Joe Dietl

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Joe Dietl is an American actor, writer, director and producer.[1]

Openly gay, he lives in Los Angeles with Ben Zook, his creative partner in the comedy web series Where the Bears Are.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Actor[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
1991 Poison Man in the Alley Todd Haynes
1993 Calendar Girl Usher John Whitesell
1998 Melrose Place Mover Charles Correll TV Series (1 Episode : "Buona Sera, Mr.Campbell: Part 1")
The Thin Pink Line Royce Cannon Joe Dietl
Michael Irpino
1999 Can't Stop Dancing Butch Stephen David
Ben Zook
2002 The Drew Carey Show A Cop Bob Koherr TV Series (1 Episode : "Drew and the Life-Size Jim Thome Cut-Out")
2006 Rene Turns 40 Jim Joe Dietl
Michael Irpino
Short
2008 Monk Stage Manager Michael Zinberg TV Series (1 Episode : "Mr. Monk Gets Lotto Fever")
2010 Two and a Half Men Mailman Mike James Widdoes TV Series (1 Episode : "Fart Jokes, Pie and Celeste")
Big Time Rush A Director Savage Steve Holland TV Series (1 Episode : "Big Time School of Rocque")
United States of Tara DJ Adam Davidson TV Series (1 Episode : "The Truth Hurts")
iCarly Jeb Birch Steve Hoefer TV Series (1 Episode : "iDo")
2011 Better with You A Mailman Rob Schiller TV Series (1 Episode : "Better with Skinny Jeans")
The Suite Life on Deck Clyde Pickett Bob Koherr (2) TV Series (2 Episodes)
2012-2013 Where the Bears Are Wood Burns Joe Dietl TV Series (44 Episodes)
2013 Maron Leo Bobcat Goldthwait TV Series (1 Episode : "Projections")
The Neighbors Customer John Fortenberry TV Series (1 Episode : "The Neighbours")
2014 Crisis Chuck Greg Thompson Short

Director[edit]

All of this project involved the actor Michael Irpino at the direction, except for Sorry and Where the Bears Are.

Year Title With Notes
1998 The Thin Pink Line Jennifer Aniston, Margaret Cho, David Cross, Tate Donovan, Illeana Douglas, Christine Elise, Will Ferrell, Janeane Garofalo, Phil LaMarr, Anne Meara, Joel Murray, Mike Myers, Jason Priestley, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Andy Richter, David Schwimmer, Molly Shannon, Tuc Watkins, ...
2003 The Mezzos Joey Diaz Short
2006 Rene Turns 40 Suzy Nakamura, Oren Skoog, ... Short
2008 Sorry Vincent Ventresca, Kevin Chamberlin, ... Short
2012-2013 Where the Bears Are Rick Copp, Tuc Watkins, Brooke Dillman, Margaret Cho ... TV Series (50 Episodes)

Writer[edit]

Year Title Notes
1998 The Thin Pink Line
2008 Sorry Short
With Michael Irpino

Producer[edit]

Year Title Notes
2008 Sorry Short
2012-2013 Where the Bears Are TV Series (28 Episodes)
With Ben Zook and Rick Copp

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Who Let the Bears Out?". Frontiers, July 31, 2012.

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