Joe Smith has been a professional working actor and writer for 25 years (not constantly - this includes sleeping and eating). He grew up in Worcester, MA where his parents founded and ran the Worcester Foothills Theatre Company. In Boston and now in Los Angeles, Joe has worked in theatre, film, TV, voice-over, commercials, storytelling/stand-up, live events, and in most other corners of show biz, plus one eulogy.
He created the public radio parody IPR : Irrational Public Radio. He is a member of the performers unions SAG/AFTRA and AEA. He has taught acting and been guest lecturer at Clark University and Orange County School of the Arts.
He plays blues harmonica, was on Wheel of Fortune, and once built a pretty decent shoe bench. He is married to a gorgeous and strange California girl named Amy. They grow fruit and have cats.