, songwriting, and acting (especially voice). He has written two musicals (including all the music), and is always looking for opportunities to do different things with his music and acting.

Unique traits: A songwriter with a style that makes you feel like you're a long-lost friend, even if you've never met him.

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  • Looking for Stars

    Looking for Stars (2006)
    Television (Reality-TV) Actor Breaking into Hollywood has always been about as easy as breaking into Fort Knox. Until now. "Looking for Stars," a Starz original micro-series, gives one talented individual a real shot at the big screen. All they have to do is shine. 14 ten-minute episodes chronicle the nationwide search for a star. Thousands vied for the 300 audition slots held in New York City, Las Vegas, Orlando and Kansas City - only eight finalists get tickets to Hollywood. Former MTV VJ Alan Hunter is the host of the show and joined two regional industry pros to do the judging in each city. In the final, Hunter is joined by actor/director Melanie Mayron and Revolution Studios executive Brad Sexton. In the end, only one person will be cast in a speaking role in Revolution Studios' action-adventure film Next starring Nicolas Cage and Julianne Moore. * Appearance in film subject to final editing as determined by Revolution Studios. Written by Michelle Ellis

  • Standalone

    Standalone (2005)
    Film by Sean Hagan (Action, Crime and Drama) Actor 'The system is simple: Word, Rap, Fall.' Word Step 1: A Wrongman, once in the system, puts the 'word' out on the street, spreading false rumors about his (so-called) criminal activities, drawing the police's attention away from the real thing. He commits no crimes- all he does is look guilty. 'When you're a Wrongman, you're the Devil without Hell.' Rap Step 2: A Wrongman arranges his own arrest, but makes sure that the evidence is not enough to convict and imprison him. He beats the 'rap' and the police, baited and frustrated, continue their pursuit. Meanwhile, the real criminals operate with impunity. 'Cameras everywhere, people asking about my private life, big money for whoever gets dirt on me. I'm on TV, the front page too. Hell - I feel like a movie star.' Fall Step 3: A Wrongman is arrested, tried, convicted and imprisoned. He takes the 'Fall' for his client. His sentence: always the minimum. His reward: millions. 'You have to be there. You have to watch it happen. So when the ... Written by Sean Hagan

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