February 13, 1946
Dayton, Ohio, United States
|Other names||Joseph Estevez
|Occupation||Actor, director, producer|
|Spouse(s)||Constance Estevez (2004 – present)|
Joseph "Joe" Estevez (born February 13, 1946) is an American actor, director, and producer.
As a child, he lived in the South Park neighborhood of Dayton. During a family trip in April 1959, he participated in the White House Easter Egg Roll and met President Dwight D. Eisenhower. He attended Chaminade High School, a Catholic High School located in Dayton. Upon his graduation, he enlisted and served in the United States Navy.
After serving in the U.S. Navy, Estevez began pursuing an acting career starting in the early 1970s. He initially used his mother's maiden name, Phelan, before using his surname, Estevez. Throughout his career, Estevez has appeared in numerous film and television roles in lead, supporting, and minor parts playing protagonists and antagonists, and he frequently appears in moderate and low-budget independent features and B-movies. In addition, he has worked as a voice-over artist and performs in stage productions. He has expressed in an interview that he wants to make movies that make a difference.
He plays a villain, Cyrus, in the 2012 film Doonby, which features former Dukes of Hazzard star John Schneider as a mysterious stranger who comes into a small town and falls in love with the spoiled daughter of Estevez's character, the local doctor. He also co-stars with David Faustino in the feature Not Another B Movie released by Troma Entertainment in 2011.
Joe Estevez has been married twice and is the father of three daughters. His second wife is actress Constance Anderson.
Estevez, unlike his older brother Martin Sheen, is politically conservative. The brothers' voices sound similar, and Estevez famously did the voice over for a National Shooting Sports Foundation pro-gunmaker commercial in 2000; at the time, his brother was famous for playing a fictional President of the United States on the television show The West Wing. Martin Sheen, who's been famous for his progressive politics, starred in a pro-gun control commercial that same year.
|1986||The Zero Boys||Killer||Credited as Joe Phelan|
|1987||Terminal Exposure||Eskenezy||Credited as Joe Phelan|
|1988||Human Error||Phil Martins|
|1989||The Platinum Triangle||Roland Geiger|
|1991||The Roller Blade Seven||Saint O'ffender|
|1992||Eddie Presley||Eddie's father|
|Return of the Roller Blade Seven||Saint O'ffender|
|The Legend of the Roller Blade Seven||Saint O'ffender|
|1993||Dark Universe||Rod Kendrick|
|1995||Little Lost Sea Serpent||Harry Rockwell||Direct-to-video release|
|1996||Toad Warrior||Mickey O'Malley||Alternative title: Hell Comes to Frogtown III|
|Werewolf||Joel||Alternative title: Arizona Werewolf
|1997||Quiet Days in Hollywood||The Pick-Up Guy||Alternative title: The Way We Are|
|Guns of El Chupacabra||Rocket Ranger Dan Danger||Direct-to-video release|
|1998||I Got the Hook Up||Lamar Hunt|
|No Code of Conduct||Pappy|
|1999||14 Ways to Wear Lipstick||Maximo|
|2001||Shattered Faith||Steve Townsend|
|2002||Max Hell Frog Warrior||Mickey O'Malley||Alternative title: Max Hell Frog Warrior
|2003||Spanish Fly||Harry Homeless|
|Hitman City||Lt. O'Leary|
|2004||Vampire Blvd.||Mr. Big Shot|
|I.R.A.: King of Nothing||Seamus|
|2006||Inner Rage||Sheriff McCarthy|
|2007||Sigma Die!||Officer Brubek|
|2008||Withered One||Marin Gray|
|2009||Untitled Horror Comedy||Chips Fisher|
|Dead in Love||Poker|
|La Femme Vampir||Joe|
|Iron Soldier||General Brooks|
|2011||Not Another B Movie||Sterns|
|Caesar and Otto's Deadly Christmas||Joe|
|2012||The Perfect Candidate||Joe Estevez|
|Turning Point||The Boss|
|1974||The Story of Pretty Boy Floyd||E.W. Floyd||Television movie
Credited as Joseph Estevez
|The California Kid||Don McCord||Television movie|
|1975||The Hatfields and the McCoys||Troy Hatfield||Television movie|
Credited as Joseph Sheen
|1987||CBS Schoolbreak Special||Coach||1 episode
Credited as Joseph Phelan
|1990||Murder in Law||Bill||Television movie|
|1992||Psychic Detectives||Professor Halifax||Television movie|
|1996||Lethal Orbit||NSC chairman||Television movie|
|2000||Stolen from the Heart||Phil||Television movie|
|2001||Black Scorpion||Butcherville||1 episode|
- New York Times
- Moye, David. "AOL News Exclusive: Charlie Sheen's Uncle Joe Speaks Out". AOL News. Retrieved March 8, 2011.
- Leah Garchik, I'm Not a President But I Play One, San Francisco Chronicle, October 10, 2000, accessed January 17, 2013.
- 2000 POLITICAL ADS Year In Review , National Journal, December 21, 2000, accessed January 17, 2013.[dead link]