Joseph Will

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Not to be confused with ice hockey general manager Joe Will.
Joseph Will
Occupation Actor

Joseph Will is an American actor.

Will attended Point Park University graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater, and later pursued his Master's degree in Acting from the Florida State University Conservatory of Actor Training, in Sarasota, Florida.[1]

Will began his television career in a comic role on the Emmy award winning sitcom Frasier, opposite Kelsey Grammer and Patti Lupone. He has been featured in a number of prime time television shows, including NYPD Blue, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Will & Grace, Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip, Without A Trace, Shark, Life With Bonnie, and Eli Stone. His two most high-profile roles were on Star Trek: Enterprise where he played Crewman Michael Rostov and Star Trek Voyager, where he played the Bronze Age alien, Kelis the poet, in episode "Muse" opposite Roxann Dawson and Kellie Waymire. He also had a little-known guest starring role, in the same Star Trek series, as a security officer in the acclaimed two part episode "Workforce."

Will began his career in theater in New York city appearing in numerous Off-Broadway productions, most notably, Blue Man Group: Tubes.[1] He has also appeared in several feature and independent films such as the Kevin Costner thriller Dragonfly and a title role in, Cecile Cinco's short film Angel Face.

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