|Born||Joseph Santo Gulla
July 23, 1964
Bronx, New York
|Notable work(s)||Garbo, Bronx Queen Trilogy, The Bronx Queen, Faggy at 50, Daddy, Reel Wood, Knock Off!, Christmas Caroline, Gayfever, Fall and Rise, Sleeping With The Fish|
Joe Gulla (born July 23, 1964) is an American playwright, actor and reality television participant. He is best known for the autobiographical monologues that he writes and performs for the theater. HIs best known work, Bronx Queen Trilogy is based on his experience growing up as a gay boy in the Bronx.
The Bronx Queen, first in the series, won the 2016 Downtown Urban Arts Festival "Audience Award" for Gulla's sold-out performance at Joe's Pub at The Public Theater. "The Bronx Queen" was also awarded Best Comedic Script and Most Popular Show at NYC Theater Row's 2012 and 2013 United Solo Theatre Festival, respectively.
Daddy, the series' final installment will had its World Premiere at NYC Theater Row's 2015 United Solo Theatre Festival. Gulla won the 2015 United Solo Award for Best Comedian for his performance.
His play Garbo was based on an unrequited love affair experienced while living in Rome, Italy. Garbo was selected to be part of the New York City's Times Square International Theater Festival in 2012. He played the role of "Frankie" in Off-Broadway's long-running hit, My Big Gay Italian Wedding.
REEL WOOD, a short play written by Gulla, had its World Premiere at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in June 2015. It was also selected by NYC's Village Playwrights to be performed in their "Re-Inventing Family" series commemorating Gay Pride.
Gulla's play, Knock Off!, had its world premiere in Houston, TX at Theatre Southwest.
Christmas Caroline, Gulla's newest comedy will had its World Premiere at Studio C Theatre, Hollywood, CA in November 2015. His play, Gayfever had its World Premiere at the Funky Little Theatre Company in March 2016. "Sleeping With The Fish" by Joe Gulla opened the Village Playwrights' "Gay Pride and Prejudice" series in June 2016. 
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