Joe has performed as a Television Warm-Up Comedian on ABC’s “Match Game”, “The Rachel Ray Show” and “Who Wants to be a Millionaire”, ESPN’s “Room for Debate” and “Billiards International Championship”, and MSNBC’s “Crowd Rules”. He’s been seen at major Casinos like the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, the Borgata in Atlantic City, and Mohegan Sun in Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
Joe’s also opened up for many of the industries' top talents, including Chris Rock, Brad Garrett, Arsenio Hall, Jerry Seinfeld, Louie Anderson, and Gilbert Gottfried. For five years, he was the regular (and only) opener for comedy legend David Brenner.
Joe can be heard often as a Voice Over Artist on Sirius/XM satellite radio as well as narrating (and producing) over forty (40) audiobooks on Audible.com and iTunes.
Last but not least, Joe is the proud father of two terrific kids and the owner of his savage guard dog Norman. His girlfriend has declined to be mentioned in this Bio.
Name: Joe Bronzi
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter, Voice Actor and Voice Artist
Unique traits: Host Improv Boxer Harmonica Player Singer (Tenor)
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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
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