Joe Warfield

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Joe Warfield
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Born Joseph Alton Warfield
(1937-11-06)November 6, 1937
Baltimore, Maryland

Joe Warfield (born November 6, 1937) is an American actor born in Baltimore, Maryland. Joe is a veteran of stage, film and television working as an actor, director and teacher. He is a former full-time Professor and Head of Acting Study in the NYU Grad Film Department teaching Directing Actors. Previously, he taught at Loyola University, New Orleans as well as the Maine International Film and Video Workshops in Rockport, Maine. Other teaching credits include New York University School for Film and Television, University of New Orleans, and American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Joe was an associate artist at Southern Repertory Theatre in New Orleans and traveled to Moscow with the company’s production of Tennessee Williams’ plays and to Paris to direct the world premiere of Solitaire at the American Center. He was the Artistic Director of Gorham’s Bluff Theatre in Gorham's Bluff, Alabama for six years. Joe is the recipient of the New Orleans Stage Journal Award for Best Director and his productions have won numerous Big Easy Awards. He was also awarded a Dramalogue award for his performance in The American Nightmare.

Selected Credits

Stage[edit]

Broadway[edit]

Off-Broadway[edit]

Movies[edit]


Television[edit]

Directing Credits[edit]

  • Hamlet - Southern Rep, New Orleans
  • Threepenny Opera - Loyola, New Orleans
  • The Miracle Worker - Southern Rep, New Orleans
  • To Kill a Mockingbird - Southern Rep, New Orleans
  • Arcadia - Loyola, New Orleans
  • A Delicate Balance - Rivertown Rep, Louisiana
  • Foxfire - Gorham's Bluff, Alabama
  • Solitaire - The American Center, Paris
  • Twenty-Seven Wagonloads of Cotton - Moscow

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